Most of us were born and raised in cultures that value the head over the heart and, as a result, we place our own hearts below our heads in a sort of inner hierarchy of which we may not be conscious.
When you listen with your heart, the logical grid of the brain tends to soften and melt, which enables you to perceive the interconnectedness beneath the divisions and categories you use to organize the world. You begin to understand that just as the heart underlies the brain, this interconnectedness underlies everything.
When we begin to listen with our hearts rather than our heads, our whole world changes and becomes softer.
Listening with your heart is always a good way to understand beyond the words. Listening with you heart makes you feel free and build self-esteem in others. Listening with your heart makes you to benefit not only in relationships with others, but will learn new ideas and have an opportunity to share in the thoughts of others.
Listen with your heart and you will get the base of a happy relationship. When the speaker feels completely heard and understood, you will realize that even you got happy feels, because you will feel that you were in the right place, at the right time and the right person.
This is not always easy, but when a person really wants to talk, they may need your full concentration. Listening with your heart makes you not to miss the best moments of your life.
To that point, maybe you do not realize that you are in one of the most important moments of your life, but in time you will feel that you really live.
The art of listening with your heart amazes to discover that many of your situations melt like snow cones in summer. When situations are on the back burner, your love can finally assume its proper front and center position.If you want magic, just be it by yourself.
Try to listen with your heart and watch the magic that happens. Pocahontas (played by Irene Bedard)the daughter of a Native American tribe chief and an English soldier whom she shared a romance with when English colonists invaded 17th century Virginia, said that listening with your heart is what allows you to feel what the minds fails to notice.
All life forms respond to LOVE. That’s the way it is.
I try to believe like I believed when I was 5… when your heart tells you everything you need to know. ~ Lucy Liu
Do you like the idea of letting the heart taking over?:)
How do you like to listen whenever somebody is talking? Do you do that with your heart or your mind?:)
Looking forward to hearing the answer to these questions:)))