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The Heart's Code

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Paul P. Pearsall
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First Scientific Contact with the Soul?

Science has recently discovered three startling new possibilities regarding how we think, feel, love, heal, and find meaning in our life.  This research suggests that the heart thinks, cells remember, and that both of these processes are related to an as yet mysterious, extremely powerful, but very subtle energy with properties unlike any other known force.  If the preliminary insights regarding these prospects continue to be verified, science may be taking the first tentative steps to understanding more about what shamans, kahuna, priests, spiritual leaders, and healers from ancient traditional medicines have been teaching about for centuries--the energy of the human spirit and the coded information that is the human soul.

The research and true life stories presented in this book will introduce preliminary documentation that is offering clues about the heart's code, the phrase I will use throughout this book to represent a proposed subtle life or "L" energy "cardio-cryptogram." This heart's code is recorded and remembered in every cell in the body as an informational template of the soul, constantly resonating within and from us, sent forth from our heart.

Toward One World Medicine

By exploring the possibility of a heart's code, we may be able to begin to build a bridge between the biomechanical wonders of modern medicine, the spirituality of ancient traditional healing systems, the various alternative or complimentary medicines, and the wisdom of religious scholars and spiritual leaders.  It is not likely that we will be able to understand all the forms of medicine in the world until we are willing to broaden our understanding of the world.  By doing so, we may not have to select from among all the models of healing.  Instead, perhaps we can combine them into one world medicine made up of all the wisdom about the brain, body, energy, information, the spirit, and the soul.  With sufficient patience, tolerance, creativity, a more inclusive view of the human system as it interacts with all systems, and perhaps most of all, with a more open heart and less defensively reactive brain, we may be able to combine the rigor of science with the subtle wisdom of the heart to answer the most important questions in the universe: what and why is life?

The Burden Of Prudence

The hypotheses regarding the heart's code are without doubt among the boldest proposals any scientist could make.  I offer them to facilitate more discussion and study and as new possibilities to be explored as medicine experiences its growing pains associated with the challenges in dealing with the issues of spirituality and mortality, which are of such deep concern to patients, and the lessons of so-called alternative or complementary medicines.  These are proposals that many of my scientific colleagues often say they "have a very hard time accepting." Surgeon Dr.  Bernie Siegel is the well-known author of Love, Medicine and Miracles and other books that deal with ideas about mind/body/soul interactions that many of his colleagues still refuse to accept, get angry with, and often consider strange and even crazy.  He writes, "What disturbs me is the use of the word 'accept.' If we close our minds and don't accept, science and healing cannot move forward.  Instead of 'hard to accept,' let us say, 'hard to understand.'"

Using our current scientific way of thinking, it is very difficult to understand how the heart could have a code, a cell could have a memory, and an immeasurable form of energy could contain information about the soul.  I suggest that we should study these ideas precisely because they are "non-sense." They do not make sense in terms of science's current ways of trying to explain the mysteries of life.  Perhaps these new possibilities regarding the heart's code will offer some new ways to come to our senses about the meaning of life and the processes of healing.

In the mid-1800s, the idea that tiny germs invisible to the eye could make us sick was seen as "utter nonsense" by the medical leaders of that time.  Based on seemingly strange but recurring reports from patients and some doctors and nurses about the suffering that seemed to be caused by dirty hands delivering babies, and thousands of needless deaths caused by the use of scalpels still defiantly sharpened on the bottom of the surgeon's boot to show disdain for the silly "germ theory," doctors began to reluctantly accept the possibility of the existence of imperceptible but deadly microorganisms.  This doubting acceptance allowed the development of more understanding about invisible things causing visible consequences, and doctors began to wash their hands and sterilize their instruments before any medical procedure.  Today, because of the historical prudence of their predecessors, the burden of proof has been met and doctors understand much more--but not all--about bacteria.  This same cautious but accepting prudence is required if we are to learn more about the existence of a heart's code and the cellular memories it conveys.

Four Hypotheses Regarding Energy, Information, and the Mind/Body Connection

Our understanding of the heart as a sentient organ is about where our understanding of the miraculous complexities of the brain was more than one hundred years ago.  In comparison to the continuing rapid progress in study of the brain, learning about the heart as more than just a pump is developing much more slowly.  The central hypotheses regarding information-containing energy communicated by the heart were initially proposed by Drs.  Gary E.  Schwartz and Linda G.  Russek.  They are as clearly stated and testable as any other set of scientific suppositions, but the ideas of a "thinking" heart and information-carrying energy seem excessively difficult for many scientists to accept as starting points for study.

Dr.  Gary Schwartz is a professor of Psychology, Neurology, and Psychiatry and director of the Human Energy Systems Laboratory at the University of Arizona.  His associate, Dr.  Linda Russek, is a research psychologist at the Harvard University Student Health Service and codirector of the Human Energy Systems Laboratory.  They are a creative, energetic, sensitive research team who have always been interested in a "systems" or interactive view of how life works.  They have dedicated their professional lives to the attempt to create one medicine out of the many diverse approaches to healing and have never been afraid to challenge and extend the accepted principles of psychology and medicine.  They have combined the fields of biology, the new physics that studies subtle energy and the invisible atomic world, and modern cardiology to help explain the info-energetic nature of the heart beyond what skeptics call the abiding impulse to mythologize the heart.  They based their field of energy cardiology on what they call "dynamic systems memory theory," the idea that all systems are constantly exchanging mutually influential energy, which contains information that alters the systems taking part in the exchange.  They offer four hypotheses to explain how cells might be able to make memories out of the info-energy constantly circulated through the body system by the heart.  I have paraphrased and expanded their hypotheses here.  

1. Energy and information are the same thing.  Everything that exists has energy, energy is full of information, and stored info-energy is what makes up cellular memories. Based on theories and research from the field of biology and other sciences, all living systems are by their nature manifestations of energy that contains the information (memory) of what they are and how they function.  To scientists, the word "system" refers to a set of interactions between inseparable units.  From the interactions between the tiniest parts within a single cell to the exchange of information between family members at dinner to the energy bouncing back and forth between the stars and planets, everything exists in a continuous info-energetic relationship.  Since all systems are information-containing energy "stuff," all systems constantly exchange memories.  

2.  What we call mind, consciousness, or our intentions are really manifestations of information-containing energy. Based on the lessons learned from modern physics, information and mind seem to be one and the same.  What I am calling "L" energy is the basic code of life and what our "system" remembers as "who" we are.  Energy is the ability to do work and a force that conveys our personal life code (our systemic memory) along with the information it contains.  Information is what gives a system its form and structure, and energy is the force or function that moves a system, connects all aspects of a system, and helps systems communicate and connect.  Since all systems are connected and share forms of the same energy, all systems share common memories.  

3.  The heart is the primary generator of info-energy. The heart is constantly sending out patterns of info-energy that regulate organs and cells throughout the body.  Every cell in the body is literally bathed in the info-energy conducted from and by the heart.  Since the heart is a primary generator and transmitter of info-energy, it is central to our system's recollection of its life--its cellular memory.  

4.  Because we are manifestations of the info-energy coming to, flow...

From Library Journal

The author of The Pleasure Principle uses the new field of cellular memory to show that the heart thinks and remembers.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Heart's Code by Paul Pearsall 29 août 2013
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"Le coeur a sa propre mémoire et pense par lui-même" dit le professeur P.Pearsall.
Lecture assez difficile mais fascinante pour qui s'intéresse à "ce genre de choses".
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Read with an open "heart"! 15 juin 1998
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The subject of this book will resonate differently with a variety of readers. Some will reject the theories presented as preposterous. But, for those who have experienced this "heart" connection it will be the "aha!" or "yes!" that makes sense to their own experience. As unusual as it sounds to hear the language of the body used, as Pearsall does, to describe this heart to heart dialogue, the heart metaphor is a language that has been used to communicate love and human relations throughout the ages. Those who know the power of prayer and of letting go will have an easy time following Pearsall's logic. For those who have doubts, Pearsall adds the science of quantum physics and bell's theorem to validate his claims. His proposition is that the heart has a code and each cell is imprinted with memories. He goes further to say that the heart (not the brain) is the link between mind, body and spirit. He supports his L-energy theory (or fifth force) with research results, ancient wisdom, examples from his own practice and personal experience. This book will turn off some readers who take a scientific approach to medicine (and life), but to those who can get beyond the "white coat" approach to healing and human relations, this book offers a thought provoking alternative. I urge all to consider reading this book (and beginning to use its wisdom) with a "heart" open to the incredible possibilities that it suggests!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kudos to Paul Pearsall, Gary Schwartz and Linda Russek 4 septembre 2000
Par Linda Hartley - Publié sur
"The Living Energy Universe" by Gary Schwartz and Linda Russek and "The Hearts Code" by Paul Pearsall must be read together as it offers the most understanding from each.
In this "New Age" it is interesting to reflect back to ancient wisdom from the Children of the Night Rainbow, who were the people of the Polynesian Islands and the Hawaiians, who lived in Paradise 2000 years ago and lived the essence of Universal Living Memory. They believed that everything was alive, feeling, evolving, and immortal.
At the beginning of "The Living Energy Universe" Paul says a lovely Hawaiian prayer for Gary and Linda, the book and all of the readers. Thank you what a nice thought!
In "The Hearts Code" we find that as Paul is facing his own challenges he receives an understanding to share with all of us that the heart conducts a beautiful cellular "symphony" that is the true essence of our being... and how else can it be when our hearts are where God lives?
These two rare books were brought to my awareness by synchrodestiny as my journey with my son Jason has continued from Heaven. As I laid my head on my sons heart as his life support was ended... we exchanged the love and information and energy that these books speak of...hearts are always connected by love no matter which realm of existence they belong to forever.
I hope each reader feels the hopeful message in each of these books in their hearts, remember an open heart is best!
Pauls message is a lovely message of how interconnected we really are and when our hearts speak everyone listens and understands.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Getting your head together, with your heart 6 mai 2003
Par Dr. Laurence Martel - Publié sur
Dr. Pearsall has hit a home run in a ballpark unfamiliar to most ordinary people who still think that the brain in your head is the mastermind of thought and behavior. What Pearsall has contributed, especially in terms of learning, creativity and memory is to reshape our foundations of perception that "love, dignity, relationships and integrity" might, after all, be the driving forces of human progress. Even if one considers "The Heart's Code" as a mere metaphor for our consciousness, without the empirical evidence of the role of the heart in human thought, Dr. Pearsall moves us closer to an integration of body, mind and spirit in a pracitical way, empowered by the heart.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pleasant surprise 26 septembre 2010
Par Jody - Publié sur
My curiosity of transplant recipients and their donors first led me to pick up this book. The book also, whether scientifically accepted or not, suggests a few really positive ideas to live with a more balanced brain/heart/body. For someone who leans toward a type-A personality, it almost serves as a self-help book to quiet the ridiculous mental chatter and just accept the natural flow of life. It gives a new insight on the human experiences involving relationships, intuition, anxiety, etc. Even though the book at times contained some scientific wording, I found it very easy to read and understand. I am intrigued to know more!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating insight into the depths of the human system 10 mai 1998
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As a heart transplant recipient myself, I found this book to be fascinating reading. It opens the mind to ideas and concepts that remind us all how little we really do know about our human existence. While I haven't enjoyed any of the very special donor/recipient communications related in the many stories used to support the "heart's energy" concepts Dr. Pearsall offers, I do believe that others have them. This reading offers insights into the realm of our being that science has yet to really come to grips with, but in years to come I wouldn't be surprised to find acceptance of what seems very "wild ideas" today, just as he suggests to the reader. If you can't have your own heart transplant, this is the next most interesting way to share some of that unique miracle that so many today are living.
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