The bible says “As he thinketh in his heart, so is he”. (Proverbs 23:7)
Your heart is the place you do your most powerful thinking.
It is possible to think with your head. But thinking with the head doesn’t necessarily turn your thoughts into reality. Only thoughts of the heart do that.
That’s why heart thoughts are so powerful (and sometimes dangerous).
If your head is thinking about dieting but your heart wants chocolate … well, we know how that ends 🙂
The bible doesn’t say you should have eyes to see, ears to hear, and a brain to understand. It says you understand with your heart (Matthew 13:15).
I believe the head is the conscious mind and the heart is the sub-conscious mind.
So it’s important to understand how your subconscious works. And to allow your subconscious mind to work.
Hearts love to have a desire, a really intense emotional connection with something.
Your subconscious mind likes to have an image, a picture, a goal or visualisation to aim at.
It also likes to have a problem or dissonance between the current situation and the desired visualisation so it can close the gap.
Sleep is one of the best times for the subconscious to work, because it doesn’t have your conscious mind getting in the way with excuses and reasons why it can’t solve problems.
When the Holy Ghost showed up on Pentecost one of His first promises was that people would “dream”.
So if there’s something you really can’t understand, maybe it’s time to have a proper think …in bed… Nanna nap anyone?