"It’s funny – looking back, I can hardly remember anything specific about Reverend Carol’s talk that morning, except that, as she spoke, I felt this tremendous yearning inside me. I can’t really describe it… but it seemed like my heart wanted to leap out of my chest!"
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"In Sanskrit it’s called the hridayam, which means “essence.” Quaker’s call it “the still, small voice of God.” Ram Dass calls the spiritual heart the “heart-mind,” but he explains that you can’t get to the heart-mind through the rational mind. So when I talk about following my heart, I mean there was a shift in my awareness, from who I think I am, to “I Am.”