Healing your physical heart, yes, the physical organ, has a lot to do with love itself.
You may have heard of heart conditions such as angina, arrhythmia, tachycardia, etc… but, through the lens of metaphysics, we can spot WHAT and WHERE in the heart it is happening precisely.
Our hearts are made up of a series of compartments and tissues, such as the heart chambers, where the blood passes from one to another. The heart muscles, such as the myocardium, which contracts so the blood can be pumped. Heart valves, arteries and veins. The heart’s electrical system, which controls its heartbeats rhythm and the heart linings, or its membranes if you may.
According to metaphysics, health metaphysics consists of a self-help resource, which determines that many of the illnesses experienced by people result from certain patterns of behavior and thinking. The metaphysics of health is not a matter of divination but is the result of studies, observation and research to designate diseases caused by emotional imbalances.
Just as physics deals with the laws that govern the physical world (such as those of gravity or the properties of waves), metaphysics describes what is beyond physics — the nature and origin of reality itself, the immortal soul, and the existence of a supreme being.
In my book “The Supernatural Science: Theory and Magic” I endeavored to explain how our thoughts and emotions travel through the nervous system and etheric energy meridians until they reach our organs, affecting them negatively and positively.
Our physical hearts are located in a region where the centre-point of giving-receiving love is, and according to the currents of vital force – i.e. Reiki, Acupuncture, Feng Shui, etc, the quality of etheric fluids being directed to the heart may influence its health.
The inability to donate or hold love can be mirrored with the inability of a heart chamber to receive and give blood. The inability to physically be near people who you had a feud with can be mirrored with the inability of a heart muscle to contract or relax so blood can pass through. The hardness of a heart’s valve, arteries and veins can be mirrored with the hardness of thoughts, caused by self-righteous emotions against others. The inability or lack of response of the heart’s electric system, which fires the chambers and muscles of our hearts can be mirrored with the inability of us to be moved by love, passively and actively. Did you smile at that baby? Did you stroke that dog when it came to you in the park? Did you tell your mum you were proud of her?
Now, let’s get physical!
Apart from revisiting those emotions and healing them, try to get your bare feet and palms on the soil. Yes, the beloved earth!
Drinking from the fountain of my latest book, again, I will finally explain how getting -literally – in touch with the earth can help your heart. Not only its electric system’s but most of those other issues.
But before I continue, let me remind you, dear reader, that the doctors should always be sought for help if you experience any discomfort or pain in your chest area, as at this stage, the malady is already in the physical body – and the physical body needs the attention of a doctor.
Ah, and remember that a healthy lifestyle which includes, fruits, greens, plenty of water, sleep and laughter are essential for the maintenance of a healthy heart.
So, it turns out walking barefoot on earth helps the electric system of the heart! How? Here’s a glimpse of the process extracted from my book:
“The cleansing or energising through telluric processes is based on the ionisation of the molecules of the physical bodies. Ionisation is the process by which an atom or molecule acquires a negative or positive charge, gaining or losing electrons, often in conjunction with other chemical changes. The electrons present in the earth are usually in much larger quantity per cm³ than the electrons in our body, so the transfer of electrons we experience when walking barefoot or touching the earth/soil is invigorating for the aura – the more ‘electrons, the thicker the electromagnetic field of the individual…”
“…Its electric system means that it is some sort of small brain, in a network of nerves and neurotransmitters similar to those found in the brain, which work to detect patterns in the body and warn the brain. The heart has the largest electromagnetic field in the human body, about 4 metres in diameter. According to researchers, this electromagnetic field is affected by the electromagnetic field of other people, the earth, the animals, plants and even those of planets.”
The electrical system of our hearts is the main controller of how the chambers and muscles will work. Also, it regulates the strength of the valves and the membrane’s behaviour.
Having a balanced amount of charged electrons is imperative for the health of the heart’s electric system.
So apart from walking barefoot on soil, gardening without gloves is another way of balacing up your heart’s main generator – electricity. The chambers, muscles, valves and membrane will all thank you.