Another Perspective on Heart Centered Living

December 10, 2011 by  
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Creating the Heart Habit

 

The latest message we have been given about our hearts is to go there every day, several times each day.

Spend time in your Heart.

Explore your Heart Center.

Become Heart Centered.

Make decisions from your Heart.

 

This message has been around for nearly a year and maybe a bit longer.  Now  a subtle and important change is about to take place.

Being in our hearts must become

the normal, natural way to live.

 

Getting into our hearts has required effort in the past, but soon it will not because we will have established our conscious presence there to the degree that we will just remain in our hearts all the time.

Sound good?

Many people have been speaking about the Heart “brain.”  My “I Am Presence” tells me:

Think from your heart mean to allow your heart to rule.  The heart is gentle, kind, and loving.  The physical brain is like a computer:  harsh, cold, and indifferent.

The brain can easily be manipulated by the ego, but the heart remains pure.

You are wondering how this statement can be true?

When it appears that the heart has been manipulated, that is the ego seeking to fool you into letting it rule.  When you are truly in your heart, the ego has no control because your inner Love can sooth, calm, and heal the ego.  This is why the ego seeks to keep you turned outward so that you don’t spend time in your heart.

Go within — into the heart — and know the freedom, the joy, and the bliss of being in and living from your heart.

BE THE LOVE.

What does it take to get us to the place where we are fully living in and from the heart?

  • It takes commitment.
  • It takes practice – going into the heart center every day – several times a day.
  • It takes takes letting go of resistance to loving ourselves.
  • It takes dedication to being in gratitude and appreciation.
  • It takes determination to love ourselves.
  • It takes forgiveness – forgiving ourselves for EVERYTHING.
  • It takes loving ourselves – despite our limitations and faults.

We CAN heal ourselves completely.

We CAN return to being connected to our God Self.

We ARE doing it, folks.  Truly, we ARE!!

Namaste,
Nedda

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