Moving From Timelines To Heartlines

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When we find ourselves moving from head to heart, from thinking to feeling, timelines become heartlines.  There is no perfect timing other than right NOW.  When we have the capacity and the willingness to hold whatever comes our way emotionally and spiritually, what needs and wants to be felt comes right through our door, even when parts of us question the timing as being too fast or even too slow.  

It is so easy for our mind to place circumstances into some prescribed or contrived box of what makes “sense”.  This sensibility can bring some safety and comfortability to a part of us, but it does not offer us the grist of uncertainty and unknown.  Our protective part is programmed to avoid collateral damage and will look for any solution to this predicament.  This can only serve to cut off the growth ground that we came here to experience and cherish for all it was meant to deliver us.  

Our heartline exists in the HERE and NOW.  A new situation arises that is almost antithetical to what our mind had assumed or expected.  Our ‘mind’ of course really being a part of us that is more mental and protective.  From our heartline we are invited to feel the possibilities, the fear, the anxiety, the joy, and any other emotion that comes up in response to what is actually occurring in real time. This can be rooted in this and or any other “hearttime”, as opposed to “lifetime”.  What triggers us is all part of a larger NOW tapestry that spans the timeless and spaceless.  It is all a part of the larger Cosmic Heart that is out wanting to feel itself in all possibilities.  

These present tense heartlines send out echoes into the vastness, and timelines become dotted lines that are more projected possibility than set in stone reality.  This concrete feeling comes from our more mental and conditioned parts and aspects of our Selves that still haven’t made it into the fluidity of BEing and trust.  I feel myself still healing my way there one day at a time.  One experience and choice at a time.  Whether it is from my leading, authentic edge, or my trailing, more wounded edge.  

The biggest piece is to trust that there is enough You to navigate this even in the hard times.  This is possible when you are able to separate yourself from the more conditioned and protective parts of you.  In SoulFullHeart we do this through journaling with our parts and having them land in those who have been through the same process with their own parts.  This helps to create the separation needed to hold these reactions in the most difficult of times.  You can then feel and navigate new heartlines as they arise in real, NOW time.  It takes the “time” it takes and are only given the crucibles of new experiences when you have enough You to be with them, even if it does seem like you can.

So here is the end of time as we have known it, and a birth of a new NOW.  One that keeps us in an ever expansive awareness of change and a trust in what it is wanting to birth and invite us into.  It is both exciting and challenging, until it just becomes our new `normal`.  If you feel the transitions of new timelines and are looking for more NOWness with others that are experiencing and exploring the same, I invite you to feel into sessions and feel where our heartlines come together.

Gabriel Heartman is an emoto-spiritual teacher, men’s and women’s facilitator, energy healer, writer, poet, and heartist with the SoulFullHeart Way of Life.  Visit https://www.soulfullheartwayoflife.com for more information about space holding sessions, group calls, videos, community, etc.

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