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From High-Frequency-Words To High-Vibration-Words

high-vibration-wordsOur languages are sometimes being analyzed by experts. This may lead to insights like e.g. High Frequency Words. These are words that occur with a high frequency and thus are used most often. But as far as my knowledge goes, there has not yet been analysis on what I propose to call ‘High Vibration Words’. These are words with a high ‘vibrational’ value which means the higher the vibration, the more positive energy they ‘might’ bear. On the positive energy side we could find words like friendship, love, faith, happy, good, abundance, unity, peace, gratitude, optimism etc. On the negative side we could find words like bad, anger, frustration, scarcity, war, fight, deficit etc. These are words with low vibrational value.

Now the funny thing about our language is that it has creational effects beyond what many probably belief. The Universal Law of Attraction is applicable here, i.e. the more one talks or communicates words with low vibrational value, the higher the chance is that these attract ‘language’ that is comparable. Bad language can attract other bad language. But the opposite is also true: good language can attract other good language. So from this point of view it would be interesting to see if we could find constructs to better use our language towards more positive vibrational value. This could then for example be examined by a (scientific?) approach of clustering high vibrational words and see if these can be put to some kind of ‘Law of Attraction’ usage.

Oh, and for those of you who read this and might not get ‘the picture’ yet: try giving yourself a quit, nice place to relax and listen to the song ‘Good Vibrations’ of the Beach Boys. While listening to it, try to meditate for a while about what’s there in the lyrics. Good luck discovering your own High Vibrational Language!


What’s Bordering Us?

borderless-1We people are funny 😉 species. We inherited a beautiful borderless world, and during eons and eons of time, we specialized in segmenting this holistic beauty which actually had no real boundaries, into artificial, illusionary chunks. And these chunks we gave words like continent, country,  state, province, rural are, city and so forth. This made it easy for us to introduce duality thinking and move away from integrally thinking. It even has led to wars, trying in the end to change the artificial border from one geographic set to another. What a waste of time this was! There should have been a better way. Why did we invent these artificial boundaries anyway? Was it because of greed? Or Status? Or Fear? Or Power? Or a combination of these? And did it really help our World forward? You answer that question yourself and decide for yourself if you have the intent to change that or not. It’s all up to you. You can conquer this illusion. Only need to have intent. Let the language of your heart speak instead the language of dualism and separation. Good luck finding your intent in un-bordering!borderless

An Awakening World Needs To Develop A New Language: Worldish

worldish-1Our current languages seem to contain more words that emphasize separation (differentiate, discuss, dilemma, distinct, diffuse, double, dual, duplicate, antidote, anti, …) than words that emphasize integration (duality, two, twine, twin, …). The languages clearly demonstrate how much we have invested in polarisation. It has made us become blind. I call it binary blindness because we have emphasized duality way too much.

This duality thinking can be demonstrated by combining the words that emphasize duality, for example Good/Bad, True/False, Warm/Cold, Always/Never, Win/Loose, Input/Output, We/Them, This/That, Good/Wrong, Government/Civilians, Proponent/Opponents, Managers/Employees, Company goals/Society goals, Physics/Metaphysics, Man/Nature, Shrink/Expand, Create/Destroy, Visible/Invisible, Up/Down, Thesis/Antithesis, Science/Spirituality, Laugh/Cry, Joy/Sadness, Health/Illness, Profit/Loss, Limited/Unlimited, Body/Spirit etc.

All these duality based word pairs stimulate a global consciousness that emphasizes the extremes and differences instead of trying to integrate them as much as possible. Think of this phenomenon for a moment: all these summed up duality pairs don’t seem to have a word that emphasizes integration. For example which is  the “middle-out” (integrated) word for Good/Bad? Is it Gad? Or Bood? Or ??? Or what about the middle-out word for True/False? It it Tralse? Or Frue? Or ? Or the middle-out word for Good/Wrong etc. etc. Because these words are lacking in our language, we tend to either let our thinking lend towards one of the extremes of a duality, losing the so desperately needed balance.

So to sum it up: in a world that is consciously awakening, the need for a new language with words that emphasize the integrated part of the extreme dualities will definitely help us better balance things. Lets call this new language Worldish, with words that help recombine the missing “middle-out” parts of our languages.worldish-2

Words can create Worlds – The Beauty of Having a Common Language

Language is a beautiful shared concept. By organizing letters into sequences we create words. And by organizing words into sequences we create sentences. And by organizing sentences into chunks of related text we can create a certain understanding. In fact, we transfer knowledge this way. Suppose for example you read this very text, then at this very instant, neurons in your brain are making new connections. You consume the text, add your own (semiotic) meaning to it, and perhaps it might even change some of your viewpoints or put you into some kind of action. And if my text has changed your viewpoints, than together we must be co-creating our little bit of a new world. So words can create Worlds. Isn’t that beautiful? Picture source here.

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