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Monday, September 15, 2014

The Power Of The Heart

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/The Power of The Heart

"The Power of the Heart shows how you can overcome limitations in your daily life to find your true potential – and reveals the heart to be a source of love and wisdom that far surpasses that of the mind."

  I received a copy of the book The Power Of The Heart and was intrigue about what to the book was trying to communicate. the message of the book was realizing the power of your heart and how you can connect with it to learn your heart's voice and wisdom. Wow! I know everybody has a heart as we need it to live but this book was telling me that the heart is more than just a organ in our body. The book explains how to listen to your heart’s voice and hear its wisdom. It also explains ways in which you can develop your intuition, create synchronicity, clarify your intentions, and exercise the power of gratitude. All of these – intuition, intention, gratitude, and synchronicity – are also powers of the heart.

   The book has many different exercises to help you learn the power of your heart and how to learn it's voice. The exercises contain lessons and quotes from many spiritual teachers who will help you tap into your full potential of your heart.

 The lesson that I liked was called The Power of Gratitude. The chapter begins with learning that gratitude is the ability to count your blessings and the ultimate way to connect with your heart. The chapter goes on to teach you about how to practice gratitude to connect more with your life. At the end of the chapter there is an exercise called  Three Blessings. To do this lesson you write down 3 things at the end of each day that went well for you. You do this for at least a week and you will feel happier and more grateful, thus feeling more connected to your heart. I already have been doing something similar in my life so these lesson was one I could connect to. As a Christian, when I pray every night, I thank God for things that went well in my day. I know that counting my blessings at the end of the day makes me happy and less stressed. I have learn to look for the good even in little things.

Here is an example of another chapter in the book.

The Your Calling Exercise page (141) To better understand your mission, answer at least 3 of the following questions in a blog post.
  • Who am I?
  • What is it I want?
  • What is my true element?
  • What does my heart guide me to want and to do?
  • What is my life's purpose?
  • Who are my heroes/heroines in history, in fiction and legend, or in religion? What is it that I admire most about them?
  • What are my unique skills and talents for a greater purpose?

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  1. What an interesting and helpful book. I think we all need to remember to connect to our hearts and our spirits.

  2. I have this book too and it is great. I love Maya Angelou and god rest her soul-her words and advise live in this book! Great exerrcises

  3. I LOVE Maya Angelou! I really want to read this book!

  4. This sounds very interesting. Who would have thought that you could do exercises to tap into the power of your heart?

  5. This is such an amazing book.I am really enjoying it so far.

  6. Sounds like a good book. I just finished a book and am looking for a new one to get started.

  7. This just sounds like an amazing read! One that I know I sure could use.


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