Similarly, our spiritual heart embodies a level of consciousness unto itself. More importantly, it is the key to our deepest fulfillment and the doorway to experiencing a deeper relationship with our Creator/True Source: one characterized by profound peace, gratitude, joy, safety, and Unconditional Love.
What does the heart represent spiritually?
The heart is the locus of physical and spiritual being, and represents the “central wisdom of feeling as opposed to the head-wisdom of reason” (Cooper, 82). It is compassion and understanding, life-giving and complex. It is a symbol for love.
What is the heart a symbol of?
The heart symbol is an ideograph used to express the idea of the “heart” in its metaphorical or symbolic sense. Represented by an anatomically inaccurate shape, the heart symbol is often used to represent the center of emotion, including affection and love, especially romantic love.
Why does a heart symbolize love?
Ancient Egyptians, for instance, believed that the heart epitomized life and morality. The Greeks held that it controlled reason, thought and emotion. It’s possible that the Greek association of ivy with the god Dionysus (the god of sensual things) led to the heart being identified with romantic love.
Why is the heart so important to God?
This provides the oxygen and nutrients that our bodies need to survive. A heart that is healthy pumps the right amount of blood at a rate that allows the human body to function as God created. So I think it’s safe to say that the human heart is one of the most important organs God placed within our bodies.
What are the benefits of a pure heart?
The most significant benefit of purity is that it allows you entrance into God’s holy presence. The Bible says, “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God” (Matthew 5:8). This eternal life is only possible by receiving forgiveness of sins through faith in Jesus Christ.
What does ♡ mean?
It means “love” or “I love you” or “You’re my best friend, I love you” something like that.