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Rollin McCraty

"Developing Creativity and Intuition through Heart Coherence."


Director of Research at 'Heartmath.'

Rollin McCraty of Boulder Creek, Calif., is executive vice president and director research of HeartMath Institute. McCraty is director of research and project coordinator of the Global Coherence Monitoring System. He has been with HeartMath since its creation in 1991. He is a psychophysiologist and a professor at Florida Atlantic University. McCraty’s research interests include the physiology of emotion, with a focus on the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behavior and health. He and his team regularly participate in studies with scientific, medical and educational institutions worldwide. McCraty has written extensively and been widely published in his areas of scientific interest. He holds numerous memberships, including with the American Autonomic Society, Pavlovian Society, National Association for Psychological Science, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and Society for Scientific Exploration.


The 'Take Aways'

In this fascinating interview, Rollin shares with us the fascinating research behind Heart Math, the power of achieving coherent states, and how we can transform our lives, and planet, when we achieve heart coherence. he explains to us  what in our brain and central nervous system underlies our ability to think clearly, maintain our emotional stability, and make good, quick accurate decisions. He also explains the ways that the human heart performs a key role to help us function at an optimal physiological level. "We coined the term “coherence” to describe a sort of sign-wave pattern or rolling-hill pattern in the heart rhythm when we’re in this optimal state. The heart rhythm is reflecting the communication that’s going on between the heart and the brain, something very deep that’s going on in our physiology." In short, it's time that we start accessing the intelligence of the heart, if we want to stay creative, and develop our intuition. 

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