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Positve emotions = all good

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The evidence is in, and it’s conclusive. Heartmath.org is a site full of scientific research findings about the strength of the heart for creating health.

Yep, that’s right. Your heart can create good health–and you can control it. This is revolutionary stuff that huge corporations like Hewlett Packard are paying big bucks to put their executives through.

And recently they simplified the measuring apparatus to the extent that you can buy one for at home or office.

Here’s how it works: You stick a sensor on your finger and can view a moving image of your heart rhythms. If you’re stressed, the pattern is erratic and freaked-out looking. But in 30 seconds or less, by focusing on a positive emotion–love, caring, appreciation, anything like that–you can change that pattern to a smooth even one.

And in the process you are lowering bad hormones, increasing good ones, changing your electrical output, and so on and so on. It’s almost miraculous–but it’s absolutely solid science.

I’ve been waiting for the day–and it is upon us. No more need to be embarrassed to talk about the value of emotions for productivity at work, etc. The evidence is in.

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  • http://www.emotionalmastery.com Barb Bishop

    This link in your article isn’t working. “buy one for at home or office.”

    Please advise.

  • Barbara J Payne

    Thanks much, Barbara. I had changed it to the one the company wanted on another blog but forgot to do so on this one. Should be correct now.

    http://www.freezeframer.com

  • Elysia

    What is the relationship between the “How Full is your Bucket” book and HeartMath? I went on Amazon and “Searched Inside” the book, but turned up nothing about HeartMath. I’d like to know how you found out about HeartMath.

  • Elysia

    What is the relationship between the “How Full is your Bucket” book and HeartMath? I went on Amazon and “Searched Inside” the book, but turned up nothing about HeartMath. I’d like to know how you found out about HeartMath.