Empathic Body Signals

Written by Avalon De Witt

Empathy isrepparttar ability to feel other people's feelings. But besides this emotional experience, there is another aspect of empathy that few people consider, and that isrepparttar 136277 physical.

You may have heard stories of dogs that know when a person is about to have an epileptic seizure. We are all connected - to one another, and torepparttar 136278 earth. If you are empathic, it's likely that you are receiving psychic signals in your body.

If a certain physical sensation gets your attention, or seems particularly annoying, it could be that your body is "trying to tell you something." The body has its wisdom.

You may experience one or more ofrepparttar 136279 following:

* A heaviness inrepparttar 136280 pit of your stomach * Chills or tingling * A lump in your throat * Trouble sleeping * Twitches or tics * Ringing inrepparttar 136281 ears * Positive sensations, like a warmth or a vibration * Unexplained pain

Many people who chart their empathic body signals find that they have patterns. They often discover that a certain twitch or a ringing inrepparttar 136282 ears is consistently followed by some particular personal or global event.

You can chart your own empathic body signals too. Just follow these simple steps:

1. Purchase a calendar with enough space on each day to write at least a paragraph or two. If you can't find a calendar with enough space, you can make one in a notebook.

2. Record your sensations. Every time your body gets your attention with some sensation, any sensation at all that forces you to take notice, write it down on your calendar.

How do I communicate with God?

Written by Terry Dashner

Which language does God understand?

Terry Dashner……………….Faith Fellowship Church PO Box 1586 Broken Arrow, OK 74013

Dialogue is essential to a relationship. Dialogue means that someone is communicating with someone else. It is true. In order to communicate effectively, both parties must hearrepparttar other, processrepparttar 136215 information, and then speak to confirmrepparttar 136216 dialogue. So dialogue is not just speaking one’s mind, but it is hearingrepparttar 136217 feedback of others.

A tired conversation, thus a taxed relationship is one where only one person gets to speak. If I enter into dialogue with another human being, I should not only speak but listen torepparttar 136218 other person speak also. Why am I belaboringrepparttar 136219 point? For this reason: Communication is not just speaking inrepparttar 136220 known vernacular.

I may communicate by body language. Body language is not articulated in speech; nevertheless, it speaks loudly. As a matter of fact, it will belie spoken words. I may say one thing with my lips, but be understood by my facial expressions. I may communicate by space. This is calledrepparttar 136221 law of proximity. It speaks aboutrepparttar 136222 distance closed, or surrendered between two people. If I close into your personal space and you don’t know me, you will move backwards. To be standoffish or to be too pushy (in proximity to where you stand), communicates volumes. So there are more ways to communicate in dialogue with another human being then merely speaking words. Yes there are, which brings me torepparttar 136223 reason for writing this document.

Do I communicate with God by speaking my primary language only? I speak English (twang with a Southwestern dialect) and I pray mostly in English; therefore, I communicate my thoughts to God inrepparttar 136224 English language. But, this begsrepparttar 136225 question. Am I communicating with God ONLY when I speak English? What if I choose to groan in emotional pain? What if I say nothing in English but lift my hands and look up to heaven? What if I sit in solitude with only my thoughts directed to God? Am I communicating with God? Yes.

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