*”…words are slippery and thought is viscous.”

July 2, 2007

“No one means all he says, and yet very few say all they mean, for words are slippery and thought is viscous.” Henry Adams

Well said Henry!

This is one of the real nuisances of life in a body on a planet where no one takes telepathy and intuitive communication seriously and everyone feels the need to explain themselves and the universe. Yadayadayadayada….

It makes me a little crazy all the time and the world at large even crazier because the world at large thinks all there is to think with is words and ideas which need to take form in words. Words and language have taken over our thought processes and left us very little else to work with until we embrace our more natural forms of communication which originate in quiet within our bodies. We know in our hearts and we feel in our gut and the other way around but we over ride this knowing with our brain which has been washed every which way forever. This is how God has been made separate. Remember Adam and Eve?

Animals are very happy to help us with our natural understanding if we let them. I highly recommend letting them. Buy my book! Take my course! Really!

Animal Communication is not just about finding what is on Fluffy’s mind, it’s about learning from animals about just “being” and learning to communicate with yourself and others on a less slippery and viscous level. It is a big part of what the world needs now.

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