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CITE: Pearce, J. C. The heart-mind matrix: How the heart can teach the mind new ways to think. Park Street Press. 1990

SUMMARY

“The Heart-Mind Matrix” explores the relationship between the heart and mind and how they work together to create meaning and understanding in our lives. Pearce argues that the heart has a significant role in shaping our consciousness, and that it is essential to develop a strong connection between the heart and mind in order to achieve balance and fulfillment.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The heart has its own intelligence and can communicate with the brain in complex ways
  • Developing a strong connection between the heart and mind can lead to increased creativity, intuition, and emotional intelligence
  • The Heart-Mind Matrix can be used as a tool for personal growth and self-realization

SELECTED QUOTES

  1. “The heart-mind matrix is a way of being, a new level of understanding, feeling, and knowing, a new state of consciousness that integrates our intellect with our intuition, our thoughts with our feelings.” (p. 2)
  2. “The heart-mind matrix is a point of balance between the mental and emotional realms of human experience, a place where thought and feeling can come together to create a new reality.” (p. 22)
  3. “The heart-mind matrix is a gateway to the unknown, a portal to the deeper mysteries of life, a path to self-discovery and self-realization.” (p. 39)
  4. “When the heart and mind are in alignment, we experience a deep sense of inner peace and harmony, a feeling of wholeness and completeness that transcends our everyday experience.” (p. 56)
  5. “The Heart-Mind Matrix is a journey of self-discovery and self-realization, a path of awakening that leads us to the deepest levels of our being.” (p. 75)
  6. “The Heart-Mind Matrix is a tool for personal growth and transformation, a means of accessing the full potential of our humanity.” (p. 92)
  7. “The heart-mind matrix is a new paradigm of human consciousness, a shift in our understanding of what it means to be human, and a path to a more enlightened and compassionate world.” (p. 108)
 
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