Giving a Voice to Nature: A Global Network for Monitoring Tree Potentials webinar
Join Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., for Giving a Voice to Nature: A Global Network for Monitoring Tree Potentials, a webinar presentation of HeartMath Institute (HMI) and the Global Coherence Initiative (GCI).
Over the last 10 months, we’ve been telling you about a new project in HeartMath’s Institute’s interconnectivity research in which we are exploring the energetic relationship between humans and trees. The initial phase of the Interconnectivity Tree Research Project has been completed and researchers now are ready to begin Phase II. So, we are preparing a free informational webinar to tell you the latest about this fascinating area of research.
HMI Director of Research Rollin McCraty will present Giving a Voice to Nature: A Global Network for Monitoring Tree Potentials webinar on May 6. McCraty, who is heading up this project, will discuss what he and his staff have learned thus far while monitoring the tree potentials of oak and redwood trees in a Northern California forest area. McCraty will talk about the history of tree potentials research, how trees may predict earthquakes, Phase II of the project and next steps, plus a lot more.
What you will learn …
You may recall that Phase I of the project involved monitoring a half-dozen oaks and redwoods, the creation of a system for efficiently measuring tree potentials from multiple redwood trees simultaneously in a grove. Equipment and software were developed and tested, including new tree amplifier devices, a data-acquisition and system-controller and communications system.
I hope you will have an opportunity to participate in our May webinar and hear Dr. McCraty talk about the next steps in this project.
Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., director of scientific research at HeartMath Institute, is a psychophysiologist whose interests include heart rate variability, heart-brain interactions, the intelligence of the human heart and the physiology of emotion. He is widely published in those and other areas of research, including mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behavior, health and the global interconnectivity between people and Earth’s energetic systems. He has been instrumental in researching and developing the HeartMath System of tools and technology.
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