“In speaking mind to mind, or even heart to heart, we speak the shallow words of deception. No two perspectives can converse and the perspective of each is unique.
Let your words flow from the eternal silence of your infinite song, that the depth of your being may touch that of another, between your words.”
– From the current online course, Becoming Heralds of Hope.
As almine has often said, whenever you can describe something, it isn’t real. How many times have we not tried to describe what we have felt or known as truth deep within? And ended up twisting the pure essence of it into something completely superficial, just by putting it into words? Not to mention receiving a feedback that inherently couldn’t honor our efforts of trying to relay the core of our message. I know I have, and the pain of it gets more and more tangible for me the deeper I feel something. So I find my self more and more in peace with just being, and try to exchange with another through silence.
I realize that it isn’t my job to neither enforce my truth, explain myself in order to be accepted, nor “help” anyone verbally. This has been a big pill to swallow, and I know many lightworkers will go out of their ways to “guide” others, it’s really hard not to try help with what you “know”.
The Hakulit is the ancient Lemurian guidance system that allows someone to deeply access their own truth and thus receive profound and life changing insights, it reveals their next right step to take in their lives, without the councellor trying to impose his or her own level of consciousness on them. Niels has so beautifully explained the process in a post on the forum on our global network for ascending lightworkers here.
As a “fast speaker”, speaking slower and actually allow some space between the words has been a true challenge for me, but I know it’s a great way of getting deeper in touch with my infinite song within. So I’m working on it. As well as my ability to be silent and trust that my presence with another is enough for a beautiful communication to take place.