At heart, I believe all humans feel as if our current reality does not reflect the way we are meant to live. We try so hard to remember who we are. We sense that we are connected to Earth and that our origins and history are not aligned with what we are taught at school, at home, in religious institutions. Our languages are imprecise, and no one seems to understand our true intentions. We feel lonely and disconnected from one another. We live inside our heads and although we are emotional beings, we don’t know what to do with our hearts.
Yesterday, I was out walking with my son and an artist friend, Diana. We came across a mom and her young son, who was walking an adorable 2 month old floppy black and white puppy on a blue leash. Everyone, including us, who saw the puppy just about melted with joy, approaching the group without hesitation to lavish the puppy with love. It is instinctive for humans to share love and to connect with others, but we cannot do this freely with other human beings, except perhaps with newborn infants. And even then, there are so many rules and boundaries, we know we must be very careful in how we share our love and light. And so we hold our feelings within. Animals allow us to express the instinctive loving nature that is our birthright as humans. Without animals, we would be even sicker and more out of balance than we are today.
How does the expression of emotion and language connect? I believe that humans are telepathic and empathic by nature. Some call our original language telempathy. Depending on our individual talents and proclivities, we all connect intuitively in different ways. Some of us are able to sense emotions in others. Some of us, when we tune into the energy of other humans, animal beings, and plants hear sound or voices. Yet others are more visual, while some may tune into odors, colors, or sound as patterns – much like geometric forms or mathematical formulas.
Everything is energy, and human beings communicate by sensing energy in different ways. The way our cultural or taught languages work is by creating patterns of sound and rhythm. We learn that a specific sound and corresponding written symbol represent a thing, a concept, a feeling, or a place. Collectively, as a culture, we create agreements that each sound pattern represents something that we all agree upon so that we can understand one another. But this is not the original human way of communicating. Our heart or light languages have been silenced in favor of these collective cultural agreements. In fact, all human beings, all animals, and all plants can communicate easily and effectively, regardless of nationality or place of birth.
Celebrated author, animal behavioral expert Temple Grandin believes that animals think in pictures and that we can instinctively communicate with them by visualizing and sensing what images they project through their own energetic field and consciousness. Conceptual thinking is non-linear, and humans as well as the natural world communicates in a non-linear manner. Images and feelings originate from different places in our consciousness. What we think of generally as the mind or linear thought could be equated with only a small part of our consciousness. The lower, linear, rational mind that creates what we know and what we generally use as language represents only a very small part of our mind. The higher mind is connected to the heart.
Light language is apparently an intuitive form of language that all human beings once shared and understood. It is a combination of hand gestures and sounds. It could be equated to what some Christians call “speaking in tongues”. Many early languages were not codified or written. I have seen non-linear language in the form of mandalas and extraterrestrial languages encoded in circular form.
The conceptual nature of language outside of time and space where there is no past, present, or future means that the language or means of communication of intent is always in the moment. Linear language is a lower level of communication, because time flows in a linear manner. Intuitive language and living on a higher frequency will bring humanity back to our original state, where our instinct to live from the heart, in the now are restored. When we quiet our minds and sit with ourselves, letting go of all of the “knowledge” that we are been taught and conditioned to believe as reality, we can begin to remember who we are, where we are from, and how we can love self and others once again. This pure form of communication with all beings is innate to being human. All we need to do is remember.