Of the many teachers who informed my journey, the ones listed here are some of my favorites. I hope you will consider some of these masters when you are ready to further study heart based teachings. As always, check in with your own heart to find the master(s) to lead you.
http://www.corelight.org/ Mystic and spiritual teacher, Leslie Temple-Thurston, resides in South Africa most of the year. Her organization is run out of Santa Fe, NM, and she lives there part of the year, too. Offering the teachings of nonduality in the Americas and South Africa, Leslie also offers classes via the web, with live calls. One of her books, Marriage of Spirit, offers helpful techniques for processing your dual nature. I used a version of her method of processing and unifying your opposites when writing the exercises for three cards in this set: Coherent Heart, Heart of Gaia, and Loving Heart.
http://www.SriRamanaMaharshi.org/ Sri Ramana Maharshi, was silent for much of his devotional life. Called the Sage of Arunachala because of his devotion to a mountain in South India.
http://www.adyashanti.org/ Adyashanti was born in California as Steven Grey. He studied Zen Buddhism for many years. Currently, he combines the teachings of many paths and many mystics.
http://www.EckhartTolle.com/ Eckhart Tolle offers occasional live events. He also offers a subscription service to Eckhart Tolle TV, where he offers new teachings and introduces other teachers.
http://www.DavidWaldman.org/ David Waldman resides in Mt Shasta, and teaches in the Pacific Northwest. He formerly taught in Portland, OR, with his organization called Conversation on Consciousness.
http://www.theWork.com/ Byron Katie offers her own take on living from heart through events in person and over the web, and through books such as Loving What Is.
http://www.RumiPassion.com/ This site features an audio course about the inspiring, devotional poetry of the 13th century Persian Sufi, Rumi, by one of my favorite spiritual teachers, Andrew Harvey.
http://www.AndrewHarvey.net/Andrew Harvey has a deep connection to Mary, the mother of Jesus, and a long history as a spiritual teacher. His current teaching is about spiritual activism. He inspires people to bring their spiritual awakening into the world to help all creation.
http://www.theTao.info/tao/laotzu.htm/ Lao Tsu (570-490 BC) is the founder of Taoism.
http://www.heartmath.org/free-services/articles-of-the-heart/index.html/ Heartmath is an organization dedicated to increasing the well-being of humans through reducing stress and increasing resilience. They conduct ongoing research, and offer their conclusions through workshops for businesses and groups. You can obtain free articles through this URL.
http://labyrinthlocator.com/ Labyrinths offer you an opportunity to contemplate while moving. With each step towards the center of the labyrinth, you step closer to your own heart and to the heart of the matter you are contemplating. Find the ones in your area with this website.
"A true spiritual teacher does not have anything to teach in the conventional sense of the word, does not have anything to give or add to you, such as new information, beliefs, or rules of conduct. The only function of such a teacher is to help you remove that which separates you from the truth of who you already are and what you already know in the depth of your being. The spiritual teacher is there to uncover and reveal to you that dimension of inner depth that is also peace."
— Stillness Speaks by Eckhart Tolle