Inspiring Forward Movement and Heart-Powered Intention
Add Heart Podcast, features uplifting conversations with spiritual leaders, best selling authors and health experts to help you connect with your heart’s intuitive guidance. Hosted by HeartMath® President and CEO Deborah Rozman.
Guest: Kristina Furia
Tune in for an inspiring conversation with Kristina Furia, a mental health counselor dedicated to helping millennials and Gen-Zers silence their inner critic and embrace their heart’s wisdom. She sees that these generations are evolving from a mind-centric existence to a heart-centered awakening. Kristina shares about the anxiety and loneliness affecting younger generations, often stemming from heart disconnection. She reveals how these emotional states, while uncomfortable, can be an opportunity for self-discovery and a deeper heart connection.
She also shares about her personal transformative journey to a heart-centered awakening, underlining that we’re meant to live in a higher frequency, resulting in more love and aliveness. This is an insightful episode you won’t want to miss!
Guest: Sarah Syed
Join us for an inspirational episode featuring Sarah Syed, a globally recognized 18-year-old tech inventor, climate activist, and founder of You Are the Change. Sarah’s journey reveals a profound truth: the heart is essential for real change. She emphasizes the need for heart-centered leadership at a critical juncture in our world, where sustainability is more than just surface-level actions. Sarah’s insights, shared with host Deborah Rozman, inspire us to reconnect with our planet and each other, fueled by the compassionate power of the heart.
Guest: Dr. Scott Noorda, D.O.
In light of September being World Alzheimer’s Month, we’re happy to have Dr. Scott Noorda, a longevity physician with a functional medicine approach to resilient brain health, as our special guest. Drawing from his Alzheimer’s expertise, Dr. Noorda shares about stress’s impact on the brain and offers hope and strategies that can help protect your brain’s health. He shares anecdotes and daily rituals he personally uses. Dr. Noorda’s wisdom culminates in practical advice, and he showcases the transformative potential lying within our very own hearts.
Guest: Gary Zukav
Gary Zukav, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Seat of the Soul,” shares his wisdom on the topic of aligning your personality with your soul or higher self and embracing your authentic power. In this episode, Gary shares with host Deborah Rozman about a transformational consciousness that’s emerging in millions of people and explains how we’re evolving from perception through our five senses to multisensory perception and the significant role our hearts play in this awakening. He talks about the importance of learning to recognize the parts of our personalities rooted in love and the insecure or fear-based parts that prevent us from accessing our authentic soul-self.
This deeply inspiring episode encourages us to embrace our authentic heart power, which grants us greater agency over our life experiences.
Guest: Leah Smart
In this captivating episode, our host Deborah Rozman welcomes Leah Smart, author and host of the “In the Arena” podcast on LinkedIn. Together, they delve into the mysterious terrain of a lingering feeling that something is missing, despite having all the elements of a fulfilling life.
Leah shares her personal journey and the transformative realization that propelled her to empower women to find greater fulfillment. Discover the societal pressures and expectations that contribute to this sense of longing and be inspired by Leah’s story, which is relevant for millennials and beyond.
Guest: Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar
Join former NFL player Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar, now a fitness coach, in this Men’s Health Month special episode as he challenges the tough-it-out mentality taught to athletes. Discover the transformative power of heart vulnerability for optimal health and fitness in a world that prioritizes toughness. Engage in a captivating conversation with host Deborah Rozman as Karim shares his wake-up moments, dismantles stereotypes, and offers a fresh perspective on strength. Be inspired to embrace your own heart-directed journey of fitness, health, and self-care. The episode closes with a heart meditation to help us hear our own heart’s promptings of our next steps to better mental, emotional, and physical fitness.
Guest: Dr. Patricia Van Pelt-Scott
Join us for an insightful conversation on the power of compassion and cooperation in today’s divided world. In this episode, Illinois State Senator Patricia Van Pelt-Scott, Ph.D., talks with Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., to discuss how daring to put love first helped facilitate collective problem-solving within a community. It helped everyone involved navigate the differing perspectives of a problem and come up with a solution. Dr. Pat shares her insights on how to appeal to the humanity in others to uncover new ideas and collaborate. Her personal story is inspiring and dynamic, and her message is clear: If we want to create a better world, it must start within us and be grounded in love, care, and compassion. Listen now for an empowering discussion on what can happen when we dare to love.
Guest: Kimberly Snyder
Do you ever wonder what it means to become your “true self”? Tune in to this episode to hear about this topic with our special guest Kimberly Snyder, the author of “You Are More Than You Think You Are”. Discover the importance of the heart as the connection point to our true selves and living a joyful life. Don’t miss out on this insightful conversation!
Guest: Dr. Tara Scott
In this episode, our guest Dr. Tara Scott, known on Instagram and TikTok as the Hormone Guru and founder of Revitalize Medical Group, talks with our host Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., about the connection between today’s stress and hormones. She addresses important questions about this link and offers suggestions for better protecting yourself now from stress-related diseases you could otherwise face later in life.
Guest: Neale Donald Walsch
In this episode, our guest Neale Donald Walsch, globally acclaimed speaker and best-selling author of the Conversations with God book series, joins us for an extraordinary conversation about the heart. Neale and our host, Deborah Rozman, explore questions such as: What’s the difference between the heart and the soul? Is the heart the coupling between our human self and our soul self?
Guest: Dr. Jorina Elbers
Today’s issues are adding a mental and emotional strain on parents, and children feel it, which can lead to undesirable behavior. Dr. Jorina Elbers talks about the personal growth opportunities in parenting. She shares how elevating our personal energy can help our kids to elevate their energy. When you have kids and parents working together in this way, the connection and communication can be very deep and rewarding.
Guest: Lynne Twist
Speaking from a rich experience, our guest, Lynne Twist, shares how having a purpose larger than yourself is essential for personal fulfillment. Lynne has dedicated her life to serving the greater good, and in this episode, she explains why it’s so important that we listen deeply to our hearts to find and unfold our larger purpose. She and host Deborah Rozman offer insights and next steps that can help.
Guest: Jacqueline Way
Gratitude isn’t just a nice gesture; it is a powerful amplifier of the heart that can greatly reduce stress and improve our outlook on life. Jacqueline Way, founder of 365give (a nonprofit inspired by her journey of gratitude), joins Deborah Rozman for this uplifting episode. Hear about the powerful benefits of gratitude and get inspired by their suggestions to put gratitude into action.
Guest – Dillon Brooks
Many Gen Zers and millennials have lost hope for the future. In this episode, Dillon Brooks, creator of a sizable TikTok community for Gen Zers and millennials called “Citizen Scientists,” talks about why being a heart-centered citizen scientist is important right now and how it can help you align with your heart’s intelligence and your life’s purpose.
Guest: Dr. Allen Schoen
In this episode, you’ll learn about the undeniable energetic heart exchange with our pets. Dr. Allen Schoen, our podcast guest, is recognized as one of the most influential veterinarians worldwide.
Learn about new research that explores the energetic heart connection of the human-pet bond, and gain a deeper appreciation of this exchange with our animal friends.
Guest: Lynne McTaggart
Award-winning journalist and author Lynne McTaggart discusses how the power of collective intention can heal and improve people’s lives and shares research findings in this area.
She believes many of the important changes needed today may very well come from altruistic minded groups that are connected in a heart intention.
Guest: Agapi Stassinopoulos
In this meaningful episode, Agapi Stassinopoulos, the author of Speaking with Spirit, and Add Heart® Podcast host Deborah Rozman talk about the connection between heart and spirit. “Spirit” can mean different things to people. Some refer to their spirit as their higher self, their soul, or their connection with Source. Whatever we call it, we’re acknowledging a source of wisdom that can guide us through the intuitive voice or feelings of the heart. Yet it can sometimes be a struggle to make a quality connection, especially as life is much more complicated these days.
Guest: James O’Dea
Our guest James O’Dea, former president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Washington office director of Amnesty International, and CEO of the Seva Foundation, talks about resilience—a word we associate with strength and adaptability. Yet, resilience is also developed by living our deeper heart values. James and our host Deborah Rozman discuss why resilience is so key to both our personal growth and to humanity’s collective healing at this time.
Guest: Martha Beck
In this podcast episode, we are talking with Martha Beck, author of the newly released book The Way of Integrity.
Integrity is a valued heart quality, and to live from integrity, we have to learn to distinguish between the heart’s signals, the mind’s reactions, and emotional pulls. Learn how you can tell the difference.
Guest: Roger Nelson, Ph.D., Director of the Global Consciousness Project
In this episode of the Add Heart® Podcast, host Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., and her guest Dr. Roger Nelson discuss the scientific impact of global compassion. Dr. Nelson’s Global Consciousness Project (GCP) maintains a series of data collection sites worldwide that monitor for indications of a global consciousness response to major world events.
Guest: Howard Martin, Executive Vice President, HeartMath, Inc.
Deborah Rozman and her guest Howard Martin, talk about the awakening of the heart that is occurring around the world. They discuss a new opportunity that humanity has right now to sustain the awakening of compassion and heart connection without needing a pandemic, disasters, or other stressors to motivate us. It’s in the heart that people access feelings such as compassion, care, kindness, forgiveness, and appreciation that lift us above separation, judgments, and blame.
Guest: Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D, Founder-Director of the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research
Ervin talks about his systems research and the quantum field and how the heart is a transmitter of information to the world. He explains how the heart helps us feel like we are part of nature and the universe and enables us to know that all things have to work together. Ervin and Deborah inspire us with their perspectives on how we can connect more with our heart day to day, to uplift our own life experience while simultaneously adding more heart to the world.
Guest: Nick Ortner, CEO of The Tapping Solution, LLC
In this podcast, Deborah Rozman, our Add Heart® Podcast host, and her guest Nick Ortner, best-selling author of The Tapping Solution: A Revolutionary System for Stress-Free Living and CEO of The Tapping Solution, LLC, will talk about how we can better support our mental and emotional well-being during these uncertain times.
Guest: Erwin Valencia, Ph.D., physical therapist for the New York Knicks
Scientists are confirming that gratitude has many benefits that range from emotional uplift and improved mental health to physical benefits, such as boosting the immune system.
Guest: Kingsley L. Dennis, Ph.D.
Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., our Add Heart® Podcast host, and her guest, sociologist, researcher, and acclaimed author Kingsley L. Dennis, Ph.D., discuss what it means to put the heart first and why it is the foundation for experiencing inner peace—and ultimately creating world peace.
Guest: Peter Fox
Our Add Heart® Call host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath® President and CEO, and her guest Peter Fox, founding executive producer of ESPN and Senior Content Editor for SportsEdTV, will talk about how adding heart to sports or play increases the benefits and the fun.
Guest: Charlene Johnson
We invite you to join our Add Heart Call host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath President and CEO, and her guest Charlene Johnson, Nurse Manager of Perinatal Services at Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento, as they talk about why, in today’s uncertain energetic environment, it’s prime time to increase our patience baseline and make it an essential part of our new norm. Charlene sees patience as a key component of resilience. She will share why patience has been an important quality for her and the people she serves, especially throughout the past year of the pandemic.
Guest: Owen Ward
Our Add Heart® Call host, Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., HeartMath® President and CEO, along with her guest Owen Ward, HeartMath Chief Strategy Officer, will talk about a “softener energetic” and how we can access it to help us find more flexibility and ease through whatever life presents.
Guest: Jude Currivan, Ph.D.
Our Add Heart Call host, Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., HeartMath Inc. President, and her guest, Jude Currivan, Ph.D., co-founder of WholeWorld-View and author of the upcoming book Gaia: Her-Story, will talk about why healing our human relationships and loving each other are essential to healing our relationship with the Earth.
Guest: Gavin Andrews
Our Add Heart Call host, Deborah Rozman, HeartMath CEO and President, will be joined by Gavin Andrews, Managing Director of HeartMath in the UK and Ireland to talk about a growing heart-directed movement that’s currently happening throughout the world. It’s happening with people who want to connect more with their own heart and with the hearts of others. This is what inspired Gavin to start the “WeAddHeart” initiative, an international momentum of small groups coming together, online, to experience simple but powerful heart-focused meditations and practices. These practices are improving personal health and happiness, while helping participants feel they are energetically playing a part in raising social and global consciousness with the aim of creating greater fairness, understanding and peace between peoples and nations.
Guest: Rollin McCraty, PhD
Join Deborah Rozman and her guest, HeartMath Institute Director of Research Rollin McCraty, PhD, who will discuss exciting research findings on how heart-to-heart synchronization can occur between people located miles apart and without phone or online contact. They will also discuss new findings on how our heart’s rhythms can synchronize with the resonant frequencies in the Earth’s magnetic fields. One implication of this interconnectivity research is that synchronized heart energy can potentially help raise the planetary vibration and lift human consciousness.
Guests: Howard Martin and Owen Ward
In our Add Heart Call, our host Deborah Rozman and her guests, HeartMath LLC Executive Vice President Howard Martin and Chief Strategy Officer Owen Ward, will share how they and the HeartMath team used the power and intelligence of their hearts to uplift their spirit as they navigated the often tumultuous ups and downs of this past year.
Guest: Jon Berghoff
This month, our Add Heart Call host and HeartMath President, Deborah Rozman, will talk about appreciation as a powerful core heart quality that can quickly uplift us and those we care about. Deborah’s guest, Jon Berghoff, will share a process called Appreciative Inquiry that we can use during virtual or in-person holiday gatherings as well as at other times, in any conversation that allows for wisdom, intelligence and strength to be unlocked together.
Guest: Sandy Travis
In this Add Heart Call, our host, HeartMath LLC President Deborah Rozman. and our special guest, HeartMath Certified Trainer Sandy Travis, will share one more heart quality that’s important to practice during unpredictable times: using the power of the heart to access a state called “Neutral” to maintain an active calm that builds our resilience capacity.
Guest: Dr. Jorina Elbers, MD
Our Add Heart Call guest, Dr. Jorina Elbers, MD, is a neurologist who specializes in pediatric neurology. Formerly an assistant professor at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Jorina is the director of the Trauma Recovery Project at the HeartMath Institute, helping to develop a trauma recovery program. Jorina is also the mother of 2 young boys and is struggling with homeschooling and virtual learning for her children, just as so many parents are during the pandemic.
Guest: James Miles, PhD
We’re grateful to have James Miles, PhD, an expert in community engagement working to heal and empower African American communities, as our Add Heart Call guest. James and Deborah Rozman, our Add Heart Call host and HeartMath CEO, will be discussing what’s working and already making a difference in communities that need to heal and overcome separations and inequalities.
The past few months the pandemic and recent protest demonstrations have illuminated the importance of community and also where healing and cooperation are needed within our communities. Love, compassion, kindness and cooperation have been sparsely represented in our collective social consciousness for far too long. These transformative qualities of heart need to be more than […]
Guest: Gayle Novack
In this special Add Heart Call, join HeartMath Inc CEO Deborah Rozman and Gayle Novack, Chief Nursing Officer and Incident Commander for Emergency Services Management at Ascension St. John Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, a COVID-19 hot spot. Deborah and Gayle will discuss the challenges we all face now during this stage of the pandemic.
Guests: Robert Browning and Sheva Carr
Join host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath Inc. CEO, and her guests Robert Browning and Sheva Carr, co-directors of HeartMath Healthcare, to learn how they are facilitating hospital staff’s use of HeartMath’s in-the-moment stress relief tools during this global crisis.
Guest: Jeff Goelitz
On this month’s Add Heart Call, Join Host, Deborah Rozman, HeartMath Inc. CEO, and her guest Jeff Goelitz, HeartMath Institute’s Education Specialist, as they talk about the purpose of the 100,000 Coherent Kids Initiative and how it’s teachings can be applied at any age.
Guest: Dr. Lise Janelle
Host Deborah Rozman’s guest this month is Dr. Lise Janelle, coach and author of Conversations with the Heart and You are Loved, and a member of the Transformational Leadership Council.
Guest: Gregg Braden
Join Deborah Rozman, our Add Heart Call Host and HeartMath Inc.’s CEO, and her guest, Gregg Braden, author of Human by Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice. This book won the Silver Nautilus Book Award in Science and Cosmology, and his forthcoming book is called Awakening the Power of the New Human Story.
Guests: Rollin McCraty and Howard Martin
In this month’s Add Heart Call, join Deborah Rozman, our host and HeartMath Inc.’s CEO, as well as her guests, HeartMath leaders Rollin McCraty — who is the HeartMath Institute director of research — and Howard Martin, HeartMath Inc.’s executive vice president. Together, they will talk about the energetic fields that surround us and the unique opportunity to utilize the amplification of the holiday energies to add more heart coherence to help lift our personal, social and global consciousness.
Guest: Marci Shimoff
In this month’s Add Heart Call, our host, Deborah Rozman, Ph.D. and HeartMath CEO, and our special guest, Marci Shimoff, a #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason and Love for No Reason, will discuss how we can refresh and amplify our gratitude and appreciation as a daily practice.
Guest: Claudia Weber
Our Add Heart Call guest this month is Claudia Weber, an expert in the field of helping people build resilience.
Claudia is an information technology manager at Intel Corporation. She helps optimize operational effectiveness and employee satisfaction — and she is a HeartMath Certified Corporate Trainer and Resilience Coach for Intel. Claudia has trained more than 2,000 corporate employees at Intel utilizing HeartMath tools and technology. As a result of the training, these employees, including many veterans, are effectively reducing stress and anxiety.
Guest: Sheva Carr
Join host Deborah Rozman, Ph.D, the CEO of HeartMath and our guest Sheva Carr for this month’s Add Heart Call. The International Day of Peace is September 21. Deborah and Sheva will talk about how adding heart power can create more peace within our own lives and in the world. Sheva will share some of the extraordinary (and courageous) grass roots movements happening around the world in service to and as a heart stand for peace.
Guest: Robert Erdbrink
Robert Erdbrink, Director of HeartMath Benelux, is helping companies in Europe understand heart-mind-body connection and providing them with tools and technology they can use in the moment to reduce stress and burnout. The results are so significant that the entire Dutch police force has adopted this heart-based program.
Guest: Mari Smith
In this Add Heart Call, host Deborah Rozman and her guest, social media expert and author, Mari Smith, will talk about how to use social media in positive ways that connect us more deeply with each other and the planet.
Guest: Tim Culbert, MD
Our topic this month is Add Heart to Health, and our guest, Tim Culbert, MD, is Medical Director of Integrative Services, at Prairie Care Medical Group in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and co-founder of new website www.naturalmentalhealth.com.
Guest: Gavin Andrews
Deborah Rozman and her guest, Gavin Andrews, Managing Director of HeartMath® UK and Ireland, will talk about the importance of having “compassionate latitude” during these times, what that really means and how to practice it to the benefit of all. Gavin will talk about the impact of these changes in the UK. He’ll also share about a simultaneous new awakening to heart awareness and connection that’s bringing hope to many.
Guest: Heidi Hanna
April is National Stress Awareness month and we’re excited to have as our guest, Heidi Hanna, Ph.D., executive director of the American Institute of Stress, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing awareness about stress and educating medical practitioners, scientists, health care professionals and the public about the effects of stress. Heidi is also a HeartMath® Certified Trainer who teaches “Stress Mastery.” She will be joining our host Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., President of HeartMath for this month’s Add Heart Call.
Guest: Rich Diviney
Our Add Heart Call guest this month is Rich Diviney, former Navy SEAL Commander and a HeartMath® Certified Trainer.
Rich and Deborah will talk about the unique and powerful recovery tools that Rich provides leaders to quickly recover and recharge their inner battery. He’ll share how he introduced his SEAL Team to “micro-recovery” using heart coherence skills to manage their energy and de-stress after being ramped up in a highly charged state.
Guest: Dr. Jean Watson
This month we’re celebrating the heart in all of us. Deborah Rozman and Dr. Jean Watson will talk about how qualities of the heart can heal and neutralize feelings of stress and overload when things get tough.
Guest: Steve Havill
Join Deborah Rozman and her guest, Steve Havill, for our January Add Heart Call. Steve is a conscious business leader and HeartMath® Certified Trainer and Coach/Mentor. He works with entrepreneurs and business leaders to help them express their unique purpose and to create high impact results. Steve is also the Board Chair for Conscious Capitalism in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Guest: Rollin McCraty, Ph.D.
Add Heart Call Host Deborah Rozman and Her Guest, Rollin McCraty, Ph.D. Executive Vice President and Director of Research, HeartMath Institute.
The holiday season is here and many of us will be participating in family and social gatherings and celebrations. This is prime time to go deeper into our hearts to understand other’s concerns and amplify our care. Which is why this month’s topic is focused on Social Coherence.
Guest: Gregg Braden
Add Heart Call host Deborah Rozman HeartMath CEO and guest Gregg Braden discuss gratitude and how it can catapult us into higher brain states.
Few people know that gratitude and appreciation are powerful heart energetics that actually give us access to higher brain states.
Guest: Owen Ward
In our October Add Heart Call, our host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath CEO, and her guest Owen Ward, HeartMath Chief Strategy Officer, will talk about creating self-security and transforming insecurity. They’ll share how balanced care has helped them become more attuned to intuitive intelligence to guide their choices in each situation.
Guest: Robert Browning
In our September Add Heart Call, our host Deborah Rozman, HeartMath CEO, and her guest Robert Browning, Director, HeartMath Health Partners, will talk about why it’s especially important in an emotionally-charged and rapidly changing world to create space for inner stillness and how to do it.
Guest: Jeff Goelitz
Host, Deborah Rozman and her special guest Jeff Goelitz, Director of Education at the HeartMath Institute.
Many of us learned the value of pause from our parents and even passed it on as wisdom to our children. However, as life’s demanding pace keeps increasing, the memory to pause often fades, especially when we are under pressure.
Guest: Gregg Braden
Host, Deborah Rozman and her special guest Gregg Braden.
A captivating discussion about the new level of self-empowerment needed to embrace our changing world in a health way.
Guest: Robert Erdbrink
We’re constantly exchanging unseen information with all living things through our thoughts, feelings and attitudes. Traditionally, during the summer months most of us spend even more time connecting with family, friends and nature. Learn how you can “Add Heart” to the unseen energetic exchanges you share with people and with nature. And how we can lift each other’s vibration and renew our connections with all of life.
Guest: Howard Martin
As a former rock-and-roll drummer Howard has a keen awareness of rhythm and how all aspects of life have different rhythms. We experience them in dance and music, we observe them in the ocean’s tides and changing seasons – and course we live by our heart’s rhythm. Right now many people are enjoying the changing rhythm of nature moving into spring weather after a long winter. We can find rhythms in just about everything within us and outside of us.
Guest: Gregg Braden
How science validates ancient spiritual traditions about the heart.
A personal conversation with Special Guest: Gregg Braden,
NY Times bestselling author, internationally renowned speaker and HeartMath Global Coherence Initiative Steering Committee member.
Thoughts and feelings are energies that operate on different vibrations. The vibration is determined by the quality of our thoughts, feelings, attitudes and behaviors throughout the day. Higher thoughts and feelings add an uplifting tone through our day. In our higher thought vibrations, we’re more caring, compassionate and kind with each other. We feel more […]
This call focuses on what it means to add heart, inspire forward movement and heart-power our intentions. Why add heart? Adding heart to whatever you do strengthens and empowers your intentions and commitment. That’s why coaches tell players to “play with heart” and “put your heart into it” – put your love and care into it. […]
Many people make New Year’s resolutions and often don’t keep them. There’s a difference between mind power and heart-infused intention. Heart-powered intention draws more of our spirit into your commitment to help you sustain it. This month we talk about how to align your mind and emotions with the intuitive guidance and power of your […]
— Heart Intelligence, Doc Childre
Add Heart – Adding heart to whatever you do strengthens and empowers your intentions and commitment. That’s why coaches tell players to “play with heart” and “put your heart into it” – put your love and care into it. Adding heart means adding love, care, kindness, patience, appreciation or compassion as we interact with what life brings us. Hundreds of scientific studies have confirmed this has a measurable impact on physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. Adding heart increases the quality of moment-to-moment awareness and bridges the connection to higher intelligence and guidance from your intuitive heart.
Forward Movement – Accessing our heart’s discernment and guidance enables us to create forward movement in personal growth. At times, when we get caught up in stress and drain energy, we can feel like we’re going backwards. As we practice putting more heart and conscious care into our interactions and keep our humility refreshed, then our forward movement quickens with more flow and less resistance.
Forward movement is created when we are committed to taking responsibility for our own energies and practice increasing our love, kindness and compassion in our interactions with others –and especially how we interact with and treat our self.
Heart-Powered Intention – The heart is the power behind higher manifestation. As you practice activating the power of your heart, it brings heart, mind and body into increased cooperation. This alignment brings in more of your spirit and higher discernment faculties—your intuition—to help facilitate the manifestation of deeper heart-felt intentions in all aspects of your life. When heart is added to your intentions, it magnetizes more effective choices and favorable outcomes.
At times, we can feel like we are missing a sense of meaning, purpose and fulfilment. Accessing more of our heart’s intelligence and inspiration and applying it in practical ways enables us to manage our energy, unfold our higher potentials, and create a more fulfilling life.