Out with the old / In with the new is not just for the new year. It’s how we can create a new and better life. Within the process of moving from old to new, many of us are experiencing old issues we thought we’d healed or cleared coming up again.
As we pause at times during the day to radiate our heart’s care and compassion to all the people suffering in Gaza and Israel and in the Russia-Ukraine war, we can wonder how much of a difference are we making and how else can we help the world. You’re not alone if you feel discouraged at times. With all the intensities going on, one after another, it can look like the world is falling into disarray. It’s important that we remember there’s a Shift happening on the planet. Old repressed energies have to come to the surface to release, or there wouldn’t be a Shift. It’s clearing the old to make room for the new.
Deborah Rozman and Howard Martin present a live Heart Focus Event and Meditation this season. Experience tapping into the heart’s […]
One of the most effective ways to help ourselves and help humanity at the same time is to deepen our heart connections with each other. Neuroscience has found that our brains are wired for positive connections with others. When we’re in heart-based interactions, our brains release feel-good chemicals that have beneficial effects on our entire system.
Join us in a Global Heart Session for radiating care and compassion to the Israel-Hamas conflict anytime you choose, or during synchronized times from today through Friday, October 20 at 4 a.m., noon, and 8 p.m. PT (minus 8 hours GMT/UTC). Allow 10 to 15 minutes or whatever is convenient.
While breakthroughs in treating neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s remain somewhat elusive, an earlier study titled, “Precision Medicine Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease: Successful Pilot Project,” also utilized HeartMath HRV coherence biofeedback (Inner Balance Trainer portable technology) for participant’s to manage stress as part of their intervention.
In today’s world, the prevalence of loneliness is on the rise, giving birth to what Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, the surgeon general of the United States, refers to as an “epidemic of loneliness.” With the detrimental impact this has on our mental and emotional well-being, loneliness has become a pressing public health crisis. This article explores the profound effects of loneliness, the fraying of social connections, and the importance of nurturing human connections.