Follow Your Heart


Follow your heart, Don’t rely on your brain
because you’re heart is your heart
but your brain you can train
and peace of the mind is when you find
that you’re aligned in body and soul
the same purpose, same desire
nothing will stop you rising higher
to the goal

So follow your heart

Follow your heart, even when there’s resistance
from people who don’t understand your existence
They’ll come with theories as to who you are
your intentions, motivations, blah, blah, blah
But they’ll all be wrong to some degree
because only you and He can know internally

So follow your heart

Follow your heart, even when it might hurt
because some people will like to throw dirt
But if you’re not true to yourself
you’ll ruin your health
because you try to convert
who you are and what you feel
to appeal to people who will readily steal
your true sense of identity
because of their insecurity
but that’s not the way to be free
you’ll regret
letting your own sun set
before it’s had a chance to shine
so live and learn, try one more time

And always follow your heart

Poem/Video: Mike Jones


Whatever your situation, don’t let the spark of inspiration be smothered, even during trying times. We’ve all got a role to play in the world, so don’t let external circumstances stop you from fulfilling that, whatever it may be. Ask the Supersoul within your heart for guidance.

Here the words yathecchasi tathā kuru—”As you like, you may act”—indicate that God does not interfere with the little independence of the living entity. In Bhagavad-gītā, the Lord has explained in all respects how one can elevate his living condition. The best advice imparted to Arjuna is to surrender unto the Supersoul seated within his heart. By right discrimination, one should agree to act according to the order of the Supersoul. That will help one become situated constantly in Kṛṣṇa consciousness, the highest perfectional stage of human life. [Bhagavad-gītā 18.63 purport]

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