Brain-heart feedback

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Brain-heart feedback is the idea that it is not only the brain of the human body which is thinking. Some aspects of human cognition and feelings can arguably be provided by the heart.

The brain and the heart form according to the documentary Transplating memories???? an integrated neural system. In the documentary the idea of feedback memory by professor Gary Schwartz, Yale university, is presented.

Link to clip with prof. Schwartz.


Thus, it could be assumed that the heart provides feedback to the brain in the process of learning and creating memories,


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The Living Heart Field (Howard Martin: Heartmath Institute & Heart Based Living)

The hormons that control the emotions traditionally associated with "having a heart" is actually generated BY the heart, and the heart also produces an electro-magnetical field that extends beyond the skin.