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Accessing The Wisdom of Your Heart

Image Courtesy of HeartMath Runaway Artificial Intelligence, Poor Relationships, Wealth Inequality, Stress, and Health all can be solved with a simple organ: the heart. The heart has a whole set of neurons that guides the decision making of the brain in effective and evolutionary ways. When you can tap into your hearts’ wisdom, you become […]

Image Courtesy of HeartMath

Runaway Artificial Intelligence, Poor Relationships, Wealth Inequality, Stress, and Health all can be solved with a simple organ: the heart. The heart has a whole set of neurons that guides the decision making of the brain in effective and evolutionary ways. When you can tap into your hearts’ wisdom, you become clear, decisive, kind and, well, more productive. So how can you access your heart?

Here are 5 simple ways.

5 Tips to Unleash Your Heart’s Wisdom

Camel Pose

Camel pose is a simple backbend that rushes positive energy to your heart. In a matter of two minutes, you can completely reorient the energy balance in your body and become more heart centered. It’s an ancient way that opens the heart’s energy center and instantly makes you more open to giving and receiving love energy.

Good old fashioned gratitude

When you have a spare moment in between tweets or in between smartphone moments, close your eyes and envision something you are grateful for. The temperature, the taste of water, anything simple and primitive. Cultivating gratitude in your heart while holding your smartphone is simple to remember and can myelinate pathways in between your heart and phone, your brain and your heart organ, and increases the amount of love you attract.

Cardiovascular exercise

When you pump blood throughout your body, you feed your organs and muscles with fresh oxygen. This rejuvenating quality comes from running, swimming, cycling, and more and produces wonderful health benefits. There are so many reasons to do regular cardiovascular exercise and one of them is improving your access to your heart’s wisdom.

Fasting

“What eyes are for the outer, fasting is for the inner” is a quote from Gandhi. By reducing your food intake, which if you think about it is a rather violent activity, you allow more space for your heart to breathe and “see”. There is more space to notice the new and become grateful. You are not driven by the compulsive habits of your conditioning. Through fasting, you can open the heart’s ability to breathe. Through Intermittent fasting, over time, you’ll reap the unexpected benefits of a clearer heart.

Focused and Intentional Act of Kindness

Lastly, DOING kindness and BEING kind create love. When you give unconditionally, you open psychic energy portals empower you to receive unconditionally as well. In the tech world, conditionality literally dominates with IF-THEN statements predominating our technological subconscious. With a few moments of pure-hearted giving, your heart – brain develops positive neurons and makes your life, and the planet, a little bit more kind.

Heart disease is the #1 killer in the world today. We could invent nanobots that hold more oxygen and bind more hemoglobin to replace red blood cells and stave off heart attacks and thereby cure it. My bet is on us learning to love and be kind and a revolution happening from the inside out.

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