These are my best heart healthy tips for healing your heart and making it your sacred book.
This is not about diet, exercise, and seeing your doctor. This is about what YOU can do to energize and heal the wounds of your heart so that it can become strong and resilient and can be your power center.
Allow your heart to heal itself and it will. Allow your heart to guide you and it will. Allow your heart to be your best friend and it will.
Here are the best heart healthy tips for you:
Occupy Your Heart
- You can experience the reality of your inner world by connecting with your physical heart through heart rhythm meditation practices and visualizations.
- Discover and connect with your heart intelligence. It’s not just your mind that has intelligence. Your heart is super smart and has its own intelligence system. It communicates back and forth with your mind.
- Your heart rhythms will beat smoothly if you will breathe smoothly. Learn breathing practices that will be enormously beneficial to you.
- You can heal your heart’s wounds physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Heart Rhythm practices are designed to optimize cardiac healing.
- Practice heart coherence techniques and bring balance in your life.
- Find inner peace, clarity, and comfort in your own heart. Think of how quiet it is beneath the surface of a lake or other body of water. When you dive into your heart, you find the quiet beneath the mind-chatter and activity above.
- Tear down the walls around your heart and your heart will expand, heal and energize you.
Manage Your Heart Rhythms
Your heart rhythms can be smooth and deep and rhythmic like you see in the emWave picture above. This shows a coherent heartbeat because it the heart is beating rhythmically. This is how you want your heart to beat. Anything else is stressful to your heart.
Your heartrate and your breath rate are two fundamental rhythms in your body. You can synchronize them through heart rhythm practices and you will gain great healing energy, peace, and the life force will be strong in you.
You can manage your emotions with these heart rhythm practices. This is extremely valuable to your heart health because our emotions have a way of getting the best of us. Through regular meditation practice you can begin to appreciate and feel your emotions without reacting to them impulsively.
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- Learn how to use your own heart to power your life.
- Change stress into appreciation with simple breathing practices.
- Learn the heart coherence technique and be able to adapt to any situation with your heart and breath.
- Develop a full, open heart that has great height, depth and width.
- Learn how to listen to your own heartbeat and use that feedback to calm, center, and go within.
Heart Healthy Technology Tips
Use Bio Feedback
Another great heart healthy tip is to use Biofeedback (sometimes called Active Feedback)
You can’t improve what you can’t measure. So with bio-feedback you can measure your body’s internal state through its heart rhythms and skin temperature.
Consumer biofeedback is a wonderfully enjoyable and affordable way of making us aware of processes going on within our bodies and minds.
Biofeedback devices like the ones from Wild Divine and Deepak Chopra, can be used to teach you about what’s going on inside you, while teaching you how to meditate and do other mind-body practices.
Lifestyle factors play a major role in heart health and disease. Increasing evidence suggests that medications to lower blood pressure and cholesterol prevents or reverses heart disease in only a small percentage of people.
Lifestyle factors play the major role in heart health.
Eating a Heart Healthy Diet, is a big part of the Dean Ornish Program for reversing heart disease.
Stress is related to almost 90% of all illnesses. Learn how stress affects your heart and what you can do to strengthen your heart.
Check out this cool Heart Ultrasound Video.
Here are some more heart studies that you might find helpful. Science is increasingly realizing that the heart is probably the most important organ in our body.