Communion in Communication
Webster – Merriam Dictionary defines communion as: an act or instance of sharing Christian sacrament in which consecrated bread and wine are consumed as memorials of Christ’s death or as symbols for the realization of a spiritual union between Christ and communicant or as the body and blood of Christ
: the act of receiving Communion
capitalized : the part of a Communion service in which the sacrament is received.
Communication can be viewed as a fellowship or rapport.
It’s important to recognize that the most vital communication is the inner dialogue one has with themselves.
This inner communication is constant, unless we have spiritual practices of meditation or contemplation to quiet and still this on going chatter of the mind.
Prayer is a formal request to the Almighty, and yet we are always praying or “asking” for help and guidance.
Communication is a Way of being.
How do you communicate? Is it a communion or partnership with God [Source-Imagination]?
What words do you choose?
Think for a moment how powerful our communication is in our lives. Doesn’t it determine our happiness or misery?
When we can recognize the awesome power given to all of us—-the power to choose; only then can we create the life we really want to live.
Through the power of the Word, heavenly mansions can be created.
If you communicate anyway, why not choose an intimate relationship or rapport with yourself.
Life is an inside job.
What we build inside radiates as a reflection in our outer world. Environment is but our looking glass.
So be in communion with YOUR communication now and create the life which can make you and those around you happy, healthy and wise.
What you put in the soil of the mind will grow. Nourish. Cultivate. Contemplate.
Be kind to yourself for then you will automatically radiate this to your world.
We grow through challenge—forgiveness, self- love, patience.
Guard carefully what enters the mind and how you interpret and evaluate meaning.