Giving & Do You Mind? – Simple Clues to Being in Your Heart #5 & #6

Published on October 26, 2022

When we follow our heart’s design, we feel that good feeling flowing, just like when we fall in love. Then we want to do things for people. Anything, just anything! We will do anything when we are in love. And our reward is that feeling that wells up inside, that feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment, feeling full, feeling love, feeling at peace with ourselves.

So, another simple clue: Do you feel like giving yourself? Our hearts just want to give. Whenever we love someone, we want to provide things for them. This is not the calculated giving of the mind but just a rush of well-being that says, “Is there anything I can do for you.” We just want to stroke them, buy things for them, and please them. However, once we open our hearts, we might have a problem because we live in a world that does not always return that love, so life here on earth demands that we grow strong in our hearts to weather disappointments.

Do You Mind?
Simple Heart Clue #6

Our true hearts are spontaneous and tend to speak out without thought. That is why many feel that the heart is a bit stupid. The purest person is mindless. They take no thought for what comes out of their mouths. The purest person does not mind anything! So, this is another clue: Do you mind? When we are in our hearts, we say, “I don’t mind.”

In our more personal lives, we don’t mind picking up after the ones we love, picking up their socks, and doing things for them. But when we are in our minds, we constantly mind things. We do mind. We get irritated quickly and don’t want to give. And then all the little things get us angry.

If our consciousness is occupied with a mind full of thoughts, our center of gravity is automatically shifted upward to the more surface vibrations of the mind. The reality of life is that we are constantly minding everything, busy analyzing, judging, expecting, reacting, identifying, and attaching ourselves. One of the tricks to searching out the world of the heart is to begin to mind the heart, paying attention to what is happening in our feeling center. We can use the mind to probe the secrets of the heart. It is one of the best things we can do with our minds.

Personal Note: I suffered greatly in my early life but for no real objective reason. It was an internal torment that I had to deal with, not the death of anyone I loved, the destruction of life and family, or anything approaching that. However, my suffering was understandable, considering I had a mind the size of a barn.

One of the main ways we discover the heart is through suffering. Many great philosophers have said that the heart can bleed like no other organ. We all have our personal trips, but now the four horsemen of the apocalypse are riding, and the angel of death is working overtime.

It will take great heart to deal with life in the coming years. Our souls will be challenged, and I hope this Heart and Souls Series will bring comfort, guidance, and stability to our lives and families. In mass, we will find that our minds are no anchors, and neither will our bank accounts and credit cards. The heart is our only steadfast anchor. At the moment of our eventual death, only love will comfort us, the love emanating from our own hearts and the hearts of the loved ones who surround us.

These heart teachings are framed on a level of life that transcends individual religions and intense attachments to certain beliefs. Since God lives beyond thought, it is not a bad idea for us to detach from many of our ideas, concepts, and opinions ourselves.

They say our eyes are the windows onto our souls. We often can see and feel the pure heart of animals. But, unfortunately, we will not find such eyes in our leaders, bankers, or doctors who inject vaccines full of poisons into our children.

We are facing a real crisis in modern civilization simply because of a great lack of heart. We will not hear from industrialists any sorry for the hurt and ruin they do, and it is the rare pediatrician who will apologize for the death of an infant soon after vaccination. Arrogance is what arises to replace the heart, and a rigidity of the mind.

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Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

Professor of Natural Oncology, Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine
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