I would like to dedicate this piece to "Joseph Chilton Pearce":http://www.ttfuture.org/jcp/front, whose lifetime of work has inspired and informed the last 10 years of my own in many helpful ways. Thank you, Joe, champion of the 'Magical Child', from my magical daughter and me...you are a shining example of intellect pursued WITH heart intelligence :-)
"I can't in a brief time share with you the full implications of neurocardiology except to say three things. First, about sixty-five percent of all the cells in the heart are _neural cells_ which are _precisely the same as in the brain_, functioning in precisely the same way, monitoring and maintaining control of the entire mind/brain/body physical process as well as direct unmediated connections between the heart and the emotional, cognitive structures of the brain. Secondly, the heart is the major endocrine glandular structure of the body, which Roget found to be producing the hormones that profoundly affect the operations of body, brain, and mind. Thirdly, the heart produces two and a half watts of electrical energy at each pulsation, creating an electromagnetic field _identical to the electromagnetic field around the earth._ The electromagnetic field of the heart surrounds the body from a distance of twelve to twenty-five feet outward and encompasses power waves such as radio and light waves which comprise the principle source of information upon which the body and brain build our neural conception and perception of the world itself. This verifies all sorts of research from people such as Karl Pribram over a thirty year period, and opens up the greatest mystery we'll ever face."
Joseph Chilton Pearce
Original art by Jay: Taylor, copyright and all rights reserved
Acrylics, watercolours, collaged materials and acrylic mediums on 29.5 cm x 21 cm 300 gsm watercolour paper
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