Heart Rhythm Coherence Training


Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System
Heart Rate Variability and Heart Coherence Breathing

The interaction of signals between the heart and the brain regulates heart rate and blood pressure, and causes the heart rate to vary with each beat. Heart rate variability (HRV) is a measure of these beat-to-beat changes in heart rate. HRV is used to measure the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Positive emotional states can help these systems become entrained and work together at maximum efficiency.


When the heart and brain oscillate at the same frequency, this entrainment leads to more efficient bodily function, clarity, better intuition, and inner peace.


Positive feelings such as appreciation and love create increased order in the autonomic nervous system leading to greater immunity, hormonal balance, and more efficient body and brain function. This slows the aging process and improves vitality.


Negative perceptions or cognitions increase cortisol production leading to body stress, and an incoherent heart rhythm.


Positive emotional states cause heart rhythms to become more ordered or coherent and the electromagnetic field produced by the heart also becomes more coherent. This energy is radiated to every cell in the body, and even to other people standing close by.
Dr. Weinstein will teach you specific techniques to greatly improve heart rhythm coherence and achieve the positive benefits as described above.


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