posted January 07, 2008 10:12 AM
One more addition to my repertoire of Primaries.
Words have been a mysterious aspect of how human beings processed information from the very early days of humanity, and no adequate explanation is known even in the Information Age. How does the brain knows the word for an object? Different languages use different words to denote and understand an object or a concept, and how do these differences emerge?
More than that each and everyone have their own unique ways of expressing that are almost as individual as fingerprints. Even astrologically speaking there are words that an Aries would always use, words a Libra would not use, and Scorpio would regularly use stinging words to make a point and many similar patterns.
The words you use really means what kind of emotions you would experience. When you are angry, you would use words that can boil your emotions, or you would use words that can reduce and minimize your anger (quite wisely). Depressed people have the habit of using overwhelming words and patterns, that almost completely slows down their thinking. It has been found by altering the words you use, you can change what you can experience.
Words are powerful tools that can change what you experience internally as well as evidence of your own unique nature among the trillions of other human beings in existence, in Earth and elsewhere.
If that is true, if words are part of your identity and your the way you experience, what could be the best word you can use? What words would God use?
The mysterious, compelling and infinitely divine "Word Of Creation" (also discussed in Star Signs in connection with StoneHenge) is really a human attempt, by human beings to realize what God would experience. Can you realize all the power, peace and wisdom that God would possess by speaking like God?
May be you would not agree entirely with my approach. I may be just expanding a psychological truth, into an extreme proportion and God's Mind is not for humans to understand. May be you are right.
May be Not.
There could be words, that are simply your best (Let us forget God for the moment). Finding the right answer could be as simple as finding the right word, your right word. You may understand something that you previously could not understand, simply by stating in terms that you understand, words that have special meaning and experience for you and the very same words could mean nothing or look like vague, for someone else.
Can finding your answer could be as simple as finding your right words? I would coin the term: Primary Words, words that open up infinite worlds of truth to you (no matter how vague they appear to others), and would that be a way to find the God inside you?