It’s Not the Pump: part one from the DEEP HEART!

“When I write about the human heart, I am not referring to the physical pump on the left side of the chest, despite its interesting electromagnetic qualities.

Rather, I mean the center of extraordinary sensitivity in the center of the chest that has infinite depth.

It is a multidimensional center of being, knowing, and feeling.

Our experience of it can range across a wide spectrum — from the gross, through the subtle, to the infinite.

Our sense of self can accordingly vary from being highly constricted and exclusive to being infinitely expansive and inclusive.

Likewise, our knowing can range from being densely veiled and distorted to being transparently clear.

Further, our capacity to feel can range from being relatively numb to being exquisitely attuned and quietly joyful, or anywhere in between.
My two cents: I search for my multidimensional center of being, knowing, and feeling.

It’s such a different search than therapy ever posed.

Therapy helped me and healed many things, this latent trauma needs spiritual healing.

My opinion.

5 responses to this post.

  1. I’m with you Marty. John’s work is grounding yet powerful. 💛🙏🏼💛

  2. I search for the door

  3. Posted by rudid96 on July 4, 2022 at 12:51 pm

    I don’t search for spiritual awakening. When we quiet our minds and turn our attention to nature I’m in awe, struck by its wonder and beauty. I’m alive now. When I’m dead, I’m gone.

  4. I am in the midst of opening my heart and getting out of my head

    Whatever that is called

  5. Even when I was at the zen center for five years I never searched for awakening

    I wanted to heal, whatever it took

    Healing was enormous enough for me

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