Our webinar series, Spiritual Mastery for Lightworkers, continues in 2018 with Heart Wisdom.
In today’s world, intelligence is valued over intuition. How smart we are is of great concern in schools where intelligence, memory, ability to analyze, process facts, calculate, and THINK are measured and tested daily. In fact, testing for intelligence determines which track a student may fall into – career and college, vocational, etc. Life skills and intuition don’t seem to have as high a priority in schools. Where does that leave students as they become adults in the community? Furthermore, as we take up our roles in society, we may – by default – become entrenched in societal expectations. We have many terms for these expectations – rat race, parenthood, senior citizen, teenager, etc. In fact, we can stereotype a person and possibly even their intellect based on age, occupation, how much money they have (or don’t have), their appearance, etc.
All of these stereotypes and terms include judgement based on intellectual criteria. Where society has set the standard, we find evidence of THINKING over FEELING.
As intuitive lightworkers on our journey, we’re looking for the answers to questions about how to improve our intuition, feel more heart-centered, and guided by INSPIRATION. What is inspiration? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, inspiration is a divine influence or action on a person believed to qualify him or her to receive and communicate sacred revelation.
The brain is intellectual whereas the heart is intelligence – which is driven by a universal consciousness. The heart is not limited by intellect. Innately, we have universal truth which makes us connected to everything and each other.
The brain often uses and exploits the heart. By the time we reach adolescence, the brain takes over, making heart the slave. The brain perceives the world through senses and feeds the heart information. The brain says, “I want you to feel what I’m thinking.” If the heart receives the message of “fear” from the brain, fear becomes an emotion that manifests in the body.
What does that look like? Heart disease? Can heart disease be an overuse of the brain to the heart, that the heart feels so useless and not able to be what it was created to be. Does the heart commit cerebral-coronary suicide? If so, does the brain become the executor of the heart?
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