Cultivating the Garden of the Heart
Heart meditation is a powerful and transformational way to connect with your authentic self and end the struggle, pain, and blockages that may be limiting you.
A culture of the heart is emerging. There is an era of creativity and compassion which is coming. The heart is playing a starring role in this new age!
HEART BREATHING PRACTICE
So let your heart center open and relax. It's time to take advantage of new opportunities. This can be a turning point for you as you shift into heart consciousness.
If you've struggled with repetitive patterns that seem to never end I can help you learn to approach life from the heart.
If you meditate on your heart a number of things will begin to happen. It brings your attention to your body, which is healthy. Just being able to feel your body is good.
Finding your heartbeat brings attention to your heart. By concentrating on your physical heart you become aware of your emotional heart. And the heart has a different point of view than your mind.
We've all been taught to rely on our minds and we have ignored our most powerful ally, our hearts.
Too much dependence on our minds is exhausting and drains our energy and personal power.
If you practice Healthy Heart Meditation, you will bring balance to your heart, mind and emotional body.
Successful people have learned the secret of tapping into their hearts for guidance on their most important questions and problems.
There is a contraction around your heart that needs to be loosened up. These meditation practices focus on heart and breath and will gently open your heart center and allow you to fill it with unconditional love and compassion for yourself and others. This practice brings true stress relief.
This openness in your heart center affects your physical and your emotional body. As you continue to practice meditation and open up your heart center this will create an opening for personal spiritual growth.
You can become a heart-centered person. It's not hard. It's comforting and empowering to feel that who you are is centered in your heart instead of your mind. The mind was meant to be a servant of the heart. Make your heart the master.