Tuesday, 29 January 2013

The Heart's Code by Paul P. Pearsall: Book review

The Heart's Code
Product description

The Heart's Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy, by Dr. Paul P. Pearsall, is 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.

A brief review

★★★★★ The Heart's Code really shows up our brains' egocentric delusion for what it is and reasserts the sadly-neglected heart's central role in connecting, nurturing and integrating (not only in the individual, but transpersonally and non-local).

The book details profound implications for maintaining good physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and healing, going far beyond the blinkered biomechanical view of health that, like the brain, so dominates our modern world.

You may find the repetition in the first half of the book a little annoying, if necessary for the message to really sink in; but stick with it: the second half of the book, which is more practical, gets better and better.

I'm not saying that Pearsall has got it all right, but there is something in what he says, and perhaps much may come of the new cardio-centric model (brain/heart/body Mind), rather than the old encephalo-centric (brain/body) paradigm?


The Heart's Code is available in hardback and paperback, and also e-book format for the Kindle, at both Amazon US and UK web sites (Amazon ASIN: B000FC1IIG). Here is a link to the e-book at Amazon UK.

• By Etienne de L'Amour ~ Google+

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