Improved Immune Response with Heart Rhythm Meditation

Improved Immune Response with Heart Rhythm Meditation

The "Mother Teresa Effect"

Seeing a film about Mother Teresa raised S-IgA, immunoglobin A in saliva, a marker of the immune system, in 132 Harvard students. She was walking; she was not speaking in English. (Study by Dr. David McClelland of Harvard University)

This is the effect of being moved in one's heart. Heart Rhythm Meditation focuses on the heart and produces strong emotions of compassion and love.

Heart Rhythm Meditation produces entrainment, and entrainment has been shown in a research study to produce the Mother Teresa Effect.

About the Author

Puran Bair is an American mystic, co-founder of iamHeart, and an instrumental figure in bringing heart-based meditation to the public. He designed the curriculum of iamU and pioneered the teaching of meditation in online courses. Since 1971 Puran has worked with leading researchers to measure the effects of meditation on heart-rhythm, brain waves, and electromagnetism, demonstrating mastery of both transcendent and heart-centered meditation techniques.

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