LECTURE BYRollin McCraty , Ph. D.Heart Math InstituteTuesday, March 5, 2013, 7-9 P.M.Broad Performance SpacePitzer College
The Electrophysiology of Intuition and the Energetic Interconnectivity Between Humanity, the Sun and Earth’s Magnetic Fields
In many cultures the heart is associated with intuitive insight. This presentation includes data suggesting that intuition is related to the human heart. Rigorous scientific studies have shown that the body often responds to an unknown future event up to twenty seconds prior to experiencing the actual event. In a study of the electrophysiology of intuition, surprisingly, both the heart and brain appear to receive and respond to intuitive information. Even more surprising was the finding that the heart receives intuitive information before the brain does. Part two of the presentation will discuss the Global Coherence Initiative (GCI), which is examining the interactions between humanity and the earth’s energetic fields. An important aspect of the GCI is the Global Coherence Monitoring System which is designed to measure the resonances in the magnetic fields generated by the earth and ionosphere. A substantial body of scientific research suggests that earth’s geomagnetic activity affects our physiology, psychology and behaviors. Examples of research conducted in our laboratory confirming the hypothesis that when an individual is in heart coherence, the heart radiates a more coherent electromagnetic signal into the environment, which can be detected by nearby animals or the nervous systems of other people will be shown. In addition, the presentation will discuss new data showing strong correlations between rhythms in solar, geomagnetic, and ionospheric fields and human nervous system activity. GCI also suggests that when large number of humans reacts to a global event with a common emotional response, it can affect activity in the earth’s energetic fields. Evidence of such global effects has been provided by satellite measurements of the earth’s magnetic fields and by a worldwide network of random number generators.
Sponsored by the Program in Cross-Cultural Health and Healing, Strategic Initiative Funds, Pitzer’s Campus Life CommitteeFor information contact: Prof. Sharon Snowiss, 607-3178Free and open to the public