Heart Test at Isbourne Open Day
On Saturday the 5th of September 2015 The Isbourne Centre held their open day to invite the people of Cheltenham and surrounding areas, to see what is on offer in the way of therapies and other things of a spiritual nature. As a tutor at the Isbourne, I was be able to demonstrate my Heart Analysis Therapy to the visitors that arrived. To me, it is always interesting to see peoples responses when they sit in front of my computer and watch their heart rhythm shown as a moving graph line. Especially interesting when I show them my ZPB Self-Synchronisation Technique.
Over the course of the day, I managed to demonstrate my Breathing and Heartbeat Synchronisation Therapy to about 8 or 10 people.
Here are just a few of the screen shot images that show the dramatic change in heartbeat rhythms that took place.
As you can see, with each graph, the first half is fairly erratic (some more than others), but the second half of each is much more rhythmic.
These are typical results. In fact, I'd say that more than 90% of the time this breathing and heartbeat interrelationship is obvious and plain to see with the graph line.
It has however, been my first hand experience that some people struggle to create a smooth, rhythmic graph plot line despite their best efforts. This is most often due to their hearts beating extra erratically and uncontrollably (such as with Atrial Fibrillation). This can also be true, if if they are on certain types of medication and some Calcium based mineral supplements.
How do you think your heart beats in comparison to these charts?
By reading my ZPB Self-Synchronisation Guidelines Book, you can learn to do a very simple pulse reading test. This can give you a good indication of how erratically or rhythmically your heart is beating.
You may, or may not be aware that heart and coronary disease is currently the no 1 killer of Humans on the planet. So, with that in mind, don't you think that it might be worth doing a simple heart test? Then you can find out if it is beating comfortably. The rhythm your heart beats to will give you a very good indication whether it is happy or not.