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Finding Your Inner Rhythm

Host Deborah Rozman and Guest Howard Martin

May 15, 2018 Episode #4 Add Heart Podcast Past Episodes

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This fourth official call is an excellent way to sustain your own personal heart-practices. We also hope it will be a supportive tool for you to offer to your clients, patients and colleagues.

As a former rock-and-roll drummer, Howard has a keen awareness of rhythms and how all aspects of life have different rhythms. We experience them in dance and music, we observe them in the ocean’s tides and changing seasons – and course we live by our heart’s rhythm. Right now many people are enjoying the changing rhythm of nature moving into spring weather after a long winter. We can find rhythms in just about everything within us and outside of us.

Learning how to shift our inner rhythms can help life feel a lot less stressful and more balanced. Connecting with our inner heart rhythm helps us sense right timing and enjoy increased care and sensitivity in our relationships and engagements with life.

During this 30-minute live call, special guest Howard Martin, Executive Vice President of HeartMath Inc., talk about how we can tune into the inner rhythm of daily life and find more flow. You’ll learn suggested ways to prevent the impatience of the mind from overriding the sensitive and intuitive whispers of your heart’s direction.

Call closes with a heart meditation on finding your inner rhythm and create a reservoir of heart energy to support each other’s intentions to find more rhythm and flow through life during the month.

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