Since starting the Sound Brain Fitness Teleseminar Series just over a year ago I’ve been fortunate to have a roster of valued guests on the program discussing sound, music, and the brain. Together, my listeners and I have learned a great deal, but one area we have yet to delve into is the heart.
Some of the earliest recorded civilizations, including the Greeks, speak of the heart as harboring intelligence. Perhaps this is metaphorical by the standards of modern science, but there is a clear pathway of communication between the heart and brain which provides a theoretical foundation for exploration of this thesis. The people of the HeartMath organizations are champions of the philosophy that the heart, physically and metaphorically, is the key to tapping into an intelligence which can provide us with fulfillment.
This idea has intrigued me since the time a friend introduced me to The HeartMath Solution when it came out nearly 15 years ago. I have several friends who evangelize the use of HeartMath techniques and devices (see EmWave) for calming and stress regulation. These are highly effective biofeedback methods which integrate beautifully with The Listening Program® music listening therapy protocols. Combined they are a gentle yet powerful channel for transformation.
Next Wednesday, September 4th at 8:00 pm Eastern I’ll be exploring matters of the heart with global thought leader Bruce Cryer of HeartMath HealthCare for a special teleseminar, What Makes Your Heart Sing: Essential Catalyst for an Inspired Life. Register
“What Makes Your Heart Sing” is a question many people around the world are asking themselves to find inspiration, meaning, purpose, and alignment with their soul’s passion for life. Are you doing enough of what inspires you and if not, what is getting in the way?
Hear the uplifting story of how inspirational speaker, Global Director of HeartMath Healthcare, and co-founder of What Makes Your Heart Sing Bruce Cryer’s awakened the power of inspiration in his own life. Join us for this special episode and learn how to:
- Identify sources of inspiration that are essential for optimal performance and creativity
- Develop a deeper sense of presence and kindness for yourself and others
- Understand and appreciate new reasons for creating balance and passion in your life
- Develop the skills of personal resilience
- Be inspired to bring music and the arts into your personal life and your professional environment
When? Wednesday, September 4th, 8:00 pm Eastern. The event is FREE, but space is limited. Register here.