Did you know that the human heart is the organ that generates the strongest electromagnetic field of any organ of the human body? In fact, the electromagnetic field of your heart can be measured up to a few feet away from your body. Furthermore, this energy field changes in relation to your emotions. One thing you should know about electromagnetic field is that every organ and cell in your body generate an energy field.
Category: Meditation & Mind-Body Connection
(TheMindUnleashed.org) Researchers may have just made a breakthrough discovery about how our brains send information. This discovery could both help us better understand how memory works and how information is spread without the use of a direct connection or synapses. Researchers found that information can be transferred in electrical waves throughout the neural tissue without following the traditional synaptic pathways. Since our body is full of neurological tissue this discovery could indicate how the electrical fields from reiki, energy healing, chi gong, chakra energy, emotions, and other energy waves travel across the body.
(WakingTimes.com) The term “telepathy” was coined in 1882 by Frederick W.H. Myers, a founding member of the London Society for Psychical Research (SPR). The word means “feeling at a distance,” though this may be slightly misleading in that this is not usually how the term is deployed. Telepathy is essentially mind-to-mind contact, or the exchange of information between two different consciousnesses separated by an arbitrarily large distance (it doesn’t matter how large). Though many of the more narrow-visioned would claim any discussion involving telepathy is “unscientific” by default, we can see that many years ago there were eminent scientists who not only recognized its existence but sought to understand the phenomenon.
(AscensionLifestyle.org) The pineal gland is one of the most mysterious glands of the human body. It is a pea-sized gland in the precise geometric center of the brain and comes from the root word “pinea” which is Latin for “pinecone”. It is responsible for the synthesis and secretion of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin maintains the body’s circadian rhythm (sleep-wake cycle), regulates the onset of puberty in females, helps protect the body from cell damage caused by free radicals and much, much more.
The Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng county, China, is a modern day legend. Dating back nearly 1500 years, the school has a history so rich that its name has become common in cultural lexicons the world over. Its members — the monks that practice there — have thusly come to find their likenesses embedded in the various legends, historical accounts, films, and even graphic novels and video games people enjoy everywhere. Yet it is far from outdated. The school still accepts thousands of new students each year, and has evolved into a contemporary, world-renown academy for martial arts.
We have read and heard a number of times that we do not utilize the full capacity of our brain, only a fragment of the forces of our Mind are used in our daily life. The full utilization of the potentials of our Mind would, however, add to our personality an immense creative force. The question therefore arises, how we are able to access the creative forces of our Mind?
More than 350 peer-reviewed research studies on the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique have been published in over 160 scientific journals. It increases cardiovascular quality, lowers blood pressure, decreases anxiety and among quantum physicists is considered the fourth state of consciousness in which the entire brain is engaged.
Many of us seem to think that being spiritual means we have to be religious. Just because you aren’t directly affiliated with a specific religion doesn’t mean you shouldn’t strive to be more spiritual. The whole concept of spiritual awareness isn’t all about connecting with a higher divine power, but also connecting with nature and yourself. Once you have established this connection, you will see life from a whole different perspective. People with a highly developed sense of spiritual awareness are often less prone to depression, addiction, manipulation, and control. In addition, they generally understand what it means to be truly happy.
Many of the information about left brain versus right brain in the public domain does a poor job of painting the overall picture of the roles of the left and right brain. Understanding how these two hemispheres of the human brain work is essential for peace and prosperity. Once you learn the differences and similarities between these two hemispheres, you should know that when these two parts of the brain are heavily imbalanced, they could cause dangerous side effects, such as psychopathic or sociopathic behaviors.
As a drawing artist myself, I’m well aware of how drawing artists see the world differently than most people. Many drawing artists are great at paying attention to details and they often like to study organic and inorganic objects, so that they can draw better. Artists also have a great imagination, which is one of the most important tools for being a great artist. Most of us know that artists think differently but is there scientific evidence to prove this claim. According to an article published at Independent.co.uk, the brains of drawing artists are “structurally different,” which may explain why drawing artists are great at what they do.