THE THREE HEARTS
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© October 2018, L.D Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is only the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
DEFINITION. The three hearts are three small energy centers located between the fourth energy center (heart area) and the fifth energy center (throat area). For details about the centers, read The Energy Centers.
The three hearts are not physical hearts. When active, however, they function as pumps, so they are called the hearts.
The sternum, also called the breast bone, covers up the three hearts fairly completely. For this reason, they are more hidden than most of the other energy centers.
The thymus gland is found in the same area as the three hearts. The thyroid gland is also nearby.
PURPOSES OF THE THREE HEARTS
The three hearts, as they are called, connect the lower part of the body, or trunk, with the upper part, the head. At an energetic level, the three hearts connects one’s lower existence or more physical existence with one’s more mental and spiritual existence.
At another level, the three hearts are the gateway to the higher bodies or higher energy fields. For details, read The Seven Bodies Or Energy Fields.
In order to develop the upper energy fields, the three hearts must be open and spinning correctly. They must also be bright and shining, and not dull and grayish. This indicates more health of these centers and depends a lot on a person’s nutritional state.
The three hearts pump Ether, which is subtle energy, from the physical body via the thymus gland to the two ovals. This is one of the upper energy fields. This is necessary for upper energy field development. For details about development, read Introduction To Development.
Restoring the thymus is needed to properly set up the connection with the two oval bodies to allow higher development to occur. Indeed, early in development the thymus gland, which normally atrophies around age 30-40, becomes active again. This assists the immune response, but also allows the three hearts to function, which in turn allows more development to occur.
OPENING THE THREE HEARTS
When closed, the three hearts look like tiny double funnels. The narrow ends of each funnel touch in the middle and the open ends extend out to the front of the body and out to the back. In other words, the funnels are horizontal, along the midline of the body, front to back.
When closed, they measure less than half an inch in width from an open end to a narrow end. This is a total length of about one inch or two centimeters along their entire length – open end to open end.
Opening the hearts. When the three hearts “open”, the funnels grow in size up to several feet in length. They also become wider at the open ends.
Also, their color changes from a dark grayish color to a brighter yellowish color. This color is similar to that of the fifth energy center or throat center.
Also, the funnels start to glow and shimmer, and they move up and down and back and forth a little bit. The same happens to all of the energy centers when they become active.
When the three hearts open, a person becomes much more interested in helping other people, and often wants to be out in the world more so one can interact more easily with others.
Men and women. Being out in the world is much easier for men because it is safer. Women have more difficulty with this because of safety concerns. This stops or slows the opening of the three hearts in many, if not most women.
HAIR MINERAL ANALYSIS AND THE THREE HEARTS
There is no single indicator on a hair mineral analysis for problems with the three hearts. However, a sodium/potassium ratio less than 2.5 is often due to a problem with the three hearts.
Interestingly, this ratio, when less than 2.5, is also associated with immune system imbalances. Recall that the thymus gland, very important for the immune response, is in the same area as the three hearts.
The hair must not be washed at all at the laboratory to obtain accurate sodium and potassium readings.
ACUPUNCTURE AND THE THREE HEARTS
The existence of the three hearts is very well known in the science of acupuncture. Together, they are called the triple heater or triple warmer. Acupuncturists check them with the pulses and help them open using acupuncture needles.
Most other healing arts, however, do not recognize or acknowledge the existence of the three hearts.
NUTRITION AND THE HEARTS
A complete development program will assist the triple hearts. This is a great benefit of this program, compared to most all other healing programs.