Wow, that's beautiful!
However, I'd caution against an approach that involves an intention to "break down
the last significant barriers to intimacy in my heart." I understand the spirit of the intention (it's one I share), but the words evoke a subtle kind of self-violence. I propose, instead, that you love
those barriers, embrace them in a warm loving acceptance, but see through them
such that they disolve because they are no longer necessary or useful, because they are not what or who you really are.
Folks like Jack Kornfield -- http://www.jackkornfield.org/home.php
-- and John Welwood -- http://www.johnwelwood.com/
-- have been among the most important guides in my life in learning this (so much as I have), as you shall see if you were to read some of their excellent books. Both men are buddhist meditation teachers AND psychotherapists. Wise and generous souls!