Saturday, May 3, 2014

Healing your listening heart

The heart is not a pump, "what it does is listen," states Dr. Cowan in the Fourfold Path to Healing.

Ok, cool idea, you say. But so, what does it mean to me?

Potentially everything.

The heart is a listener. And a communicator. And if it gets broken - yes, as in heart-broken - it cannot communicate with the rest of your body. Then it can't protect against disease, or get you well. Period.

For this reason, Dr. Lloyd, the author of The Healing Code: Six Minutes to Heal the Source of Your Health, Success or Relationship Issue, quotes the Biblical warning:

"Guard your heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life."

So what do you do to enable your heart to communicate again?

For starters, check out The Healing Code book, and begin doing the codes.

You will likely see, as I have, that your whole body just LOVES being released from painful memories. And the places they are stored will immediately relax and free up. (And yes, we do store memories in our cells. Have you ever gone for a massage & cried on the table & remembered something traumatic or emotional when the therapists worked on a certain part? There you go...)

Then - just keep doing it the healing codes. Because remember, your heart has a lot of places to listen to also, being the sort of central command center that it is...

You can also just talk to your heart, as I do. If it listens to my body, I expect it listens to me. So I had a good mouth-to-heart conversation the other day, where I thanked my heart for keeping up with all I had been through, & let it know that now was the time to relax and heal.

Hopefully, it hears words also. Cuz I need my healthy heart back!

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