When Heart Feel is someone’s natural strength, then there’s a NATURAL inclination to look behind someone’s behavior and actions to notice what’s REALLY going on. These people are easily into unconditional love and because they know deeply in their hearts what’s really going on with someone else, they tend to not get stuck in judgement and the blame that follows that stuckness. The effect of that unconditional love and the lack of judgement and blame melts defensiveness and resistance in others. I’d say that Heart Feel brings out the best in others, except that the “best in others” always existed and is available to all of us no matter what our natural talents for feeling. Animals love it.
In the extreme of the other side of Heart Feel, people with this natural strength can almost literally feel their hearts being torn apart with anguish and despair.
There’s a phenomenal strength in the gentleness of Heart Feel when it’s in balance – an ability to change our world and the world around us. When your Heart Feel is used to look BEHIND the circumstances, the problem, the blame and the judgement to see what’s REALLY going on – about EVERYthing – then expansive understanding and unconditional love is the result. Unconditional love for self and others becomes the predominant experience and anguish and despair gets less and less.
Like the other feelings, BOTH sides of Heart Feel are just as important as each other in their guidance and both sides of Heart Feel are fundamental to our ability to joyfully create something better and change something that we care about.
Today’s photo: I chose this photo because a snarling dog before breakfast might be a bit much, though it might have made the point better. Heart Feel is sooo… much bigger than the simple heart felt “awww” at such cuteness as this – it’s UNconditional love that’s experienced easily when we understand what’s going on behind even the snarling dog’s behavior. The photo of her gorgeous new pup is by Renae Knowles in Western Australia. She’s a Rapid Transformational Therapist, which is a kind of super hypnotherapy. She’s also the singer/ songwriter of beautiful heart filled song The Lucky One on this youtube about the wild horses. The song is background for the first half, then full sound with the written words so you can sing along too.