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LIVING from the HEART is the book that first introduced the method of Heart Rhythm Meditation (HRM); unlike the upward, transcendental meditation methods the public is aware of, Heart Rhythm Meditation is a downward meditation, bringing down spirit and anchoring it in your heart. HRM is especially designed to be practical in everyday life. Whereas most meditations are a relief from the stress of life, HRM is a rehearsal for life, the way you’d like to live it. HRM actually increases your ability to handle stress. This can be shown by a Heart Rate Variability (HRV) instrument, which shows precisely the condition of your heart, stressed or not.

Heart Rhythm Meditation is the only technique that develops such heart awareness that you will actually feel your heartbeat. It has many physical benefits, emotional benefits, and spiritual benefits.

Heart Rhythm Meditation is all about the heart. The intention is to experience the mystics’ saying, I am a part of all things and all things are a part of me.

HRM will not diminish your ego or turn off your mind. It puts your ego at the service of your heart, which makes the ego stronger and more useful. HRM quiets your mind by giving it something to focus upon: your breath and heartbeat. Even more important, HRM gives relief to your heart by bringing up appreciation and gratitude, without willfulness or struggle. It is an emotional meditation, yielding joy and tenderness.

HRM has many personal benefits, but those are side-effects. We do HRM primarily because of its effect upon our world. It makes us courageous and creative in handling our problems. The heart gives us both power, and guidance about how best to apply that power. HRM also creates openness and cooperation, compassion and empathic insight.

The heart, in HRM, radiates peace, joy and love.

The world desperately needs these qualities of the heart, and that motivates us to become what the world needs us to be.

Learn much more about HRM and the Path of the Heart at our University of the Heart blog, which has free articles, videos, and audio to help you live from your heart. You can also join the IAM mailing list to receive a free daily email series with tips and inspiration on heart-centered meditation and living. You get a free meditation CD when you join!

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