The HeartMath Solution
The HeartMath Solution,
by Doc Childre and Howard Martin
Many years ago, at the beginning of HeartMath’s story, we introduced The HeartMath® Solution book, which has remained a cornerstone of the HeartMath System and one of our most popular books.
Written by Doc Childre, HeartMath founder, and Howard Martin, HeartMath executive vice president.
The book explains the vital connection between the heart and mind and how we can utilize this powerful partnership for living a truly authentic and heart-centered life.
By understanding and tapping into our heart’s intelligence, we learn how we can have more impact on our emotions, our mind, and our health and well-being than we ever thought possible.
The HeartMath Solution details several of HeartMath’s scientifically validated techniques to strengthen the heart and brain partnership as a way to better regulate stress and anxiety, leading to improved health and enhanced mental functioning.
In this book, the authors offer astonishing proof that the heart has its own intelligence that profoundly affects our mental and physical health. Our body’s reactions to stressful emotions often result in physical and mental imbalances. Accessing the heart’s intelligence gives us the ability to better regulate our emotions, leading to improved health and enhanced mental functioning.
The techniques provided in The HeartMath Solution are based on years of research and are being used and recommended by thousands of health professionals world-wide.
The HeartMath Solution provides essential tools to deepen the qualities long associated with the heart—wisdom, compassion, courage, love, strength, and joy.
Learn to access the heart’s intelligence as a way of navigating each moment of life.
A celebration of the intelligence of the heart and a practical guide to living it. Gary Zukav, Seat of the Soul
This book could save you years of therapy. Deepak Chopra, MD
This is the owner's manual we've been waiting for to help us recognize and use our heart's energy to help heal our bodies and our lives. Christiane Northrup, MD