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May 15, 2017 | Rollin McCraty

Heart Rhythm Coherence

Practical Techniques and Technologies for Improved Self-regulation, Health and Cognitive Functioning.

Regent’s University, London

During this workshop Dr. McCraty will provide an overview of innovative research findings with important implications for our clients. You will learn practical self-regulation techniques designed to reduce stress, fatigue and overwhelm. The workshop will also include an in-depth discussion of the types of intuition and how heart coherence increases access to non-local intuitive processes. In addition, we will explore how the heart’s magnetic field carries emotional information that can be detected by the nervous systems of animals and other people, and new data will show that we are more synchronized to the Earth’s magnetic field than previously understood.

Topics included

  • Learning practical skills for increasing self-regulatory capacity and building resilience in challenging times
  • Heart rate variability technology for assessing patients’ health risks, and supporting skills for self-regulation
  • An understanding of the physiology of optimal cognitive and physical functioning, including surprising findings from recent research.
  • Benefits of coherence training on health outcomes
  • The hidden impact of relational energetics
  • Human-earth synchronization.

Workshop tutor

Dr. Rollin McCraty, Ph.D. is director of research at the HeartMath Institute, and a professor at Florida Atlantic University. He is a psycho-physiologist whose interests include the physiology of emotion. One of his primary areas of focus is the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behaviour, health and the global interconnectivity between people and Earth’s energetic systems. He has been with the HeartMath Institute since its founding in 1991 by Doc Childre. He has worked closely with Childre to develop HMI’s research goals and has been instrumental in researching and developing the HeartMath System of tools and technology. McCraty has worked in joint partnership with research groups at Stanford University, Claremont Graduate University, Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Prince Sultan Cardiac Center in Saudi Arabia and the University of Lithuania among many others. He has been interviewed for many published articles and has been interviewed for numerous television programmes. He has been featured in many documentary films, including ‘I Am’, ‘The Truth’, ‘The Joy of Sox’, ‘The Power of the Heart’, ‘Solar Revolution’ and ‘The Living Matrix’. McCraty’s critical research on heart rate variability and heart-rhythm coherence has gained international attention in the scientific community and is helping to change long-held perceptions about the heart’s role in health, behaviour, performance and quality of life.

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