What is the Heart and Mind Connection?

In this week's podcast Leyla outlines what the heart and mind connection, why it's important and how we can integrate it into our lives. Continue Reading What is the Heart and Mind Connection?

Welcome to the 227th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. We are kicking off the year with a series on the heart and mind connection. On today’s episode, I’m going to be talking about what a heart mind connection actually is.

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In today’s show on the heart and mind connection

  • About my TedX Wolverhampton talk. [00:45]
  • What exactly is the heart and mind connection? [01:31]
  • How the connection between heart and mind is a two-way street. [02:20]
  • The link between head and heart. [03:17]
  • How to have mindful connections and a heart centred approach. [06:49]

Quotes about heart and mind connection

  • The connection between heart and mind is a two-way street.
  • The heart is a very sophisticated information centre.
  • Even when we make perceived rational decisions, there will be sensations in our bodies.
  • We feel stressful situations physically.
  • There is an emotional highway between our hearts and minds❤️.

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