Access to the Akashic is made possible with the question.
As the world continues to change we are presented more and more often with two flat methods of communication.
One with “sound” without vibration and one which is a method of communication that is completely silent. (Not even the crinkling of paper as we tear open an envelope.)
If you read ancient texts or review the history of language before and after the alphabet, you will find that people considered the spoken word a sacred sound. There was once an expression “You have my word” which implied that the greatest possible gift of honor was being offered.
It is the unique resonance of each voice, the emotion of compassion or impatience, understanding or exhaustion that is carried in the sound of the spoken word. There is vibration in the spoken word.
Each voice is different, each voice offers its own unique blessing and carries a personal power from the heart & throat of the speaker to the ear and mind of the listener.
Many human beings in “civilized societies” are unaware of the benefits of “voice communication” we are losing.
Computer voices now answer most phone calls and we follow prompts – pushing buttons to get to the resource we need to do business. Last century we called the operator and asked her to connect us to the party we sought.
Last century we were without devices that made talking unnecessary, and for some, no longer desirable.
We spoke to one another and became familiar with our friends, knowing them on a deeper level as we came to understand tones of voice and particular expressions.
Intimacy was possible because we were engaged in vibrational experiences with one another called conversations.
Laughter was heard not read. In fact, laughing together was possible as we were both present, voice to voice to enjoy a joke, a relief, or just the happiness of hearing from an old friend.
The importance of sharing vibration with other humans is critical to our well-being, our sense of connection, of value, of worthiness.
I am sure this is why singers and actors have been treasured for centuries. They can vibrate us out of our everyday minds and into new ones.
Text messages on cell phones and typed email messaging on screens often take precedence over the use of the human voice for much communication this decades.
Perhaps in business this is an advantage, as we can read, respond, and file away notes about bills due, new “Privacy Policies” or what ever else arrives requiring response. We can sign petitions, join movements and make friends with others across the seas.
As these flat methods of communication begin to dominate our lives they cause some of us to jump to respond to that special ringtone when a message has arrived.
There is no real comfort found in a text that says, “I am sorry for your loss.” This is a flat and detached comment. No one can “feel” the message.
I am concerned the increased inability for many to feel or to show compassion for the suffering of others is, in part, a consequence of human beings losing access to the sound of voice.
In a psychic reading it is very important to voice your question.
When you do so, several important events occur. The first is that you have stated your intention, the second is that you have invited me to participate in finding the answer to your question and finally, you have established a frequency that will carry us to the Akashic Records.
After you have asked the question, I will follow that frequency to try to find your answer. I may ask you to “show me” your loved one, your office, some person, place or event relevant to your question.
As you visualize the answer, you strengthen the frequency of the thought-form that guides us to that spot where the answer or answers lie.
It may seem ironic that in a blog about the importance of sound and speech I need you to be silent for much of the reading experience. I submit that the power of the question, honed by your concentration creates the light we need to see the future.
When I find your answer, and tell you all that I have seen, then you may choose to ask for clarity, or ask another question. If I am unclear, please stop me and ask for clarity. If we need to ask a follow-up question, that is fine.
If the answer met your needs, we can move on to the next topic. The process will be the same as I have just described. Regardless of whether we are reading in the silence and solitude of Suite 217 or the blessed back office Midnight Sun on Park Street, the sounding of the question and our concentration as we find the answer will bring what you seek.
Thank you for your kind attention to my post.
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