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On today's episode I have special guest Dr. Deborah Rozman of HeartMath. Personally, I hadn't considered the heart having any intelligence except to pump blood; however, Dr. Rozman explains that the heart has much more intelligence than we give it credit for. Tune in to learn more about:

* What heart intelligence is

* The information that is received from the rhythmic methods of the heart

* How the heart receives information from our environment

* How thoughts and feelings affect our heart, decisions and overall health

* What heart and social coherence are

* What emWav is and how it can help achieve heart coherence

Deborah Rozman is a psychologist and author of numerous books, including HeartMath’s Transforming Series, with over 30 years of experience as a business executive, educator and researcher of the psychology of consciousness. Rozman has written eight books, including the award-winning Meditating With Children and co-authoring with Doc Childre the Transforming Series – Transforming Anger, Transforming Stress, Transforming Anxiety and Transforming Depression, and most recently Heart Intelligence: Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart.

Rozman is president and co-CEO of HeartMath, Inc., and was part of the HeartMath technology company that developed and manufactures the emWave 2, emWave® Pro and Inner Balance for iOS heart-rhythm coherence feedback technologies. She serves on the Institute of HeartMath’s Scientific Advisory Board and Global Coherence Initiative Steering Committee and is a key spokesperson for the HeartMath System.

Connect with Dr. Rozman online at www.heartmath.com or on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest

Music by BENSOUND www.bensound.com

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