A Place for the Heart

by Shawn Cigliano

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What is heart-centered living?

Living through emotional intelligence.

Stepping into what feels right and connected.

Finding purpose and meaning in your actions.

Working intentionally with human energies.

Getting intuitive about the unseen and unknown.

Pulling back the curtain on what is.

Pushing the boundaries of what’s comfortable in order to find what’s right.

Accepting the purpose that rests deep within your soul.

Carving out space to connect to the true essence of humanity.

Creating congruence between thought, feeling, intention, and action.

Welcome to where heart-centered living becomes communal. Any time we bond over ideas, and invite the perspectives of others into our life, we dialogue with the divinely human spark in each other. We reach for the special place of knowing, that deep wisdom, which compels us to share, question, and find common ground over collective experiences.

It’s an approach, it’s a perspective, but it’s also a calling — an innate pull — to what’s natural, what’s old, what’s true, and what fills us with the full joy of each other, together.

Further reading:

Science of the Heart from the HeartMath Institute

21 Unmistakable Traits of a Heart Centered Leader

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What is heart-centered living? Living through emotional intelligence. Stepping into what feels right and connected. Finding purpose and meaning in your actions. Working intentionally with human energies. Getting intuitive about the unseen and unknown. Pulling back the curtain on what is. Pushing the boundaries of what’s comfortable in order to find what’s right. Accepting the […]

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