Understand Your Words, Raise Your Vibration

A person hold their hands out, which are patient with many affirming and positive words.

Before we say a word We ask ourselves Is this word kind?
Before we think a thought We ask, Should this be in my mind?

—“We Only Channel Love”, Unicole Unicron


What is Language?
To understand what is language, we must first understand what are words:
 
Word - noun
A speech sound or series of speech sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning.
 
If I were to say the word “cat”, most people would picture a feline creature of some type. That is because words are representations of real things. We will talk more on this later, but for now, here is a fluffy cat.

a white kitten with wide blue eyes, looking curious

 

 

 

 

 

Language - noun
1. The words, their pronunciation, and the methods of combining them used and understood by a community.
2. A systematic means of communicating ideas or feelings by the use of conventionalized signs, sounds, gestures, or marks having understood meanings
 
Language is a way for us to conceptualize ideas. The words we use to play a large role in programming our minds and consciousness. Our words hold power.

Language is fundamental to how we understand our world and our reality. We use language to communicate with others and ourselves. We use language when we think thoughts, we use language when we dream. 

Contotation: The Limitations of Language Part 1
 
As of right now, language of some kind is necessary. Think about babies and how much they cry. There’s so much frustration that stems from having needs that can not be met because they do not yet have the words to communicate them. Instead they cry until someone can figure out what they need. Think about a time you've felt upset because you could not find the right words to communicate your emotions. Or maybe your words were misunderstood or misinterpreted and someone took them the wrong way.
 
The reason why words and language as a way of communication sits lower vibrationally than telepathy is because words have different associations to different people. This is called connotation.

Connotation - noun
1. something suggested by a word or thing : IMPLICATION
   The connotations of comfort that surrounded that old chair
2. the suggesting of a meaning by a word apart from the thing it explicitly names or describes
 
For example, the words inexpensive and cheap both have the same definition, something that does not cost a lot of money. However the phrase “I purchased an inexpensive bracelet for you” generally gets a better response than “I purchased a cheap bracelet for you”. In joining UNICULT you have already broken past the connotative barriers purposefully set in place by the negative thoughts and feelings associated with the word cult, which shows that you are ready to take the first steps towards thinking on a higher level past the limitations of language. 

The Uniprefix

In UNICULT we use the prefix "Uni"
     ex. UNICULT, Unigames, Unibrunch, etc.
 
The prefix Uni means “one”. The prefix Uni evokes feelings of unity and togetherness. U.N.I (you and I) are one. Uni is everything and everyone all at once. The spirit of Uni is the most pure energy. It is the fundamental component that radiates through all dimensions and all time. You can conceptualize with your own deities and your own higher energies that you believe in, the spirit of Uni is not the only deity that exists and you may imagine them however you would like. You may simply think of it as a concept rather than an entity, an idea of unity.

Contotation: The Limitations of Language Part 2

Let’s take another look at the word cat. While yes, when two people think of the word cat both people will most likely think of the carnivorous feline with soft fur, a short snout, and retractable claws, however, the memories and feelings associated with the word might be different. Person A might think about the childhood pet they’ve known and taken care of since they were a kitten. They love their pet and the word evokes positive memories and feelings. Person B might think about the time a cat scratched them while they were attempting to play with them. They have since avoided cats and the word evokes negative emotions and feelings.

a black and gray kitten peacefully sleepinga kitten, with black fur on around one eye and one ear, meowing, mouth wide open
 
Person A and Person B both have different connotations to the word cat. If the connotation is strong enough, there could be a divide when trying to explain thoughts and concepts to the other person. 

Telepathy on the other hand, is a matriarchal/empathetic/intuitive way of communication that operates fundamentally on harmony.  With telepathy, instead of saying “cat” a person could send you those memories and emotions associated with their feelings towards cats and you could automatically empathize because you are literally feeling the feelings that have just been sent to you. There is a lot more that goes into telepathy and as of now, the collective has not reached a state in which telepathy is our primary form of communication. For now, we must rely on language and learn how to use it responsibly.

Use Your Words Wisely

"The pen is mightier than the sword"
—Bulwer-Lytton,1839
 
We have already established that through connotation, words can be used to evoke different thoughts and feelings. As a result, whether on purpose or not, words could be used as a weapon to cause a lot of damage. Think about things that are programmed into you due to events when you a vulnerable, impressionable child. Think about things you might have said to other people that might have hurt their feelings.
 
Words can inspire, change the word, uplift, or do harm. Recognize the power of your words, as they are what you put into the world. 
 
In addition to the words we say to others, we must also recognize the words we put into our own minds. There is a constant internal dialogue going on in our heads. We talk to ourselves more than anyone else. How are you talking to yourself? Are you self deprecating? Self deprecation is stealing your own power. If you find yourself self deprecating, ask yourself why? Is it because you don’t want to appear proud and project humility? Don’t steal your own power to appear humble, there are other ways to humble yourself without harming yourself in the process.

Language And The World

We live in a world full of deception. We are entrenched in it. For example, when a company sells a product that they say is healthy but is actually full of chemicals and toxins, that is deception. When women are portrayed as weak and submissive by default, that is deception. 
 
Because our reality is portrayed in mistruths, when someone states pure truth, they are thought to be insane, they are then ostracized and criticized and rejected. This is because we have been so heavily brainwashed by our society that things such as the existence of telepathy, aliens, and magic seem ludicrous because of the connotation programmed into us by our society. When we can look at the heart of the matter and past the fear of the words used, we transcend duality, we empower ourselves and we heal the world.

How Can We Use Language Responsibly?

Focus on your words. Notice how you use them and the energy attached to the word.
Do you let other people use their words to make up their mind for you?
For example, if someone says an object or concept is stupid, do you now believe it is stupid just because they said so? Do you then go and tell other people that thing is stupid? 
 
This creates a language vortex. A language vortex occurs when we blindly follow the connotations associated with a particular word, concept, or phrase and pass it on to other people. This is how society has been able to place connotations on words that we now hold in mass, for example, why everyone sees the word cult as bad.
 
Remember to use your own judgement and do your own research before placing an opinion on a word or phrase. In addition, remember to take into account others feelings and connotations associated with words before you use them. Your words have power.  

Negative Connotations Placed On Individuals
If there is someone in your life that you disparage and judge, try to see their higher self. Understand that they are doing what they do because of their own experience in this reality. See the heart of the person. If you are seeing something that is truly bad, do not give them your attention, unfollow, block, walk away, set up boundaries*.
 
Remember, we are all doing the best that we can with what we understand.
 
<a herf="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVbqbLjdJIo&ab_channel=UNICULT">*See more in Unicole's sermon on boundaries</a> 

Fun Word Facts!

According to Merriam Webster, the words grammar and grimoire derive from the same origins:

Grimoire has old Old French etymology and serves as an alteration of the word gramaire grammar, which also means grammar book, learned work, or book of witchcraft.

The word spell however, actually has two different origins:

-In Middle English, spell meant "to mean" or "to signify," which probably developed from Anglo-French espelier, itself from Middle High German spellen, meaning "to relate" or "to talk." This spell, in modern English, then came to mean "to read slowly (letter by letter)."

-Spell referring to magic incantation is of different origin. That word is strictly Germanic (from the noun spel) and refers to talk, storytelling, gossip, and a sermon. It also is the derivative of gospel (which translates to "good tale") and is the source for the magical power and enchantment senses of spell. 
 

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