How To Get Out of Your Head And Live In Your Heart

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Trust your heart. It is the essence of who you are.

Don’t be fooled by your head. Your head knows pain, fear and sickness.

Spend time in your heart, it is the center for joy, creativity and love.

Your heart knows the way to a rich and meaningful live. It is a reservoir of unbounded courage and endless compassion.

Your heart heals. Your heart leaps for joy and flutters in passion.

Your heart overflows with beauty and wisdom. Your heart knows.

Take things to your heart. Listen to your heart. 

Sit in a quiet space and calm down by taking several deep belly-breaths. Place your hand on your heart. Read one quote at a time and ask your heart the question that follows. Write the answers you receive in your journal. Act on the guidance you receive. 

1. A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. ~ Robert Bulwer-Lytton

How can I remember to get out of my head and into my heart more often?

2. My heart "hurts;" that means I’m alive. ~ Kazuya Minekura

What does my heart need to feel good?

3. Everything matters. Nothing’s important. ~ Nietzsche

What is causing my heart to feel heavy? What situation do I need to release? (Read The Secret of Letting Go)

4. I wondered why the head could move so swiftly while the heart dragged its feet. ~ Jodi Picoult

What grievance is blocking the love and joy in my heart?

5. One love, one heart, one destiny. ~ Bob Marley

What does my heart want me to know about my lack of self-love and acceptance?

6. Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart; one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them. ~ Marvin J. Ashton

How can I judge less and love more?

7. The human heart is my school. ~ Anne Rice

What lesson do you want me to learn?

8. "I am going to give you my heart now," I whispered. "Please don't break it again.” ~ Jessica Verday

What is the best way to heal a broken heart? (Read Getting the Love You Want)

9. I feel the healing hands of God touch my heart and kiss my soul. ~ Harley King

What does my heart need from me?

10. Self-love is the elixir of an immortal heart. ~ Amy Leigh Mercree

How can I clear a space in my heart for myself?

11. One ought to hold on to one's heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head, too. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

What do you want me to know about love?

12. There's nothing more inspiring than the complexity and beauty of the human heart. ~ Cynthia Hand

What do I need to do to tap into the joy and happiness in my heart? (Read Finding Joy)

13. May we serve with much fire, much heart, much desire, and much prayer. ~ Ronna Detrick

How shall I share my love with others? How can I help the world be a more loving place?

Take the time to sit

with your heart. You'll be rewarded with a rich and meaningful existence. It can't get any better than that!

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  • Self-esteem coach April 7, 2014, 6:38 am

    Isn’t it awfully tight to fit in one’s own heart? Can you really live in it?
    Joke aside! Thanks for a great post!
    I like to think of what you write about as “trusting myself” and trying to connect with what I know is right deep down inside. Totally different from analyzing things with the brain.

    Great post!

    • Tess April 9, 2014, 11:06 am

      Thanks so much for your input. I appreciate your support!

  • Susan April 9, 2014, 10:35 am

    What a wonderful reminder. I used to be very left brained. I was a physics and math major in college. Then my last semester I took an art course and loved it, That lead to me taking TM and meditating. Before I knew it I was following my heart and my life has been magical ever since.

    Great post and a wonderful reminder. I love the quotes.

    • Tess April 9, 2014, 11:05 am

      Thanks for sharing! You’re blessed to have a brain balance;)) Or that that’s what it seems like to me. I can’t imagine understanding physics and having a math major. Thanks for sharing your gifts and talents with all of us!

  • Jackie April 14, 2014, 10:21 am

    Tess, this is so powerful! What stood out was the amount of questions that my heart posed while reading the quotes. I feel these are heart opening questions, as they create the space to be in heart-centered thinking and create expansion in the heart as we breathe into them looking for the answers.

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