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Biology leads us straight to my expe­rience ! During the aneu­rysm rup­ture that shook me, my men­tal stop­ped (read My Story for more infor­ma­tion). This had the effect of making me per­ceive conscious­ness direct­ly at heart levelquantum-heart, where I felt the pre­sence. Therefore my fear has been deac­ti­va­ted. My per­cep­tion of rea­li­ty has chan­ged. In fact, eve­ry­thing hap­pe­ned as if, in the absence of men­tal, I had felt all the power of my heart being revea­led. Whereas in « nor­mal » times, it is mas­ked by the false iden­ti­ty of the men­tal which believes itself to be the only mas­ter on board.

In the pre­sence, I could feel infor­ma­tion flo­wing into my heart. In fact, I’ve had a whole new awa­re­ness of how infor­ma­tion flows bet­ween heart and brain.

These organs are both single and dual, with two ven­tricles for the heart and two hemis­pheres for the brain. While there is a trou­bling simi­la­ri­ty in their struc­ture, they also have spe­cial connec­tions. A lot nar­ro­wer than we’d think. Two scien­ti­fic pers­pec­tives hel­ped me unders­tand their rela­tion­ship and how it mani­fes­ted itself in my experience.

The first is the one of Heartmath Institute. It empha­sizes that the heart has access to infor­ma­tion before any other organ in the body, inclu­ding the brain. The second is that of the phy­si­cist Nassim Haramein, which is in line with the work of this ins­ti­tute. His theo­ry gives the heart the first role, while also esta­bli­shing a spe­ci­fic link bet­ween meninges and conscious­ness.

               

What is intelligence of the heart ?

The heart has its own brain 

The Heartmath Institute is a cli­ni­cal and scien­ti­fic research cen­ter foun­ded in 1991 and based in the United States. Its foun­der, Doc Childre, is a pio­neer in the deve­lop­ment of tools to faci­li­tate stress reduc­tion and resi­lience. In 2005, he publi­shed a book with Howard Martin entit­led The Intuitive Intelligence of the Heart [1], in which their research is presented :

                  

« There is now scien­ti­fic evi­dence that the heart sends us emo­tio­nal and intui­tive signals to help us manage our lives. Instead of sim­ply pum­ping blood, it directs and ali­gns seve­ral body sys­tems so that they can work in har­mo­ny with each other. And, although the heart is in constant com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the brain, we now know that it makes many of its own deci­sions. » [2]

                  

The heart has at least for­ty thou­sand neu­rons and its own ner­vous sys­tem. In other words, it has his own « brain ». In fact, the heart is the only organ in the body that has the pro­per­ty of sen­ding more infor­ma­tion to the brain than it receives. Are you still won­de­ring if the brain drives the heart ? It seems to be the other way around ! Thus, depen­ding on the cir­cum­stances, the heart may decide to inhi­bit or acti­vate cer­tain parts of the brain. This could change our per­cep­tion of reality.

The heart can also reduce the acti­vi­ty of the sym­pa­the­tic ner­vous sys­tem by :

  • lowe­ring the heart rate,
  • decrea­sing the contrac­tion of the blood vessels,
  • decrea­sing the secre­tion of stress hormones.

Finally, it has the abi­li­ty to increase the acti­vi­ty of the para­sym­pa­the­tic ner­vous sys­tem and, conse­quent­ly, relax the body’s inter­nal sys­tems.

                   

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Follow the rhythm of the heart !

The heart is the organ that gene­rates the body’s most impor­tant elec­tro­ma­gne­tic field. The ins­ti­tu­te’s research direc­tor, Rollin McCraty, talks about prin­ted infor­ma­tion on this field, which affects the whole body. Thus, when the rhythm of the heart­beat is consistent – that is, regu­lar and order­ly – it drives and syn­chro­nizes the rhythms of the brain, ner­vous sys­tem, glands and organs. The scien­tist explains :

                      

« When we take the pulse, what we feel is the pres­sure wave crea­ted by the heart­beat. It’s not the blood flow, it’s the pres­sure wave. Every time the heart beats, this pres­sure wave tra­vels to the brain and through the body. In the brain, this pres­sure wave syn­chro­nizes all the neu­rons (…). Heart cohe­rence is the opti­mal phy­sio­lo­gi­cal state that pro­motes lear­ning and per­for­mance and faci­li­tates the body’s natu­ral rege­ne­ra­tive pro­cesses. » [3]

               

Rollin McCraty conduc­ted a series of stu­dies on the elec­tro­phy­sio­lo­gy of intui­tion. These are the elec­tri­cal and elec­tro­che­mi­cal phe­no­me­na that occur at the level of neu­rons when a per­son, not having conscious­ly access to infor­ma­tion, appeals to her intuition.

In this case, the aim was to com­pare a par­ti­ci­pant’s pre­dic­tion with the image he was asked to guess and which was not actual­ly pre­sen­ted to him until a few seconds later. This image could be at either end of the emo­tio­nal spec­trum. It was ran­dom­ly assi­gned by a com­pu­ter after the par­ti­ci­pant’s phy­sio­lo­gi­cal data was recor­ded by sen­sors. The acti­vi­ty of the waves of heart and brain, as well as the inter­ac­tions bet­ween these two organs, were thus stu­died in the individual.

                    

Intuitive information

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The results sho­wed that the body, and pri­ma­ri­ly the heart, pre­dic­ted the image. And not only did the heart pre­dict the image, but the mes­sage it sent to the brain varied accor­ding to the emo­tio­nal content of the image to come.

Rollin McCraty sum­med it up this way : « The [heart] responds in a way that [can] pre­dict a future event if that event is emo­tio­nal and mea­ning­ful to the per­son.… The flow of this intui­tive infor­ma­tion is heart — brain — body. And we need a res­ponse from the body to become aware of the infor­ma­tion. This fun­da­men­tal­ly changes our unders­tan­ding of how the human heart works. It’s as if the heart, and then the brain, have access to a field of infor­ma­tion that is not limi­ted by time and space… We’re real­ly star­ting to have ways now to show that we do have an ener­ge­tic sys­tem. » [4]

                    

Heart and consciousness

The role of meninges

Nassim Haramein’s work is also in line with these expe­ri­ments. According to him, the heart is even the organ that embo­dies the sin­gu­la­ri­ty of bio­lo­gy. And, as such, it is the first cen­ter to pro­cess the infor­ma­tion that reaches us :

                 

« The crys­tal of a radio is set to a cer­tain fre­quen­cy that allows you to lis­ten to a spe­ci­fic radio sta­tion. In the body, if the brain is the radio anten­na, the control but­ton is the heart. It defines the fre­quen­cy of infor­ma­tion recei­ved through the rhythm of your body’s fluid dyna­mics, which can be alte­red by your emo­tio­nal states. » [5]

                    

Thus, the more we are in peace with our emo­tions, the clea­rer and more subtle this infor­ma­tion will be. The anten­na of the brain, loca­ted at the level of the meninges, allows this organ to receive infor­ma­tion. Precisely, accor­ding to him, it is the water mole­cules consti­tu­ting the cere­bros­pi­nal fluid that play this role, due to their tetra­he­dral struc­ture – the tetra­he­dron being the fun­da­men­tal geo­me­tric « buil­ding brick » of the uni­verse (see the article The frac­tal and holo­gra­phic uni­verse).

             

Water is a vector of information

water-and-consciousnessThis is in line with the work of French scien­tist Marc Henry [6], water spe­cia­list, for whom « water is the pri­mor­dial sub­stance pre­si­ding over life (…). It repre­sents 70% of a cell’s mass. But if we count the objects, i.e. the num­ber of mole­cules present in a cell, then the cell is made of 99% water. » [7]

Water would then be the medium that would trans­mit infor­ma­tion from the quan­tum vacuum to our phy­sio­lo­gy. Thus, for him, the human being is an open sys­tem in constant rela­tion with infor­ma­tion coming from the vacuum. He explains that « thanks to water, our cells can read [quan­tum infor­ma­tion]. They are always chan­ging and we are never the same » [8]. Better, he believes that « we must not only put water at the heart of life, but also at the cen­ter of the debate on conscious­ness. If we are essen­tial­ly made of water, it neces­sa­ri­ly plays a role in the emer­gence of our psy­chic capa­ci­ties. » [9]

                 

Quantum information

I see it this way : the heart and the brain are two infor­ma­tion pro­ces­sing cen­ters. They allow us to be aware of our­selves and to expe­rience our rea­li­ty. Because eve­ry­thing com­mu­ni­cates through ener­gy cir­cuits and a feed­back loop, the heart receives infor­ma­tion from quan­tum vacuum. It trans­mits them to the brain, which in return trans­fers to it our spe­ci­fic inter­pre­ta­tion of the uni­verse. Then the heart feeds it back to the quan­tum vacuum in a conti­nuous feed­back loop.

But we would pro­ba­bly have a very dif­ferent conscious­ness and expe­rience if men­tal – that is, thoughts and emo­tions – were not so present. Because, to return to my expe­rience, it was when my thoughts and emo­tions stop­ped that I was able to access a lar­ger field of infor­ma­tion. I was able to access the pre­sence through the « gra­vi­ta­tio­nal sin­gu­la­ri­ty » of my heart. As Nassim Haramein explains :

                  

« If you go inward, dee­per and dee­per, then hope­ful­ly more radia­tion will occur because there is a direct feed­back rela­tion­ship bet­ween the inter­nal gra­vi­ta­tio­nal field and the exter­nal expan­sion of the elec­tro­ma­gne­tic field. » [10]

                   

Indeed, the expan­sion was imme­diate in my case : it mani­fes­ted itself in the right and pro­per sequence of events.

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There are seve­ral fields of infor­ma­tion in the uni­verse – all inter­con­nec­ted – that encode the memo­ry of all sys­tems. They make shapes, from atoms to galaxies, mole­cules, crys­tals, cells, orga­nisms, socie­ties, beha­viors, eco­sys­tems, pla­ne­ta­ry sys­tem, solar sys­tem, etc. They are the basis of our society.

               

Morphic resonance…

Biologist Rupert Sheldrake calls these dif­ferent fields of infor­ma­tion mor­phic fields, or mor­pho­ge­ne­tic fields. According to him, the ener­gy present in the uni­verse is struc­tu­red, lite­ral­ly sha­ped by these dif­ferent fields of infor­ma­tion. Up to the point of crea­ting phy­si­cal rea­li­ty, in a dyna­mic of feed­back. In other words, we influence these fields as much as they influence us. Rupert Sheldrake talks about mor­phic reso­nance. This implies a trans­mis­sion of for­ma­tive cau­sal influences through space and time.

In fact, the more fre­quent­ly a form is mate­ria­li­zed, the more memo­ry that accu­mu­lates in the infor­ma­tion field of that form is enhan­ced. Thus, eve­ry­thing that is emit­ted within the infor­ma­tion field of a sys­tem conso­li­dates its memo­ry. This influences eve­ry­thing that reso­nates with this sys­tem, with a direct pro­por­tio­nal effect to the num­ber of times the emis­sion has been made. Thus each sys­tem acquires a col­lec­tive memo­ry through the pro­cess of mor­phic reso­nance. And the new sys­tems will deve­lop under the influence of the pre­vious simi­lar sys­tems thanks to this resonance.

              

…and quantum vacuum

« (…) How mor­phic reso­nance works ? (…) Several sug­ges­tions are pos­sible. One is that the trans­fer of infor­ma­tion takes place under the action of an « impli­cit order », as pro­po­sed by the phy­si­cist David Bohm (…). Another pos­si­bi­li­ty : reso­nance passes through the quan­tum vacuum field, media­tor of all quan­tum and elec­tro­ma­gne­tic pro­cesses. » [11]

                  

I sug­gest you to explore these two pos­si­bi­li­ties by rea­ding the fol­lo­wing articles :

               

                    


Key points

  • The heart has access to infor­ma­tion before any other organ in the body, inclu­ding the brain.

  • The heart is in constant com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the quan­tum vacuum, from which it receives infor­ma­tion and trans­mits it back.

  • We influence the field of infor­ma­tion as much as it influences us, by resonance.

                  

                 

                 



Notes and references

[1] DOC CHILDE et MARTIN Howard, L’intelligence intui­tive du cœur, la solu­tion Hearthmath, Québec : Editions Ariane, 2005, free trans­la­tion
[2] Ibid, p.5, free trans­la­tion
[3] McCRATY Rollin. (April 19, 2012), Le cer­veau du cœur [vidéo]
[4] Ibid.
[5] HARAMEIN Nassim, quo­ted by Resonance Science Foundation
[6] Marc Henry is an engi­neer, asso­ciate resear­cher at the CNRS, direc­tor of the solid state mole­cu­lar che­mis­try labo­ra­to­ry and pro­fes­sor of inor­ga­nic che­mis­try at the University of Strasbourg (France).
[7] HENRY Marc. (january-february 2011), Interview with Marc Henry, In : Nexus n°72, pp.57–58, free trans­la­tion
[8] Ibid., free trans­la­tion
[9] HENRY Marc. (novem­ber 10, 2014), quo­ted by Myriam Gablier, L’eau, pas­seuse de conscience, In : INREES — Inexploré, free trans­la­tion
[10] HARAMEIN Nassim, Nassim Haramein at Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library (1) [Vidéo]
[11] SHELDRAKE Rupert, Réenchanter la science, Paris : Editions Albin Michel, 2013, free translation

              




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