Tuesday, June 26, 2012

How to Stay Open-Hearted in a Harsh Society

Today’s post is the fourth in a series of helpful articles for highly-sensitive people. The full presentation was given February 14, 2012 by Yvonne Perry in the Fizzle to Sizzle Relationship Telesummit hosted by Live-Spirit.com. You may listen to the entire presentation by clicking the arrow in the player below.

The heart is the center of health and well-being. When the heart is healed, the body is healthy. As the heart experience changes, so do life’s experiences. Dreams, thoughts, visions, and limitless possibilities birthed from the Sacred Heart are what affect changes that truly serve our wholeness and support the shift we are making as a species.

Not only does the energy of love and joy belong in our heart, so do our thoughts. When thoughts are run only through the mind, we have multiple problems. When our thoughts are run through the heart, we will feel creative, loved, inspired, and peaceful. We have clear direction and make decisions from a place of clear knowing and clear seeing. In the Sacred Heart we have all the resources we need to make our lives enjoyable and easy. It is when we believe and live as if we are separated from this Sacred Heart that we begin to create by default and bring unpleasant things into our lives. The logical mind would have us believe that we don’t have what we need or that there is lack. When we think from a place of heart centered clear seeing and clear knowing, our heart is filled with a deep sense of confidence and trust.

Love is the greatest power there is. I don’t know of anyone who would not welcome the presence of unconditional love into their human experience. Yet, many people avoid the very activities that would bring more love into their hearts. It is natural to commune with whatever we love or hold valuable. If you love watching movies, you may own a huge library of DVDs; if you love walking in nature, you may take hiking trips; if you love cooking, you may often be in the kitchen trying new recipes. In other words, you will arrange your schedule to spend time engaging in an activity that you feel drawn to—even if it is a negative activity such as worrying or feeling fearful. We create experiences that reinforce or fuel a particular emotion. If we honor our connection to the Sacred Heart, we will regularly engage in the experience of going within to be fed by its infinite resources. When you feel a longing in your spiritual heart what you really want is to experience more love. It is not material things or even people that bring us joy and love, fulfillment and satisfaction.

Plugging in to the Sacred Heart reunites the fragmented parts of us into wholeness. Creating from this place of love and communion with the Sacred Heart, we see ourselves connected to all of creation and know that we can confidently create whatever we wish to manifest.


Next week, I will offer a meditation you can use to help open to the Sacred Heart within.

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