The Heart and the Golden Rule

To recognize and began the shift into new, Intuition Age perception, you need to feel how limited you are by old perception and consciously decide to expand beyond beyond what’s been so familiar. …
The heart is really a kind of brain, and it generate an electromagnetic field of radiance that’s spherical in nature. … Your hears resonates with all other hearts, all other souls, and all other centerpoints. By being in your heart, you can know the core experience of any other being or reality—and you can know yourself as the whole unified field. … And as you experience spherical-holographic perception, you have insight into the workings of collective consciousness and an understanding of why the Golden Rule exists in all cultures.” ~Penney Peirce










It is an interesting fact that the Golden Rule, with some slight variation, exists in virtually all religions of the world. Many would say this is simply because newer faiths have copied from the older ones, and there is some truth to that. But it is also true that the same rule exists in religions that were isolated from other parts of the world until long after this rule was made a part of their teachings. And even if it was the result of copying, why would religious leaders copy the teaching of another religion unless they truly believed them?


When Ms. Peirce starts talking about the heart being like a brain, I suspect she lost a lot of people. Certainly doctors and scientists can tell you that is simply not true, but they are wrong. The problem is they are thinking in terms of the physical heart, while Peirce is talking about something more spiritual, specifically: the energy center, or chakra, that is located in the physical location of the heart. These energy centers and far more important to us than is recognized by Western sciences. Chinese acupuncture, for example, is based on the idea that the flow of energy from these centers to the physical body, and the various physical organs, is partially blocked causing the area to become weak and ill and that removing the blockage will heal the body.


This energy centers are also the location of much of what we call “personality” and an expert who can look at a photo of a person and see the energy fields around him can predict not only what physical illnesses the person is likely to suffer from, but also the type of personality he has. A person who is strongest in the red and orange centers and color bodies will be materialistic and is likely to have an aggressive and extroverted personality, while one who is stronger in the blue and purple will be introverted, calm, and prone to daydreaming.


Part of the job of becoming an enlightened person is to get these centers in balance and as strong as possible. This gives you the energy to increase your vibrations so you can communicate with higher beings and learn from them.


Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful” -Buddhism



All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.” -Christianity



This is the sum of duty: do not unto others which would cause you pain if done to you.” -Hinduism



No one of you is a believer until he desires for his brother that which he desires for himself.” -Islam



What is hateful to you, do not do to you fellow man. This is the law; all the rest is commentary.” -Judaism



Respect for all life is the foundation” – Native American


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