Recommendation – How to read the words in the New Dictionary:
A word is a vessel through which essence, energy passes. The word is never the thing itself.
What is the real “thing”? It is good to answer this question in silence.
Therefore the invitation to this dictionary is “tricky”; it seems like it tries to replace one “definition” with another “definition” but it does not. This dictionary is an opportunity to look at a word from a different perspective than we are used to. And ask what is the essence of this word, coming from the mystery? From nature? From the inconceivable knowing that everything is one, everything is motion and I am a part of it?
From here you will find that the new “definition” sometimes sounds poetic or even irritating to the mind, because it cannot understand it. It’s OK. Let the words be a tool and listen to the energy that passes through them. That’s exactly what we came here to do.
Coming out of the knowing that everything is connected and everything is in motion:
Speech is comprised of words, wisdom and logic that touch the source because that is where they come from and that is what they are.
A poet does not necessarily need his words to be understood with complete accuracy because he knows that the moment somebody thinks he has understood, the true essence might be missed. It will be a compromise.
The poet dances. He is an alchemist using words. He hints and plays and (most importantly) is amazed. He becomes one with what is happening. He agrees to experience. He accepts the invitation that the moment has brought. He is enthused. He speaks through the movement.
This is a speech that remembers. It radiates godly energy. It is a tool for transporting light.
What he has said is not him, and he knows this.
It is not about his personal virtuosity or expertise.
It is about his full agreement to discover and revel in what passes through him at that moment.
The reality created: Rather than seeking to have an opinion heard, speech is used to reach another, to get closer, to remember, to allow the presence of love even when words disagree.
“And God said, let there be light.” Genesis, chapter 1, verse 3.
A commonly-held belief is that speech creates reality. Something spoken leads to something being done.
The commonly-held belief is that what is not seen or felt is merely “speaking out loud” and that “real talk” is only when something happens.
There is a kind of speech that is superficial, every day, coming from above – it doesn’t touch the root of the matter. This type of speech is one of the main reasons why our reality tends to constantly repeat itself.
The reality created: The same thoughts, understandings and views are those that are considered normal and acceptable. This partiality and limitedness is passed down from generation to generation, together with the refusal to see things in a new way.
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