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The Heart’s Intuitive Intelligence

Reprinted from May 2013 Recently I was part of a team brainstorming answers to some intriguing questions: How could we at the Institute of Heart Math (IHM) make a video showing that the heart emits…

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Stress Got You Down on the Job?

Very important memo to self, staff! – What can WE do to make this a better place to work? That question is one today’s public- and private-sector employers who genuinely care about their workers ar…

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Nourishing the Heart of Your Pet

“I am the rug beneath your feet that buffers you from all the harshness of life.” – Dog I have had the gift of four dogs, a cat and two horses in my life. I fed them, groomed them and loved them. I c…

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The Cost of Financial Stress

The news of the day still reminds us of economic troubles across the land. Meanwhile, millions who struggle beneath the weight of financial burdens press on with their lives, many living paycheck to p…

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Is Personality and Heart Rate Variability Predictors of Well-Being?

As many of you may know, I work for the Institute of HeartMath, where we do research on intuition, heart- brain interactions, interconnectedness and heart rate variability heart (HRV).  This article a…

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Feeding the Field on Earth Day

What happens when you feel strongly about something? HeartMath researchers repeatedly have identified mental and physical changes that study participants undergo as they experience positive and negat…

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How to Change the Culture of Bullying

When I was in the ninth grade in the 1960s, a gang of four girls I didn’t know cornered me in a stairwell after a late band practice with an iron ball and chain and threatened to beat me up. Why? I do…

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5 Ways to Stop the Holiday Blues

If you are feeling less than cheerful this holiday season, you have a lot of company. There's a lot going on. I am finding more people are on edge, quicker to get irritated and uncertain about the …

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People and Pets: Healing Each Other

This is a story of a veterinarian who changed from mainstream medicine to alternative pathways for healing and what he discovered. Dr. Dennis Thomas, who practices in Spokane, Wash., has come to be…

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Finding Zen: Easy Ways to Cultivate More Inner Peace

Often, we define peacefulness by the absence of stress -- a neutral, inactive, state. However, is peace really just a passive state? For most people, adopting the life of a "Zen master" and dedicating…

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