Four fields (out of thousands) related to Heart

 PHYSIOGNOMY 

The heart is a muscular organ responsible for pumping blood through the blood vessels by repeated, rhythmic contractions, or a similar structure in the annelids, mollusks, and arthropods. The term cardiac (as in cardiology) means “related to the heart” and comes from the Greek καρδία, kardia, for “heart.” The heart is composed of cardiac muscle, an involuntary muscle tissue which is found only within this organ. The average human heart beating at 72 BPM, will beat approximately 2.5 billion times during a lifetime spanning 66 years. [wikipedia]

CREATION 

The very first part of the human body to be created in the foetus is the heart, which is part of the anahata chakra. This is one of man’s vital organ, but does he know that the cardiac muscle harbours the Spirit within him? Beyond the physical nature of the heart lies the original source of man which is neither physical nor mental, but divine. Thus the fact that the heart is the first thing to appear in the formation of the foetus serves as a reminder to man of his true essence, the Spirit. All aspects of creation converge towards the heart because it is its nucleus. The chakras are directly connected to it. It is the body’s engine, from which the energy circulates to all the other parts; the love and joy which is able to generate are the qualities of this chakra. [The light of Koran, Flore Descieux

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POETRY

There is an eternal lovefall
in our heart
Mother, You are!
Our vibrations
are like precious rays
which bright
whenever we get togheter
Mother, that light You are!
Mother
You gave us the opportunity
to express our Self
sourrounded by your greatness
and blessings…
Please make us like mirrors
of innocent love
where everybody
can reflect the divine qualities
that You gave us
since ever in our lives.
And now.
[radha so, 2004]
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