7495Re: [sl] Unusual memories after heart transplant
- Jan 12, 2008Hi, Trad
I read recently, too, that the heart produces an electro-magnetic field
around the torso that is much larger than anything coming from the
brain. I was kinda shocked by the info and wondered whether it had
anything to do with whether two people attract or repulse eachother.
Sometimes you just click with someone and sometimes you just don't.
Maybe there is something here related to whether the electric fields
blend or conflict?
> One of my teachers told us the following story:
> After her recovery, a woman who had a heart transplant suddenly
> developed a strong interest in motorcycles and chicken Mcnuggets.
> After checking into the story of the donor, it had been a young man on
> a motorcycle who had just bought chicken Mcnuggets at a McD, put them
> in his pocket over his heart and was hit as he pulled out into traffic.
> The point the teacher was trying to tell us was that we are
> unaware of the connections we all have on many levels and that putting
> a part of another's body into our own changes us and perhaps changes
> our paths. This was also at a time when some were advocating using pig
> hearts for humans.
> In a perhaps related topic, I read recently that the
> Electromagnetic Field of the heart is 60 times larger than the
> Electromagnetic Field of the brain.
> may the balance be restored,
> Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape.
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