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How did you reach that conclusion? I can see no connection between "deeply heart" and "in your mind".
 
Matthew, in Chinese thought and culture are the heart and mind closely linked? Is the heart also seen to be the seat of a person's consciousness or soul?

In this sense, "in your brain" and "deeply heart" would mean having a conversation with both your mind and soul, represented in English as a conversation of thoughts and feelings.
 
If that were the case, I would expect "in the heart", not "deeply heart".
 
Chinese tend to associate thoughts and emotions with the heart as in "think with the heart".
Adverbs like "deeply" should go with verbs and not nouns, as in "heart".
 
Matthew, in Chinese thought and culture are the heart and mind closely linked? Is the heart also seen to be the seat of a person's consciousness or soul?
I would say 'yes' to both, but I am not a teacher.

I can see no connection between "deeply heart" and "in your mind".
You could see it if you could think in Chinese like the four Chinese members in this thread. It might be an example of Chinglish.
 
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