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Published on Oct 6, 2009
http://frankchester.com/2009/welcome/ I have been following the work of Frank Chester for more than 3 years now and I come to understand the heart more and more through his work; and the work of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. This understanding comes at a time when it is sadly needed, because if the heart is a sense organ - tasting - sensing through minutely stopping the flow of the blood, tasting what is going on in the whole human being - sensing what this human being is experiencing every minute of the day, then we may not have as much heart DIS-EASE. The sense impressions that especially children and also adults have to experience every day are certainly different than they were - lets say - 150 years ago. So how do we care for the heart - I say - first of all by understanding that it is a sense organ and not a pump. Human Beings are not robots or machines and when I call a child a "kid" it may already hurt the heart.