Spiritual Understanding of Non-verbal Communication: sound, emotion, etheric, astral

Saturday, October 29th, 2011
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Date: October 29, 2011
Title: Spiritual Understanding of Non-verbal Communication: sound, emotion, etheric, astral
Running Time: 49:47
Parts: 6

Spiritual Understanding of Non-verbal Communication: sound, emotion, etheric, astral

Humans are multidimensional beings, however most people are unaware of the communication that happens outside of verbal language. Learn about non-physical verbal forms of communication, such as sound, emotional energies, etheric energies, astral energies, body language, telepathy and intuition in this Higher Self video teaching.

Understanding the nature of multidimensional communication is not only a tool for more skillful interaction with other people, animals, plants and non-physical beings, it is also a very effective way to understand our own ego. Through the study and practice of all forms of communication, we are better able to discover the motives and desires that drive our own thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Existing at the core of this study of non-verbal communication and language is the practice of staying in non-bias awareness – true Zen-like meditative awareness.

The more you understand yourself, the more you will understand others. Gain a valuable tool to help you work to purify deeper layers of yourself and also interaction more skillfully in this world. Make the practice of staying in meditative awareness a regular part of your daily life. Have the benefits and pleasure of experiencing yourself free from the internal talk of the ego as you continue to cultivate inner silence and greater knowledge.

Many blessings and much Love!

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12 Comments

  1. Colin says:

    Thank you Lincoln. That was very helpful. This is sort of off topic, but I want to say to anyone reading this that yesterday I gave myself a tarot card reading and it was enormously helpful. It helped bring much needed clarity and awareness to what was causing me suffering and holding me back. It was great in tandem with the channelhigherself teachings. So to anyone who hasn’t heard of them or is on the fence about tarot cards I recommend giving them a try. I don’t know exactly how they work but i think they are pretty amazing. I recommend using the celtic cross spread.

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    Lincoln Reply:

    Using cards like Tarot, Runes, etc are ways for a person to communicate with their Higher Self… or possibly other beings. It is the intention of the person using the tool that determines who is being communicated with. As you know, I only recommend working with one’s Higher Self.

    You may want to try Runes. I find them more in harmony with personal development and less occult than Tarot. But use whatever you feel guided to.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0312536763/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=sunlightenmen-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399369&creativeASIN=0312536763

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  2. Colin says:

    Thank you for the suggestion. I did not know about runes. I will definitely check them out. My intention when using tarot cards (or to whom/what I pose the question to) has always been inward to my self and/or the universe. I love them.

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  3. Colin says:

    Is there anything I should look out for when buying rune stones?

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    Lincoln Reply:

    I posted the link above to the book that I recommend.

    When I try any new technique – whether spiritual, meditative, athletic, etc – I always research many, if not all, the popular teachings/books and find that which I feel is the most fitting for me and my understanding.

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    Lincoln Reply:

    The book does come with a set of runes.

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  4. Brynn says:

    Wonderful, wonderful teachings!! This has inspired me to continue with meditation. I still ponder the definition of love, it seems that every culture and language and emotion carry different versions and meanings.

    @ Colin, you may also be interested in the I Ching. There are new translations of it, and various workbooks to help understand how it works.
    My preferred method is to sit quietly, it helps if I do yoga first. The dialogue I end up having is extremely powerful, more than any other method I’ve used. It’s also 100% clear – and unquestionable. I do find it difficult to make time for it though, it’s something I’m working on.

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    Lincoln Reply:

    Yes, the I Ching is the oldest and most in-depth divination system in recorded history. The system is more difficult to understand (for most people) because of the archaic nature of the statements for each trigram / hexagram and the complexity of the interrelationships of all hexagrams..

    Unlike the runes or tarot which are straight forward in meaning and rather isolated per each stone/card, the I Ching is an interconnected system of 64 hexagrams – each one flowing into the next.

    It is said that the I Ching is the study of the organic changes that energy, nature and life take – all displayes in a binary code system 0s and 1s (like computer code). By understanding the change a person can gain mastery over who to live and adapt in any set of circumstance / energy.

    The I Ching can be approached for a simple form of daily enjoyment and insight or one of the most detailed and mysterious sciences on this planet.

    I have read at least 4 books on the I Ching (back in 2004-05) and this is the best book that I found: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1594773866/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=sunlightenmen-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399369&creativeASIN=1594773866

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    Colin Reply:

    I have used a very basic version of the I Ching a few times in the past and got some very interesting answers. The conclusion answered the questions posed surprisingly well. Upon looking more into the I Ching I realized that it can be quite deep. It is something I look forward to researching in the future. Thank you for sharing. And thank you Lincoln for the suggestion. It is great to get recommendations from someone who has read multiple books on the subject.

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  5. Chris Chung says:

    Lincoln can you name some of the most mentally stimulating books you have ever read?

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    Lincoln Reply:

    Here are the books that I recommend. http://astore.amazon.com/sunlightenmen-20 I read books to gain information that I can apply in my life and not for entertainment. The application of the knowledge in these books is what I consider to be of value. Without application, no change is experienced. Blessings.

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  6. Jah says:

    Grace Gratitude Love

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