The Human Heartbeat
A peaceful heartbeat is said to beat in a Phi rhythm
A normal human heart beats in a phi rhythm, with the T point of a
normal electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) falling at the phi point of the
heart's rhythmic cycle.
Prominent parts of the ECG are the P wave, a deflection
caused by the current originating in the atrium; the QRS complex, showing
the passage of the electrical activity into the ventricles; and the T wave,
as the ventricles reset themselves.
While heartbeats vary,
some believe that a heartbeat that reflects this perfect phi relationship
represents a state of being that is one of health, peace and harmony.
more at Heartbeat2000,
which seeks to study the relationships between the physical heart and the
spiritual heart, that is the soul, of human beings.