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When is it best to think with your heart and not your mind?


 

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    Nathan Bernardo (NateB11) 4 years ago

    Yes, the heart sees what behind things. The mind is merely on the surface.

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    lupine 4 years ago

    Good thinking!


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    poizinivee 4 years ago

    Can you elaborate a bit more? Why do you feel that the heart cannot be manipulated?

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    lupine 4 years ago

    You must be a happy person to think this way...congratulations on living life in a positive way!

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    poizinivee 4 years ago

    I like your response. That is what I was going for with this question. The heart wants what it wants, no matter if it is hurting you or not. So many people do not allow the two to components to go hand and hand.


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    lupine 4 years ago

    It's different for every person...do what works best for you...balance is always good.

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    lupine 4 years ago

    If your heart stops beating you are done too. So it may be best to use both, one does not work without the other. Good Point!


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    poizinivee 4 years ago

    I have to agree with you. You tend to make the best decisions when your heart and mind are in sync. Nevertheless, when you think solely with either your heart or your mind you can make irrational and spur of the moment decisions that you may regret.

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    lupine 4 years ago

    You are correct...it is never good when you do the wrong thing and convince yourself that it's right. Someone like this may have a problem with "cognitive" thinking. Yes, be open to life's experiences, for the right reasons.

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    laurathegentleman 4 years ago

    I've also heard it said "Follow your heart, but take your brain with you."


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