Our expressions and communications tell others a lot about us. During a spiritual guidance or coaching session, I pay close attention to an individual’s expressions of their face, body movements, eye movements, and stature. If I am on the phone with someone, I listen carefully for the tone of their voice when it changes and discern in visions what their heart might be experiencing. Added to these things, I listen for the expressions of a person’s heart. Usually, I can tell pretty quickly where they are blocked.
Your expressions of emotion, love, fear, or conflict tell others where you are in your life path or how you feel about them. For instance, you can say, “I love you,” and it will be interpreted according to the tone of your voice when you say it. If it is passionate, the other person will know they are deeply in your heart. If your voice and tone are similar to general conversation, the other will know your connection is more on the level of a friend.
We create many different relationships in this life, and we speak to them in language that comes from our tongues and expressional nonverbal language. Have you ever been in front of someone and said nothing at all but completely understood how they feel about you? This is an example of expressional language or communication. Our words are important, but without the power we give them, they are merely dry words without our expressions.
Loving you from here,
Dr. Rev. jenine Marie Howry, Ph.D.