Science has become the contemporary language of the mystical. In fact, it is science that demystifies the mystical. When we started seeing measurable changes in people’s health, as well as in their lives, it became evident that something was happening within a person’s mind and body—and we felt it was important to measure those changes.
“Repeatedly, we have made scientific history by observing and measuring common people who are able to do the uncommon.”
In the last ten years, we have made great strides to demonstrate to people that true lasting change is possible. The evidence we have compiled from thousands of brain scans and HRV testing, as well as testing gene expression, immune regulation, cellular metabolism, and longevity measurements, is proof that common people can do the uncommon. And now, this evidence has become the loudest voice. Through our work, we have created a formula that shows how we can induce, predict, and replicate certain states, and that once learned, these states can be applied to greater and greater depths of human potential.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND A MIRACULOUS HEALING
Rollin McCraty, PhD and Carla Stanton, MD show a student’s heart rate variability (HRV) scan to demonstrate how sustained heart coherence conditioned a student’s body into the perfect state to heal. This amazing case history will demystify the healing process.
DEMYSTIFYING THE FORMULA – HEART/BRAIN COHERENCE
Danijela Debelic, MD and Rollin McCraty, PhD discuss the relationship between heart and brain coherence by showing the strong resonance between a participant’s quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) and electrocardiogram (EEG) readings.
Research News & Updates
Indian Wells Research Study
In February 2020, at our Week Long Advanced Retreat in Indian Wells, California, Dr Joe and the research team partnered with University of California, San Diego (UCSD) to measure a host of biological markers.
Bond University Analyzes Five Years of Dr Joe's Brain Research
Tacoma Workshop Research Study
Published Scientific Articles
The Large Effects of Brief Meditation Intervention on EEG spectra in Meditation Novices
One-Minute Deep Breathing Assessment and its Relationship to 24-Hour HRV Measurements
This study examined the correlations between a 10-minute resting state period, a 1-minute paced deep breathing protocol, response to handgrip and 24-hour HRV measures in 28 healthy individuals. Based on the results of the initial study, the primary study examined the correlations between the 1-minute paced deep breathing assessment and 24-hour measures in a general population of 805 individuals. Overall, the findings from the studies suggested that the 1-minute paced deep breathing assessment had high correlations with the 24-hour measures of vagally mediated HRV, and with VLF power.
Scientific Research Team
Hemal H. Patel, PhD
Professor & Vice-Chair for Research
Department of Anesthesiology
University of California, San Diego
Rollin McCraty, PhD
Director of Research at the HeartMath Institute
Carla Stanton, MD
Family and Functional Medicine Doctor
HeartMath Clinical Reporter and Coach
Tobias Moeller-Bertram, MD
Director/Owner, VitaMed Research, LLC
Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of California, Riverside
Danijela Debelić, MD
Co-founder, Brain Research Unit
Peta Stapleton, PhD
Clinical & Health Psychologist
Associate Professor of Psychology, Bond University Australia
Hillari Hamilton, DC
Director of IFEN Neuroscience Research, Institute for EEG-Neurofeedback
International QEEG Board Certified Neurofeedback
Occupational Therapist & Healing Practitioner
Co-founder, Brain Research Unit
Normen Schack, ND
Certifications as a QEEG Expert and NeuroMeditation Instructor
Certified occupational therapist and naturopath
Brainmapping and Neurofeedback Technician
Certified QEEG Technician
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