One of the themes of our book is “Follow your heart and you will always end up where your soul needs to be.” At first blush this statement seems like a romantic fantasy, like a lover’s wishful dream. Only dreamers follow their hearts and expect to end up where they need to be. It sounds like so much fluff and not something to be taken seriously by the practical and pragmatic individual.
But in truth the heart knows. The heart is an eternal fountain of wisdom and it speaks with the still, small voice. In blunt terms, what this theme claims is that Spirit, or the Universe, or God, or the Buddha, or the Christ, or whatever you want to call it has the next best step for you to take at every juncture and if you listen, if you follow your heart, you will get there.
Oh, there are so many outrageous claims going around about what God can do for you, and so many people are in pain and there doesn’t seem to be any way out. Why listen to this still, small voice? How do I know it’s for real? What if it’s a fake or an imposter? I’ve prayed so many times and nothing happened. I need something to happen right now. This little voice is getting me into trouble, it’s not getting me where I want to go and it’s taking way too long. This could go on forever and it’s really a downer.
Some say that God always does what is best for you, but when you are suffering it’s hard to believe that that could possibly be what’s best for you. But God is trying to get you back to him, he is trying to bring you home, and he is doing all he can to get you to return to him.
Looking at the way things are on the earth it doesn’t seem possible that God is allowing all this to happen, that God could really be in control. But if God’s heart stopped beating for even a moment everything else would come to a halt and cease to be. There is only one source of energy and Light and that pulse of energy is what animates everything. Evil on this earth has no Light, it has no real power, it is allowed to exist in the hopes that it will turn around and come back to the Light.
And so The Heart Chasers is a romantic story but it is quite dramatic because Meg and Michael are fighting to understand and fighting to listen and fighting to get it right. It is a battle of good vs. evil within the soul and it is fierce, it is the ultimate battle.
Do Meg and Michael follow their hearts, and do they end up where their souls need to be? Read the story and laugh and cry as they fight and dare to give up everything and everyone for what they know to be true.