Category: The Human Heart

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The World Changes When Our Hearts Do

It is now time in human evolution to start thinking with the mind of the heart. As Van Morrison puts it in one of his lyrics: “If my heart could do my thinking, and my head begin to feel, I would look upon the world anew, and know what’s truly real.”

This poetic injunction is the key mission of humanity as it develops moral (warmed-up) thinking instead of brain-bound, cold, dead thinking that leads to the void of materialism.

The head is the past. The heart is the past, present and future where we learn to speak with the divine and receive cosmic nourishment from the exchange of love between humans and the divine. Or as Meister Eckhart has told us: “God is born in the heart and the heart is born in God.”

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Meow

We know it may seem like an abrupt ending to the Cat Reports, but we want to take the AIM School of Truth to a higher level of experience for our readers. Douglas spent the summer researching the heart for this time in history when we need to be forward-thinking about who we are to become as fully actualized humans and not as slaves to the British-American Pilgrims Society.

For centuries our real capacity as human beings has been suppressed through diet, education, and culture. Now, the time has come when you can walk yourself and friends out of their prison cells into what future humanity becomes.

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Secrets of the Heart

It is only recently that the intelligence system of the heart was discovered. The heart is not a pumping machine. It is an intelligence system.

It is the most intelligent system of all our brains, with its own receptors, its own electromagnetic force, from 45 to 70 times more powerful than the brains of the neocortex, and the only force capable of changing our own DNA.

It can turn the mortal into immortal, glial cells into heart cells, mortal center into immortal walls in any cell.

It is, in fact, the heart that turns each one of us from dying cells into living cells. No one of us is human until the heart beats. And vice-versa, that first beat of the heart is what makes us human.