Indeed, someone recently asked me a question about an aspect of Spirit communication.
They were curious about the language of Spirit:
How does it work?
Are they able to communicate with a Medium if they speak different languages?
Do certain conditions need to be met ...
It really made me think!!
And therein lies the conundrum ... when working with Spirit on a daily basis, I don't necessarily need to think about how it all works ... I just know that it does!!
This question gave me a really good opportunity to actually stop and think:
Similarly, what processes does the medium go through to accurately receive the information being given?
Q: 'I Just wonder what language spirits can talk or is it not possible for you to hear and understand them if you don't speak my language?'
A: Spirit communication is predominantly emotion & thought based - mind to mind, heart to heart.
You could describe it as a kind of emotional telepathy - in some ways, the language spoken by the Spirit is no longer needed, and the Medium understands the Spirit, by how they make them feel, see or other wise experience when they are working with them.
Personally Spirit work with me in a very clairsentient manner - so they give me a tangible feel for their emotions, how they looked and presented, what their character was, important aspects about them, and what they want to say - and indeed, how they want to their words across to their loved-one having the Reading.
I don't hear Spirit as such, so the Spirit's original earthly language - by default has no bearing on their ability to communicate with me, or my ability to understand and perceive them.
These words have usually been a key phrase that has a particular personal meaning for the person who is having the Reading.
Now, this can't be guaranteed, as it's all to do with the combined energy available at the time ... But different languages are certainly no barrier to being able to receive communication from Spirit!!
So in short, I would say, that the language of Spirit is simply ... LOVE!!
Who knows, my next Blog may be based on the question you ask!!
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