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Use your heart as a compass. Sunday October 13, 2013

'By using your heart as a compass, you can see more clearly which direction to go to stop self-defeating behaviour. If you take just one mental or emotional habit that really bothers or drains you and apply heart intelligence to it, you'll see a notable difference in your life' The Heartmath Solution

We can all 'feel' something about what we are thinking, doing or saying if we just take time to become 'self aware'.

When we ask people to point to themselves - people almost always point to their heart...

We want to 'get to the heart of things'

We show love graphically by drawing a heart.

Even the world's most expensive football players puts his fingers in the shape of a heart when he scores.

We talk about people being the 'heart' of the team or the 'heart of the family'

Imagine stopping all 'busyness' relaxing and breathing deeply and 'feeling' our heart - give it time and space to speak to you and find out what you are really saying to yourself or others.

Thoughts on the above? Please feel free to post a comment on our Blogspot:

http://moodscope.blogspot.com/2013/10/use-your-heart-as-compass.html


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