Words.

josephm (@josephm) 9 years, 2 months ago

words only mean so much. attaching more emotion to a word then the present permits negatively affects emotions and how they are saved in your brain. if words used in a conversation have negative emotion grown into them by either energy then the total value of what is being felt(learned) is hindered. words are a thought which is soul connecting to new energy through means of energy travelling through your energy body and it manipulating your visual & auditory hallucinatory aspects of your brain to communicate using language.

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MattSeven (15) (@mattseven) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

Say __ to words!

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AtheismGod (1,762) (@zonetti) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I like to think they are just vibrating air… that they have no power at all.

It is the meaning that we choose to give them that make them special, or not.

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Anonymous (359) (@) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@josephm, can you explain this more simply?

Are you saying that emotions that are passive-aggressively interlaced with words distort the reality of the emotional human experience, which is the awareness of individual soul energy interacting with other fragments?

Did I say that simply? haha

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Kevin (1) (@questionthearchitect) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@zonetti, We certainly do give the power to the words with the meaning we associate with them, but that’s not to say that vibrating air has no effect. A persons tone of voice changes the messaged received from said person, without changing the words used at all.

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josephm (772) (@josephm) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@anjelica, I see where your going with it. Im saying that emotions aggress to words as fire aggresses to air. (the air isnt bad, the fire just needs it to live). present experiences provoke the surrounding energy to aggress the situation in what ever electromagnetic energy field is present (bad energy or good energy). The mind remember’s in bit’s, so it remembers the word, the emotion, and a visual. they can be bad (which you suppress and forget, or use the word in poor context if negatively influenced by past experiences), and they can be good, cherished memories.

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AtheismGod (1,762) (@zonetti) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@questionthearchitect, I agree that voice may have some effect by itself.

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Terence Stone (48)C (@inception360) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

Words are an inadequate way of expressing our deepest thoughts and feelings. I think deliberate silence, first, is best. In the silence you can feel your being-ness. Connect with the eternal present and your words will be neither good nor bad. They may invoke reactions in others. But for the speaker who is intensely present, words ring of truth and equanimity, and more than not, the need for them becomes less and less.

-u.s.-
http://urbanspiritual.wordpress.com/

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