Live calls are on the 3rd Tuesday each month at 11am Pacific Time, and recorded for later listening.
As the CEO of HeartMath Inc. Deborah is passionate about accessing the heart’s intelligence at work and in all aspects of life. She is deeply inspired by the power of the collective heart, and that together we can create an energetic lift — supporting each other to become our better self.
As a behavioral psychologist, Deborah also enjoys educating people on how heart intelligence can transform anxiety, stress and overwhelm, and empower us to see “the bigger picture”.
Deborah co-authored several HeartMath books with Doc Childre, including Heart Intelligence: Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart. She speaks throughout the world about a heart awakening happening on the planet, and tools to navigate through these challenging times with more ease and flow.
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Gratitude — Welcome to the Brain’s Feel-Good Reward Center
Add Heart Call host Deborah Rozman HeartMath CEO and guest Gregg Braden discuss gratitude and how it can catapult us into higher brain states.
It’s Thanksgiving week in the United States and a time that people focus more on gratitude and appreciation for the good things in their lives.
Few people know that gratitude and appreciation are powerful heart energetics that actually give us access to higher brain states.
Gratitude releases a powerful, self-rewarding feel-good neurotransmitter in the brain. Gregg and Deborah will talk about recent evidence from brain-imaging studies that shows the brain’s “reward center” lighting up when we’re feeling grateful.
This discussion will deepen our understanding and heart-power our intentions to feel gratitude and appreciation for family and friends this holiday season.
All of us need care to thrive – whether we’re receiving or giving care – it is vital to our existence. The ability to express love through our care is one of the highest attributes we have. And like most anything, care has a balance point.
Whether it’s personal, family, social issues within our community, or global issues that affect us all, when our care turns into overcare or insecurity, our energy quickly drains. This hinders our ability to be effective, even when our intentions are to care.
Overcare often disguises itself as worry, fear, anxiety and more. Yet behind it is our real care. We can learn simple strategies with heart-powered intention to transform insecurity into self-security and overcare into balanced care. These strategies can also help us learn to consciously reduce the significance that we feed into worry and fear.
This is part of our emotional maturing process – learning the energy economy of creating self-security and balanced care.
In our October Add Heart Call, our host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath CEO, and her guest Owen Ward, HeartMath Chief Strategy Officer, will talk about creating self-security and transforming insecurity. They’ll share how balanced care has helped them become more attuned to intuitive intelligence to guide their choices in each situation.
We’ll close with a heart-meditation to align our heart and mind and connect with our balanced care as a replacement attitude for insecurity, worry and other forms of overcare.
Stillness is an energetic quality that we can find – even in the midst of a busy day. It is a regenerative gift that only takes a sincere moment or two to access yet can change the course of our day.
When we connect with inner stillness, we create a space to declutter our mind and hear our heart’s intuitive guidance.
Stillness is an ancient practice, but so easy to dismiss in modern times. You’ve likely read about it in countless books and blogs as an important aspect of prayer or meditation. Recent scientific studies have validated the benefits of this ancient practice. Stillness allows us to truly know our self beyond our mind, thoughts and ego, it is also very beneficial to our brain’s health and has been found to generate new cells in the brain that are linked to learning and emotion.
In our September Add Heart Call, our host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath CEO, and her guest Robert Browning, Director, HeartMath Health Partners, will talk about why it’s especially important in an emotionally-charged and rapidly changing world to create space for inner stillness and how to do it.
The simple inner stillness practice they will share with you allows heart, mind and emotions to experience a time-out from competing against each other and enjoy some casual peace together.
They’ll talk about the gifts they personally gain from this practice and how it creates a personal sanctuary while on the go.
We will close the Add Heart Call with a heart meditation to create a reservoir of inner stillness we can each draw on as we practice this restorative energetic quality together over the next month.
“Inner stillness creates an energetic environment for supporting our advancing consciousness which can unleash the transformational power of our love – Doc Childre, Heart Intelligence: Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart
Host, Deborah Rozman and her special guest Jeff Goelitz, Director of Education at the HeartMath Institute
Many of us learned the value of pause from our parents and even passed it on as wisdom to our children. However, as life’s demanding pace keeps increasing, the memory to pause often fades, especially when we are under pressure.
There are numerous situations where we sacrifice our well-being because we allow the hurry of life to usher us into quick decision and actions. Many times, this can cause us to miss our heart’s intuitive signal to pause before an important and sensitive engagement.
When we speed past flow – mentally, emotionally or physically – we become vulnerable to not listening to others, over reacting, speaking too soon and cutting other people off in conversation, and more inefficient choices.
In this call we talk about the value of Pause and we share suggestions on how to instate this valuable practice more often. We talk about how-to engage in the choice to Pause to create the most flow for restoring our inner balance and clear direction.
We close this month’s event with a heart-focused meditation to add heart power to our own and each other’s practice of Pause through the month. We energize our collective intention to release old habits that disconnect us from flow and increase our flexibility, resilience and personal empowerment.
Host, Deborah Rozman and her special guest Gregg Braden
A captivating discussion about the new level of self-empowerment needed to embrace our changing world in a health way.
What does it mean to be self-empowered?
It’s an inner confidence that allows us to take control of our lives and see beyond problems or roadblocks to create solutions. It’s being able to self-regulate our mental and emotional reactions. It’s the ability to transform anxiety and fear by staying closely attuned to our heart’s intuitive guidance.
Humans are self-referencing beings so when the world we know starts to change we immediately ask how will this affect me?
The better we know ourselves the less we feel threatened by changes occurring around us.
Gregg Braden and Deborah Rozman will discuss this significant shift that’s happening in the human story and provide some heart-based practices that can build our self-security.
They’ll close the event with a heart meditation for self-empowerment to release old fear or anxiety imprints, gain a more objective view and access intuitive direction for responding to change.
Host Deborah Rozman with guest Robert Erdbrink – HeartMath BeNeLux
We’re constantly exchanging unseen information with all living things through our thoughts, feelings and attitudes. Traditionally, during the summer months most of us spend even more time connecting with family, friends and nature. Learn how you can “Add Heart” to the unseen energetic exchanges you share with people and with nature. And how we can lift each other’s vibration and renew our connections with all of life.
Robert Erdbrink is Director of HeartMath Benelux and the father of three, ages 18, 20 and 23 and lives in Bunde in the South of the Netherlands.
Robert started his career with Unilever in the Netherlands and by the age of 28 was on the board of a large Unilever company, responsible for over 1000 employees. In 2000, Robert left to pursue his mission of bringing more heart into organizations and started HeartMath Netherlands, which grew into HeartMath Benelux, then along with Reiner Krutti he started HeartMath Germany. HeartMath Benelux received a contract to train all Dutch police officers and to date over 55,000 officers have been trained in HeartMath.
Find out what “Add Heart” means to Robert and some of the ways he adds heart to our world.
Hosted by Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., CEO of HeartMath and guest, Howard Martin, Executive Vice President of HeartMath.
As a former rock-and-roll drummer Howard has a keen awareness of rhythm and how all aspects of life have different rhythms. We experience them in dance and music, we observe them in the ocean’s tides and changing seasons – and course we live by our heart’s rhythm. Right now many people are enjoying the changing rhythm of nature moving into spring weather after a long winter. We can find rhythms in just about everything within us and outside of us.
Learning how to shift our inner rhythms can help life feel a lot less stressful and more balanced. Connecting with our inner heart rhythm helps us sense right timing and enjoy increased care and sensitivity in our relationships and engagements with life.
Deborah and Howard will talk about how we can tune into the inner rhythm of daily life and find more flow. You’ll learn suggested ways to prevent the impatience of the mind from overriding the sensitive and intuitive whispers of your heart’s direction.
We‘ll also do a heart meditation on finding your inner rhythm and create a reservoir of heart energy to support each other’s intentions to find more rhythm and flow through life during the month.
How science validates ancient spiritual traditions about the heart.
A personal conversation with Special Guest: Gregg Braden,
NY Times bestselling author, internationally renowned speaker and HeartMath Global Coherence Initiative Steering Committee member.
Thoughts and feelings are energies that operate on different vibrations. The vibration is determined by the quality of our thoughts, feelings, attitudes and behaviors throughout the day.
Higher thoughts and feelings add an uplifting tone through our day. In our higher thought vibrations, we’re more caring, compassionate and kind with each other. We feel more self-secure and resilient in life’s interactions.
Lower vibrational thoughts and feelings bring us down. This results in unhappiness and feelings of separation from others due to judgments or blame. We worry more, experience low self-security and can be too hard on our self and others.
This month we’re focusing on ways we can intentionally raise our vibration to access more of our heart’s intuitive guidance through our creative endeavors and challenges.
In addition, we’ll close with a heart-focused meditation to add heart power to our own and each other’s practice through the month to help sustain our intentions and emotional poise.
This call focuses on what it means to add heart, inspire forward movement and heart-power our intentions.
Many people make New Year’s resolutions and often don’t keep them. There’s a difference between mind power and heart-infused intention. Heart-powered intention draws more of our spirit into your commitment to help you sustain it.
This month we talk about how to align your mind and emotions with the intuitive guidance and power of your heart to refire your commitment at any time. Deborah shares practical tips to help you sustain your commitments or re-boot your efforts when they start to fade from challenges and distractions.
In the guided Heart Lock-In (meditation) portion of the call, we re-energize our individual and collective forward movement for the coming year.
— Heart Intelligence, Doc Childre
Add Heart – Adding heart to whatever you do strengthens and empowers your intentions and commitment. That’s why coaches tell players to “play with heart” and “put your heart into it” – put your love and care into it. Adding heart means adding love, care, kindness, patience, appreciation or compassion as we interact with what life brings us. Hundreds of scientific studies have confirmed this has a measurable impact on physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. Adding heart increases the quality of moment-to-moment awareness and bridges the connection to higher intelligence and guidance from your intuitive heart.
Forward Movement – Accessing our heart’s discernment and guidance enables us to create forward movement in personal growth. At times, when we get caught up in stress and drain energy, we can feel like we’re going backwards. As we practice putting more heart and conscious care into our interactions and keep our humility refreshed, then our forward movement quickens with more flow and less resistance.
Forward movement is created when we are committed to taking responsibility for our own energies and practice increasing our love, kindness and compassion in our interactions with others –and especially how we interact with and treat our self.
Heart-Powered Intention – The heart is the power behind higher manifestation. As you practice activating the power of your heart, it brings heart, mind and body into increased cooperation. This alignment brings in more of your spirit and higher discernment faculties—your intuition—to help facilitate the manifestation of deeper heart-felt intentions in all aspects of your life. When heart is added to your intentions, it magnetizes more effective choices and favorable outcomes.
At times, we can feel like we are missing a sense of meaning, purpose and fulfilment. Accessing more of our heart’s intelligence and inspiration and applying it in practical ways enables us to manage our energy, unfold our higher potentials, and create a more fulfilling life.