The way is not in the sky. The way is in the heart.
To find this way, you have to listen to your heart. In the movie ‘The power of the heart’ they present fascinating evidence that the heart is more than just a physical organ.
This suggests that our heart is a source of intelligence and allows us to more fully believe in what we intuitively sense. Your heart can actually change your views about important factors in life about money, health, relations and success. These insights subsequently train you in the specials powers of the heart such as intuition, intention, gratefulness, forgiveness and love. This movie brought together the most inspiring and influential icons of our age including Paulo Coelho, Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Isabel Allende, and Eckhart Tolle. They inspire you to find your hidden talents, to listen to your inner voice and to find your purpose in life by just uncovering rediscovering the treasure in your chest.
After hearing about the movie, it immediately caught my attention and I decided to watch it myself. I love spirituality, but I didn’t expect myself to cry several times during the movie. l could feel their words, their emotions and their actions in my own heart. It also made me think deeply about gratefulness, forgiveness and intention. This inspired me to write an article about transforming negativity into acceptance and a poem about letting go if you let your heart speak. I realize now, this movie could have influenced me that helped me to learn new insights that I used in these writings!
I would recommend everyone to watch this movie. Not only because it is touching, but also because it creates a mind shift to see things from another perspective. It makes you aware of the importance to live from your heart. Only then you will be fully alive when you learn to use the power of your heart.
Written by Sadja Faili
Daisy is the founder of Iloveyou500; a thinker and interested in personal development, social change, and human potential. Crazy about music, songwriting, religion & spirituality, (K)pop culture and music production. She works as a pastoral counselor in a Dutch nursing home and likes making new friends so feel free to get social with her.