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Top 21 Heart And Mind Conflict Quotes

Heart And Mind Conflict Quotes

This post contains some of the best heart and mind conflict quotes.

Heart And Mind Conflict Quotes

1. “I have created a roadmap for taking ownership, power, and control of my own life—for wrestling back my heart and mind.” – Rayn Michler

2. “There’s a battle in almost every one of us: the heart that yearns for excitement, community, and new experiences versus the mind that craves continuity and comfort.” – Unknown

3. “The hardest battle you’ll ever have to fight is between what you know and how you feel. Your mind is always in control of your heart. But sometimes, your heart takes over the mind. Prepare your heart.” – Unknown

4. “Deep in his heart, every man longs for a battle to ght, an adventure to live, and a beauty to rescue.” – John Eldredge

5. “Sometimes, the mind and the heart are not on the same page. That’s when we have to make a choice—to either follow our head or go with our gut.” – Unknown

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6. “We’re still here. But we’ve hardened our hearts, we’ve put away the things that make us men, and, in a way, we’ve given the proverbial middle nger to a society that doesn’t appreciate what we bring to the table.” – Rayn Michler

7. “Our heart knows what our minds sometimes ignore. In life we battle between heart and mind; the heart says to do this, the mind says to do that.” – Unknown

8. “If you are to regain control of your heart and mind, you’re going to have to come to terms with the fact that you’re going to be judged regardless of what you do. Get used to it.” – Rayn Michler

9. “If you have become so reliant and dependent on others’ validation that it’s hindered your ability to do the things you know in your heart and mind you should be doing, seeking that approval no longer serves you—it cripples you.” – Rayn Michler

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10. “A war between your heart and mind is the one you have to win! You are the CEO of your life. Your heart and mind must be in agreement to achieve peak performance.” – Unknown

11. “It is a war between your heart and your mind. It is up to you to decide on which side you belong. The mind and the heart are enemies; they can’t aid each other but, often engage in mortal combat.” – Unknown

12. “Achieve balance through the combined conscious states of the heart and mind.” ― Steven Redhead

13. “The most powerful creative state to bring your desires into reality is by bring the conscious and subconscious into unison then keeping your heart and mind in perfect sync.” ― Steven Redhead

14. “We cannot find peace when the mind rages war against the heart, when we fight with our thoughts the pull of our love.” ― Dragos Bratasanu

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15. “Our mind is always fighting with our heart, the problem is our mind doesn’t know what it wants, but the heart knows exactly what it needs.” – Unknown

16. “Be natural at heart and new in mind.” ― Amit Kalantri

17. “No one can make you honest. Only your heart and mind can do that.” ― Debasish Mridha

18. “The mind says no, but the heart says go try. The mind says quit, but the heart says to push on.” – Unknown

19. “Don’t let your mind tell you that you can’t do something. If your heart tells you what makes you happy, then go for it!” – Unknown

20. “To me, romantic means, um, you follow your heart more than your mind. Sometimes when you’re shooting a film, you have to follow your heart.” – Wong Kar-Wai

21. “You’ll never find peace of mind until you listen to your heart.” – George Michael

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How Heart And Mind Are Connected?

The connection between the heart and mind is complex and multifaceted. While traditionally, the heart has been associated with emotions and the mind with cognition, modern research suggests a bidirectional relationship between the two.

One aspect of this connection is through the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The ANS regulates bodily functions outside our conscious control, such as heart rate, blood pressure, and digestion. It consists of two branches: the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) and the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). The SNS is responsible for activating the “fight-or-flight” response, while the PNS promotes relaxation and rest.

Research has shown that emotional experiences can influence the ANS, causing changes in heart rate, blood pressure, and other physiological responses. Similarly, physiological processes, including heart rate variability, can affect our emotional state, influencing our mood, stress levels, and overall well-being.

Practices such as mindfulness meditation, deep breathing exercises, and cognitive restructuring techniques can positively impact both the mind and heart. These practices have been associated with reduced stress, improved emotional regulation, enhanced heart rate variability, and better overall mental and physical health.

By Hadiah

Hadiah is a counselor who is passionate about supporting individuals on their journey towards mental well-being. Hadiah not only writes insightful articles on various mental health topics but also creates engaging and practical mental health worksheets.

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