The Language of All Creatures

People may not remember what you said, but they will remember how you said it. What you said was written in human language, while how you said it was written in the language of all creatures.

Part of the reason we love our pets is because they speak fluently the language of all creatures. They can sense someone who is out of balance or with ill intent, no matter what words they are speaking. We humans get more easily caught in the web of words.

The words we use don’t always match with what we are saying in the universal language, and not usually because we are trying to deceive. If we use positivity as a way to avoid our pain and disappointments, then what we are saying in the universal language is about our fear of facing these things.

We would do well to learn to listen and speak in the universal language. Call it the language of energy if you like, it’s the only language that the whole universe can hear. I trust what is said in the language of all creatures more than I trust the words spoken. It’s a mark of spiritual maturity when our human words and our energy are in harmony.

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