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Journal Cites, Importance of and Strategies For Social Coherence

Journal Cites, Importance of and Strategies For Social Coherence

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Journal Cites, Importance of and Strategies For Social Coherence

Being out of sorts, or off our game because of Illness or injury, anger or anxiety or when we become stressed out and overwhelmed can cause deterioration in our personal coherence levels. Likewise, dysfunction within a group – large or small – because of animosity, jealousy, judgment or other negative conditions can signal a weakening of social coherence and, ultimately, lead to a group’s success or failure.

"Social coherence," writes HeartMath Institute Director of Research Rollin McCraty, "relates to the harmonious alignment between couples or pairs, family units, small groups, or larger organizations in which a network of relationships exists among individuals who share common interests and objectives." McCraty, one of today’s foremost researchers of coherence and heart rate variability, was writing for the October issue of the journal, Frontiers in Public Health.

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Study, New Analysis Technique Support Group Synchronization With Magnetic Fields

Study, New Analysis Technique Support Group Synchronization With Magnetic Fields

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Study and Newly Developed Analysis Technique Support Group Synchronization With Magnetic Fields

The interpersonal relationships of a group of individuals in Lithuania were found to affect the degree of synchronization of their heart rhythms as well as changes in local magnetic fields during a recently published research study.

The research, which supported a HeartMath hypothesis on these effects, was conducted using a newly developed and validated analysis technique by researchers at the Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania. The study, Identification of a Group’s Physiological Synchronization with Earth’s Magnetic Field, was published in September in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

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