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The Deep Heart

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December 23, 2019

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The Deep Heart

When timeless moments solicit you, accept the invitation. Go deep within it, until you find yourself in your absence.

– Jean Klein –

The Deep Heart

“John Prendergast is a retired psychology professor, spiritual teacher, and the author of books such as ‘In Touch’ and ‘Listening from the Heart of Silence.’ His new book is titled ‘The Deep Heart: Our Portal to Presence.’ In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with John about subtle and sublime experiences of the heart. John comments on the childhood wounding that often leads to a fear of vulnerability and a general alienation from the heart’s true voice. John and Tami also talk about seeking answers through the heart rather than the mind, as well as the spiritual dimensions one explores while doing so. Finally, they discuss how to crack the armored shell caused by wounding and how you can deal skillfully with the pain of living in an uncertain, often dismaying world.” { read more }

Be The Change

Experiment with the guidance in the interview around seeking answers through the heart rather than the head. Notice what this shift surfaces for you.

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