How the Heart Works As A Second Brain!


By SearchingTheMeaningOfLife With thanks



The word ” heart ” in English is an anagram of the word “earth”. So it came up with the phrase ” your home is where your heart is. “

Jacqueline & Pao Chang

The human heart is the organ that produces the strongest electromagnetic field than any other organ in the human body. The electromagnetic field of your heart has a radius that extends several meters away from the body. In addition, the energy field changes according to your feelings. Something you also need to know is that every organ and cell in your body can create an energy field around it.

Because the heart produces the strongest electromagnetic field, the information stored in it affects every organ and cell in your body. This may be because the heart is the first organ that begins to work on an embryo. In addition to creating the strongest electromagnetic field in the body, the heart has its own intelligence, for which some neurocardiologists refer to it as a cardiovascular or as the Fifth Brain.

According to neurocardiologists, the heart does not consist only of muscle cells, but also of neurons. Researchers from the HeartMath Institute have conducted experiments to prove that the role of the heart is not limited to pumping blood. There is a belief that it also has intelligence, which seems to play an important role in the way we perceive reality.

Here is an excerpt from the Staradigm book that talks about the deepest functions of the heart:

“The heart is one of the most important organs of the human body because it is one of the main intermediaries connecting us and the universe. Conventional science has taught us that the main role of the heart is to pump the blood and promote it to all body tissues. This definition of the heart is not very accurate. In addition to pumping blood, the heart has its own intelligence.

According to neurocardiologists, 60 to 65% of cardiac cells are neuronal cells, not muscle cells. This discovery has prompted them to conduct experiments that have shown that the heart works similar to the brain and in some areas is superior to it. This may be the reason why the heart is the first organ that starts working after capture. Approximately 20 days after conception, the heart begins to function, but the brain only works after about 90 days. This information tells us that the brain is of secondary importance to the heart. “

The Heart, the Brain, and the Emotions

The brain and the heart sometimes work against each other. We are constantly trying to determine whether we will put more emphasis on our thoughts or feelings. People of logic would say that mind is the key to avoiding all our problems since the mind thinks with interest and calculates the chances that will keep us safe or have less risk.

The heart, on the other hand, pushes us to choose according to what we feel is best for our inner level associated with our intuition. Working with just one of these two, just the mind or just the heart, can sometimes lead you to trouble. The mind may be afraid to seek happiness outside its comfort zone, and the heart sometimes urges decisions that are unknown and dangerous. By using both in balance you can clarify many things.

” Follow Your Heart ” is a common phrase that is constantly being heard, but it is not easy to apply. Following your heart means letting your deep feelings lead you, without there being any reasonable or obvious reasoning in the decisions you make. Our heart guides us with a sense of intuition, but we must be able, receptive, and trustworthy in it to realize its will and then act accordingly with full faith in the result. Our feelings are what help us to understand the world beyond reason and as such are the keys to understanding the spiritual aspects of ourselves.

The Intelligence of the Heart

Some researchers and neurocardiologists support the theory that the heart may function as a second brain, revealing that there may be a different form of intelligence. There are many physiology studies in progress that examine the interface of the heart and brain, and the sensations and feelings we attribute to the heart. Love and certain emotional states felt at the heart level, produce different physiological responses.

Heartbeats have been found to be affected by inner condition and emotions, as with heart rhythm disorder when experiencing anxiety or negative emotions. On the contrary, when we feel positive, the heart rhythms are more stable.

The nervous system of the heart contains about 40,000 neurons or sensory neurites. One of their roles is to monitor the heart’s hormones, neurochemicals, heart rate, and pressure information. Information on the behaviour of these chemicals is sent to the brain. The heart and the brain constantly communicate through the gastrointestinal nervous system and the body’s electromagnetic field. Through this dynamic communication process, it is that the consciousness of the heart can change the way the brain processes the information. This process can also affect how energy flows into the body.

These findings show that the heart works with the brain and the body, including the tonsil, to process emotions and incorporate emotional memories. Amygdala is the part of the brain that helps us make decisions about the information we receive and processes them based on our past experiences. This shows a connection between emotions and the physiology of the brain and body.

Other mental moods and anxiety also affect our body and our general health. Recent scientific research has found that anger, anxiety and other negative feelings can significantly increase the risk of heart disease. Therefore, stressful situations and high levels of anxiety adversely affect the heart as an organ.

The connection of the brain and the heart, as a self-contained emotional centre, is an issue that many researchers have paid attention to. It has been shown that the emotions we experience mentally, are also manifested in the body and can affect the heart rate and pulses. The best way to maintain a healthy heart is not only to make a healthy diet, but also to incorporate into our program meditation techniques for balancing the energy of the heart and the brain.

Why Does the Heart Hold Keys to World Peace?

Our heart helps us to understand our world through emotions. This allows us to understand reality as a totality of the universe, giving it universal features. The heart as a biological electromagnetic field generator allows us to understand one another at an emotional level but also beyond that, giving us a sense of connection with all the things that surround us. This emotional connection is what brings each of us together.

When we learn to think with the heart, it will be easier for us to understand others and live in harmony with them. For these reasons, the heart holds the key that unites mankind to achieve world peace.

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3 thoughts on “How the Heart Works As A Second Brain!

  1. Genesis our Evolution

    An interesting article on the heart. I have to say I had not thought of the heart in that way, but realise it makes a lot of sense. It was a pleasurable and enjoyable read… Thank You.

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