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Title: Secrets of The Heart Between Science and Belief


1
Secrets of The Heart Between Science and Belief
ABDUL DAEM AL KAHEEL www.kaheel7.com/eng
Translated by Ahmed Adham ahmed.adham.eg_at_gmail.c
om
2
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most
Merciful
Have they not traveled through the land, and have
they hearts wherewith to understand and ears
wherewith to hear? Verily, it is not the eyes
that grow blind but it is the hearts which are in
the breasts that grow blind.
This research offers a scientific vision for the
heart which agree with the descended Quran
fourteen century ago
3
The Day whereon neither wealth nor sons will
avail, Except him who brings to Allah a clean
heart clean from polytheism and hypocrisy
(Sûrat Ash-Shuarâ- verse 88-89)
What is the objective of this research?
- God mentioned the heart more than hundred times
in Quran which refers to the importance of
this organ.
- Your health is measured by the health of your
heart.
- When heart is stopped , it means your life was
ended.
- If heart is in a good condition, it means all
the body in a good condition and if it is in a
bad condition the entire body is in a bad
condition , so heart determines your fate.
- O My dear, dont read this research just for
information but it is very important for all of
us in this world and in the hereafter.
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Introduction.. What is the new in this research
HEART
This research is based on more than 70 scientific
references
This research offers a new vision for human heart
, for many years scientists studied heart from
the physiological side and they considered it
only a blood pumping machine no more no less, but
starting from the twenty one century and because
of the high development in heart transplantation
and artificial heart surgeries , researchers
started to notice a strange and vague phenomenon
which is a change in the patient's psychological
status after heart transplantation !!
5
Heart Affects our psychology
Heart has a vital role in human psychology!

we are going to review the latest
scientific
researches about this phenomenon . This
phenomenon is the change in psychology of the
patient who exchanged his natural heart with an
artificial one as he face a serious psychological
changes in what he loves and what he hate and
also in his beliefs.
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Heart and the embryo!!
Heart is created before brain , and it starts to
pulse from its first day till death.
The heart start its mission since you are an
embryo (21 days after start of pregnancy) to
pumping blood to the entire body, when you are
adult your heart can pump more than seventy
thousand liter of blood every day. When you reach
the age of seventy, the total pumped amount of
blood would be more than million barrel during
these years.
7
Heart Is more than a blood pumping machine!
Heart can remember, feel and send orders to all
organs of the body.

Heart contains a
sophisticated

network of neurons and it secrete hormones
that control the entire body, it can remember
,feel and control emotions as each heart
strike transmits messages to brain and all
organs of the body , these messages are no more
than electromagnetic signals , heart
performance and its signals change according to
the emotional status of heart.
Does your heart sense your emotional state?
www.msnbc.msn.com, Jan. 26, 2006.
8
Surprise Hearts think and understand !
Many researches confirm that heart controls the
entire body not only brain
Many researchers believe that heart leads brain
and each heart cell has a memory!! DR.
Schwartz say that our history is written
inside each cell in our body , also many
researchers believe that heart cells store
information.
University of Hawaii.
9
Heart mechanism
Heart provides all cells of our body with oxygen,
as cells picks up oxygen to burn it to feed
itself, and then it throw carbon gas and poisoned
materials in blood as heart pumps it again toward
the lungs which purify blood and throw carbon gas
during the breathing process (inhalation and
exhalation). length of the vascular network in
our body is about one hundred thousand kilometer.
Human heart pumps blood through a network of
blood vessels . Its length is up to100000
kilometer!!
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The relation Between heart and brain

Only from thirty years,
researchers
started to
notice the relation between

brain and heart when they
noticed that
heart has a vital role in understanding the
surrounded world and they had found that heart
can affect the electrical activity of brain.
Paul Pearsall, Gary E. Schwartz, Linda G. Russek,
Organ Transplants and Cellular Memories, Nexus
Magazine, April - May 2005.
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The neural system of the heart
Lately , scientists discovered secrets of the
neural system of the heart.

Dr. Armour
say that Heart has a special system in processing
incoming information from entire body and the
success of any heart transplantation surgery
depends on the neural system of the transplanted
heart and how much it is able to adapt with the
patient.
Science of the heart, Institute of HeartMath
12
Memory.. is not only in brain

Prof Gary Schwartz specialist in

Psychiatry in Arizona University

and Prof Linda Russek believe that

heart has a special power which

enables it to store and process

information. Therefore memory is

not only in brain but also in heart. Prof Gary
made a research which included more than three
hundred patient who performed transplantation
surgery and he found that all patients were
exposed to many psychological changes after the
surgery.
Brain
Linda Marks, THE POWER OF THE HEART.
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Heart. And sentiment of the mother

Prof Gary Schwartz says
we
performed a heart
transplantation surgery for an ill child as we
implanted heart of a dead child in the body of
the ill one. Mother of the dead child says every
time I huge the child I feel as if my child is
still alive and that child is my own one.
Pearsall P, Schwartz GE, Russek LG, Changes in
heart transplant recipients that parallel the
personalities of their donors, School of Nursing,
University of Hawaii.
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Heart. and feelings
People who implanted artificial hearts had lost
their feeling with love and sentiments
An interesting discovery that is all people who
changed their hearts with an artificial one had
lost their feelings and their ability to love. In
11/8/2007, the American newspaper "Washington
post" published reportage about Peter Houghton
who performed an artificial heart transplant
surgery. He says my feelings had changed, I am
not able to know what I hate and what I love even
I don't have feelings toward any of my grandchild.
Washington Post, 11/8/2007
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Scientists admit. That they didnt study heart
enough
Till this moment, scientists don't understand
this phenomenon and the secret behind that
psychological change. Prof Arthur Caplan Head of
Medical Ethics at University of Pennsylvania
says scientists used to
deal with human body as if it is a machine and we
never gave any attention to the relation between
feelings and organs of our body.
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A brain in the heart
Heart contains
40000
neuron

Heart pulses rate
is
changing
according to the psychological and emotional
status of us. DR J. Andrew Armour confirm that
there is a very complicated brain inside the
heart. In our heart there are more than forty
thousand neuron which works in an extraordinary
precision to control heart pulses, hormone
production and information storing. then this
information are sent to brain. This information
plays a vital role in realizing and
understanding.
Science of the heart, Institute of HeartMath
17
Heart directs brains neurons

Researchers confirm
that
information flows
from heart to inside brain through special paths,
as these information leads brain cells to be able
to understand and realize , nowadays scientists
are working to establish many centers concerned
about studying relationship between heart and
brain and the relation between heart and
cognitive and psychological operations.
Incoming information from heart
www.heartmath.org
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The Hearts code

After many researches, DR Paul Pearsall
say
heart can feel and remember and
it transmit
vibrations to communicate with
other hearts,
also it helps in organizing
immunity of the
body. also it transmit
information in each
pulse to the entire body therefore some
researchers have got a question , is it possible
for memory to stay deep inside our hearts? in his
book the hearts code Dr Paul says" when you
suddenly feel with anything or when you feel
happy or sad , you put your hand on your breast
without feeling
The Heart's Code, 1999.
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Heart Transmits information to brain

Today, researches confirm
that
heart with its
organized
harmony controls
the entire
body as it
considered to be a method to linking all cells,
when blood goes into each cell then it feed these
cells not only with oxygen but also with
information.
Heart
Institute of HeartMath.
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The electrical field of heart
HEART

In heart math institute
they
found that heart
has a very
strong
electrical field
which
affects all surrounding people. Therefore human
can communicate with others only with his heart
without talking. !! Also they found a relation
between number of heart pulses and the
transmitted waves from brain (Alfa waves). The
more heart pulses the more transmitted waves from
brain.
Science of the heart, Institute of HeartMath.
21
Heart .. Affects other hearts

The heart math institute had

performed many experiments to

prove that heart transmit

electromagnetic vibrations
which
affect brain. So heart may
affect
the realizing and the understanding of human,
also they found that heart transmit a very strong
electrical field which controls the entire body.
Science of the heart, Institute of HeartMath.
22
Heartand realization
Heart performance changes during receiving of
information ,which prove that heart has a vital
role in realization , also it prove that healthy
hearts leads to more understanding !!
Rollin
McCraty and Mike Atkinson had made
a research which
was published in the
annual meeting of the Pavlovian
Society.
They found that there is a relation between
heart and realization. They proved this relation
by measuring the electromagnetic activity of
heart and brain when people are trying to
understand something. They found that when heart
performance is in a low level, realizing also
will be low.
Rollin McCraty, The Scientific Role of the Heart
in Learning and Performance.
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Heart.. affects brain of the other people
www.heartmath.org

The results of the Institute of

Heart Math was marvelous
.they
found that when you
speak or
touch another person,
changes in your heart will affect the brain
activities of the other person!! This means that
your heart affects his brain. Also, researchers
confirm that the heart affected by nice words so
that pulses rate changes also the electromagnetic
field of the heart.
Science of the heart, Institute of HeartMath.
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????? ?????????
A new story. To prove that heart is the center
of belief
One
day a woman married a man and after
couple of years
and due to his atheism, he
committed suicide by a gun
to end his life.
doctors found that his heart is in a
good
condition so they decided to implant it in
a body
of an ill man who used to a believer. by
coincidence , that man met the widow of the dead
man (who committed suicide), when he saw her he
felt as if he knows her from a long time , and he
told her that he is in love with her and he can't
live without her. But the surprise is that the
believer man became atheist till he decided to
suicide by a gun. He shot himself in head and he
died by the same way as the atheist man did!!
Explanation is very simple, the realization and
thinking center is in heart not brain.
Daily Mail, 10/4/2008
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Holy Qur'an.. and cardiology
Did Qur'an precede west scientists?
The holy Quran told us about some facts in
cardiology , these facts were undiscovered till
the twenty one century . Current researches
expose many facts about miracles in Quran to be
a clear reply on skeptics who believe that Quran
is a human made.
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They have hearts wherewith they understand not
Quran confirms that . heart is a way to
understanding


1.Heart
is a thinking method.

2.Eye is a sight method.

3.Ear is a hearing method.

God be blessed and exalted says ( And
surely, we have created many of the jinn and
mankind for Hell. They have hearts
wherewith they understand not, and they
have eyes wherewith they see not, and
they have ears wherewith they hear not (the
truth). They are like cattle, nay even
more astray those! They are the heedless ones )
(Sûrat Al-Arâf - verse 179).
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Quran refers to .. Hearts role in realization

Today , scientists
tell
us about a
brain in the
heart
which consists of 40000 neuron and it leads the
brain in its missions , so our God created heart
as a method of understanding , God says( Have
they not traveled through the land, and have they
hearts wherewith to understand and ears wherewith
to hear? Verily, it is not the eyes that grow
blind, but it is the hearts which are in the
breasts that grow blind.) ( Sûrat Al-Hajj
verse46).
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Also, scientists tell us about the vital role of
the heart in understanding and realizing , God
says (They have hearts wherewith they understand
not) ( Sûrat Al-Arâf - verse 179), so Qur'an
told us about heart as a realization center in
human body.
Heart Has a vital role in realization
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Heart. Between hardness and softness
Can we precede western scientists in discovering
characteristics of heart from the holy Quran?
Most people who implanted an artificial heart
feel that their heart became solid with no
feeling or love inside, God says to Jews (Then,
after that, your hearts were hardened and became
as stones or even worse in hardness) ( Sûrat
Al-Baqarah- verse 74) .Qur'an told us about two
features of our heart which are hardness and
softness, so God says about disbelievers ( So
woe to those whose hearts are hardened against
remembrance of Allah! They are in plain error)
(Sûrat Az-Zumar - verse 22) ,but on the other
hand God says about believers ( Then their skin
and their heart soften to the remembrance of
Allah) ( Sûrat Az-Zumar - verse 23) .
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Quran refers to . Heart memory


Scientists

confirm that each

cell in our heart is considered to
be a warehouse for events and information .so
scientists tell us about memory of the heart, God
be he blessed and exalted told us that everything
is in heart. God says ( but that Allah might
test what is in your breasts and to examine
closely which was in your hearts (sins), and
Allah is All-Knower of what is in (your)
breasts.) ( Sûrat ÂlImrân verse 154).
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Heart . And learning
Neurons in the heart stores information!
According to the most recent researches, heart
has an important role in learning because it
leads and control brain's neurons. Qur'an linked
between heart and learning. God says ( and Allah
has sealed up their hearts (from all kinds of
goodness and right guidance) so that they know
not (what they are losing).) ( Sûrat At-Taubah -
verse 93)
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Heart And lying
Quran determines lying area and truth area

Now , it is confirmed that

laying center is in the
forelock
which is in the
upper front of brain, scientists observed a great
activity in this area when man tell lies , but
the stored information in heart is real and
sincere, so when a man tell lies he speaks by his
tongue with what is not in his heart . God says
( They say with their tongues what is not in
their hearts) (Sûrat Al-Fath - verse 11) . Tongue
obeys the forelock, God says about this forelock
( A lying, sinful forelock) (Sûrat Al-Alaq
verse 16).
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Heart. and belief

Many stories confirm that anyone

use an artificial heart may lose his

belief in God , which confirm that belief is
in heart not brain ,also Quran referred to
hearts role in human belief in saying (O
Messenger let not those who hurry to fall into
disbelief grieve you, of such who say "We
believe" with their mouths but their hearts have
no faith ) (Sûrat Al-Mâidah-verse 41 ) also God
confirm on hearts role in directing people to
the Straight Way (and whosoever believes in
Allah, He guides his heart to the true Faith And
Allah is the All-Knower of everything.) (Sûrat
At-Taghâbun verse 11)
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Heart. and Fear

After many researches on

the artificial heart, scientists

had found that heart has a vital

role in fear and scare , as
when
they asked the man who

implanted an artificial heart ,

he told them that he became not
able to feel with fear , the Qur'an told us about
hearts that feel with fear, God says ( The
believers are only those who, when Allah is
mentioned, feel a fear in their hearts and when
His Verses (this Qur'an) are recited unto them,
they (i.e. the Verses) increase their Faith and
they put their trust in their Lord (Alone)) (
Sûrat Al-Anfâl - verse 2) also God says (and
He cast terror into their hearts) ( Sûrat
Al-Hashr- verse2).
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The prophetic Miracle

Prophet Mohamed (peace

be upon him) had

preceded all western

scientists when he told us

fourteen century ago
about heart and its importance for the entire
body and for the soul , therefore if heart is
in a good condition and good relation with God
the entire body would be in a good condition .
That is confirmed when we review case of the man
who implanted the artificial heart and how much
his body and feeling were destroyed , the prophet
said ( in the body there is a little lump of
flesh if it is in a good condition the entire
body will be good and if it is in a bad condition
the entire body will be bad , this little lump of
flesh is heart).
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Breast Memory


Scientists identified

Many changes after

performing heart or
lung change operation . We know that humans
breast contains heart and lung , We can conclude
that what inside breast is responsible for
memory. God says (but that Allah might test
what is in your breasts and to purify that
which was in your hearts (sins), and Allah is
All-Knower of what is in (your) breasts.) (Sûrat
Âl-Imrân verse 154) .
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Quran refers to role of the breast in
storing information
Scientists found a profound changes in
personality of patients after lung implantation
surgery. Quran referred to role of the breast
in storing information, God says (And whether
you keep your talk secret or disclose it, Verily,
He is the All-Knower of what is in the breasts
(of men) ) (Sûrat Al-Mulk verse 13).
researchers confirm (see attached references )
that heart and lung cells (what is inside breast
) store information .
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Heart stability
Verily, in the remembrance of Allah
do hearts find rest
By experiment ,they found that listening to
Quran heals heart disturbance and remove
psychological tension.

Scientists confirm that the first

reason of death is the

disturbance in heart mechanism and the best
treatment is to keep heart stable, also it was
proved that some sound frequencies may affect
performance of heart .is there a better than the
sound of Qur'an ? God says ( Those who believed
(in the Oneness of Allah), and whose hearts find
rest in the remembrance of Allah verily, in the
remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest) ( Sûrat
Ar-Rad verse 28). Indeed, reading this verse
leads to a big rest and stability in heart.
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The results
  • Heart is not only a pumping machine , it stores
    information and distribute orders to entire body
    and it controls brain , so heart is dominating
    the entire body.
  • Heart has a vital role in understanding , God
    speaks to atheists and skeptics saying (They
    have hearts wherewith they understand not).
  • In many verses Quran mentioned that heart has an
    important role in learning, love, hate and fear.
  • western doctors havent realize all these facts
    because of the great difficulty of that kind of
    researches . So , we hope that Muslim
    scientists do some efforts concerning heart as
    they may get treatment of some incurable
    diseases.

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Let not our hearts deviate (from the truth) after
You have guided us, and grant us mercy from You.
Truly, You are the Best granter.) Sûrat Âl-Imrân-
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