For many years I have on and off followed the work and research of the HeartMath Institute. Their mission is “to help people bring their physical, mental and emotional systems into balanced alignment with their heart’s intuitive guidance. This unfolds the path for becoming heart-empowered individuals who choose the way of love, which they demonstrate through compassionate care for the well-being of themselves, others and Planet Earth.“
This month’s episode is particularly impactful and important given all that is happening in this world of ours:
This fiftieth episode is an excellent way to sustain your own personal heart-practices. We also hope it will be a supportive tool for you to offer to your clients, patients and colleagues.
For many years Roger Nelson, Ph.D., has studied the global effect of collective meditations, Earth Day, Peace Day, etc., where people are focused on heart-based emotions such as compassion, care, and gratitude. He also studied the effect of holidays such as New Years which bring people together in a celebratory emotional state, as well as events where a significant number of people are experiencing fear, anger and anxiety, such as acts of war and large natural disasters.
In this episode, Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., our Add Heart® Podcast host, and her guest, Roger Nelson, Ph.D., will discuss how humanity’s collective emotional response impacts how the Random Number Generator (RNG) data collection network responds.
Events that embody or evoke compassion and love show statistically significant larger effects than other emotions. The more compassion evoked by the event, the larger the RNG network effect. Roger will share how these findings indicate that compassion is a powerful connecting emotion, a bridge that’s connecting people globally, that we are all connected and the connecting fiber is compassion.
Increasing our compassionate care for each other at this time can contribute to a global energetic field to help lift the consciousness of humanity. The episode closes with a heart-focused meditation to energize our individual intention to practice more compassionate care and build a collective reservoir of compassionate care we can each draw from as needed when challenges arise.
If you want to know more about this topic here are links to some of my earlier posts on the subject-
https://soulgifts.com.au/2020/01/26/sunday-serenity-heart-coherence/ – a guided meditation