March 18, 2012

Keeping the Heart Open to Sacred Love

Today’s post is the third in a series of articles for highly-sensitive people. The full presentation was given February 14, 2012 by Yvonne Perry in the Fizzle to Sizzle Relationship Telesummit hosted by You may listen to the entire presentation by clicking the arrow in the player below.

Your spiritual heart is meant to be open to Spirit. When the spiritual heart is infused with divine love it holds the greatest power there is. When we are connected to our Sacred Heart, we are in a state of truth—we live authentically, and we realize there is nothing to guard against. Our heart can be open to others—not blindly open, but wisely knowing what is safe to let in and what should be avoided. Our heart is open yet we are not worried about being hurt because we understand and listen to our intuition to know what we can trust to let in our heart. By the same intuition we know what doesn’t resonate with our sacred space and what we need to filter out. When we have absolute connection to Spirit we have clear guidance to discern what course to take in any moment.

The heart communicates with us through our feelings and emotions. When the heart is closed to infinite love, it feels abandoned or rejected. When we have these feelings, our heart is telling us that it does not feel connected to its source of nourishment. When the heart has been completely walled off, one may experience all sorts of problems in relationships and the physical body—especially with the physical heart. When we feel this disconnection, remember your heart is sending you a message. It is asking to be infused with love.

We need to love ourselves before we can love anyone else. This self-love comes from the Sacred Heart. When we depend upon a relationship to feel loved, adored, or respected we allow another person to be a receptor of the love we feel in ourselves. If that person is suddenly gone from our lives, we feel lonely or betrayed. This is when we really need to give ourselves unconditional love, emotional support, self-respect, adoration. When that significant person is gone, we must pick up the role they were playing and become our own lover. We put meaning back into our lives by reconnecting with the Sacred Heart and doing or being for ourselves what that partner has been for us. If you are feeling loss, let it serve as a reminder to look within your personal heart and find sacred love.

Connection with the Sacred Heart is the one relationship we can count on to always be there. It dwells within us and it is ours forever. When we feel we are losing someone or something dear to us is not the time to create more separation from Sacred Love, but many times that is exactly what we do. Even though it feels like love is leaving us, it is the other person’s presence, which we have equated to love, that has left us. No one else is in control of your personal experience of sacred love. Being in a close relationship with another person gives us the opportunity to share love that ultimately comes from the dimension of sacred love through the Sacred Heart. We can open to that dimension by expressing love to another person, and we can also experience sacred love without a partner.

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