NEZEL PADAYHAG: “6 Ways To Tap Into Your Heart’s Intelligence And Wisdom”

In life, you may have certainly been in a situation where you need to decide between the contradictory opinions of your heart and your mind.

Things become more difficult when people remind you that your head is where your brain is because it’s higher. Though your heart is protesting, you follow what looks logical and correct.

For decisions involving the most correct choice, like whether or not you should dump a narcissist partner, it’s only wiser to decide with the mind.

However, the function of your heart goes far beyond supporting life.

The heart is also an intelligent organ that interferes with your decision making process, the reason why it wants to be given due consideration at times.

How To Tap Into Your Heart’s Intelligence And Wisdom:

The heart as Hridaya

Researcher Gregg Braden has dug into the ancient technique of using the heart as an intelligent organ.

The functions of the heart go far beyond supporting life and sending blood all throughout the body. It has a wisdom that’s not influenced by the ego.

As such, it gives you information from a neutral place. Your heart knows your past, present, and future. Since it does not have any egoic tendencies, it always has your best interest at heart.

The Sanskrit word Hridaya, which comes from ‘Hrid’ meaning ‘center’, and ‘Ayam’ meaning ‘this’, describes the heart’s intellect as the energy that is contained within the heart chakra.

More than a physical heart, it also is a spiritual heart that contains the intelligence of God or the transcendental mind.

This spiritual heart sees to it that you perceive things from your center and not stray away from your Highest Self.

The yogi Bhagavan describes the heart center as a seat of Pure Consciousness, realized Existence, Knowledge, and Bliss.

The mind of your brain operates from your past experiences and past erroneous beliefs assigned to those experiences. In short, it creates false perceptions just to arrive what for you is the ‘right’ answer, even topping those false concepts with emotional investment.

The Heart’s Neurobiology

The neurobiology of the heart has these significant points:

– The heart has more fibers leading to the brain than from the brain to the heart, making more communication to take place in the heart.

– The heart of an unborn fetus beats before the brain has been formed. And humans form an emotional brain before a rational one.

– The heart has an independent complex nervous system known as the ‘brain of the heart.’

– The heart can create coherence in the body through its rhythm.

– The heart’s electromagnetic field is greater than that of the brain, which can be detected several feet away.

– The heart has wisdom.

The wisdom of the heart is what provides us with clear decisions that are being governed by our highest self. Gregg Braden suggests the following tips to tap into the heart’s intelligence.

6 Tips On Tapping Into The Heart’s Intelligence

1. Focus on your heart with the intention of seeking its intelligence.

2. Breathe slowly to calm your nerves and silence your brain.

3. Have a deep sense of gratitude, compassion, and love to activate the heart’s energy.

4. Ask a brief and accurate question to your heart.

5. Notice the different feelings or bodily sensations.

6. Keep this practice regularly.

The heart’s intelligence is subjective and wouldn’t be the same for everyone. You may feel butterflies in the gut, a warm sensation throughout your body, or tingling in the fingertips. Or, you might even receive a clear, short and kind answer in your mind.

Establishing this deeper connection with your heart takes time. Persist with the practice and listen to your heart more.

There’s no reward as great as listening to your heart that’s leading you to your purpose.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

NEZEL PADAYHAG: “Your Unique Soul Signature”

“The moment we see our perfection is the moment we can start showing the world our soul signature with no apologies.”

~Nezel Padayhag Yurong

 

Spirit and Soul are part of our deepest self that are often used interchangeably. But these two are two different aspects of our being.

Spirit is our connection to the higher power or Source or God. It’s what gives us life; our common breath. Soul is unique to each one of us. It shows our individual representation of the Spirit. How we present ourselves to the world is governed by our souls.

Our beliefs and actions are our soul signature. And from the works of our soul signature, our connection with the Spirit is reflected. Meaning to say, if we’re passionately and deeply connected with the Spirit, our soul signature is that of love, compassion, and kindness.

But if we show indifference, it means we have a lot of inner work to do.

So, how’s your soul signature lately? Are you doing the things that you love to do or doing things because they’re more acceptable? Are you doing things out of compassion, love, and kindness?

Have you found your soul signature?

While others find their soul signature by having mentors to teach them, we can find our soul signature by being brutally honest with ourselves. All we have to do is face that person in the mirror and accept and love that person with all its quirkiness, and do the things that we feel we need to do.

There is no exact definition as to the right soul signature because we are perfect as we are, in our own little way. It’s only when we try to be perfect that imperfection starts to taint our souls.

The moment we see our perfection is the moment we can start showing the world our soul signature with no apologies.

Your soul signature is unique. You will know when you’re doing your soul signature’s work if most people don’t appreciate it  —  because genuine soul signatures don’t fit in the people’s expectations of you or on anyone else.

Do your soul signature work. It’s a calling only you can hear and only you can answer. Most of all, your soul signature shows your unique connection to the Spirit, the reason why no one can understand it.

 

 

~via Medium.com