I am here for one simple reason.
To teach people the important relationship between stress and their hearts, and share simple techniques for managing stress in day-to-day life, naturally, through the power of their hearts—Heart Prana. Prana is the life force energy available to everyone.
I do this by teaching you how to tap into the power of your heart by synching evidence-based heart rythum monitoring (HRV app on your smart phone) with Kundalini meditation therapy. The power of the heart is Heart Prana.
And the results are measurable (for all the geeks like me) so that you know when you’re in the zone of heart coherence (more on this later), the stress-free zone of being.
A little background.
As a young woman working as an EKG tech at our local Community Hospital, I learned one of the most valuable lessons of my life that has silently guided my life’s journey. While taking EKG’s, I witnessed many patients slipping into cardiac arrest as their hearts went “flat line,” I was fascinated to see which patients’ hearts would “choose” to start beating again, and which ones wouldn’t. The outcome seemed completely random, and always surprising. The secret I learned was that:
The heart has a mind of its own.
Despite the many times that I witnessed resuscitation efforts on near-death patients, there was always a moment of awe when a patient’s heart resumed beating on its own. The same medical protocols were followed on each patient in cardiac arrest, yet some hearts would come back and some wouldn’t. Each heart seemed to have a mind of its own.
Stress is the cause of 60% of all diseases (and more)
The human heart has influenced my life’s work ranging from a career in a heart monitoring company working on developing new products, and later formally studying what the ancient Wisdom Traditions and Depth Psychology (psychology of the unconscious mind) had to say about heart wisdom. To get out of my head and open my own heart, I became a certified Kundalini yoga teacher and licensed HearthMath® Coach.
My search for answers beyond technology relating to psychological and physical health and transformation led me to doctoral studies in later life. Examining ancient cultures through the vantage point of mythology and depth psychology opened new perspectives on the human heart, alongside my scientific background. Explorations into ideas about the human heart beyond the pump became my doctoral and postdoctoral research focus.
Ultimately, the outcome of my depth psychological research confirmed my youthful intuition: the heart has a mind of its own and psyche plays its part in the healing or dying outcome alongside Western medicine.
At last, I feel that I have the best of both worlds, and you can too.
Western science and Kundalini yoga bridged by heart rhythm biofeedback. I receive the
benefits of a daily yoga practice with the validation of evidence-based science that my own Western mind desires. And you can too.
Anne Taylor, B.S., Ph.D.