The Heart's Code
By Paul P. Pearsall
(Harmony, Paperback, 9780767900959, 304pp.)
Publication Date: April 6, 1999
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A fascinating synthesis of ancient wisdom, modern medicine, scientific research, and personal experiences that proves that the human heart, not the brain, holds the secrets that link body, mind, and spirit.
You know that the heart loves and feels, but did you know that the heart also thinks, remembers, communicates with other hearts, helps regulate immunity, and contains stored information that continually pulses through your body? In The Heart's Code, Dr. Paul Pearsall explains the theory and science behind energy cardiology, the emerging field that is uncovering one of the most significant medical, social, and spiritual discoveries of our time: The heart is more than just a pump; it conducts the cellular symphony that is the very essence of our being.
Full of amazing anecdotes and data, The Heart's Code presents the latest research on cellular memory and the power of the heart's energy and explores what these breakthroughs mean about how we should live our lives. By unlocking the heart's code we can discover new ways of understanding human healing and consciousness and create a new model for living that leads to better health, happiness, and self-knowledge.
Paul Pearsall, Ph.D., is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Pleasure Prescription, Superimmunity, and Super Marital Sex. A psychoneuroimmunologist, Pearsall speaks regularly at Fortune 500 companies, organizations, and medical schools and societies. He lives in Hawaii.
"This is a marvelous piece of work . . . fascinating, eye-opening, and practical. Love and health are intimately related and the evidence is well documented. Read it and start living a heart healthy life."
--Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine & Miracles
"Paul Pearsall's long-awaited book is brilliant, heart-opening, and enthralling. Interweaving his personal health story--a life-saving immune system transplant--with his work as a well-credentialed psychologist studying heart transplant patients, Dr. Pearsall makes an astoundingly strong case for the underrated heart as the seat of the mind and altruistic soul."
--Candace Pert, Ph.D., author of Molecules of Emotion