A Balanced Approach to Wellness

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For a while now, I’ve been receiving spiritual information about the heart. The reasons are partly general and partly personal.

In general, understanding the heart and its physical and intangible aspects is worthwhile. The more we know about the heart, the more we can care for our own hearts. And of course, the more we care for our own hearts, the better our health will be.

The personal aspect of the heart information is in the way in which I receive it. Since 2012 when I began to receive spiritual wisdom, I have communicated with Spirit through kinesiology muscle testing. I feel a direction and then ask questions, receiving Yes or No answers through my fingers. I then build the information word by word. The questioning takes time and requires my patience and willingness to explore many avenues before receiving the wisdom.

I still receive spiritual wisdom through the questioning, but now I also receive it through my heart. I “breathe” into my heart and then the spiritual information enters my head. I feel the direction and the words as ideas and phrases, and the information flows more easily.

The heart breathing requires my intention and my openness to receive. It requires my trust and my willingness to flow with the information transfer.

The sharing of heart wisdom has been for you and for me. Together, we have explored many aspects of the heart, while I have been learning to “hear” the wisdom through my own heart. I hope you are finding this journey to heart awareness enriching and empowering. I haven’t yet finished with the heart topics, but this seems a good time to pause and share my journey. If you’d like to know more about my connection to the spiritual wisdom, write me a comment below.

Here’s to heart exploration!!

Comments on: "Why focus on the heart?" (2)

  1. Thanks for all of your time and devotion to learning and sharing the wisdom received. I may not be the best at acting upon the wisdom given, but I’m definitely processing it. It means a lot to the “ungifted” that you are so generous in sharing the wisdom and insights that you receive.

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