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Add Heart Podcast

Add Heart Podcast

Soften Your Energetic Environment

Host Deborah Rozman and Guest Owen Ward

May 18, 2021 Episode #40 Add Heart Podcast Past Episodes

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This fortieth 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.

Tapping into higher heart qualities that embody both strength and softness, allows us to rise up and meet each situation with kindness, care, love, compassion, and more clarity.

During this month’s Add Heart Call, host Deborah Rozman and guest Owen Ward, HeartMath Chief Strategy Officer, talked about a ‘softener energetic’ and how we can access it to help us find more flexibility and ease through whatever life presents. They also explained what it means to soften the energetic environment within and around us – making it easier for others to access their hearts and experience increased clarity and discernment and a deeper connection.

As a business executive and parent of two young boys, Owen shared how adding a softener energy helped him better handle business complexities, and how it has helped him and the family during times of frustration and anxiety through the COVID-19 restriction period of the past year.

They closed the event with a heart-focused meditation to add heart to softening our personal energetic environment and the global energetic field environment. We will also build a reservoir of soft heart energy we can each access as needed during the next month.

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