Welcome to the Age of Heart Centered Living. Does Your Heart Guide You Throughout Your Day?

February 18, 2020 by  
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Fill Your Heart With Infinite Love.

Or do you have a protective wall around your heart?

The human heart is the most powerful organ in your body.

Your heart has an electromagnetic field that can extend 12 feel in diameter, which is 6 feet in all directions around you.

Your heart is where your Soul is connected, where your spirit cord is attached.

Your heart has a brain that’s more powerful than the one between your ears.

While we lived in the 3-D, we were told to make logical decisions.  We were told that emotional decisions were irrational and dangerous.  We were judged negatively when we listened to our inner wisdom.

To live fully in the 5th Dimension, you must follow your heart’s guidance.

In the 5th Dimension, logical decisions not aligned with your heart’s wisdom will hold you back.

In the 5th Dimension, leading with your heart will bring you joy and success.

To live from your heart means that you connect with your heart and allow it’s messages to guide you.  This allows your Love to flow.  When your Love flows, you will be more aligned with your Soul’s Purpose.

If you find it difficult to connect with your heart …

If you find it difficult to feel love for yourself …

If you find it difficult to visit your heart space and receive wisdom …

then you may have a protective wall around your heart.

If you find it difficult to build satisfying relationships …

If your heart feels like it’s weighed down emotionally …

If you don’t know the answer when someone say, “What does your heart tell you?” …

then you may have a protective wall around your heart.

Your subconscious builds a protective wall around your heart to provent it from being damaged.

Your heart is tender and can be injured by emotional trauma.

Fortunately, your subconscious knows how to protect your heart when emotional trauma arrives into your life.  It builds a protective wall around your heart.

But once the traumatic situation has passed, the heart wall remains.

A heart wall can keep you from fully expressing your love for others.

A heart wall can keep you from receiving and feeling the love others send to you.

A heart wall can keep you from “following your heart” to your heart’s desire, or even from knowing what your heart’s desire is.

A heart wall can make you ill because it keeps the heart’s energy from fully flowing to all parts of your physical body.

The good news is that Heart Walls can be removed.

Using The Emotion Code™ developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson, your heart wall can be dissolved, restoring the freedom of your heart to experience love.

Want to know more?

Send email to Nedda for a free 15 minute Heart Wall Evaluation.

It Begins and Ends with Your Heart.

February 27, 2014 by  
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The Practicalities of Making Changes

Sakhara and Starlight.

Sakhara and Starlight.


When I get up in the morning, I have 3 hungry felines demanding breakfast.  The first thing I do is feed them.  Then I can have my cup of tea, or so I imagine.

But when I sit down with my tea, Sakhara insists on being in my lap, getting brushed, and being cuddled.  Starlight wants to play.  Fortunately, Violet likes to meditate, and only sometimes insists on doing that in my lap.

That cup of tea is what gets me going so I can do the 1,001 things that demand my attention in the morning.  I get up at 4 or 4:30 or 5 a.m.  If I’m lucky, I eat breakfast before 8 a.m.  Where does the time go?

It’s not important for you to know the detailed list of activities that go on here every morning.  What’s important for me, and for you, too, is to recognize when our lives are being taken over by the daily necessities that distract us from what’s important.

Until I have all those things finished, I don’t find time for me.  I work at home.  I don’t have to commute anywhere.  Still, the mornings are full and I often am challenged to find the time to take care of me.

Is that heart-centered living?

Is that loving myself?

Yet, somehow, we’re supposed to be  learning how to live from our hearts.

How do we manage that in a practical way?

When we first begin something new, it can be challenging to make adjustments.  Old habits push new activities aside.  Family members insist that we don’t change, even animal family members.  They challenge us to mean what we say and to say what we mean, and then to follow through with some consistency.

This morning, I got up at 4 a.m. just to drink some water, and before I knew it the day took off, not without me, but it certainly felt that way.

Find the Love Inside You.

Find the Love Inside You.

So as I begin teaching Heart Centered Living this Saturday morning, I’m wondering how my life will change – at the detail level – when I’m living totally from my heart.

Maybe the routines won’t change, but how I feel about them will change?

Maybe clarity and focus will become easier?

Maybe the sun will rise in the west and set in the east?

I’m about to find out.

I’m opening my heart to discover where to begin.  I know my heart will guide me.

Perhaps the first step is to begin the day in my heart and to end the day there as well.  Then being heart centered may just expand outward to fill the rest of my life.


Coming Home to My Heart

February 16, 2014 by  
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I have for many years longed to go “home” – back to the higher realms.  Life in physical is full of challenges, and so often it feels like, “You know what?  I’m ready to depart.  I’m done with this!  Time for something else.”

Recently, I’ve learned another perspective about “home”.

I was shown by my I Am that my heart space – the energetic space we call the heart chakra – is my true home while occupying a physical body.

This first dawned on me as I was preparing to teach the teleclass. Coming Home to Your Heart.

I found myself not only thinking about this in my head, but actually sinking down inside my heart center and feeling how warm, loving, and powerful the space of my heart truly is.  It does feel like “home” to me.

Over the last 20 years, I’ve visited my heart center many times.  I’ve participated in Fire Ceremonies there with Brahamin priests, transformed fear and anger into courage and love, learned to listen to my physical heartbeat, and energized my Divine Spark.

I had gotten out of the habit of visiting my heart center last year, so I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised when my I Am suggested that I teach Heart Centered Living this year.  When I questioned this, I was told that being in and living from my heart center continues to grow in importance on my spiritual path.  I was also told that to continue to be of service to others, I must go in the direction of expanding my heart, creating more space in my heart, and learning to love and accept myself more.

So I decided to look around online and see what I could learn from others about being heart centered.  Sure enough, I was guided to websites that had the perfect information and experiences for me.  Some of these I’ll be share in the new course, and others still need to be integrated into me before I can share them.

So I am, indeed, coming home to my own heart.  It’s turning out to be quite an adventure!


“My secret… It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” – The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint Exupery


Before You Can Ascend, You Must Descend All The Way

January 24, 2010 by  
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The Root Chakra


The focus today seems to be on the Heart Center or Chakra of our body.  Everyone, including me, has been offering courses and meditations on how to live from your Heart.

The other day, I was having a conversation with my I Am Presence, and I was given some vitally important information that, at the time, seemed so obvious that I wondered how I could have overlooked it.  Of course, anything is obvious, once you know it.  Before you know it, it’s a complete mystery.  So the joke is truly on me!!

This is the first in a series of blogs to explain how to link your Heart Center with the lower 3 chakras and why this is important.

The ROOT Chakra

Root ChakraHave you ever wondered why the Root Chakra, located at the base of the spine, is actually called the “Root” Chakra?

When I first heard this name, I just assumed it was called this because it was the lowest of the primary (the biggest) chakras in the human body.  This is not incorrect, but nearly so.

Humans actually have a channel that runs from the Crown Chakra on the top of the head to the Root Chakra at the base of the spine.  This channel should be (when clear and clean and open) as wide as your head.  There is also a channel that runs from the Crown Chakra all the way to Godhead.

And . . . there is a channel that runs from your Root Chakra down to the Earth Star chakra at the bottom of your auric field.  The Earth Star is located 6-8 inches below your feet, so if you are standing up, it is inside the Earth.

Usuualy, when you are told to ground yourself, you are told to open the secondary chakras in the arches of your feet and ground through them.  Ah, Ha!!  Here’s the key.  To be FULLY GROUNDED you, Divine One in Human Form, are meant to ground your energy like a TRIPOD – down through your legs, yes — but also down through the Root Channel from the Root Chakra to your Earth Star.

Look how stable a kangaroo is standing on 2 feet and 1 tail.  Think how much more stable you would be if you were standing on 2 feet and an additional column of energy.

The Root Chakra is the start of your energy root that is meant to ground you more fully.  When you ground as a tripod, you can be more fully connected to the Earth.

Why is this important?  Because the Earth is our Spiritual and Physical Mother.  All the “substances” in our physical body come from the Earth.   Without the assistance and UNCONDITIONAL LOVE of our EARTH MOTHER, we can not be here on the Earth Plane.

If you are intent on creating your reality in a new way, you need the assistance of Mother Earth and of the elemental beings whose job it is to transform your thoughtform (idea) into a physical state.

The Matrix of Reality is Divine Love

The underlying energy matrix of all reality is constructed from Divine Love or Love Without Conditions.  Therefore, if you intend to CONSCIOUSLY CREATE, the first step is grounding into the Earth. 

When you bring your I Am Presence fully down into your Root Chakra and then down the Root Channel and your legs into the Earth Star Chakra and then, with her permission, into the Heart of Mother Earth, you are consciously creating the linkage necessary to empower all of your Divine Creations.

Earth Mother then sends her Divine Love expression (energy) up through your feet and root channel to support your process.  You are fully connected and grounded and receiving Divine Love fully from your Mother.

Talk about being (and feeling) fully supported!!!

Overcoming Fear

Since the Root Chakra is associated with survival and trust issues, please consider that when you are fully Rooted, fully Grounded, and fully open to receive the Divine Love of your Earth Mother, then you are in a stronger, more powerful place from which to eliminate fear.


So step #1 to eliminating fear is GROUNDING the Divine Love that you have in your Heart Center and the Divine Consciousness of your I AM Presence through your ROOT CHANNEL and both your feet.

Then to begin to eliminate fear from your life, wrap your fear in Unconditional Love, limitless Love, Infinite Love, and watch your fear dissolve.

Invite your “ego” or your inner child (the little boy or girl inside you who is afraid of taking risks, having adventures, and expanding into higher consciousenss) to come into your arms.  Wrap that child up in Divine Love.  Observe what happens.



Forgiveness Synchronicity

November 10, 2009 by  
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Forgive Everything.  What Have You Got to Lose?


I’ve been teaching the Heart Centered Living program for the last 4 weeks, and suddenly it seems really obvious that there is a lot of room for expanding the role of Forgiveness in my life.  Mostly, I am forgiving myself as the creator of all that I experience.  After all, what I experience is just a reflection of my inner world, so naturally, if there is something outside myself that I don’t particularly like, I forgive myself for it.

But it’s really much more subtle than this.

When I remember that whatever I experience is reflecting my inner “stuff” I start taking a good look at the inner stuff.

I’ve been reading “Forgive for Good,” by Dr. Fred Luskin.  Now, Dr. Luskin does not take a very spiritual approach to Forgiveness, as far as I can tell (I’m more than half-way through his book).   He doesn’t really get into the idea that whatever I experience reflects my inner world.  Still, I must say he knows quite a bit about Forgiveness.

Dr. Luskin talks about how we each create a “story” that we tell ourselves over and over again about our life.  If something happens that annoys us or makes us angry or pushes any of our buttons, we store up our emotions as a grievance and we tell ourselves a story about it. 

We may have a story that goes back to our childhood, or we may have a story that began yesterday when we discovered that we weren’t going to the raise or promotion we thought was our due.

Sometimes we tell the story to ourselves (inside our own head) and sometimes we tell the story to ourselves (to the people outside our physical bodies).  Dr. Luskin says that to truly forgive we have to change the story we are telling.


This is how we keep ourselves stuck in the past, stuck in pain and limitation.  We may have been mistreated, or maybe we were abused, or maybe abandoned or just disappointed.  Whatever the story, you probably know yours very well.  You have it memorized.  You can play it on your mental DVD machine whenever you like.

Want to know more about your story?  Write it down.  Just the simple act of writing down your story may be very revealing.  Is it a long story?  Is it about you or about what others have done (or not done) to/for you?  Do you blame others for what happened, or are you taking full responsibility for whatever happened?


This is the one to write to free us from our stuck places.   Make yourself the hero (or heroine) – you know – the one who “saves the day” – who makes it all come out “right.”   

Basically, if you c ould change your life story, how would you write it?


… consider identifying your story.  Notice what you tell yourself about yourself and your life.  What are your limiting beliefs about yourself?  How does your story reinforce those beliefs?  What would you have to change in your personal story to change those beliefs? 

Or – maybe it’s the other way around??  Maybe if you changed your limiting beliefs, your story would start to change?

So what do you have to lose?  The pain you’ve been holding onto.  The feeling of powerlessness to have joy and fulfillment in your life.  The blame you’ve been passing onto other imaginary others who seem to exist outside of you.

So what do you have to gain?  A feeling of peacefulness and satisfaction.  A send of your own power to take charge of your life.   A fun story to tell yourself about yourself!


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