Symbols and Codes: Why We Use Them and What They Mean
Symbols are pictures which we use to give a message to other beings and to those that will come after us. The interpretation of the symbol is very personal and unique to each individual.
Date: 1/25/2006 4:07:08 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 7060 times
Those symbols and codes we take for granted are things like the alphabet we use in our language. Languages and their associated symbols are a living thing.
Nowhere is this more apparent than when watching our children sending text messages to each other on their mobile phones. They have created their own language, which is unique and constantly changing.
They may use different symbols in different orders when talking with a certain friend and change the order and language with another. I suppose this is a little like local dialect in different parts of the country.
The main thing to be aware of is the relationship between the symbols on the surface of language and their meaning and effects on our emotions and feelings. Also, the message can be sent out on many levels.
As we write we send a telepathic message, which is received by the other person instantly. The letter or email will follow later. It is this telepathic message that pre-programmes the other person's emotions and feeling to interpret the message in a certain way and give it its truth.
Symbols are very powerful: as the old saying goes, a picture says a thousand words. It is the intricate matrix of emotions and feeling that is enlivened by a symbol and connects it to your Inner Self. This connection highlights your own truth that you receive from the symbol used.
Last night while I was sleeping I became aware I was receiving lots of symbols. I was quietly watching as thousands of visual images seemed to be being downloaded into my consciousness. Each image was only visible for about a tenth of a second before my awareness moved on to the next image.
I have yet to understand the reason for this download. It appeared to consist mainly of the symbols used by the ancient Egyptians in their wall paintings of animals and various headdresses.
The point being that it is not the symbol that is important; it is its inner meaning for us as an individual. We all have an inner knowledge and belief system which interprets these symbols. This gives meaning and understanding but it is our inner feelings and emotions which give us our truth.
It is this inner connection to Self – that Inner Universal Life Force – that is the seat of our true Inner Knowledge. Our feeling and emotions join the symbols on the surface of life to the inner depth of knowledge which creates our truth and understanding.
It is as though we compare even the smallest symbol to our Inner Universal Knowledge and, through feelings and emotions, make judgements and decisions which give the symbol meaning for us.
The awareness within and our connection to Self, the Universal Life Force, should not be overshadowed too much by our learned beliefs and judgements. It is important to be aware on what level of our awareness we are deciding and acting.
The more we are in tune with our Soul and Universal Life Force the better, as our actions are in tune with the whole universe.
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