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Living from the Heart Center

It is a wonderful time to start living a more heart centered existence – we are being challenged in nearly every dimension of living.

Hello Dear Friends!

It is a wonderful time to start living a more heart centered existence – we are being challenged in nearly every dimension of living. A global pandemic has called on many of us to relate to one another, social unrest has given voices to those who have needed to speak for far too long, and those attached to old ways of being struggle to relax their grip on the impending change. We were blessed, in the early stages of Covid to receive a message from Hopi Medicine Woman White Eagle. A link to her full post is provided below but here is a relevant quote:

“This moment humanity is going through can now be seen as a portal and as a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the portal is up to you. If they repent of the problem and consume the news 24 hours a day, with little energy, nervous all the time, with pessimism, they will fall into the hole. But if you take this opportunity to look at yourself, rethink life and death, take care of yourself and others, you will cross the portal.” – White Eagle, Hopi Medicine Woman

The moment I read her message, I was hooked into a deep knowing. In many traditions, the Eagle sees the 10,000 foot view, taking all into consideration. She gifted us with a call to transition. Healers, light workers, shaman, witches, guides, and coaches are needed to support our journey home. My intention for stepping through the portal is to live a heart centered existence and support others in finding it as well. By drawing on numerous practices, we can all see the world through a lens of interconnectedness, reciprocity, and love. I share two practices below to begin opening this path and maybe your portal to another way of being.

Connecting with other ways of knowing

In my work as an academic and permaculturalist, I have seen increased calls, research and narratives around decolonization, indigenous rights and righting the wrongs against such beings, and righting our relationships in general. In these narratives and world views, we are asked to reconsider our ways of knowing. We are asked to shift from business as usual, or mind centered ways of dominion over nature and all of its beings. I am also seeing a massive expression of spiritual seeking, shamanic journeying, meditation, and psychedelic visioning. I coach people in connecting with their spirit guides, honing their intuition, and relaxing the mind as a tool to support the heart’s vision. It is time for us all to consider how and what we know and open ourselves to other ways of knowing. No way of knowing is right or wrong, while also being right and wrong, but each offers new perspectives, shifts in seeing, and alignment with new energies. Knowing we know little to nothing offers space to allow more in and for the heart to see. Practice!

Being guided over taking control

As we connect with other ways of knowing, we can slowly relax our grip on knowing how things should be. My wife recently experienced this with our teenage son. For weeks, she had plans to take him on a hike and he became very excited about it too. I had to stay behind for a class and they were going to get some much needed time together. Interestingly enough, he had just returned to school for the week and had PE every day. The covid body had a good hold on him and he spent the whole week working out for an hour a day. Needless to say, he was super sore – could barely bend over to pick up something he dropped.

They decided to still set off on a hike and arrived to a packed mountain. Around the same time they arrived, my instructor let us out of class much earlier than expected. I let my wife know as they were making their way up the mountain. Many signs were pointing their way back home. Our son was having a hard time being sore, I was out of class and ready to play, the mountain was full of people, and she felt a deep sense to return. Rather than pushing on with something she had wanted before getting to the mountain, she trusted the signs and returned home. We had a great day together and loved on one another. A gift.

Try to hone your skills on being guided. In my work as an intuitive coach, I work with clients to help them tap into what they see, hear, feel, and sense. The work allows our sensors to spread wider, capturing many signals to support our journey. No need to bulldoze our way to perceived success. ;)

Have fun playing with these two path openers. I am here to support you on your journey. Feel free to reach out and we can begin your work of opening into a heart centered expression. Together, Our Hearts Enter.

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