Your donation today will help HMI conduct its research and educate people about its findings.
Interconnectivity Tree Research Project
HeartMath Institute scientists are exploring how people and trees may be energetically connected; and affected by human emotions; why humans seem to be uplifted while in the presence of tree biofields; and how trees may be able to inform us about approaching earthquakes.
Human-Earth Connectivity/Interconnectivity Research
Our ongoing studies show Earth and solar magnetic field environments affect human heart rhythms, nervous-system functioning and behavior. We’re also examining the ways in which all living things are interconnected, through biofield interactions and the exchange of information between our personal and global magnetic field environments.
Social Coherence Research
Increasing social coherence, the deep heart connection between and among human beings, has the potential to transform people’s lives – from families, classrooms and organizations to communities and entire nations. Our scientists are focused on examining ways people can expand their heart connections locally and globally and developing new education programs on the importance of social coherence for improving their lives.
Global Coherence Research/Global Coherence Monitoring Research
We hypothesize every individual affects a global information field. Large numbers of people increasing personal heart coherence and creating heart-centered states of care, love and compassion will generate a more coherent field environment, benefitting all and offsetting planetary discord and incoherence. Key in HMI’s coherence research is the Global Coherence Initiative’s Global Coherence Monitoring System (GCMS). The worldwide system of state-of-the-art magnetometers collects continuous data from Earth’s magnetic fields to assess how they affect human mental and emotional processes, health and collective behavior. Our researchers are examining how human emotions may affect and be influenced by these fields and the potential for working together to create more positive outcomes.
Heart Rate Variability Research
For more than two decades, HeartMath Institute’s research on heart rate variability (HRV) has provided scientists around the world with a window into the complex relationship between the rhythms of the human heart and our emotions. HRV, the subtle beat-to beat fluctuations in heart rate, remains a cornerstone of HeartMath’s research because of its reliability as an indicator of physical health, psychological resiliency and behavioral flexibility.
Adopted a Scientist
Since 2014, HeartMath Institute has benefited greatly from the expertise of a data analysis scientist who has played a vital role in interpreting the huge volume of information that streams continuously from the Global Coherence Initiative’s Global Coherence Monitoring System. This scientist was hired following the highly successful Adopt a Scientist project, which renews annually thanks to the generosity of donors to the project.
As a HeartMath Monthly Giver your contribution of as little as $5 per month will help the institute conduct research and educate people about its findings. You’ll receive a free HMI Membership as an appreciation gift.
The HMI Research Center’s dedicated team is working diligently for a better future and world.
100% of your donation supports the vital work of our projects.
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Planned Giving Program and Bequests (Wills)
If you are interested in learning more about IHM's Planned Giving Program, including charitable annuities, trusts, endowments or naming HMI as a beneficiary in your will, contact Katherine Floriano Toll Free at (866) 221-6339.
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