Story Travels – Heart to Heart

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Story – the place where life is as it is; Change Happens – a new normal unfolds.

Story; a taste of heart a touch of love. A juicy, creatively bubbling throbb wells up from within. Storyspirations ignite brain’s image-filled imaginations. Then it happens. It talks. You talk. Others listen. A Story begins in the heart, travels up through larynx’s vocal accordions.  Once released, for those willing to receive,  this story finds its new, heartfelt home in the pulsating capaliaters and rhythmic chambers of yet, anothers heart. Story’s vivid realism and outrageous adventurous as wildly zanny as any of us are.

In the wisdom of the ancients, Chinese Medicine sites the lips and hands as heart’s externally, visible components. By extending a hand or a kiss, we let others know; welcome, from my heart to yours.

Through some heartfelt research the Heart Math Institute, researchers found evidencing proof of the brain’s neurotransmitters hanging out not only in the brain but also on the heart. Upon wombs egg hatching fertilization, it’s the heart which tells the brain when it’s time to develop. Definitely one of those awkward ‘who’s really in charge’ type of moments. Life is experienced first through the heart, then transmitted to the brain for for more in-depth analysis and processing.

When choosing to develop and tell a story, select one which excites your toenails, tickles you earlobes and ruffles your eyebrows. If your don’t love, don’t tell it. Every story we tell is apart of us, a part of who we are, apart of our heart’s experiences. The more enthusiasm, the more romance, the more love we have for our stories and their awe-inspiring adventures, the easier it is to tell. By living in the heart of the moment of story’s life living reality, we naturally delight and engage our listeners. So join us in extending a hand, embracing a kiss and/or sharing a story as a gift from our hearts to yours.

Until next time . . . Let Your Storyographer’s Journey Begin!

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