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Using Emotional Quotient instead of IQ? The Art of Health

Using EQ instead of IQ? – now that really would be an Olympian feat!

The Art of Health, Auckland 6 August 2012

How many people in our so-called ‘first’ world’ countries know how to use their EQ (emotional intelligence) as opposed to their IQ? Does the general population even know what EQ is or how it can benefit their life?

These questions and more will be put to the test in an upcoming online global event where 27 world experts will demonstrate the importance of EQ in wealth creation, health, career, parenting, education, relationships and more.

The Summit, organized by Kim Knight, a 2011 finalist for the New Zealand Woman of the year award, will kick off Tues 4 September with Marvin Oka, co-author with Grant Soosalu of the ground-breaking new book ‘mBraining’ and the ‘mBIT’ (multiple brain integration) technique. Oka and Soosalu demonstrate how the latest findings in neuro-science show we have three complex and functional brains and how we can harness and integrate these multiple brains for greater success, wisdom and happiness.

The summit will also showcase a revolutionary scientific experiment currently underway to measure the effect of mass human emotions on the earth’s magnetic grid. Pioneered by the Institute of HeartMath LLC, a US based institution focused on bringing positive change to the world through cutting-edge technologies, the Global Coherence Initiative is designed to unite people in heart-focused intention in order to facilitate a shift in global consciousness from instability and discord to balance, cooperation and peace.

Described by Jack Canfield, best-selling author of the ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ Series, as “perhaps the greatest experiment in the history of the world”, the Global Coherence Monitoring System (GCMS) is a network of sensitive magnetic field detectors strategically placed around the world to test the hypothesis the earth is affected by mass human emotion. The sensors monitor fluctuations in the Earth’s geomagnetic fields and resonances in the ionosphere.

According to HeartMath “This system will enable a new level of scientific inquiry into the relationship between the earth’s magnetic field, collective human emotions and behaviours and planetary changes”. 14 sensor sites are due to be strategically placed place around the world: 3 are already in place in California, Saudi Arabia and England with 4 more soon to be functioning in New Zealand, Canada, Brazil and South Africa. The sensors are funded by donation.

Global Coherence Initiative Steering Committee member Howard Martin will be a keynote speaker on the upcoming summit where he will discuss the GCI soon-to-be-placed sensor in New Zealand, and how we can create a ‘Global Heart’.

Presenters will demonstrate through proven methodologies how developing and using EQ is essential for personal health, thriving work environments, healthy relationships, the future of education and authentic wealth creation. They will also show how the future of the planet may even depend on the healthy use and development of ‘Heart’ or Emotional Intelligence.

The Summit will run for 2 weeks from 3 September until 18 September. Listeners can tune in from anywhere in the world and there are free listening options. The goal of the paid registration option is to raise USD $10,000 for the Global Coherence Initiative.

For event information and registration see http://www.artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotional-intelligence2012.htm

For details of the Global Coherence Initiative see http://artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotional-intelligence2012-global-coherence.htm

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