How can ancient wisdom about the heart help inform modern cardiac sciences? In this paper by Dr. Abdullah A. Alabdulgader, he explores ancient concepts of the important role the heart plays in our health, consciousness, and interactions with others and our environment and how recent scientific evidence supports ancient beliefs about the heart.
Recent advances in the fields of physics, quantum mechanics, computer science, and engineering, among others, have enabled scientists and researchers to better study and understand the complex interactions between the heart and brain as well as how outside influences, such as solar storms and geomagnetic activity, can affect autonomic nervous system (ANS) activity. Although these findings are groundbreaking to scientists, many ancient mystics and philosophers were already keenly aware of the dynamic and receptive nature of the heart.
“This ancient wisdom and belief of the human heart as a mind, source of intelligence and consciousness experience and souvenir of soul, which was thought as the myth of ancient ages, is truly intersecting with the state of art cutting edge cardiac sciences of our current era.”
Learn more about this cutting edge research and the important role our heart plays in our consciousness here!
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He established the first registry of congenital heart diseases in the middle east which was followed by a nationwide registry and was credited for being the first to described a new congenital anomaly of the heart in 2005. He established a series of international conferences (King of Organs) for advanced cardiac sciences in 2006 which is the first medical conference that explores topics related to the information processing and energetic role of the heart.
Dr. Alabdulgader believes that we are at the start of a true revolution in the history of medicine, and his understanding of the broader role of the human heart in ethical, religious and social contexts has drawn major media attention. He was recently elected as a member of the scientific board of the International committee on Global Geological and Environmental Change.