- Trust Your Heart: How to Connect With Your Inner Wisdom
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Mankind has been seeking wisdom and knowledge since the beginning of time, but most people never find it. Because in their pride and arrogance, they have sought for it inside themselves, rejecting God and His Word. In their minds, wisdom is easy to come by rather than being a treasure that must be sought. Just listen to the best-selling advice of Oprah Winfrey, whom thousands of people follow: Our real power comes from knowing who we are. I've always believed you really need no gurus, no leaders, no guides—just yourself.
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Be still and know it. She could not be more spiritually deceived. So who's right—Oprah or the Bible? This book tells fascinating stories about the heart and its energetic reach and abilities. Heart transplant patients change their preferences for food and music and even their personalities to that of their donor without ever knowing a thing about their donors. In our society, the brain takes the lead which leads to imbalance.
Bringing the heart back into the equation creates balance and better health. The writing style of the book isn't the easiest to get through but the subject matter is inter This book tells fascinating stories about the heart and its energetic reach and abilities. The writing style of the book isn't the easiest to get through but the subject matter is interesting enough to make it a worthwhile read. Mar 31, Amelia rated it it was amazing. Aug 21, Sherry rated it really liked it.
A fascinating blend of ancient wisdom, modern medicine, scientific research and personal experiences that proves the human heart, not the brain, holds the secrets that link body, mind and spirit. A book that can never really be finished - but can certainly used as a reference point. Aug 17, Jim Gleason rated it really liked it Shelves: As a transplant recipient have you ever been asked about traits being transferred with that transplanted organ?
Or have you ever wondered about that concept yourself, maybe even had an experience that seemed to be related to that same possibility? No, then maybe its just related to us heart transplants that such subjects come up. As a heart recipient myself, I have been fascinated with such topics but have not experienced any such transference or cellular memory events myself. I have talked to o As a transplant recipient have you ever been asked about traits being transferred with that transplanted organ?
From that reading I find myself eager to engage anyone willing to listen and discuss such possibilities, maybe more out of its entertainment power over some table conversation at transplant related events or general conversation that never ceases to draw people into such dialogue.
She certainly was sane and credible, not selling anything, just sharing an experience that eventually captured both TV audiences on some national talk shows in promoting her own autobiography, A Change of Heart. Ok, so nothing has been proven, but certainly the reading of such experiences post heart transplant is fascinating, especially if you are one of the thousands of heart recipients enjoying life with that new heart. I would recommend this book, not for its scientific merit, but rather for its entertainment value and for the questions it leaves behind in its reading.
I promise that you will be talking about these stories when you are through, and you will be the center of that party conversation with such a topic.
The Heart's Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy
It opens the mind to ideas and concepts that remind us all how little we really do know about our human existence. Pearsall offers, I do believe that others have them. This reading offers insights into the realm of our being that science has yet to really come to grips with, but in years to come I wouldn't be surprised to find acceptance of what seems very "wild ideas" today, just as he suggests to the reader.
If you can't have your own heart transplant, this is the next most interesting way to share some of that unique miracle that so many today are living.
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I was excited to have a phone conversation with this author, focused on just the transplant communications referred to as "cellular memory" - still not sure what to make of his other philosophies beyond that topic. Sep 07, LaRae rated it liked it Shelves: Parts of this book were really interesting. Other parts felt flat-out made up, with little besides anecdotal evidence to support them. However, wading through the hooey I did find some nuggets. I definitely live more from my head than my heart, and will be making an effort to focus more on and listen more closely to my heart.
Mar 14, Shankar B rated it really liked it. Just started reading, but getting a feeling it's going to take me to another dimension. I intuitively believe the Heart has a larger place in the years to come.. Jan 27, H. This book really shows up our brains' egocentric delusion for what it is and reasserts the sadly-neglected heart's central role in connecting, nurturing and integrating not only in the individual, but transpersonally. The book details profound implications for maintaining good physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and healing, going far beyond the blinkered biomechanical view of health that, like the brain, so dominates our modern world.
You may find the repetition in the first half o This book really shows up our brains' egocentric delusion for what it is and reasserts the sadly-neglected heart's central role in connecting, nurturing and integrating not only in the individual, but transpersonally. You may find the repetition in the first half of the book a little annoying, if necessary for the message to really sink in; but stick with it: Mar 18, Pranada Comtois rated it liked it.
This is another book that will serve to open the heart of the inquisitive, astute, and broadminded. It's important for my own research and life work, to have these scientists presenting the evidence that the heart not only loves and feels, but thinks, remembers, and communicates.
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I find these findings augment and fortify my knowledge and determination to live a heart-centered life and that doesn't mean a whimsical, emotional life, but a life grounded in reality and the truth that love is the most important energy in the universe. Oct 12, Judith rated it it was amazing. Remember when people believed that the Earth was the center of our universe and the Sun rotated around it, only to discover evidence that we lived in a Solar system, and the Earth rotated around the Sun?
That in fact, our hearts seem to be the seat of wisdom, insights, thought, and even cellular memories that can guide us into a safer, saner, and more humane way of living - if only we can learn to respect and listen to them. He had me hooked from the forward! Jul 28, Nicole Polk rated it really liked it Shelves: A fascinating look at theories in science about how cells have memory and the heart has intelligence.
I was most taken with some of the stories of transplant patients and how pieces of personality, behaviors, and tastes can transfer from one person to another. I don't want to spoil them, but I've spoken with some transplant nurses, curious to know if these things really happen and I've been assured that they have all heard of such miraculous stories. Oct 07, David Wright rated it it was amazing. This book by a cardio energeticist is about the closest I have seen anyone discuss themechanics of spirituality, and how the heart network is the real worldwide web, connecting us all.
For those of us who have studied other esoteric teachings around the world, from shamanism, huna, to buddhism, one will see echoes of the ancient wisdom coming through in his writing. May 26, Donna rated it liked it.
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This book requires a lot of concentration to read. It was interesting and I suspect science may show much of it to be true, but I don't think the author gave as much research as he gave speculation. My heart "feels" it to be true, but my brain says the evidence for many of his claims are not there yet. Jan 12, Debbie Lamperd rated it it was amazing Shelves: The author of this book, Paul Pearsall, shares his professional experience with his readers about the fascinating concept of cellular memories.
How does an 8 year old heart transplant recipient remember the face of her donor's murderer?
This book will challenge your whole concept of what you may consider reality. There is definitely a bigger picture to life than you may know about. Find this author's theories incredible and his choice to publish it gutsy since it was going against the normal thoughts and theories of the medical field. Some parts are a little scientifically dry and a little too wordy, but the case studies and his own personal story were fascinating and made it a faster read.
Sep 12, Barbara rated it it was ok. Interesting that this doctor talks a lot about the "L" energy which I think translates to "Love" although he never comes out and says that. Lots of interesting stories from heart transplant recipients. Apr 26, Leslie rated it liked it. Lots of information about how to keep your heart healthy - pay more attention to the information it sends you.
I especially enjoyed the information about recipients of organ transplantation and how they felt the new organs were giving them ideas of how to live. Aug 19, Freya Magnusson rated it really liked it Shelves: Good book, though I come away with still not understanding what the Heart's Code is A lot of good information though about the heart intelligence as our primary intelligence. Apr 08, John Hawkins rated it it was amazing. This book came out of nowhere and surprised me.
I picked it blindily off the shelf in a library in Coronado, CA. It appeared again on a shelf in Bellingham, Wa. It is a little difficult to read, but excuse me its heart is in the right place. Jul 06, Patricia rated it liked it. Apr 15, Darlene Lambert Meredith rated it really liked it. I read this one a while ago and lent it to someone It was a fantastic book as I recall. I'd like to reread it!
Sep 24, Jan Frederik rated it it was amazing. This Book solves the density of the thought it self.