Language Vibration[#147]

Adironnda Answers

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This week’s featured Q&A comes from a Double Digits member…

Q: People use the word God, Source, and the Universe. Does one have a different vibration than another and make a difference in which word people use?

Channeled from Adironnda through Marilyn Harper:

A: You use whatever word works for you. Let go of your childhood past and know that the word itself gives the connotation that the person gives it. Our “Vessel,” Marilyn says Source, and we love the word Source because that is the Source that is within us and all around us. Or that you can use the Universe or whatever. Or you could say, “Ah, Amber.” Or Joeaux, or Barbara, as Dr. Amber Mele’ha Wolf says. That’s our favorite, Barbara. That is the same as Source.

That you see, it is all in the language that you are giving the connotation to. So what is it that you choose to give that connotation to? And when you get all caught up in what it is called and how to say it just right, know that that is your ego continually stirring things up— Adironnda & The Council of Light.

We love hearing your feedback and reading your comments! Do you feel your ego continually stirs things up? Be sure to leave us your answer and thoughts below?

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2 thoughts on “Language Vibration[#147]

  1. Tonie Bowden says:

    Yes, the ego has many ways in which it tries to stir things up. However, as Adironnda says its main function if protection . There are many ways to deal with the ego and learn more about it. One of those ways is a process called Voice Dialogue, created by the late Hal Stone and his wife Sidra. Hal and Sidra taught that we have many voices (subpersonalities) and the first one to be dialogued with is usually the Protector/Controller. The couple helped many people with the process and teaching them how to use it . They also wrote several books on the subject. One might find reading “Embracing Ourselves” written by them, very enlightening.

  2. Michele Serchuk says:

    Yes, I do think that our egos stir things up constantly and I think it’s a good thing. It’s like adding more dishes to a buffet table and we like having that diversity so we can pick and choose. It helps you find the essence after all has settled.

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