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How to Enrich Your Life

  One of the most wonderful aspects of living from the heart is how it enhances the positive-feeling textures of life. When my heart is open, food tastes better, the roses in my garden look more…

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What is Heart Intelligence?

Throughout much of recorded history, in the writings and oral traditions of many diverse cultures, people strongly believed in an intelligent heart. As a child, I often was told to go your heart …

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Forgiveness: Food for Health & Happiness

My common sense says that the anger, resentment and blame that many people hold on to, often for years, account for a lot of health problems, and learning how to forgive could prove to be curative …

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When Caring Becomes Stressful

April is National Stress Awareness Month and HeartMath’s Nourishing the Heart column is going to post a series of articles on how to prevent stress, stress facts, tips to help with stressful situati…

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Can You Change Your DNA?

Is it possible to change our DNA from within ourselves? Can we even alter our DNA blueprint? At the Institute of HeartMath, we have been researching these questions for over a decade. This is suc…

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Peace is an Inside Job (video)

Peace is an inside job... On Peace Day 2011, remember that world peace begins with personal peace. Let's open our hearts this Peace Day to take personal responsibility for our own thoughts, feeling…

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Distinguishing Mind from Heart

"People have, for centuries, talked about and told others to 'follow your heart.' That's because they instinctively know that their heart's intuition yields the highest outcome — often at the expe…

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The Power of Community

A local Santa Cruz, Calif., TV station began Saturday’s morning news with the announcement that American Idol contestant James Durbin would be returning to Santa Cruz on May 14 for a homecoming celebr…

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