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Nov 20, 2016

OVERVIEW:

In the last Energy Boost episode number 31  I discussed a couple of specific studies showing the remarkable impact that the placebo effect can actually have on people and consequently highlighting how our thoughts can positively affect all of us. Check out the episode here.

In this episode I discuss the role our heart plays in the way we feel and why someone simply walking into a room or coming close to us can directly impact us magnetically, in the scientific sense.

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What the HeartMath Institute is
  • The most powerful source of electromagnetic energy in the human body
  • What distance the body’s electromagnetic field can radiate
  • A mechanism of how our emotional state affects others
  • That transference of the energy produced by the heart occurs between people
  • What the Global Coherence Initiative is.

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