According to research, the human heart produces the largest magnetic energy field in a person.2 It is about 100 times stronger than the brain. The term “heart rate variability” refers to the variation in your heartbeats within a specific timeframe. Your heart rate can be measured to reveal your emotional states. Basically, the heart reflects psychological states, which also changes the measurements of the heart’s magnetic field. The correlation between your heart rate and the heart's field has a clear mathematical pattern. The pulsing waves of energy generated by your field are complex and interact greatly with the physical body and the environment, including other people. The more “coherent” your heart rate is—coherency referring an ordered and harmonious state in your mind, body and emotions—the stronger your heart's magnetic energy field is. Coherency can also refer to a state of like-mindedness, common agreement, intelligent design, and so forth, within a thing, or externally between things. States of loving, emotional connectedness improve and maintain coherency.2
It is well-established that groups of people can become entrained with each other and achieve coherent heart rate variability synchronization. It commonly occurs between mothers and babies, and during sleep between loving couples in a stable relationship. It probably occurs during every conversation and social interaction but to a lesser degree. Heart rate variability has been shown to be highly reactive to psychological states and to the environment, which includes the quality of thoughts and the emotions of other people. Researchers suggest that the heart’s magnetic field is the principle non-physical mechanism of communication between people whose heart rate variability is in sync.2 It has also been repeatedly demonstrated that techniques which are practiced in order to increase variability in general (whether in sync with anyone else or not), lead to a wide range of beneficial health and performance outcomes.2
From what I understand, the heart’s magnetic field, and literally any “field” is itself entirely non-physical. I have never come across any source adequately proposing a particle theory to explain the actions of pulsing magnetic energy waves. There are theories about electron spin, charge separation, and that all fields are tied to or surrounding something physical, but the ‘field” itself appears to be non-physical and non-local. Fields can be measured but they do not have discrete boundaries and thus appear to be all connected. In other words, there is only one field. The field also apparently communicates information with direct and measurable effects between things. With no known physical mediator, field communication has been proposed to occur via longitudinal scalar waves that act at such high speeds that communication is virtually instantaneous regardless of the measurable distance between the two objects. Cellular communication also occurs between DNA by longitudinal waves. The pulsing double helix structure of the DNA allows for a magnetic field to produce information packets that communicate nearly instantaneously.3
My conclusion thus far is that the mind’s thoughts and emotions operate in and through the magnetic field waves and act instantaneously at any distance. Waves which are communicating information are received and integrated (or filtered out) based on the degree of harmonic rapport and coherency. When any of us can gain a psychological state of an increasingly loving, cooperative, and thoughtful nature that improves coherency in heart rate variability, it leads to improved health, general well-being, and relationship bonding. It also acts in a protective way by naturally filtering out undesirable thought waves. The non-physical mind that operates in the energy field is distinct from the physical body that is composed of discrete particles—but they exist together in a dynamic and integrated state. Relative to a clinician’s point of view, developing empathy and establishing rapport with clients will strengthen bonds and contribute to improved clinical health outcomes, improving the client’s motivation and adherence to the therapeutic program being implemented.
“This re-enforces the BodyTalk Direct approach of repairing cells by repairing the DNA”
~ John V.
1Jaruševičius, G., Rugelis, T., McCraty, R., Landauskas, M., Berškienė, K., & Vainoras, A. (2018). Correlation between Changes in Local Earth’s Magnetic Field and Cases of Acute Myocardial Infarction. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(3).
2McCraty, R. (2017). New Frontiers in Heart Rate Variability and Social Coherence Research: Techniques, Technologies, and Implications for Improving Group Dynamics and Outcomes. Frontiers in Public Health, 5, 267.
3Meyl, K. (2012). DNA and Cell Resonance: Magnetic Waves Enable Cell Communication. DNA & Cell Biology, 31(4), 422–426.