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Heart Math

During the 1970s and 1980s I lived in Menlo Park, CA. It was a small town in those times, and I would walk or ride my bicycle to wherever I needed to go. Within a few blocks of each other were Stanford Research Institute, Noetic Sciences, East West Bookstore and The Heart Math Research Center. As I walked by I wondered what Heart Math meant.

Also at that time I lived within a mile of The Linus Pauling research center, Stanford University, and another mile up the hill, the Stanford Linear accelerator. 

Steve Jobs, in a motivational  speech, told us you can only connect the dots joining the events of your life backwards.

I have found that to be very true in my experiences.

Heart Math is one of those dots.

I was reaping the benefits in my higher consciousness of living in such close proximity to all of those organizations. I was receiving higher consciousness, new information, telepathically or in resonance and coherence without even realizing it.

In the early 1980s I went back to school and attended San Francisco State University. I was enrolled in a Physical Education Major and needed a Minor, so I enrolled in Nexus—Science and Humanities convergence. We studied Science courses paired with humanities. My first pair was Biology with English. I loved theses courses, as the research was showing that there was a “split-brain, split-culture,” phenomenon in our world because we hadn’t learned to use our whole brain in coherence with our heart.

That was in 1980-1982. The idea of the right side of the brain being intuitive, artistic and sensitive while the left side was logical, tending toward math and science, was not mainstream news yet.

Cut to connecting the dots of my present awareness with Heart Math. All of the concepts I learned in my Nexus studies have been verified and proven many times over. We are learning at an accelerated rate by using our whole brain intelligence combined with our heart’s intelligence.

Our heart actually has intelligence that is separate from our brain. When used coherently with our mind, we can become aware of our connection to all that is. We can easily tap into higher group consciousness. Teamwork and cooperation become the new norm. Our heaven on Earth     can manifest as we practice these simple coherence techniques.

I hope you will enjoy all three videos and see what is possible for Humanity, Now.

Water, Walking and Words

In the video above Oprah interviews Thich Nhat Hanh, or Thay, as his followers call him.

Many years ago I saw this interview, and the part that stayed with me is when Oprah tells Thay that just being in his presence she feels less stress and more peaceful. She asks him if he always feels peace and he responds, “That is my practice.”  

That one thought has stayed with me, “That is my practice.” It has inspired me to write about Water, Walking and Words and having that as a practice. I know that walking is the best exercise, fresh spring water one of the best things for our bodies, and words create our experiences in life.

My reasoning is that knowing these simple three things and practicing them can be very beneficial. Thay combines walking with mindfulness and peace. I like to combine walking mindfully with cultivating joy as my practice. When he said cultivating peace is my practice, it gave me not only an overwhelming feeling that peace is possible, but a knowing that we can practice Divine Qualities of kindness, love and joy until they are such a part of us that they radiate from us and are available for others who are in our presence.

The statement, “That is my practice,” frees us to start again when we fall short. When we put our energy and intention, our mindfulness, to a practic,e it will grow, step by step. Our job is to choose where we want to put our energy and intention.

I often ask myself the question, “What do I want to bring into this moment?”

I included the video in the middle today because I feel grateful that our US Embassy, in an official capacity, gave a tribute to Thay. The United States was one of his second homes, and he still has a great following here, along with Plum Village in France.

The last video is a wonderful teaching about worry, which I feel we can all benefit from.

I’ve have listened to many of Thay’s teaching  videos over the years and have received their effect of being bridges of love light to my high self.

What do you want to have as your practice, without any self-judgement or recrimination, just a loving habit that will allow one of the many Divine parts of yourself to grow and flourish?

Sound

Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers performs live on the Andy Williams Show, 1965. Unchained Melody. Beautiful and amazing. Enjoy.

We have learned from Abraham, in the Hicks material, how very important it is for us to feel good. One of my favorite books of theirs is Ask and it is Given. A very easy to understand and practice “how to” for raising your vibration.

Esther Hicks has been teaching us for 30 years to make feeling good a priority in our lives so we can attract the life we want to live. Sound, music and singing are a valuable way to raise our vibration so we can feel good.

We have access today to an infinite variety of music, sound and singing on YouTube. Amazing performances like the ones included here are free. Each of these always help me raise my vibration to joy and gratitude.

This year I am going to treat myself to more enlivening sound frequencies. One that I have known about for a while is the F sharp tuning fork. It aligns the heart chakra.

Another is Tibetan bowls and bells. The sounds they give off are frequencies that uplift. The vibrations are also tangible. Crystal Bowls are another powerful transmitter of high frequencies.

I am going to have fun this year learning more about creating with Sound. 

The video at the top of this blog is one of my all-time favorites.

The piece at the bottom is “’El Condor Pasa,’ an original Peruvian Folklore (song) popularized by Simon and Garfunkel in 1970. ‘If I could’ is the best known Peruvian song from the Zarzuela El Condor Pasa composed by Daniel Alomia Robles in 1913. From 2004 this piece is a Cultural Heritage of Peru. This theme is considered the second National Anthem of Peru. ‘The Condor flies in both the Americas connecting all Native races.’

Performed by Peruvian musician Alexandro Querevalu with a native Indian flute called Quena and traditional Andes Regalias (poncho) is felt deep within the Soul.”

You may also want to explore sound, music, drumming and singing as it is not only uplifting but gives rise to our Highly creative Soul.

Joy

Porcupine on Teton River – Photo by Hana Cynkar

One of my personal bridges of love light that never fails me is Mother Nature.

The infinite variety of life here on Grandmother Earth provides unlimited opportunities for joy, discovery, healing and wonder.

I can be feeling “blue,” as my mom used to call sadness, and a few minutes being with the spirit of nature brings me back to Joy.

We are made out of Love, which contains joy. 

My intention for our new year of 2022 is to cultivate more Joy for myself and others.

The photo above is of a porcupine in the grass, which perfectly camouflages it. My friend once taught me that if you want to spot wildlife, hold a focus toward the horizon and look for movement. That really works. I’m always elated when I can spot a deer or even tiny critters in the wild.

The Diamond light sparkles on the water always bring me joy also.

The bottom photo is of another Joy producer for me, flowers. 

For your 2022, you may want to cultivate more joy in your life. Joy helps your body be its healthiest. Joy opens up our creativity. Joy emanates from us to spread happiness to others. Joy inspires.

The following are resources that have helped me cultivate more Joy in my life:

Donna Eden’s “Radiant Circuit” online course and 10 minute energy routine.

All of Eckhart Tolle’s books and online courses.

Green Hope Farm, flower essences and website.

Mission: JOY, Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama.

The Elemental Kingdom, The Spirit of Mother Nature, Earth, Air, Water, Fire.

The Animal and Plant Kingdoms.

Singing “LuLaLuLaLi. Love, Peace, Harmony and Joy.”

Dr. & Master Sha’s  books and website.

We are all unique in the Universe. Cultivating your very own Joy space is well worth your time and effort.

Photo by Nina Wilkins

A Higher Perspective

When I was growing up in the 1950s, my mom,  dad,  sister and I would all sit on the couch and watch TV together. Most of the programs were G-rated, even though that was before ratings.

When we were watching and a commercial came on, I would ask my mom, “Is the show over?” I really wanted to see the end and feared I had missed it.

She often teased me about this because I asked that so often.

Now in my adult life I still have that feeling that I am going to miss the “heaven on earth” promised by the Golden Age of Aquarius. That passes quickly as I observe little things that are the beginnings of The New Earth, NOW.

This last Sunday I woke up to a moment of Heaven on Earth as I saw the sunrise and the full moonset. I don’t often get to see the sunrise here in the mountains, as there is often cloud cover or fog in the early morning. Seeing the Full moon set is also a rarity. We had what is called here “a bluebird day.” Spectacular clear blue sky with white barked aspens, which are  leaf-less, giving a stark, beautiful backdrop to the Grand Tetons on the horizon.

I haven’t missed heaven on earth as it is here now in these serene moments that I get to receive into my awareness.

Thank you, Grandmother Earth and Mother Nature.

Sananda has taught me that we live in a holographic Universe. The great is in the small and the small in the great. Rumi has taught us that the one drop of water contains the whole ocean.

So, my dear readers, we can collect these moments and add them to the collective consciousness of heaven on earth until it is evident for all.

Don’t worry. Be happy. We didn’t miss it.

Be aware of the moments you are adding to the whole. My higher self often reminds me, “one grain of rice” — as a thought, happy feeling, compassion, joy, appreciation, being the love that you are — does add to the creation, no mater how small.

 These small actions can tip the scale to goodness for all sentient beings living on earth.

So smile today– laugh, jump, dance or Love all the good that is here just for YOU.

Mother Teresa reminds us: do small things with great love.

You will reap the reward of feeling very good. 

The videos today from Lorna Byrne demonstrate how we can help ourselves, and Mother Nature, by growing in LOVE.

We have entered the beautiful Golden Age of Aquarius.

The main qualities of our new time on miraculous Grandmother Earth with her daughter Mother Nature are: The Power of NOW, Working with and healing our Earth and Mother Nature, Prosperity for All Sentient beings to Flourish and Grow, Teamwork, Cooperation, Unity, Oneness, Creativity, and LOVE.

These are the main qualities, though we are not limited to these. Each are infinite in expression.

LOVE is the operative quality. The power of Love.

All of these qualities are available for all of us. When in your quiet, contemplative time, you can acknowledge and put your attention on one or all and they will be more tangible for you. Like the wind behind your back or flowing downstream.

Each of these qualities have a Reality that we can tap into.

The two YouTube videos I’ve included today show amazing people and organizations that embody these qualities and inspire and show us how we, too, can make a huge difference for the Healing of Grandmother Earth and Mother Nature. 

The cleaning of the Oceans will allow the fish populations to return with sustainable fishing practices. Our clean Oceans can feed one billion people.

Jane Goodall, in the video below, inspires us at a very deep level. Her work just keeps expanding and growing. She embodies all of the qualities above as a Global teacher for The GOOD. Her last name says it all. 

The Golden Age of Aquarius

What we notice increases. What we notice and feel with love increases exponentially.

I enjoy noticing and feeling appreciation for great and small signs that the Aquarian Age is here NOW.

The account of change in the corporate world in the video below, expresses all of the main qualities of the new world, The Golden Age of Aquarius, which is here Now.

Love, Oneness, Unity, Teamwork, Cooperation, Prosperity for All, sharing, and caring for  Nature, Grandmother Earth, Creativity, and the power of Now are the main qualities of our New World. 

Each of these qualities is infinite in expression and an aspect of The Divine, Our Source and Creator.

Love is the answer.

In my spiritual studies over the years, I have heard the expression, “You can’t out give God.”

As you give from your heart you will receive from the Universe of Good in some surprising and miraculous ways.

This is a very bountiful Universe with plenty of Love, food, Creativity and every Good thing for All sentient Beings.

Love

Love. Today is all about Love, the strongest force in the Universe that is gentle and kind.

Lorna Byrne sees angels. She has written seven books about them. Her memoir is Angels in My Hair.

Her video today is one of the best teachings on mediation I’ve seen.

The other gift for you is from Leo Buscaglia, who was affectionately called the “Love Doctor.” He taught a course at USC called “Love 101” and wrote several books. His book, Love, was one of my favorites, and I used to carry it around with me– also Living, Loving & Learning.

Enjoy this article by Leo Buscaglia that a friend sent me. It says it All.

GOD’S WIFE
An eye witness account from New York City , on a cold day in December, some years ago: A little boy, about 10-years-old, was standing before a shoe store on the roadway, barefooted, peering through the window, and shivering with cold.

A lady approached the young boy and said, ‘My, but you’re in such deep thought staring in that window!’

‘I was asking God to give me a pair of shoes,’ was the boy’s reply.

The lady took him by the hand, went into the store, and asked the clerk to get half a dozen pairs of socks for the boy. She then asked if he could give her a basin of water and a towel. He quickly brought them to her.

She took the little fellow to the back part of the store and, removing her gloves, knelt down, washed his little feet, and dried them with the towel.

By this time, the clerk had returned with the socks. Placing a pair upon the boy’s feet, she purchased him a pair of shoes.

She tied up the remaining pairs of socks and gave them to him. She patted him on the head and said, ‘No doubt, you will be more comfortable now.’

As she turned to go, the astonished kid caught her by the hand and, looking up into her face with tears in his eyes, asked her:

‘Are you God’s wife?’

Our inner being, our inner child who is innocent, is all love, like these children.

Love,
Nina