Electromagnetic Energy

With an increase in age, the average electromagnetic transmission signature of a normal human brain changes and approaches that of younger patients with a severe medical condition of hematoma in the brain. (César A. González et al., "Volumetric Electromagnetic Phase-Shift Spectroscopy of Brain Edema and Hematoma," PLoS ONE, 2013, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0063223)

Electromagnetic charges among linked amino acids (flexible links known as peptide bonds occur between amino acids to create a protein) are one of two factors that determine the shape of a protein. Changes in the electromagnetic charges also impact the behavior-generating movement of proteins. (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 53-60)

Have you ever wondered the reason you sometimes quickly (if not instantaneously) like or dislike another person? There is now evidence that a subtle yet influential electromagnetic or energetic communication system operates just below your conscious awareness. Energetic interactions possibly contribute to the magnetic attractions or repulsions that occur between individuals, and also affect social relationships. It was also found that one person’s brain waves can synchronize to another person’s heart. (Rosch, p. J. and M. S. Markov, Editors. The Energetic Heart: Bioelectromagnetic Communication Within and Between People, Chapter published in:Clinical Applications of Bioelectromagnetic Medicine, NY: Marcel Dekker: 541-562, 2004)

A superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) is a gadget used to measure extremely weak signals, specifically magnetic flux. STAR Cryoelectronics in New Mexico specializing in manufacturing ultrasensitive SQUID sensors. These sensors are used at medical research centers around the world to record and localize the magnetic signals associated with neural acitivity in the brain. Magnetoencephalography (MEG), the monitoring of magnetic fields in the brain, is emerging as the primary tool for investigating brain wave activity. (Tracking Electromagnetic Energy with SQUIDS. 2005.)

Direct your attention toward your heart. Retrieve memories of past peaceful states, and store memories of the present contemplative and more blissful moments as new cellular memories. Then send balanced “L” energy out to your environment. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. NY: Random House, Inc., 1998, pp 156-157)

Refer to Cellular Memory for additional information.

Studies by Rodney Croft, of the Brain Science Institute, Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia: When the cell phone was transmitting, alpha waves in the person's brain were boosted significantly. Studies by James Horne and colleagues at the Loughborough University Sleep Research Centre in EnglandStudies: Although the cell phone power is low, "electromagnetic radiation can nevertheless have an effect on mental behavior when transmitting at the proper frequency." (Fields, R. Douglas. Mind Control by Cell Phones.)

Studies by Gary Arendash, PhD, USF Research Professor at the Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC): a surprising new study in mice provides the first evidence that long-term exposure to electromagnetic waves associated with cell phone use may actually protect against, and even reverse, Alzheimer's disease. The memory benefits of cell phone exposure (in mice) took months to show up, suggesting that a similar effect in humans would take years if cell phone-level electromagnetic exposure was provided. (Published January 6 in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. (Source)

Dr. Oscar Brunler (1990s): when healthy, every organ in the body has a specific, measurable, vibrating wavelength frequency. The electromagnetic energy field sparks with brilliant red when the person is aroused to anger or passion. (Colby, Barbara, ASID. Color & Light: Influences and Impact. CA: Barbara Colby, 1990, pp 29-30)

All color is basically electromagnetic energy that is received by the body in the form of vibrations. (Kopacz, Jeanne. Color in Three-Dimensional Design. NY: McGraw Hill Professional, 2003, p 93)

Electromagnetic signal: In physics, it is a wave propagated through space or matter by the oscillating electric and magnetic field generated by an oscillating electrical charge. The heart is the most powerful source in the human body. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, p 267)

Electromagnetic waves or EM spectrum is a label for radiation energy, the rays of which travel and spread out as they go. Examples include visible light, radio waves, ultraviolet light, gamma rays, X-rays, and microwaves. (NASA’s Imagine the Universe. Electromagnetic Spectrum, Introduction. Article.)

The Electromagnetic (EM) Spectrum is a name scientists use for a group of radiation waves, energy that travels and spreads out as it goes. This can include: Visible light from house lamps, waves from a radio station, EM radiation from microvaes, ultraviolet light, gamma rays, x-rays, and so on. Electromagnetic waves can be described by their wavelength, energy, and frequency. All three are related to each other mathematically (e.g., energy of an X-ray, or the wavelength of a microwave, or the frequency of a radio wave). The electromagnetic spectrum includes, from longest wavelength to shortest: radio waves, microwaves, infrared, optical, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma-rays. (The Electromagnetic Spectrum. NASA.)

Electromagnetic radiation, part of the electromagnetic spectrum, are invisible forces that impact every facet of biological regulation and include: microwaves, radio frequencies, visible light spectrum, extremely low frequencies, acoustic frequencies, and scalar energy. (Lipton, Bruce H., PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 111-112)

Energetic information contained is the heart’s field is detected by your own brain and body, but also by people around you. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 33-34)

Refer to Downshifting and the Brain for additional information.

The electrical energy from your heart is transmitted to another person’s brain when you touch that person, and vice versa. We affect each other at the most basic electromagnetic level. This has huge social implications. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. p 159-160. CA: Harper SF, 1999.)

Research at the Institute of HeartMath (IHM) has found that the heart literally can make sparks fly between people. When two people are in resonance, there is a powerful transfer of energy produced by the heart. The heart generates the strongest electromagnetic field in the body. Additional findings are summarized in IHM’s "Mysteries of the Heart" video that can be viewed on their YouTube page. (Childre, Sara. Heart Month Online.)

Much of the information we glean from the world around us comes to us in the form of electromagnetic energy—in a rather narrow band ranging from 380 to 760 nanometers (one nanometer is a billionth of a meter). We tend to be oblivious to waves outside this narrow band unless we can convert them into energy that activates our senses. (Harrison, Albert A. After Contact: The Human Response to Extraterrestrial Life. TN: Basic Books, 2003, p 40)

Electromagnetic energy surrounds and permeates the entire body. Mystics have sometimes referred to this Em energy as the human aura. (Seaward, Brian Luke. Achieving the Mind-Body-Spirit Connection: A Stress Management Workbook. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc, 2004, p 12)

The human body is an electromagnetic field. It both produces and absorbs electromagnetic energy. (Kronegger, Marlies and Anna-Theresa Tymieniecka, Editors. The Aesthetics of Enchantment in the Fine Arts. MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000, p 62)

A new discipline called neurocardiology: solid scientific evidence that the heart communicate with the brain in several ways: Neurologically (transmission of nerve impulses); Biochemically (hormones and neurotransmitters); Biophysically (pressure waves). Growing scientific evidence of energetic communication (through electromagnetic field interactions). (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 28-29)

The heart’s electromagnetic field extends beyond your body. This carries information about your emotional state to people and the environment around you. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF,1999, pp 228-230)

The electromagnetic radio spectrum of the heart is profoundly affected by a person’s emotional response to the world. The emotional response changes the hearts electromagnetic spectrum, which is what the brain feeds on. Ultimately, everything in your life hinges on your emotional response to specific events (Mercogliano and Debus 1999). (D' Alberto, Attilio, BSc (Hons). (Cellular Memory and ZangFu Theory. Article.)

Refer to Emotions and Feelings for additional information.

Energy and information leave the body. The electromagnetic fields expand into the vacuum of space at the speed of light. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. p xi. NY: Broadway Books, 1998.)

Refer to Energy and the Brain for additional information.

Wave length ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum vary from low energy to high energy (e.g., radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, color spectrum seen by humans, ultraviolet light, x-rays, and gamma rays (the highest energy waves). (Edwards, Gabrielle I. Biology the Easy Way. NY: Barron’s Educational Series, 1990, pp 8-9)

The eyes receive radiant electromagnetic energy. (Ornstein, Robert. Multimind. NY: Doubledday, 1986, p 43)

Your feelings affect the information contained in your heart’s electromagnetic signal. When heart rhythms are more ordered or coherent, the electromagnetic field produced becomes more coherent as well. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 58-60)

While energy can neither be created nor destroyed, it can be changed from one form into another. Various forms include light, heat, nuclear energy, chemical energy, and mechanical energy. (Schwartz, David A. Q is for Quark: A Science Alphabet Book. CA: Tricycle Press, 2001, p 60)

Electromagnetic radiation consists of discrete packets of energy called photons, which can have different frequencies. (Electromagnetic Radiation. Article.)

Electromagnetic fields generated by the heart permeate every cell and may act as a synchronizing signal for the body in a manner analogous to information carried by radio waves. Particular emphasis will be devoted to evidence demonstrating that this energy is not only transmitted internally to the brain but is also detectable by others within its range of communication. The heart generates the largest electromagnetic field in the body. The electrical field as measured in an electrocardiogram (ECG) is about 60 times greater in amplitude than the brain waves recorded in an electroencephalogram (EEG). The magnetic component of the heart’s field, which is around 100 times stronger than that produced by the brain, is not impeded by tissues and can be measured several feet away from the body with Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID)-based magnetometers (1). The clear rhythmic patterns in beat-to-beat heart rate variability are distinctly altered when different emotions are experienced. These changes in electromagnetic, sound pressure, and blood pressure waves produced by cardiac rhythmic activity are “felt” by every cell in the body, further supporting the heart’s role as a global internal synchronizing signal.  (McCraty, Rollin, PhD. “The Energetic Heart: Bioelectromagnetic Communication Within and Between People.” Chapter in: Clinical Applications of Bioelectromagnetic Medicine, edited by P. J. Rosch and M. S. Markov. New York: Marcel Dekker, 2004: 541-562.)

The largest electromagnetic field in the body is generated by the heart. Measured by ECG, the electrical field is about 60 times greater in amplitude than the brain waves recorded in an EEG. The magnetic component of the heart’s field, around 5000 times stronger than that produced by the brain, can be measured several feet away from the body with Superconducting Quantum Interference Device or SQUID-based magnetometers. (McCraty, Rollin, PhD. The Energetic Heart. p 1. CA: Institute of HeartMath, 2003)

Studies Mercogliano and Debus 1999: The heart is a very powerful electromagnetic generator creating a holographic electromagnetic field that encompasses the body and extends out anywhere from eight to twelve feet away from it. It is so powerful that you can take an electrocardiogram reading from as far as three feet away from the body. (D' Alberto, Attilio. Cellular Memory and ZangFu Theory. Article.)

Studies: Heart waves can be picked up by the brains of others. The heartbeat of one person can be measured as it is registered in the other person’s brainwaves when two people are touching/standing near each other. (Childre, Doc. Freeze Frame. CA: Planetary Publications, 1194, 1998, p 36)

The heart, a very powerful electromagnetic generator, creates an electromagnetic field that extends out from the body from eight to twelve feet away from it. It is so powerful that you can take an electrocardiogram reading from as far as three feet away from the body. The field is holographic (e.g., can be read from any point on the body and from any point within the field). (D’ Alberto, Attilio, BSc (Hons) TCM MATCM. Cellular Memory and ZangFu Theory. Website.)

The pattern and quality of the energy emitted by the heart is transmitted throughout the body via the heart’s electromagnetic field (e.g., similar to cell phones and radio station transmissions). (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, p 33)

Research at the Institute of HeartMath (IHM) has found that the heart literally can make sparks fly between people. When two people are in resonance, there is a powerful transfer of energy produced by the heart. The heart generates the strongest electromagnetic field in the body. Additional findings are summarized in IHM’s "Mysteries of the Heart" video that can be viewed on their YouTube page. (Childre, Sara. Heart Month Online.)

The heart is the largest generator of electromagnetic energy. It sends and receives types/frequencies of energy – and exchanges energy-information with other brains and hearts. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. NY: Random House, Inc., 1998, pp 72-73)

The heart generates the strongest electromagnetic field produced by the body. The heart’s electromagnetic field (ECG) can be measured anywhere on the body and up to several feet away. This field can become more coherent as the person shifts into a sincerely caring state. (Pribram, Karl H., Editor. Brain and Values: Is a Biological Science of Values Possible. Kentucky: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998, p 359)

Heart Em energy reaches every cell in the body. In concert with the Brain, the heart may be the major integrator of coordinated cellular function within the body. The heart is by far the largest generator of EM energy—its magnetic field is 5000 times greater than the brain’s. (Sheikh, Anees, A. Healing Images: The Role Of Imagination in Health. NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 2003, pp 95-97)

In the human body, the heart is the most powerful source of electromagnetic energy. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, p 267)

Biophysicists have discovered that the heart generates an electromagnetic field that encompasses the body and extends out at least 8-12 feet. You can take an electrocardiogram reading from as far as three feet away from the body. The field is holographic, meaning that you can read it from any point on the body and from any point within the field (Mercogliano and Debus 1999). D' Alberto, Attilio, BSc (Hons). Cellular Memory and ZangFu Theory. Article.)

The electrical energy from your heart is transmitted to another person’s brain when you touch that person, and vice versa. We affect each other at the most basic electromagnetic level. This has huge social implications. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. p 159-160. CA: Harper SF, 1999.)

A new discipline called neurocardiology: solid scientific evidence that the heart communicate with the brain in several ways: Neurologically (transmission of nerve impulses); Biochemically (hormones and neurotransmitters); Biophysically (pressure waves). Growing scientific evidence of energetic communication (through electromagnetic field interactions). (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin.The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 28-29)

Neurocardiology has provided solid scientific evidence that the heart communicates with the brain in several ways: Neurologically (transmission of nerve impulses); Biochemically (hormones and neurotransmitters); Biophysically (pressure waves). Now there is growing scientific evidence of energetic communication (through electromagnetic field interactions). (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 28-34)

The works of Pribram and Bohm combine to theorize that ,"Our brains mathematically construct 'concrete' reality by interpreting frequencies from another dimension, a realm of meaningful, patterned primary reality that transcends time and space. The brain is a hologram, interpreting a holographic universe." (The Holographic Paradigm, by Ken Wilber 1982) (Alvino, Gloria. The Human Energy Field in Relation to Science, Consciousness, and Health. Part Two of an Article.)

A variety of vibrational remedies can interact with the human body because the body is an energy system (e.g., sounds, colors, aromas, and thoughts). The body can resonate with almost any type of energy, positive or negative. (Andrews, Ted. The Healer’s Manual – A Beginner’s Guide to Energy Therapies. Llewellyn Publications, 2002, p 47)

Heart Em energy and information leaves the body at approximately the speed of light (it is not retained in the skin). Cardiac energy patterns may interact between people—even at a distance. (Sheikh, Anees, A. Healing Images: The Role Of Imagination in Health. NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 2003, p 95)

Marital discord makes sense from the perspective of electromagnetic radiation emanating from one human body and being received by another. Physical manifestions of marital discontent as discussed by Hetherington, Law, and O'Connor such as 'defensiveness, avoidance, withdrawal, whining and, if prodded, anger and resentment' are negative emotions experienced by the other partner in response to the stimulus of a mate's provocations. (Hetherington E, Law T, O'Connor T, Divorce: Challenges, Changes, and New Chances, 1992.)

Have you ever wondered the reason you sometimes quickly (if not instantaneously) like or dislike another person? There is now evidence that a subtle yet influential electromagnetic or energetic communication system operates just below your conscious awareness. Energetic interactions possibly contribute to the magnetic attractions or repulsions that occur between individuals, and also affect social relationships. It was also found that one person’s brain waves can synchronize to another person’s heart. (Rosch, p. J. and M. S. Markov, Editors. The Energetic Heart: Bioelectromagnetic Communication Within and Between People, Chapter published in:Clinical Applications of Bioelectromagnetic Medicine, NY: Marcel Dekker: 541-562, 2004)

After the hundredth monkey had learned potato-washing skills, monkeys on other islands and on the mainland began to exhibit that technique even though they had never been in physical contact with the potato-washing monkeys. Heart cells seem to possess a similar ability and may communicate with other hearts through bioelectrical energy. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. NY: Broadway Books, 1998, pp 62-63)

You can be influenced by the electrical signals other people send out (e.g., shift to resonate with their energy), and they can be influenced by ours. This has tremendous social implications. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 160-162)

Electromagnetic waves were first postulated by James Clerk Maxwell and subsequently confirmed by Heinrich Hertz. Maxwell derived a wave form of the electric and magnetic equations, revealing the wave-like nature of electric and magnetic fields, and their symmetry. Because the speed of EM waves predicted by the wave equation coincided with the measured speed of light, Maxwell concluded that light itself is an EM wave. (Source)

UC Berkeley researchers have developed a device that uses wireless signals to provide real-time, non-invasive diagnoses of brain swelling or bleeding. The device’s diagnoses for the brain trauma patients in the study matched the results obtained from conventional computerized tomography (CT) scans. Because fluid conducts electricity differently than brain tissue, it is possible to measure changes in electromagnetic properties. The tests also revealed some insights into the aging brain. With increased age, the average electromagnetic transmission signature of a normal human brain changes and approaches that of younger patients with a severe medical condition of hematoma in the brain. For brain hematomas, internal bleeding causes the buildup of blood in certain regions of the brain. For brain edemas, on the other hand, swelling results from an increase in fluid in the tissue. (Source)

Electroencephalogram (EEG). This instrument can detect electrical information patterns generated by the heart in the person’s brain waves. There is a direct energetic interaction between the electromagnetic field produced by the heart and that produced by the brain. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, p 33)

Electroencephalogram (EEG). The electric charges coursing through the human brain are measurable by means of an electroencephalogram. Humans thus have an electromagnetic energy field. As a result of this, the human body could act as an aerial that has the potential for simultaneous transmission and reception of energy with its environment (Smith, William L. The Human Electromagnetic Energy Field: Its relationship to interpersonal communication. Samways L, Your Mindbody Energy: How to Access Your Hidden Energies and Take Control of Your Life, 1992.)

EEG and EKG. Science has established that electrical and magnetic energy exist in the human body. Electrical energy is used by physicians to restart the heart after heart attacks and is even applied to promote bone growth. Some accepted electrical devices commonly used in hospitals include EEGs (electroencephalograms) to measure electrical activity in the brain and EKGs (electrocardiograms) to measure electrical patterns of heartbeats. (Source)

SQUID machines. These devices use liquid helium to measure various magnetic fields related to the human body. The human heart emits the largest electromagnetic field, while the second largest is produced when a person opens his/her eyes in the morning (called an occulargram). Surprisingly, human brain waves are low on the list, even below the field generated by our muscle activity. (Rubik, Beverly, PhDElectromagnetic and Other Subtle Energies in Psi Research.)

Multimeter. At a convention in New York city a few years ago, Rubik measured the electrostatic potential of Dr. Yan Xia by using a multimeter measuring the atmospheric potential. While the meter was 50 feet from Dr. Xia, Rubik noted a spurt in the energy up from the baseline of 35 milivolts. At the end of the conference, she measured up to 100 milivolts of energy. At a convention in New York city a few years ago, Rubik herself measured the electrostatic potential of Dr. Yan Xia by using a multimeter measuring the atmospheric potential. While the meter was 50 feet from Dr. Xia, Rubik noted a spurt in the energy up from the baseline of 35 milivolts. At the end of the conference, she measured up to 100 milivolts of energy. Heart Em energy and information leaves the body at approximately the speed of light (it is not retained in the skin). Cardiac energy patterns may interact between people—even at a distance. (Sheikh, Anees, A.Healing Images: The Role Of Imagination in Health. NY:Baywood Publishing Company, 2003, p 95)

Magnetometer. This instrument can measure the heart’s electromagnetic energy up to 8-10 feet away from the heart. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 33)

The body is surrounded by and permeated with electromagnetic energy, which forms the basis for Kirlian photography, and for the diagnoses of disease through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). (Seaward, Brian Luke. Essentials of Managing Stress. p 29. MA:Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc, 2004.)

Several studies have presented evidence to indicate that there is an electrostatic (magnetic) field about neurons. has done some work indicating that there is longitudinal flow of charge carriers in neurons. Alan Frey indicated that it is reasonable to suspect that possibly the electromagnetic field could interact with neuron fields. (Burr, H., and A. Mauro. Yale J Biol.and Med. 21:455, 1949. Morrow, R., and J. Seipel. J. Wash. Acad. SCI. 50: 1, 1960.) (Source)

Electromagnetic energy can pass through walls easily. (Staff of Energy Polarity, Arizona. Scientific Facts About Eletromagnetic Radiation.)

The electromagnetic forces of the body can be increased and intensified by positive foods, exercise, cold-water treatments, and by the positive attitude of mind and will. (Linklahr, Henry, M.D. Nature Cure. Chicago: Nature Cure Publishing Company, 1914, p 148)

Late in the 20th century, experiments confirmed that we’re bathed in an energy that connects us all with the events of our world. Sometimes called the Quantum Hologram, research has shown that through this energy the beliefs and prayers within us are carried into the world around us. Both science and tradition suggest the same thing. We must embody in our lives the very conditions that we wish to experience in the world. Prayer is the language of God and the angels.  It is a universal language. The secret of the lost mode of prayer is to feel your prayer has already been answered and to feel gratitude and appreciation that this is so. (Baden, Gregg. Secrets of the lost mode of prayer. p xxi. CA: Hay House, 2006)

Electromagnetic energy cannot be destroyed. (Concept 2: Electromagnetic Energy. Article.)

The human body does, in fact, give off certain radiations (e.g., electromagnetic from the electrical activity of the nerves, sonic waves from physical actions within the body, and chemical emissions that may be detected at times as body odors). (Nickell, Joe. Real-life X-files Investigating the Paranormal. Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 2001, p 42)

Have you ever wondered the reason you sometimes quickly (if not instantaneously) like or dislike another person? There is now evidence that a subtle yet influential electromagnetic or energetic communication system operates just below your conscious awareness. Energetic interactions possibly contribute to the magnetic attractions or repulsions that occur between individuals, and also affect social relationships. It was also found that one person’s brain waves can synchronize to another person’s heart. (Rosch, p. J. and M. S. Markov, Editors. "The Energetic Heart: Bioelectromagnetic Communication Within and Between People," Chapter published in: Clinical Applications of Bioelectromagnetic Medicine, NY: Marcel Dekker: 541-562, 2004)

Refer to Relationships for additional information.

Refer to Sexuality and the Brain for additional information.

Orgasm represents a cardio-energetic power surge. Large amounts of “L” energy are exchanged between partners and the heart rate more than doubles. If body fluids are exchanged as well, even more info-energy may be transmitted with the exchanged cells’ memory. (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 179-180)

The universe is composed of energy. Every material structure in the universe, including human beings, radiates a unique energy signature. Atoms are really composed of invisible energy, not tangible matter. (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 100-101)

The electromagnetic spectrum is a continuum of all electromagnetic waves arranged according to frequency and wavelength. All electromagnetic energy passes through space at the speed of light (300 million meters per second) in the form of sinusoidal waves. (Electromagnetic Energy. Article.)

The speed of electromagnetic energy signals is 186,000 miles per second (compared to speed of less than 1 centimeter per second for diffusible chemicals). Energy signals are 100 times more efficient and infinitely faster than physical chemical signaling in the body. (Lipton, Bruce H., PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 111-112)

Electromagnetic energy travels through space at the speed of light. (Walker, David. Energy, Plants and Man. VA: University Science Books, 1992, pp 11-12)

Heart Em energy and information leaves the body at approximately the speed of light (it is not retained in the skin). Cardiac energy patterns may interact between people—even at a distance. (Sheikh, Anees, A. Healing Images: The Role Of Imagination in Health. NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 2003, p 95)

Sara Paddison research: Relates to a subtle “L” energy that is mediated by the heart and that operates in a higher range of frequency bands than that of the mind. (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 173-174)

Your thoughts broadcast energy out into the universe. Negative thoughts impact the environment negatively and project a repelling energy; positive thought attract positive experiences. (Shumsky, Susan, G. and Dannion Brinkley. Exploring Auras: Cleansing and Strengthening Your Energy Field. NJ: Career Press/New Page Books, 2005, p 178)

The electrical energy from your heart is transmitted to another person’s brain when you touch that person, and vice versa. We affect each other at the most basic electromagnetic level. This has huge social implications. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The HeartMath Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 159-160)

Studies of participants holding hands: the ECG (heart’s electromagnetic field) of one participant was reflected in the ECG of the other participant. (Pribram, Karl H., Editor. Brain and Values. KY: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998, p 363)

Science currently accepts four general categories of energy: gravity, electromagnetic energy, strong and weak nuclear energy. All types of energy are vital forms of the life force. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. NY: Broadway Books, 1998, p 40)

Refer to Visualizing and the Brain for additional information.

The sudden lowering of temperature on the surface of the body (e.g., quick cold spray of water to the warm body) or in the lungs increases the amount of electromagnetic energy in the system. (Linklahr, Henry, M.D. Nature Cure. Chicago: Nature Cure Publishing Company, 1914, p 144)

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