Heart Healthy Living & Healing with Love

By Toni Silveira-Gillie on January 28, 2010

Heart Healthy Living & Healing with Love healthy heart sodium healthy heart eating healthy heart heart health diet heart diet healthy heart healthy eating weight loss fat loss health and wellness exercise cardiovascular health exercise for weight lossAs I was hosting a viewing of the new movie that features Reconnective Healing called, The Living Matrix: A Film on the New Science of Healing, an interesting thought occurred to me in relation to how the heart heals. As a Reconnective Healing Practitioner for the past 5 ½ years, I have been amazed at the body’s ability to transform itself through light and information, which is what is being received during our healing sessions. I made a connection between the feeling of love I often feel during a session and the heart’s corresponding signals.

Along with giving us greater insight into Reconnective Healing, The Living Matrix movie discusses how the information within our cells is influenced by the signals given to it from outside the environment, signals such as pressure, sound, heat, light, electrical, and magnetic signals. During Reconnective Healing sessions, we also experience the sensations of pressure, sound, light, heat, electrical, and magnetic frequencies. Although I’ve seen this movie several times, this is the first time I put together the idea that the heart and Reconnective Healing have the same purpose, which is to heal with love. They both send signals to the body to promote health and well-being.

If the heart is responsible for sending and receiving signals necessary for healing the body, then isn’t it our job to stop and listen? Day to day life seems to take control, we do what we are “supposed” to do, “should” do, or what is “expected” of us, rarely listening to what our heart wants us to do. Yet, deciphering our heart’s wishes may well be our chance for a healthy transformation. As a Reconnective Healing Practitioner, I have seen what the healing power of frequency can do when a client has gotten up off the table after a 30 minute session and no longer has a limp when they walk. Our heart is a powerful frequency generator and has incredible untapped potential. Unfortunately, we are often too busy with the rest of our lives to slow down and experience that power.

With the start of a New Year, resolutions are made. Now is the perfect time to listen to the rhythm of our hearts to guide us into 2010 with love and health.

Here are some suggestions for heart-healthy living:

  • Before you get out of bed in the morning, take 5 minutes to breathe and ask yourself, what does my heart want me to do today? Listen and hear what it says.

  • Get a copy or go to a screening of The Living Matrix movie and explore the section that discusses the heart’s special role in our bodies.

  • Plan a healthy heart day, prepare meals that are known to be good for the heart. Enjoy some wild salmon and try a new vegetable or fruit. Some heart-healthy long term goals could be putting down the salt shaker and limiting meals eaten at fast food joints.

  • Get off the couch and get your heart pumping with some cardiovascular exercises. Go for a walk or check out a fitness class at your local gym with a friend. You may also want to consider parking your car farther away from the shopping centre or making a commitment to take the stairs whenever you can.

  • If you smoke, consider quitting. Decide on a quit date and stick to it. Before your quit date, rid your home of any smoking paraphernalia and record the benefits of quitting and keep in a visible place.

  • Try a Reconnective Healing session and/or talk to a friend about how to love thyself more. Ask yourself this: how hard are you on yourself? Treat yourself the way you treat others.

For some people, the New Year signifies change and an opportunity to start fresh; for others it is just the next day after December 31st. It is always the perfect time to heal. As your heart sends messages out into the world to bring you what you need, take the time to support its process today, rather than waiting until tomorrow to see what it has in store for you.


By Toni Silveira-Gillie| January 28, 2010
Categories:  Restore

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