1998 The Hearts Code Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy The New

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Pearsall, P. (1998) The Heart's Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy: The New Findings About Cellular Memories and their Role in the Mind/Body/Spirit Connection , Broadway Books. Russek, Linda G. and Gary E. Schwartz (1994, actually, 1996) "Interpersonal heart-brain registration and the perception of parental love: A 42 year follow-up of the harvard mastery of stress study," Subtle Energies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Energetic and Informational Interactions , v. 5, #3, 195-208 Russek, Linda G. and Gary E. Schwartz (1996) "Energy cardiology: A dynaical energy systes approach for integrataing conventional and alternative medicine," Advances: The Journal of Mind-Body Health , Fall, v. 12, no.4, 4-24, Coments by Claire Cassidy, Robert Duggan, Ary Goldberger, Julie Motz, Hal Putthoff; Response by Russek and Schwartz, 25-45 Russek, Linda G. and Gary E. Schwartz (1996b) "Narrative descriptions of parental love and caring predict health status in midlife: A 35-year follow-up of the Harvard Mastery of Stress study," Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine , v. 2, #6, 55-62 Schore, Allen N. (2002) "Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psycho pathogenesis of post traumatic stress disorder," Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry , v. 36, 9-30, Available at - pages.com/schore-2002.htm Song, Linda Z.Y.K., Gary E.R. Schwartz and Linda G.S. Russek (1998)"Heart-focused attention and heart-brain synchronization: Energetic and physiological mechanisms," Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine , V. 4, #5, 44-62 The Non-Local Mind - 8
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Sylvia, Claire with William Novak (1997) A Change of Heart: A Memoir (A Woman, a transplant…and the soul of a young man who in death gave her life) , Warner Books Tiller, W.A., R. McCraty and M. Atkinson (1996) "Cardiac coherence: A new, non-invasive measure of autonomic nervous system order," Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine , Jan., v. 2, # 1, 52-65 3. The Role Of The Nose In Regulating And Balancing The Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) "We are reviving an ancient technology of the mind [using specific patterns of breathing]... The implication of this technology is that we are not helpless victims of a given emotional state... The nose is an instrument for altering cortical activity... [A]lternating cycles of sympathetic and parasympathetic activity are tightly coupled with the nasal cycle... The nasal mucosa is one of the most abundant tissues...innervated by both the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system." [Shannahoff-Khalsa, D. S. (1983) "Breathing cycle linked to hemispheric dominance," Brain/Mind Bulletin ,] "Zajonic, of the University of Michigan, has found... that breathing through the nose cools the hypothalamus, which affects brain chemicals that influence mood. Changing the temperature of the hypothalamus may affect the release and synthesis of a variety of neurotransmitters... [T]emperature changes are known to affect all biochemical processes... The hypothalamus is involved in regulating the temperature of the brain and in controlling aggression, eating and sex, all of which have large emotional components ...
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