The Seer's notes regarding the common language of the head, heart and gut.
The reason why society is predominantly using the head — and to some extent the gut — for the motivating guides through life, is that social learning has downplayed the feelings of the heart as a means of discernment. But of all three centers of knowing, the heart discerns the most, because it can garner information interdimensionally. (The unknown etheric realm is the causal field where physical events and manifestations originate — set in motion by intent.)
The first problem is that these three centers do not have a common language to communicate through. They do, however, all understand love, praise and gratitude. These attitudes bring them into harmony, resulting in good health and well-being. Among the three knowing centers, the brain is the seat of self-importance and uses linear time to synchronize with the rest of society.
The gut senses that time pulses in concentric circles, rather than flowing in a straight line — something that indigenous people have known for millennia. It is the seat of self-pity.
The heart-mind consists of forty million specialized cells that are concentrated in a localized area of the heart. They hold memory in the form of recall. These cells provide effortless knowing that extends beyond linear thinking.
The specialized cells in the heart that behave like brain cells, are the seat of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence can access 90% of what can be known.✶
The Seer Almine
✶A quote from lectures in 1998