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a master language?

Postby Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:32 am

I was reading the post that alija shared in "Paths to Love" and it reminded me of something. And I wanted to ask the members here to try this out.

I've asked myself, "Is there a master language?" and I hear "YES"

then

"Do I know this language?" and again I hear "YES"

then I ask

"What is the nature of this language?" and I hear.."It is the language of Creation."

my next question is

"Why am I not conscious of how to use this language?" and I hear different things.. "Its not time yet." or "YOU do not have the wisdom to use it." and some times... "you already use it, but not to its fullness. It resides in your intent."

If you can remove your preconceived ideas or an uneasiness in asking these questions... I'd be interested to hear if you get similar or differing answers.
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Re: a master language?

Postby Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:36 am

LOL and yes I know how strange and "out there" this may seem.
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Re: a master language?

Postby Sabina » Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:45 am

=0) Randall,

I think it may be helpful if you could tell us what you mean by "master language".
We could do this based on feeling rather than clarifying, but I think the understandings may vary significantly and therefore the differences in the results or answers would also vary significantly - and possibly only due to a different understandings of your question.

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Re: a master language?

Postby Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:03 am

hmmmmm........ thinking how to share this with out loading the dice any more than I already have.

A tonal vibration that contains the archetype of an aspect of life.

does that help?
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Re: a master language?

Postby Sabina » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:10 am

LOL
No...
But I want to understand.

Shouldn't something as powerful as a master language contain more than just one aspect of life? Or perhaps I don't understand what you mean by "contain".
Could you possibly explain "master language" in a different way?

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Re: a master language?

Postby Randall » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:41 am

hmmm... A language of crystal clear communication... so clear, so strong that it affects everything. A language that cannot be mis understood.
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Re: a master language?

Postby Sabina » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:46 am

[El] Excellent.
Now we're in business. Thanks for the clarification! =0)

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Re: a master language?

Postby mirjana » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:07 am

Randall wrote:hmmm... A language of crystal clear communication... so clear, so strong that it affects everything. A language that cannot be mis understood.

First, Kudos for this whole topic and this beautiful clarification. =0)
Second, this topic can turn into very useful little mutual practicing of practical advice about words that could be used differently, more clearly, specified… I am sorry if I do not express myself correctly as English is not my native language, so I expect greater influence of those members whom English is the native language.
For the beginning, is it ok to say the following sentences always using the same word?
- I love my child;
-I love my parents, husband, brother, sister, friend...
-I love my pat;
-I love my plants;
- I love nature;
-I love Sun;
-I love Earth;
-I love this book;
-I love this music;
-I love this piece of art;
-I love his smile, touch, voice...
-I love this meal;
-I love this forum;
-I love poetry;

I can continue like that using the same verb for expressing definitely different kind of emotions, perceptions, approaches...
Is it the comfortability to make our communication easier the reason for doing so that we have excluded many beautiful and meaningful words out of our vocabulary?
How would you express your emotions in the above sentences?

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Re: a master language?

Postby Sabina » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:42 am

Lovely reply, seriously, except you didn't answer the question Randall started this topic with. Instead you had your own associations, and they do make sense.. I am not saying you are completely off the topic or anything... BUT... the fact that a "misunderstanding" is possible even with the written word is fascinating to me.
Fascinating and scary too.

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Re: a master language?

Postby Heidi » Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:43 am

There are so many other words that you can use instead of love, but there are some cases in which "love" cannot be replaced.
For example:

I adore my children or my husband
I care about my parents or nature
I like the way he smiles, talks etc...
I enjoy or relish a meal, a book, poetry a work of art
I'm keen on a kind of music, or a sport

However, the point is not to find synonyms for certain words but to feel the meaning in your heart.
You don't need to say "I love you" to the one you love. He can feel it in the air. (Have you heard the song "Love is all around" by Wet-Wet-Wet?)

There's no point saying "I love you" to your cat. You just pat him on the head and he purrs. Communication is perfect.

You listen to a song, you read a poem and you feel it in your heart. You don't have to use words, the others can understand by the expression on your face.

I think, that is the language that cannot be misunderstood to which Randall refers to, and which we all use, but not to its fullest.
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