Trust Your Heart

 Deer Heart

Deer Heart

At the heart of each of us, whatever our imperfections, there exists a silent pulse of perfect rhythm, made up of wave forms and resonances, which is absolutely individual and unique, and yet which connects us to everything in the universe. The act of getting in touch with this pulse can transform our personal experience and in some way alter the world around us.
—George Leonard (The Silent Pulse pg 11)

Our schools teach with an emphasis on facts, figures, and quantifiable knowledge. We live in a practical society that rewards head knowledge that can be tested or applied to a utilitarian purpose. Straight-line thinking and ten easy steps to achieve goals are highly valued.

The ways of the heart are more mysterious. Your heart speaks with a wisdom that is more intuitive, connecting you with your spirit. When you are weary of the ways of a utilitarian world, take time to listen to the deeper wisdom of your heart. It will teach you about love and help you receive guidance from God.

True abundance flows from the fountain of the loving Presence that is always with you and within you. God is in your heart, in the still small Voice within that comforts, guides, and sustains. Every time you choose to trust this calm and steady sense of Presence, the Universe will move in support as helping hands, loving hearts, and kindred spirits arrive in your life. Some call it the law of attraction. Some call it growing into our spiritual potential. This is the grace of inner abundance, helping you discover a peaceful, life-giving strength that can transform your life. Heaven is within, and you can create a taste of heaven on earth when you live from that inner reality.


Blessing arises from a state of mind and heart that understands wholeness, that understands joy, that sees what is right rather than what is wrong. It is not problem-solving as much as it is problem-dissolving.
David Spangler

Only he who can see the invisible can do the impossible.
Frank Gaines

Everything in life responds to the song of the heart. 
Ernest Holmes