The understanding of a heart’s EM field begins with the brain. The main components of the brain provide a strong illustration of human evolution. These can be understood as our basic neural building blocks, sequentially and historically layered, one on top of the other.

The brain is comprised of:

  • The reptilian brain: the basic engine for our involuntary biological activities such as our heartbeat, breathing, and body temperature. It’s also the repository of our most primal instincts for survival and reproduction.
  • The limbic brain: contains our ability to record and process experiences. The limbic response is the foundation of our cognitive and emotional engagement with the world, and it’s the main battleground where our emotions and memories influence our cognitive decisions.
  • The neocortex.

In this video, presenter Frederick Tamagi shares the basics of how the brain works to further understand its connection to the human heart.