How to find HeartStreams using the HeartStreams database
There are over 3,000 HeartStreams from the ascended masters delivered through David Christopher Lewis since 2004.
How to search for terms using the HeartStreams database
Enjoy this video to help you search for terms used in HeartStreams.
More about our HeartStreams and our HeartStreams Database
HeartStreams are communications from the ascended masters to their students through a messenger of the Universal White Brotherhood. They contain teachings that help us to understand our true nature and purpose—co-creativity with God. Realizing this joyous relationship, we experience soul and planetary freedom.
Find both audio and transcribed versions of HeartStreams in this regularly updated database by using the interface below. Search by a variety of parameters, including a text search similar to that which most database engines allow.
Select either WMA or MP3 audio files by changing the audio drop down list, located at the bottom left of the search parameters.
To download audio files, right-click on the audio link and select “save link as.” On a Mac, select “option click.”
Search and Sort Features
To “Find Text”
- If not already activated by default, click on the circle to the left of “Preset Period” and choose “ALL.”
- Type in your search term.
- Click “Search.”
- All titles of transcribed HeartStreams containing your term will appear.
- Open one of these HeartStreams to see your word or phrase highlighted.
- To make searching for a term that is a phrase easier within the open document, you may choose to do the following:
- Use your own web browser to highlight the term or topic: Click "Edit" on your toolbar. Click "Find on This Page" or "Find" in the scrolldown. Your search box will appear. Type in your term or topic in the search field. Every place your term appears will be highlighted.However, your server's search mechanism will only highlight the phrase, making them easier to locate.
To Use “Sort” Feature
- The 3 blank squares, one below the other, on the left and above the list of HeartStreams is a “sort” feature.
- Placing numbers 1,2,3 in these boxes in the order you desire, will allow you to search for a HeartStream in that order.
- If all boxes are blank, search results occur by descending dates.
- If you type “1” in the “Date Range” box, results are ordered by ascending dates.
- Typing “1” in the “Event” box, results in alphabetically sorted event names.
- Typing “1” in the “Master” box will give you an alphabetical sort of the masters’ names.
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