Collide

I am doing #inktober again this year, where there is a daily prompt and you have to do an ink drawing and share it to Instagram.

Today’s prompt was ‘collide’ and that got me thinking that most humans ‘collide’ when communicating rather than meshing or melding or gliding together.

Communication, most of which is actually not verbal, is one of the things that humans are most challenged by, yet it is one of the main parts of our everyday life.

Communication is so ego driven from the filters in our mind that portray the story of ‘little me’ in our head and to the exterior world. This means that we rarely sense, see or hear the other person as we are so wrapped up in our story. The thing is, so is the other person, so we ‘collide’.

If we seek to understand and listen to other person, if we let go of our story and free ourselves from the ego, we can communicate with others without collision.

Talk less and communicate more deeply

Talking is the external verbalisation of our inner mind-streams. A constant babbling brook of predominantly negative noise, of endless repetitive thoughts. The same repeating patterns of a lifetime.

When we become conscious in this moment we become detached from our mind and its thoughts, we are no longer associated with our ego and then there is a lot less talking. Our true essence has space and we become authentically our true self. We are not then dominated by verbalising our mind.

There is no drama to feed, no ‘look at me’ and no position to defend. There is no mental noise or filters of judgement clouding our senses and reality. We are free to be.

We can then connect more deeply to other human souls by simply being present and not talking. Sharing our light and energy.

Talking manly becomes a mask to enhance and protect our fragile egos.

We communicate through our vibrations when we are conscious. We become the one life with all other energy. We transmit our light and energy to others who receive it and grow from it. We are just balls of energy and beautiful loving souls and not our minds and thoughts.

When we talk less, we communicate more deeply, we share our love and light instead of our fear, negativity and judgement.