HeartMind Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research and education organization that specializes in Biofield Science, a branch of biophysics that focuses on the biofield -- the subtle electromagnetic energy field that is radiated by all living organisms. We've been offering practical applications of our biofield research since 2010. We offer classes and workshops to anyone who is interested in learning to consciously modulate the amplitude of their biofield energy in order to optimize physical, mental, and emotional health, and accelerate healing.
At a quantum level, the human body is essentially made of light. It radiates an electromagnetic field known as the biofield, which is fueled by biophotons -- quantum particles of light that transmit energy and information throughout the body, helping to regulate processes and maintain homeostasis. Biophoton activity is an indicator of the functional state of the cells and the overall health of the individual. Our research is primarily focused on developing viable means for consciously accelerating biophoton activity and increasing the amplitude of the biofield, in order to promote optimal health and accelerate healing.
We offer practical applications of our research to Healthcare and Allied Healthcare professionals, as well as anyone else who is interested in learning how to consciously modulate their biofield, and grow their light. Our classes and workshops use a variety of scientifically proven modalities, including: Gamma Brainwave Entrainment, Galvanic Skin Response Biofeedback, Heart Rate Variability Breathing, Mindfulness Meditation, and Biofield Expansion techniques. For more information, click on our Workshops page below:
BIOFIELD SCIENCE AND HEALING
Dr. Shamini Jain is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California at San Diego. She is also a member of UCSD's Center for Integrative Medicine, and is the Founder and Director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI). This talk is from the Sages and Scientists Symposium in 2016.