“Life is but the expression of spirit through matter. To make life manifest requires the union of spirit and body.”
~ Daniel D. Palmer
This is often talked about in casual conversations with others. People say to “follow your heart” or “get out of your head” somewhat frequently. Well, what does that mean? The “…union of spirit and body…” spoken about by Dr. Palmer is just that – to follow your heart. Spiritual things that are good often come through our hearts and, if followed, our spirituality increases regardless of what faith or religion you may be in.
Often times we get thoughts coming to our minds to do something that might help somebody else, or promote something good. Do we then have the courage to do that good thing? Our hearts are telling us to do it. Will we choose to do it? If we do, we often feel lighter and better inside that we just served somebody or ourselves and a feeling of satisfaction comes into our being. If we choose not to follow those feelings from our heart, it becomes harder to feel them again when they come. If not followed time and time again, then over the course of years and decades we begin to lose sight of what our hearts are speaking to us.
To keep the sanctity of life and to receive more life and health, why not unify our spirit and body and listen to our hearts? What is the worst thing that can happen when doing something good?
Yours in Health,