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the maestro

This is where the orchestra comes together for the final performance. The fourth element in reaching continued success is the spiritual aspect of our makeup. These are issues of the heart. 

Dr. Leaf’s research has also revealed that neurologically speaking, your heart is ultra-sensitive to what you think and feel and your thoughts can directly affect your heart both figuratively and literally. 

In this process, our goals must be forgiveness toward others and learning to love ourselves. Forgiveness is a choice, an act of our will, and a valuable gift to others and ourselves. It releases us from toxic emotions. Forgiveness is not condoning someone’s behavior, but simply letting him or her off the hook. 

Your heart is not just a pump but it has the ability to pull every other system of the body into its own rhythm. When your heart is filled with love, peace and forgiveness, your entire body will follow as these tunes are resounded throughout your body, transporting life and health with every beat. 

A survey of more than 31,000 adults, released in May 2004 by the National Center for Health Statistics and NCCAM, found that 36 percent of those surveyed used complementary and alternative medicine. The number rose to 62 percent when prayer was added to the definition of complementary and alternative medicine. 

Where do we go for the truth, healing and the answers to life? Who or what will fill the void that is left when we no longer can feed our emotional hunger with food? Who will supply our innermost needs and desire for unconditional love and acceptance? Will we turn to a natural source or divine intervention? How can we heal the whole person, mind, will, emotions and spirit as well as the physical body in which we dwell? 

God holds the answers to our hungry hearts. Just as symphonies must have a conductor to guide each player into the part he must play. Without this Maestro leading and guiding this multitude of musicians, the entire orchestra would be pandemonium and chaos. 

The choice is ours. Wholeness and success can be ours… we can choose to live a life of fear, restlessness, anguish and disease, or one of hope, confidence, optimism and peace. The overture is about to begin…are you ready to play your part?

Posted on Monday, July 3, 2017 at 11:00AM by Registered CommenterJulia Holloman | Comments Off

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