Hearts and Souls Series – Introduction

Published on October 13, 2022

Twenty-seven years ago, I began writing about the love of the heart, its feelings, vulnerabilities, and the crucial place it needs to take in our consciousness. There are many things to understand about this mysterious organ we call the heart. There are many dimensions beyond the physical manifestations of that pump organ that beats 110,000 times a day and puts out a strong electromagnetic field.

Starting today, I will try to forget the world of medicine and the mayhem that is spreading worldwide and focus on the essential organ that sits in the center of our being. We have seven levels of perceptions that our minds are sensitive to, and then on a more synthesis level, our emotions, which reflect the quality of our thoughts, experiences, and perceptions.

Humanity is under assault from natural and human sources, and we feel it. There is no denying the pain, suffering, sickness, and death that is happening increasingly around us through suicide, genetic injections, war, and now increasingly will come hunger and famine coupled with the inability to keep as warm as we would like this coming winter. Germans are bracing for the coldest and possibly even the darkest winter in a generation due to rising risks of power blackouts.

When we separate from the pain of one person, we separate from the pain
of all people, and we separate from our hearts that feel the pain.

So almost every day for the next few weeks, or longer, I will be publishing about deeper spiritual and psychological things with the aim of helping people understand and deal with themselves as our modern civilization goes up in flames.

Unfortunately for us, we will be lied to about everything by the media. The reality is that at one end of the spectrum, we have the pure heart that cares totally, and at the other, the sociopath and psychopaths. They have lost all capacity to feel, all capacity for empathy. And the rest of us are somewhere in-between.

We need now more than ever to look at our conflicts and life situations with clarity and grace. Being able to access the clarity of our feelings and the clarity of our hearts translates into more objectivity and a heightened sense of intelligence. What I am going to publish, I hope, will help people find a pathway into the full powers of much-needed emotional and ‘feeling’ intelligence.

The deeper we dive into the heart and open to its super intelligent ways, the more balanced, coherent, and healthy our bodies, minds, and emotions become. A simple but powerful movement into the heart center of feelings can result in the following:

  • Change in heart rhythm and heartbeat.
  • Balancing of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
  • Reduce muscle tension.
  • Alleviate pressure on the spinal column.
  • Increased mental clarity and objectivity.
  • Help balance the endocrine system.
  • Reduce mental disease.
  • Increase Intuitive levels of perception by making us more receptive to sensitive feelings.
  • Decrease the rate of the aging process. (Keep us feeling young) Reduce arterial collection of cholesterol.
  • Reduce Blood pressure.
  • Anti-depressive effect.
  • Improve overall energy levels.
  • Deepens levels of internal perception and self-understanding.
  • Increases overall human intelligence.
  • Renew self-confidence.
  • Make you happier.
  • Leads a person into the center where self-love and understanding of others is more easily found.
  • Increase harmony in social relationships. (Save marriages)

The heart represents our essential capacity to feel, and the head can think. Books like Emotional Intelligence highlight the recent awakening to our feelings’ deep and crucial intelligence. Since it is widely recognized that avoiding emotional suffering is the basis of much mental and physical illness, we can safely say that anything that directly increases a person’s capacity to feel and face complicated feelings and emotions will increase overall health.

The Universe of the Heart

Do we really understand the heart?
Are we brave enough to seek out its hidden
mysteries, swim in its deep green seas?

The most challenging subject, after all, is the most simple. It is hard for the mind, which loves argument and complexity, to enter the kingdom of heaven, which was Christ’s way of describing the heart’s domain. Nevertheless, the most profound mysteries and significant challenges lie ahead for those brave enough to investigate the hidden depths of the heart. The heart lives in the fourth dimension, and our third-dimensional minds have little ability to cope with its unpredictable ways.

All hearts are in love with the same truth,
the truth of being a being
and being true to that being.

When we say heart, we are not talking about the chambered, muscular organ in vertebrates that pumps blood. In spiritual terms, the heart represents the totality of our being, both the conscious and unconscious self. It has been traditionally thought to be the vital center of one’s being, emotions, and sensibilities and is seen as the repository of one’s most profound and sincerest feelings. The heart is strongly associated with our capacity for sympathy, generosity, compassion, love, and affection. When we say someone has a heart, we mean that they are warm and loving, tender and open.

The true nature of a pure heart
is a river without end, a flow, a tide,
and an endless fountain of love
and courage to meet life.

The word heart is also associated with courage, resolution, and fortitude. These qualities of being that measure our firmness of will or the callousness required to carry out an unpleasant task or responsibility; qualities of heart that contrast with the above, tenderness and compassion. This side of the heart demonstrates a tougher kind of love, a compassionate ruthlessness, a kind of love that disciplines a child, a type of love present when a surgeon needs to operate without an anesthetic. That kind of love that speaks out and takes a risk and faces the fear of rejection or that kind of love that focuses on truth no matter how unpopular. Here you hear people saying what a brave heart or “lion-hearted” a person is. Most of the new age is associated with the more yin or soft side of the heart and think that the only manifestation of love is seen in niceties, tenderness, and softly spoken words. And they judge this side of the heart as being something cruel, evil, and dark, never knowing that those energies are hiding behind their judgments. The heart is not just mushy and sentimental. It is a vast reservoir of intelligence and power. Within the heart is the trinity of love, power, and intelligence, which must all eventually be balanced to arrive at the place we call pure heart.

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