“Your thoughts and feelings matter“
I don’t know how you feel at this moment in time but I feel genuinely blessed to have beautiful beings in this personal experience I call life. There have been many and they have been diverse. Of course it hasn’t always been this way and I haven’t always been this appreciative, but hey some things take time. In my mind, life is about experience and collecting knowledge or information. Information is power. Joyous or heartbreaking as it can be.
On a positive note have you ever wondered how the beings you love ended up being loved by you or even how you ended up here on a planet hurtling through space being loved by them, the universe is such an enormous place and the mysteries are both great and wondrous, I sometimes marvel at how we all got here. The universe ‘looks’ like a wonderful place if pictures from the Hubble telescope are anything to go by – but what about the wonders of the world sharing moments in your life experience – the beings that you call friends, family… loved ones, do you see these as miraculous as the cosmos it-self.
For me… and this is taking nothing away from the staggering brilliance of the universe – every human being and the ‘essence’ that drives it IS one of the wonders of the cosmos. If you’ve ever taken time to explore the mind-blowing complexity of a single body cell you will appreciate the remarkable micro-cosmos that exists within a body that most people take for granted. Have you ever asked yourself where this journey begins – have you ever poked around and looked into that rabbit hole.
The physical aspect of the human story begins to unfold when 23 chromosomes from the Father unites with 23 chromosomes from the Mother. Within days of conception these 46 chromosomes have provided enough information for proteins to code for an embryo, less than three weeks later, around day 18, the primitive heart begins to form. At this stage the heart looks nothing like a heart consisting of just two basic tubes, incredibly four days later, around day 22, the heart is animated by ‘electricity’ and begins pulsing.
When I look at the picture above I have to wonder if the left & right endocardial tubes become tissue structures because (sub) atomic particles are attracted around two (thread-like) electric currents already in existence, if that sounds crazy look at energy conservation. From a deeply metaphysical point of view I also have to wonder if this moment when the primal heart begins pulsing is the actual moment that a proto-type consciousness manifests and the embryo essentially becomes a ‘living’ being that has the potential to evolve into something quite extraordinary and intelligent.
I don’t know about you but I find it intriguing that the heart and not the brain is the first organ to develop – now some of the old-schooled thinkers out there will probably say that’s because the heart needs to pump blood for other organs but research conducted by Frank Chester and the Institute of Heart Math (Neuro-cardiology) suggests the heart is much more than just a pump. In fact the human heart embodies enough physical attributes to be considered a mini-brain that communicates in four major ways (when I first read this I nearly sprayed my laptop screen with coffee):
1. Neurological communication (nervous system)
2. Biophysical communications (pulse wave)
3. Biochemical communication (hormones)
4. Energetic communication (interaction of electromagnetic fields)
After extensive research, one of the early pioneers in neurocardiology, Dr. J. Andrew Armour, introduced the concept of a functional “heart brain” in 1991. His work revealed that the heart has a complex intrinsic nervous system that is sufficiently sophisticated to qualify as a “little brain” in its own right. The heart’s brain is an intricate network of several types of neurons, neurotransmitters, proteins and support cells like those found in the brain proper. Its elaborate circuitry enables it to act independently of the cranial brain – to learn, remember, and even feel and sense. The recent book Neurocardiology, edited by Dr. Armour and Dr. Jeffrey Ardell, provides a comprehensive overview of the function of the heart’s intrinsic nervous system and the role of central and peripheral autonomic neurons in the regulation of cardiac function.
Of the numbered points listed above I find number four the most fascinating but then who wouldn’t. I never learned anything like this when I studied anatomy and physiology. What on earth is electromagnetic communication and how do electric fields interact to exchange information. It certainly appears that although a developing embryo may not have the intelligence or knowledge to comprehend much (that can be remembered) every single cell in the embryo is enclosed by the electric field generated by the mother’s heart. Not only does this field contain (or is the carrier of) information, it actually oscillates (changes shape) or frequencies with different emotions, so without even knowing it a developing embryo is an integral part of its mother’s emotional experiences… good and bad.
Something else to think about is the phenomenon of water memory. When you consider a human body is heavily water-based one has to wonder how much of an influence words, thoughts and feelings have on cellular development and/or molecular structure(s). If words (which are sound) projected in anger or with emotional intent can distort or shape water at a molecular level then what kind of long lasting affect will be had on the arrangement of (sub)atomic structures of a developing embryo or even on the ‘moods’ of other people in our electromagnetic vicinity.
When Noble laureate HIV researcher Luc Montagnier discovered that certain bacterial and viral DNA sequences dissolved in water causes electromagnetic signals to be emitted at high dilutions, that was bad enough (see [1, 2] ‘Homeopathic’ Signals from DNA and Electromagnetic Signals from HIV, SiS 48). Now, new results from his lab appear to show that the DNA sequence itself could be reconstituted from the electromagnetic signal. That has so stunned the scientific community that one prominent supporter was nonetheless moved to remark: “Luc is either a genius or he is mad!” But some quantum physicists are taking that very seriously, and are linking Montagnier’s findings to decades of research demonstrating the sensitivity of organisms to extremely weak electromagnetic fields.
I’m pretty sure Dr. Pjotr GARAJAJEV has demonstrated something similar in relation to DNA effects. I think it’s reasonable to assume that sound waves either carry information or they ARE information, either way, sound has the ability of organizing matter, something that is empirically observed with the phenomenon of Cymatics. Different frequencies organize matter into different patterns. Words, thoughts and emotions define human experience and they contain all kinds of information depending on what is being thought, the level of intent, and what is being felt. To make matters even more bizarre, this information or knowledge is ‘intangible’ at a fundamental level, that is to say, you can’t touch it – you only know it exists by virtue of the fact that you are aware of it and comprehend it.
The final two studies in this section are concerned with energetic communication by the heart, which we also refer to as cardio-electromagnetic communication. The heart is the most powerful generator of electromagnetic energy in the human body, producing the largest rhythmic electromagnetic field of any of the body’s organs. The heart’s electrical field is about 60 times greater in amplitude than the electrical activity generated by the brain. This field, measured in the form of an electrocardiogram (ECG), can be detected anywhere on the surface of the body. Furthermore, the magnetic field produced by the heart is more than 5,000 times greater in strength than the field generated by the brain, and can be detected a number of feet away from the body, in all directions, using SQUID-based magnetometers. Prompted by our findings that the cardiac field is modulated by different emotional states (described in the previous section), we performed several studies to investigate the possibility that the electromagnetic field generated by the heart may transmit information that can be received by others.
What surprised me at first about the above was the obvious power the heart has over the brain, when you think about it we generally assume the ‘meaning’ of life can be found by looking ‘into’ the brain… the alleged control center, the so-called seat of consciousness. It certainly seems that ‘feeling’ (which is done in the heart) is in the conscious driving seat. However, feeling isn’t just chemical based, feeling is also electromagnetic in nature. When you think about the visible universe everything in it has ‘tangible’ dimension. This is an inescapable fact. The ‘length’ of something reveals how long it is. This is information. The ‘width’ of something determines how wide something is. This too is information. Likewise the ‘depth’ of some-thing establishes the height of an object – all of these measurable qualities define three-dimensional (spatial) information.
But what dimension(s) do (non audible) words that are muttered in the mind have… and what measurable qualities do energetic thoughts and emotions hold as information, do thoughts and feelings have assumed dimension in that they might be imprinted on/in or around indivisible (sub) atomic particles. This is an assumption because to the best of knowledge an electron for example has never been seen.
Thus, the last two studies summarized in this section explore interactions that take place between one person’s heart and anothers brain when two people touch or are in proximity. This research elucidates the intriguing finding that the electromagnetic signals generated by the heart have the capacity to affect others around us. Our data indicate that one person’s heart signal can affect anothers brainwaves, and that heart-brain synchronization can occur between two people when they interact. Finally, it appears that as individuals increase psychophysiological coherence, they become more sensitive to the subtle electromagnetic signals communicated by those around them. Taken together, these results suggest that cardioelectromagnetic communication may be a little-known source of information exchange between people, and that this exchange is influenced by our emotions.
Is the above research informing us about ‘stuff’ we already experience in everyday life. Think about it. Have you ever walked into a room and sensed something is wrong, you don’t know what it is, you just got the feeling the people who were smiling at you were talking about you moments before. Or maybe you were thinking about someone and the next thing they are ringing you on the telephone. Energetic information appears to be transferred.
So what is the upshot of this? Well… the next time your feeling really angry about someone it might be worthwhile remembering that your thoughts and feelings are (energetic) information and this information is transmitted into the environment. This information that can have a profound affect on others especially when they are within range of your electromagnetic heart field and you are projecting information with intent. Be loving. Not hateful. It resonates.