When:
October 24, 2017 @ 8:15 pm – 10:00 pm
2017-10-24T20:15:00-04:00
2017-10-24T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
TRS Professional Suites
41 Exchange Pl
New York, NY 10005
USA
Cost:
$45
Contact:
Shaina Jones

Accessing the heart-brain connection

A focused group session on increasing vitality and resilience to stress.

Facilitator: Shelley Poovey,B.S. Psych, AdvCBP, PaRama BP, RYT-200. Creator of The Radiant Human Meditation & Business Alchemy

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Can’t make it live? Sessions will be recorded and available for download!
First time? Use code firsttime25 at checkout for $25 ticket!
Bringing a friend? Use code friend10 for $35 ticket!

Tuesday evening, October 24th at 8:15pm. $45.
at TRS Professional Suites, 41 Exchange Place, 3rd Floor, New York, NY

In this group session we will explore a basic heart-based meditation practice that improves our ability to connect with positive emotions, reduce stress, and increase vitality.

We will then experience a group session that explores and deepens the heart-brain connection.

What Is The Heart-Brain?

The heart emits an electromagnetic field five thousand times stronger than the brain. The heart’s electromagnetic field arcs out from the heart and back extending as far as twelve to fifteen feet from the body. Information can be read from each and every point within that field instantaneously, just like when you are on the internet.

That means that when the heart is functioning well on an energetic level, it is capable of knowing what is happening at every other point within our body. But when it is not, our internal communication systems are compromised, information can get lost in a clutter of activity that is confusing.We can sometimes experience this as physical pain, foggy thinking, or an inability to function at our optimal level.

Did you know that the heart has a system of neurons that have both short and long-term memory, and their signals sent to the brain can affect our emotional experiences?

Ideally our heart and our brain are working together so that this breakdown doesn’t happen.

Our brain’s job is to organize how we fit into our world. It is in charge of planning and can be seen as the place within where the ego lives and holds a sense of our personal identity. It is in charge of interpreting our experiences and responding to them.

When our brain is disconnected from the rest of our body, it can start to over-think, over-analyze, and over-plan our life. This can create the stress response which increases blood pressure and triggers the release of hormones that slows digestion and other important organ functions.

So the question lingers as to how we can restore the heart to it’s place as our great harmonizer, and improve the communication and synchronization capacity between the heart and the brain?

That’s what we will be exploring together, through meditation and in our group session!

REGISTER NOW

Can’t make it live? Sessions will be recorded and available for download!
First time? Use code firsttime25 at checkout for $25 ticket!
Bringing a friend? Use code friend10 for $35 ticket!