A Balanced Approach to Wellness!

heart-best friend

When we fly, our hearts fly with us.

People who are nervous when they fly cause their hearts to contract. People who are excited when they fly cause their hearts to beat faster. People who are angry when they fly cause their hearts to contract and beat faster.

People who are hungry when they fly cause their hearts to work harder. People who are thirsty when they fly cause their hearts to contract and work harder.

People who are constipated when they fly cause their hearts to feel tightness or feel antsy. People who are ill when they fly cause their hearts to feel tightness or stress or pain or spasms, depending on the source of the illness (flying when ill is hard for the body).

The best way to fly for the heart is when a smile comes easily, when excitement is tempered, and when overall health is reasonably well.

Notes

  • This blog post is a reflection of my heart’s connection to God.
  • Tuning into your heart’s wisdom is a step towards spiritual connection.

Comments on: "The heart on a flight" (2)

  1. diane friedgut said:

    beautifully said.

  2. This one’s for me:)

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