What does your heart know, that your head has forgotten?

I often get lost in my own head. There’s so much going on, so many things I want to do, so many things different people need from me. So many things I have to do! Add on top of that, our tendency, as a society, is to value the head over the heart (especially when it comes to practical matters, or business matters).

Mostly, the heart gets put on the back burner with the idea that I’ll get to it later when I have some quiet time. But, if you’re like me, “quiet” time can be very few and far between.

And then there are the times my heart is quietly advising me on what I should do, but head gets in the way, talks a good talk, and leads me astray.

Good thing our hearts are patient and kind.

So what does my heart know that my head has forgotten? My head has forgotten what it means to listen to God and hear the voice of the Universe in all the things that I do. I’ve been so determined to MAKE things happen, that I haven’t stopped to listen to the wisdom of my heart and seek it’s guidance on the things I’m working on and through.

And here’s the thing, the moment I did, I had instant clarity on where I need to go, what I need to do, and how I need to be.

On top of that, I felt so much lighter.

What has your head forgotten that your heart knows the answer to?

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