The Heart's Note: Sounding Love in Your Life from Your Heart's Secret Chamber

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Findhorn Press, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 160 pages
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A powerful and inspirational treatise, this study examines the heart as the seat of the soul and shows how, with a daily application of love, humanity can access its wisdom to find answers and create change. Drawn from research of indigenous tribes, ancient rituals, and Christian mystics, this resource teaches that heart consciousness?the idea of the heart as the ultimate truth of creation and the way in which people connect with each other?will enable harmony, peace, and satisfaction. Also illustrating that there is something crucially lacking in today's society because of the disconnect to the heart, this important investigation encourages readers to be open to love, the fundamental physiological aspect through which true inner peace, normally lost in childhood, can be rediscovered.

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The Heart's Note shares powerful insights about the knowledge of the heart as the seat of the soul, and how a practical daily application of love can create answers to the myriad problems of life.

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Stewart Pearce is an internationally renowned voice coach and sound healer. He is the master of voice at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the head of voice at the Drama Center in London. He has worked with many celebrities and politicians, including Vanessa Redgrave, Tony Blair, Princess Diana, and Simon Callow, as well as corporate companies such as L'Oreal, BBC, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He is the author of The Alchemy of Voice.

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