To all of you (us) that focus on meditations of the heart and simply being in the state of love, please know that your contribution to our world is magnificent indeed.

Blessings to all who spend their days activating the power of the heart and sharing this most potent elixir with the world.

A scientifically controlled study conducted by German researchers at the University of Kassel has shown that while the chest area of an average person emits only 20 photons of light per second, someone who meditates on their heart center and sends love and light to others emits an amazing 100,000 photons per second. That is 5000 times more than the average human being. Numerous studies have also shown that when these photons are infused with a loving and healing intent, their frequency and vibration increases to the point where they can literally change matter, heal disease, and transform negative events.The Heart also Loves, feels, thinks and remembers and communicates with other Hearts. It stores information and continually with each beat pulses this information through the body. It is far more than what modern science would have you believe. It is also a pump that pumps the cellular symphony that is the very essence of your being and it is a magnetic and radiating vortex and the true source of human power.


6 responses to “THE POWER OF THE HEART!!!!!”

    • awesome!! Thank you. I would say that the energy of the heart can be “felt” by both the giver and the receiver even if it is not scientifically measurable. Sending heart blessings to One and All.

  1. I think it’s worth pasting the text from the study finding summary so that in case the hyper link gets lost it is here:


    Puran Bair, M.S.
    Research at the University of Kassel in Witzenhausen, Germany, in 1997, showed that it is
    possible to produce visible light from the chest area under certain conditions. The first condition
    is that the meditation technique must be heart-centered, not transcendent. Secondly, a specific
    person with an actual need must be identified as a receiver of the transmitted light. Under
    these conditions, a sustained light emission of 100,000 photons per second was measured, where
    only the background count of 20 photons per second was observed without meditation.

    KEYWORDS: Light, meditation, heart-centered
    Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine • Volume 16 • Number 3 • Page 211

    The Tube was an EMI Type 9635 QA with very high efficiency, specially
    selected for single-photon count mode. Light intensities down to 10­
    17 watts are measurable with this tube. The tube is sensitive in the
    range of 200 nm (ultraviolet) to 630 nm, where sensitivity drops sharply so as
    to exclude thermic photons (infrared) to be counted. Dark count rate without
    substrate was 12 photons/second, dark count rate within the dark chamber was
    20 photons/second.
    The preamplifier! discriminator amplifies the initially very small signal to a 5
    Volt level and suppresses “artificial” photon sources
    The cooling serves to keep the dark count rate extremely low. We employed
    a Peltier-type cooling system that was able to cool the tube housing from room
    temperature down to -25C. Measurements were taken at -20C.
    The software and the hardware were specifically designed by ALV of Langen,
    Germany, an internationally renowned specialist for laser applications and
    measurements of very small particles (one of their projects was with NASA).
    Software was designed to operate the equipment in single photon count mode.
    For this experiment the dark chamber was completely lined with light-absorbing
    black cloth, so that the total photon count without object to measure was as
    low as 20 photons per second.

    Figure 1. Experimental setup.
    T he equipment was set up and monitored by Winfried Fuchshofen,
    Ph.D., who was at the time a Ph.D. candidate at the University of
    Kassel (Figure l). The meditator was Puran Bair, co-founder of the
    Institute for Applied Meditation.
    The meditator disrobed and entered the air-conditioned, dark chamber, which was
    then sealed. Inside the chamber, the size of a closet, were black blankets that the
    meditator wrapped around himself for warmth. After approximately one hour,
    the computer showed a background count in the chamber of 20 photons/sec,
    regardless of whether the meditator was naked or wrapped. The delay of an hour
    was necessary to dissipate the florescence of the body as it gives off the light that
    it had absorbed from the ambient outside light. Nudity was required to eliminate
    florescence from fabrics and to prevent static electric discharges.
    Initially, the meditator tried to sit with the end of the cooled housing against his
    bare chest. However, this proved to be uncomfortable as the metal tube was quite
    cold, connected to the liquid-helium cooled photomultiplier, and he was not able

    to put his legs under the table, so sitting was awkward. A decision was made to
    sit upright in a chair with his chest approximately three feet from the housing.
    At this point, the meditator began a series of meditations designed to increase
    energy in the spine and heart and radiate light. These meditations included
    kundalini practices, invocations of divine light, and dhikr.
    n these meditations, energy is drawn up the spine from the earth by using
    a strong inhalation with that visualization. Then the breath is held, with
    attention placed above the crown. The exhalation is full and complete,
    forcing energy down (as seen from above the crown) the spine and then forward
    from the heart. The practice is extremely energetic, resulting in a feeling of
    ecstasy and radiance.
    These are Sufi meditations that use chanting, out-loud and silently, to create
    vibrations that stimulate the heart and third eye. Specifically, the Arabic words
    Nur and Mu-now-wirr are spoken slowly, with emphasis on the vowels, placing
    the resonance of the sound in the throat and chest. They produce the sensation
    of having a miniature sun in the chest.
    The repetition of the Arabic phrase, “La illaha illa ‘llah Hu” is an ancient
    prescription for entering into the consciousness of the One and Only Being.
    It is performed with attention on the heart as the center of the experience and
    results in a feeling of profound heart-centeredness.
    There were some brief and erratic measurements of 37,000 to 45,000
    photons/second while the meditator was meditating (Figure 2). Then there

    Figure 2. Range ofsensitivity.
    were periods of 10 to 20 minutes with no readings, then again brief periods
    of a few seconds of light. When light was measured, the experimenter told
    the meditator of the results through a one-way audio link. (The experimenter
    had a microphone and the meditator was wearing headphones.) This erratic
    performance was very frustrating to the meditator, who was trying to use the
    feedback as a guide toward more reliable light output. None of the meditations produced consistent results, yet all produced light at some times.
    A fter approximately ten hours of meditation, the experiment was called
    off and the meditator emerged from the chamber. The experimenter
    and the meditator retired to the experimenter’s home for dinner. The
    experimenter’s son, approximately four years old, had come down with a severe
    cold. The meditator, discouraged from the day’s efforts, retreated to his room
    and slept.
    Early in the morning, the meditator awoke with an intense insight: the young
    boy needed light for his healing. By 8:00 AM, the experiment was begun

    Figure 3. Measurements ofphotons per second.
    After the meditator spent an hour in the dark chamber, the background count
    returned to 20 photons/sec (Figure 3). Then the meditator did a healing
    meditation in which he mentally placed the sick boy in front of himself and
    “sent light” to the boy on the exhalation coming from his heart. This is a
    technique of Heart Rhythm Meditation. This was, in comparison to the
    complex and intense meditations of the previous day, a rather simple and easy
    meditation. The effort required by the meditator was emotional rather than
    mental and very minor in comparison to the previous trials of intense concentration. The computer measured 100,000 photons/second consistently for half
    an hour, until the meditation was stopped. This would be enough light to be
    barely visible. It has been estimated that 1000 photons/sec entering the eye
    are enough to create a visible sensation. Actually, only a few photons/sec
    striking the retina are sufficient, but the eyeball absorbs nearly a thousand
    photons/sec in its lens and fluid.
    As a comparison, the meditator then unwrapped his wristwatch which had a
    florescent dial and held it in front of his chest. The computer indicated 1
    million photons/sec. In the dark chamber, with his eyes adjusted to the absolute

    darkness, the light of the wristwatch’s dial seemed to be bright enough to read
    Light generation was eventually achieved by the combination of effective
    meditation technique and the intention of sending light to a specific patient
    in need of healing. The meditation technique used is called Heart Rhythm
    Meditation and is detailed in the book, Living from the Heart (Random
    House, 1998), authored by the meditator. Without healing intention, in spite
    of his best efforts using a variety of meditations he had mastered, the meditator
    was not able to generate consistent light emissions.
    The amount of light emitted from his chest and reaching a photomultiplier
    directly in front, three feet away, was two orders of magnitude greater than
    what is required for visibility, and one order of magnitude less than what is
    required for reading with dark-adjusted eyes.
    The results serve as a warning to those conducting objective experiments
    in subtle energy where there is not a need for actual healing. It seems
    that a known, specific receiver subject is necessary to empower the
    transmitter subject.
    The emission of light from other angles and from other parts of the body was
    not tested. Furthermore, the frequency of light was not measured, only the
    amplitude in the instrument’s range of sensitivity.
    CORRESPONDENCE: Puran Bair • Institute for Applied Meditation • P.O. Box
    86149 • Tucson, AZ 85754
    1. Puran Bair, Living From the Heart (Random House, New York, NY, 1998)

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