There is no question in this life that access to resources can, in most cases, bring about some amount of happiness and good health. The problem lies within the fact that all materiality is rooted in impermanence, or ‘temporary nature,’ so any benefits experienced can only be experienced in the short term. Even if items of what we can touch, see, smell, hear, and taste bring about a sense of peace that takes you all the way till the moment of death, what then? Will we look back and regret having not asked ourselves the larger questions, such as ‘is there more to this life than what I experience every day through the senses? Do I feel confident in what I have been taught by influential members of this society in only this one area of the planet? Did I seek to find as many ways to help people within my reach as possible? Did I forgive openly and live a life worth others forgiveness of my own indiscretions? Do I feel comfortable defining myself as simply the contents of my mind, my busy thoughts and feelings?’ Perhaps the easiest question we can ask ourselves is this: ‘Do I ever feel peaceful and satisfied when I am alone, in an unaltered state, with nothing or no one to entertain me?’ For most of us who walk the Earth, this question is easy to answer.
This is where many have taken up the spiritual search, to seek answers to questions ranging from the practical to the mystical. Our team at Good Heart Recovery have devoted our personal and professional efforts toward the study, practice, and application of a variety of spiritually-based methods, and the results have yielded such dramatic change in each of our lives separately, that we’ve based our model of treatment on sharing our findings. Through the channel of spirituality, not religion, we have transcended our own pain, anxiety, and selfishness, and found an inner peace and strength that is inexhaustible and not subject to decay. We’ve found beyond the world of the senses lies an inner wealth, where everything we’d been looking for in the world of form exists in abundance. There are many paths that lead to this place within ourselves, a place we like to refer to as ‘The Good Heart’.