25 Aug Things Your Doctor Likely Doesn’t Know About the Heart!
I am going to tell you things that virtually 100% of you (and likely your doctors) don’t know. Don’t read this if you want to continue believing the body works the way we all were taught.
We assume we understand how the body works. The brain runs the body. The heart is an organ that pumps the blood through the body. Could it be that we have been taught completely wrong?
It all just seems to be true, because our doctors and teachers said it is so. Lets take a look at what has been found to be true versus what you think is true.
Would it surprise you to know that the heart is no longer classified as an organ? It produces so many hormones that influence virtually every organ in the body, that it has now been reclassified by mainstream medicine as an endocrine gland!
Our most fundamental truth about the heart is that it pumps blood. Research now has demonstrated that the heart most definitely is not a “pressure pump” that pushes blood through the 250,000 miles of blood vessels in the body. It turns out that blood moves independently of the heart’s action through electromagnetic flux-induced, vortex action. (http://www.rsarchive.org/RelArtic/Marinelli/)
So if the heart is not a pump, what is it? The heart is the generator of virtually the full spectrum of electromagnetic energy found in the body, and it is sensory tissue. Over 65% of the neurons in the heart are dedicated to reading/sensing changes inside and outside of your body.
But doesn’t the brain control the entire body? No. The heart has a brain of its own and operates independently of the head brain.
Lets discuss another thing you likely “know” for certain. Time moves in one direction and is just the linear, ticking of the clock, ever forward. This is the type of time from which our head brain operates. The heart brain experiences time in a completely different manner. Research shows that the heart senses not only what is now, but also what will happen 5-10 seconds before any of the five senses in the head brain can even register what they are processing!
It only takes a red blood cell 16-20 seconds to leave the heart and go all the way to the toes and back again, so the heart experiences everything happening everywhere in the body virtually instantly. So on top of this, the heart is also operating on a different type of time, and is indeed the central brain of the body.
Everything experience in the conscious and subconscious mind that you have ever processed in your life has come through the heart brain first, which then sent the data to the head brain!
“So what?” You may be thinking. Disease and dysfunction arise from the incoherence between the heart brain and the head brain. Thanks to new technology we can now use HD audio, electronic stethoscopes that capture the control signals emitted by your heart and feed the recording of your heart into computerized software that shows us not only what is going on in your heart, but our doctors can then use our new innovation called NeuroCardial Synchronization™ to play back the high quality recording through headphones.
Playing the recording to your brain is much like taking a husband and wife who live under the same roof, but haven’t really talked for years…the dust is going to fly!
The resulting problems of heart and brain disharmony can be detected by our doctors using BioResonance Scanning™, identify and correct the various types of incoherence between the head and the heart and the body.
The incoherent signals throw off every hormone and tissue, and lead to a breakdown in your body’s resistance to infections, and disease. Identifying them and correcting them can lead to optimum health in the body, mind, and spirit.
If you have POTS, cardiac arrhythmia, dysautonomia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or other chronic illnesses this may offer you a way out of the nightmare. Clinical outcomes have been very encouraging, without drugs we have been able to correct almost every case of arrhythmia, valve regurgitation, and tachycardia when there is no irreparable damage to the heart.
The ideal doctor is not a specialist in diseases, but one who understands disease, yet specializes in restoring what is optimum. Share