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Los codigos secretos del corazon


The heart secret code
Los codigos secretos del corazon

Whenever we are told that the heart loves and feels, but what you may also think, remember, communicate with other hearts, helps regulate immunity, and contains stored information flowing through our bodies? Recent research points to the memory cell is the heart and the brain not the recipient of the secrets that connect the mind, body and spirit.

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In the seventeenth century, Sir Kenelm Digby, a member of the Royal Society, did an experiment with the heart of a snake: after booting and keep it in a warm and humid place, found that Latin for twenty-four hours. When it stopped beating moistened with warm water and the body throbs again. It then cut into several pieces and parts continued to beat for a long time. The same applies to the human heart: although the head is separated from the body, the heart will continue beating for hours. Not surprisingly, this body, seat of life and physiological muscle of the system is "Vivens primum, ultimum moriens", the first in living and dying at last in all creatures. "I was never interested in sex. Not even thought much about that, but now exhausted my husband. I want to make love every night and sometimes I masturbate two or three times a day. I used to hate videos X, but now adore. I feel like a slut and when I'm in a good mood, do a striptease for my husband. I had never done something similar before my operation. When I commented this to my psychiatrist, I said it was a reaction to medication and because I now have a healthier body. Later I discovered that my heart donor was a girl who worked in a topless and acting professionally at home. I think I have taken their sexual orientation, and my husband thinks so. Strange as it may seem, this story of a woman of 35 years who was transplanted the heart of a prostitute for 24 years is not unique. Since the early seventies have been collected reports of people following a heart transplant claim to have acquired tastes, habits, skills and memories of dead donors. So far have only been published a couple of books that collect such experiences, but the phenomenon and gives rise to a similar controversy arose over twenty years ago with the near-death experiences. One of these books, A Change of Heart by Claire Sylvia, the changes experienced by the author following a transplant operation, another more recent Code of the Heart (Ed. Edaf), Paul Pearsall, faces openly a dogma of modern medical science: the unit has the memory of the central nervous system. Although this dogma ruled out completely the possibility that could change the habits that affect the biochemical structures of the heart tissue, Pearsall does not seem to doubt that the heart, besides being the most important energy center of the body, is both a messenger code that represents the soul. A proposal as provocative as his course that has been accused of damaging the movement of organ transplantation because it suggests that the heart is much more than a mass of cells biomechanics. It has also been described Pearsall Guru prolific self-help, but in any case, his latest book offers a novel perspective in a field that science has not yet adequately explored. Unfortunately, the energy L or fifth force proposed by Pearsall is extremely subtle and impossible to measure with current scientific instruments. However, Pearsall suggests that the effects of it are limitless: travels faster than light and generates localized effects such as telepathy, healing at a distance and the power of intercessory prayer. And above all, the heart is composed exclusively of L and communicates energy and carries its own way, albeit in a clumsy way, the electromagnetic field created by it. This field is five thousand times more powerful than the electromagnetic brain, so it is possible that the heart, thanks to its huge energy potential, is the main driving power of L. Most health professionals do not recognize the existence of this energy. When asked the psychoanalyst and quinesiólogo John A. González you think about the ideas of Pearsall in relation to the hypothetical energy L and the possibility that the heart is the main driver of it, replied: "If you deny the existence of an energy that carries information throughout the body, we would be denying the existence of acupuncture meridians and the subtle bodies. These bodies are involved in the design of health and are linked together by something called the silver cord that is connected to the body by the heart. Experimentally we know that the connection is exactly the point BP21, which is the spleen-pancreas meridian, the closest to the heart, but this does not confirm that this body contains a code indicating who we are. " Because the heartbeat responds immediately to changes in mental state - for example, in moments of extreme anxiety, tension and terror, palpitations, and the pulse accelerates - became in many cultures not only in the seat of emotions, but in the soul. Thus it is said that two wires connecting the power of man to his soul: the first is that of consciousness, anchored in the pineal gland in the head or the second thread of life is anchored in the heart, in the nodule sino-atrial, a mass of tissue that governs heartbeat. This node receives fibers from the vagus nerve and is named in the biblical tradition the path to the breath of the Holy Spirit. " Hindus also considered the abode of the heart divine principle. In Tantric writings, the heart is called the "small eight-petalled lotus, seat of Brahma, or center of spiritual consciousness of man. According to this view, nirvana is achieved when the consciousness is focused on Pragna germ, which is in the Anahata chakra, the heart. The Greeks were also aware that the heart was the source of life and the various aspects of it - centers of consciousness called the "gods" - were living in the heart. This belief was taken by the Egyptians, for whom this body was the abode of the soul and not extracted from the body during the embalming process, unlike the brain extracted by the nostrils. Safeguard the heart with great care to accompany the body into another life where it would be weighed in the balance in the presence of Osiris. The offering of the heart, the seat of the soul, found his most frightening in the rites performed by the Aztecs in Mexico, beginning in the chest the heart of the prisoners alive to offer, still beating, to the deities of the Sun and Earth. Then the soul was the highest of the heavens Aztecs. Barbaric but equally devoid of logic is the widespread habit among some primitive tribes eat the hearts of the enemies of heroic dimension to its value. In some communities of the past, the hearts of the dead kings were ritually eaten. The animals also ate to acquire their characteristics, especially the leopards and lions. The Taoist Chinese regarded the heart as a chamber located between the fire of heaven (mind) and earth (the abdomen) and said that his transmutation leading to immortality. In the western mystical tradition, the heart is the location of the Light of Christ and Jesus himself encouraged his disciples to go silent in this room to talk directly with the Father. Isabela Herranz

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Codigo Secreto del Corazon
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Siempre se nos ha dicho que el corazón ama y siente pero, ¿es posible que también piense, recuerde, se comunique con otros corazones, ayude a regular la inmunidad y contenga información almacenada circulando a través de nuestro cuerpo? Recientes investigaciones sobre la memoria celular apuntan a que es el corazón y no el cerebro el recipiente de los secretos que conectan la mente, el cuerpo y el espíritu.

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En el siglo XVII, Sir Kenelm Digby, miembro de la Royal Society, hizo un experimento con el corazón de una víbora: tras arrancárselo y guardarlo en un lugar templado y húmedo, comprobó que latió durante veinticuatro horas. Cuando cesó de latir lo humedeció con agua templada y el órgano palpitó de nuevo. Luego lo cortó en varios trozos, y las partes separadas siguieron latiendo durante un tiempo prolongado. Lo mismo ocurre con el corazón humano: aunque la cabeza se separe del cuerpo, el corazón continuará latiendo durante horas. No en vano, este órgano, asiento de la vida y músculo central del sistema fisiológico, es "primum vivens, ultimum moriens", el primero en vivir y el último en morir en todas las criaturas. "Nunca estuve interesada en el sexo. Ni siquiera pensé mucho en eso, pero ahora agoto a mi marido. Deseo hacer el amor todas las noches y, a veces, me masturbo dos o tres veces al día. Antes odiaba los vídeos X, pero ahora los adoro. Me siento como una mujerzuela y cuando estoy de buen humor, realizo un striptease para mi marido. Jamás había hecho algo parecido antes de mi operación. Cuando le comenté esto a mi psiquiatra, me dijo que era una reacción a los medicamentos y porque ahora tengo un cuerpo más sano. Posteriormente he descubierto que mi donante de corazón era una chica que trabajaba en un topless y actuaba como profesional a domicilio. Creo que he adoptado su orientación sexual, y mi marido también lo piensa así". Por extraño que pueda parecer, este relato de una mujer de 35 años a quien se le trasplantó el corazón de una prostituta de 24 años no es el único en su género. Desde principios de los años setenta se vienen recogiendo informes de personas que tras un trasplante de corazón alegan haber adquirido gustos, hábitos, aptitudes y memorias de los donantes muertos. Hasta ahora sólo se han publicado un par de libros que recogen dichas experiencias, pero el fenómeno ya suscita una polémica parecida a la surgida hace más de veinte años con las experiencias cercanas a la muerte. Uno de estos libros, A Change of Heart, de Claire Sylvia, recoge los cambios experimentados por la autora a raíz de una operación de trasplante; otro más reciente, El código del corazón (Ed. Edaf), de Paul Pearsall, se enfrenta abiertamente a un dogma de la moderna ciencia médica: la dependencia que tiene la memoria del sistema nervioso central. Aunque tal dogma descarta por completo la posibilidad de que los hábitos puedan modificar estructuras bioquímicas que afecten al tejido del corazón, Pearsall no parece albergar dudas que el corazón, además de constituir el centro de energía más importante del cuerpo, es al mismo tiempo un mensajero del código que representa el alma. Una propuesta tan provocadora como la suya ha supuesto que se le acuse de perjudicar al ...


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