Pioneer in Science and Spirituality – Gregg Braden
New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality and the real world! Gregg had a successful career as a computer geologist during the 70’s, worked as a Senior Laison with the U.S. Air Force Space Command in the 80’s, and later became the first Technical Operations Manager at Cisco. Since the mid-80’s he has explored high mountain villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to bring their timeless secrets forward and merge with the best science of today.
Gregg has written several best selling books about science and spirituality and his 2015 book, Resilience From the Heart, is a rewrite and renaming of an earlier publication, The Turning Point: Creating Resilience in a Time of Extremes. If you are looking for clarity in our ever changing world, Resilience From the Heart blends the best of modern science and ancient wisdom. You will find strategies and applications for connecting with your heart and building resilience to aid you through the changes and challenges of life.
Another way to deeply explore Braden’s views and wisdom around heart intelligence is through a course offered by Hay House University entitled You Are Wired to Thrive. This course is packed with research about the little brain in the heart and the role heart intelligence can have in our lives. Our own heart intelligence knows what is true and essential for us. His information is eye opening in this changing world as we face new challenges. It’s easy to think things are going badly until we see the big picture. Braden offers ideas and solutions as well as research on the convergence of cycles that trigger evolution. These new tools for heart intelligence will help us to deal with change and provide a higher capacity for resilience.
Gregg has a new book that is well worth the read:
You’ll find an introduction to his ideas on resilience, heart coherence and more about this book in this summary of his interview with Dr. Robyn Benson.