EVERY organ and cell in the body has its own energetic biofield, and uses it to network wirelessly with all the other organs and cells.
The heart and the gut talk back and forth continually to the brain, whose neurons also converse with each other, day and night.
Researchers have recently discovered that both the heart and the gut, have substantial neuronal regions, showing they both have brains of their own.
The holographic network of the heart links, organizes and entrains, say the researchers at the Institute of Heartmath, the totality of signals from all the noetic webs, of all the cells and neurons of the body.
“These biosignals pass information over to the body’s chief superintendent, the brain.”
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