About the heart’s mind

Your heart’s mind is your trusty navigator, deep inside your heart. Your heart holds all the knowledge from all of your life experiences. There is a unique logic behind your natural and unique feelings, and there is a natural flow to time that we don’t really think about. Your heart’s mind navigates for you, keeping you on a course true to your heart’s wisdom.

True strength is natural and effortless, a product of a person’s inner, often unspoken certainty about what is true.

from The Heart’s Mind“*

Each day has its own dynamics, and is sometimes a little too dynamic! Your heart’s mind is cool and calm because it is not tossed about by life. In this blog, we look into that secret place where life is becoming more meaningful every day.


* This blog is based on ideas described in the book, “The Heart’s Mind” by Elizabeth Diane and in the scholastic paper, Qualitative Study of The Theory of Unconscious ResponseTM.

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