Is it truly possible to say something without meaning it?
Why is it so important?
Often, when we are in the heat of a disagreement we will tell someone that despite our use of certain verbiage or our allowing a particular series of words to exit out of our mouths, what should be noted is our intent, and not necessarily the words that we are using.
Is it possible that we can say things that actually are formulated from the nothingness of the ether, or is every statement and idea that we express a product of an unseen causation within us all?
In this work, we are going to do explore this idea.
In my work as a Life advisor and Spiritual facilitator, I work with so many people who struggle with managing their emotions. They find themselves losing valuable relationships and opportunities because of their inability to say what is most effective at the right time, with the right attitude. Many were just never taught the ingredients to self-control or clear communication.