Soul to Soul Communication

Since we are pretty much limited to communication from soul to soul by way of words the following linguistic technologies are in the domain to get close to meanings we may want to “get across” the gap - soul to soul in the domain of consciousness:
  1. etymology
  2. philology  (linguistics) other
  3. semantics
  4. epistemology
  5. ontology 
  6. excursus
  7. paradigm shifting 
  8. dispensation
  9. prolegomenon
  10. propiation & expiation 
  11. eschatology
  12. exegesis
  13. Torah
  14. Proton Mail – 
  15. other stuff : body,soul,spirit .. consciousness 
  16. thought, feeling & will
One can obtain from the simple thesaurus that an exact pursuit from one to another is not yet likely to occur & especially on the Internet! null

XOR (Just for fun) try  on the onion router in the url line (not google)

consciousness paradigm behavior  epistemology consciousness ontology  propiation  semantics paradigm

also try TIA memory THC in various combinations

Resilience: Talking, Resisting, and Imagining New Normalcies Into Being Abstractx



Human resilience is the ability to “bounce back” or reintegrate after difficult life experiences. I argue that, rather than an individual phenomenon that someone either possesses or does not, resilience is developed, sustained, and grown through discourse, interaction, and material considerations. There are several communicative processes involved. These include: (a) crafting normalcy, (b) affirming identity anchors, (c) maintaining and using communication networks, (d) putting alternative logics to work, and (e) downplaying negative feelings while foregrounding positive emotions, such as hopefulness and self-efficacy. Commentary on how the field of communication as a whole and through specific disciplinary areas can contribute to scholarship on and practice in resilience concludes this Address, which serves as an initial exploration into human communication resilience processes.


Mark de LA says
From the online etymology information is gathered by words similar in sound over time & groups will agree on the last current meaning which may or not appear in current dictionaries.

Mark de LA says
Such looks like this on the word etymology itself:

etymology (n.)
Origin and meaning of etymology

late 14c., ethimolegia "facts of the origin and development of a word," from Old French etimologie, ethimologie (14c., Modern French étymologie), from Latin etymologia, from Greek etymologia "analysis of a word to find its true origin," properly "study of the true sense (of a word)," with -logia "study of, a speaking of" (see -logy) + etymon "true sense, original meaning," neuter of etymos "true, real, actual," related to eteos "true," which perhaps is cognate with Sanskrit satyah, Gothic sunjis, Old English soð "true," from a PIE *set- "be stable." Latinized by Cicero as veriloquium.

In classical times, with reference to meanings; later, to histories. Classical etymologists, Christian and pagan, based their explanations on allegory and guesswork, lacking historical records as well as the scientific method to analyze them, and the discipline fell into disrepute that lasted a millennium. Flaubert ["Dictionary of Received Ideas"] wrote that the general view was that etymology was "the easiest thing in the world with the help of Latin and a little ingenuity."

As a modern branch of linguistic science treating of the origin and evolution of words, from 1640s. As "an account of the particular history of a word" from mid-15c. Related: Etymological; etymologically.

As practised by Socrates in the Cratylus, etymology involves a claim about the underlying semantic content of the name, what it really means or indicates. This content is taken to have been put there by the ancient namegivers: giving an etymology is thus a matter of unwrapping or decoding a name to find the message the namegivers have placed inside. [Rachel Barney, "Socrates Agonistes: The Case of the Cratylus Etymologies," in "Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy," vol. xvi, 1998]


Mark de LA says
propitiation & expiation also fall into soul to soul communication cateories.

Mark de LA says
From the time of the contemplation seminar some 17 years ago!

I shall bring into the picture the nature of something Peter Ralston defines in a particular way as contemplation.  Contemplation is an activity of thought & will directed at a particular question. Contemplation is directed thought. Contemplation is not random thoughts or worries or daydreaming or the right-wrong game or anything else. With contemplation I can hold onto a question for as long as I am able and record or talk to another about what shows up when I put myself into a state of mind to want the answer no matter what it is.  The other thing I will put in here is something Peter defines as the sequence of encounter which relates to where cognition & similar processes show up which are related to the topic under discussion. This is the picture via a mindmap and this is the text of a letter Peter wrote about the subject in a newsletter.

Mark de LA says
How big is the universe?

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Mark de LA says
Creationism? – lots of theories that are hard to account for the apparent size of the Universe we have in astronomy.