Not in the physical dimension that I'm aware of, but in the non-physical we can communicate telepathically. It's interesting how it works in those states. Audible language changes according to the intended projected meaning (subjective), and not to its inherent associated meaning (objective). I think this is why encounters have a tendency to be very personalized in nature. If we can't sense a word that exists within our reference knowledge to accurately decode someone else's "Intended meaning", we will not understand, it will be confusing, or it will be meaningless. But if we can sense accurately, even words in unknown languages will have significance (in reference to exp #1066). The reason why goes into the heart of the different psychological perspectives or states of being that are possible in the non-physical dimensions. I will add this topic into my notes.wstein wrote:One of the major problems with language as it exists. Hasn't anyone developed something better that most people can use to actually communicate. Hmm, does anyone still want to actually communicate??Xanth wrote:Also, we all use our own terms, definitions and labels when we discuss these things... it can get very confusing when we use the same terms yet have vastly different definitions for those terms!
Excerpt from #1066
Almost instantly as quickly as an astral blink of sorts I saw huge letters moving across the sky. The letters where made of 3D blocks forming coherent sentences. The sense of resolution of the scene was mind blowing for sure. I read several long sentences as they scrolled across the sky. The messages were written mostly in English, but some words where in another strange language yet somehow I could still read it... http://www.unlimitedboundaries.ca/forum ... html#p2402
I think that our original ideas are best served in reference to our personal experiences no matter how simple they may be. So instead of trying to fit an experience into an existing “theory” or whatever, maybe it would best if the experience itself shapes our knowledge. One thing leads to another. I think this is how we will actually get somewhere with our intentions, no matter what they are. Ultimately it is about our well-being and our place in it all and not about theories, facts and ideas per se, so let's not lose the perspective. We are likely to make more mistakes in the beginning but in the long run we will be more effective. Being of different cultures, life experiences, etc… it’s only natural that not everything we think or do will be the same, but it’s interesting to try to understand why there are commonalities. My views are just my views.