The heart is the most powerful organ in our body.
It's a common misconception that the mind or brain is, and the heart is just used to pump blood through the body.
In fact, our heart generates 60 to 1000 times more power and electromagnetic energy than our brain, easily making it our most powerful organ, and the most important.
Using a machine called the magnetocardiogram (MCG) which we can use to measure the magnetic field of our heart we've found that the hearts magnetic field extends up to 12 feet in diameter around the body.
Using this advanced technology, scientists have been able to confirm that;
Every beat of the heart sends out messages to all the cells of the body.
The brain in your head obeys the messages sent by the heart.
The heart can "think" for itself and has the ability to "remember" things.
The heart is actually an intelligent "brain".
We've become aware of this by heart transplant recipients sometimes recieving the affinities, the memories and the laws of the donor when they've recieved their new heart.
A seven-year-old girl had recurring nightmares about being killed after receiving the heart of another child who had been murdered. Her descriptions of the murderer as well as the murder weapon led to the arrest and conviction of the killer
Paul Oldam, a lawyer from Milwaukee, received the heart of a 14-year-old boy and inherited a strange new craving for Snickers.
A 47-year-old Caucasian male received a heart from a 17-year-old African-American male. The recipient was surprised by his new-found love of classical music. He discovered later that the donor, who loved classical music and played the violin, had died in a drive-by shooting, clutching his violin case to his chest.