Science of Healing Summit
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Human Interconnectedness: The Love Factor
In this session Rollin McCraty, PhD, will discuss heart-brain interactions and heart coherence, and the interconnectivity between people and the earth itself. He'll also review the electrophysiology of intuition, plus data showing that the frequencies and resonances in the earth’s energetic systems overlap with heart and brain rhythms that impact human health and behaviors. Rollin will present a brief overview of the Global Coherence Initiative, and explain sensors being utilized to study the earth's energetic systems.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- Ways to intentionally create intentional energy fields that raise your consciousness and help change the planetary vibration
- How practicing coherence helps to identify and release the blocks to your higher potential
- How we influence each other through the energetic fields we radiate
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Rollin McCraty, PhD
Rollin McCraty, PhD, is director of research at the HeartMath Institute. As a psychophysiologist, Rollin's research interests include the physiology of emotion — with a focus on the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behavior, and health — and the global interconnectivity between people and the earth’s energetic systems. Findings from this research have been applied to developing tools and technology to optimize individual and organizational health, performance, and quality of life.
Rollin has acted as principal investigator in numerous research studies examining the effects of emotions on heart-brain interactions plus autonomic, cardiovascular, hormonal, and immune system function. He has also served as principal investigator in many field studies to determine the outcomes of positive emotion-focused interventions and heart-rhythm feedback in diverse organizational and educational settings, as well as in various clinical populations.