Gypsy Heart


Kimberism: Every child is an artist.  The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.  ~Pablo Picasso

Often I encourage clients to let their Gypsy Heart out to play! In the hustle and bustle of adult life it is easy to surrender the vitality of the childlike-heart we once possessed.

A friend of mine taps into what she refers to as her gypsy heart by running as fast as she can along a trail alone in the woods. She feels the wind blowing through her hair, connecting her to her untamed, wild heart, reminiscent of the Indian Princess she imagined being as a child.

Eric Liddell in the movie Chariots of Fire had an extraordinary ability to run. He said he felt God’s pleasure when he ran.

There is a space for each of us where we connect to our most carefree heart. Much like falling in love, there are experiences that lead us to the heights of our senses, as Eric Liddell put it, where we experience the pleasure of God. As if birds soaring, our hearts are meant to be un-tethered and free. What helps you connect to the freedom in your heart?

Some of the ways we can connect to our Gypsy heart are:

  • Through activities that get us out of our head
  • Connecting to God
  • Connecting to love

Try giving yourself time this week to feel the wind in your hair, the grass beneath your toes, or whatever releases your childlike-heart to come out and play.

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