A quote from the book AllatRa: Deep feelings - Language of the Soul
Language of deep feelings is the language of the Truth. The deepest feelings are exactly the special language that is different from the human one. When a person overcomes the low within, refines himself in each day, develops and transforms himself spiritually as a human being, he becomes enlightened. When the person evolves spiritually, he encounters questions from his mind. Experience in spiritual practices makes him aware of the fact that his material brain is limited in its perception and is a part of the body; the body is perishable and finite. As for the Soul dwelling inside him, it is invisible, yet eternal. He understands that it is impossible to precisely express the experience from his feelings in the words of the mind. After all, spiritual practices are only tools that help to reveal, know and unfold the deepest human feelings, through which his communication with the Superior from the Beyond takes place in their language, the language of the deepest feelings. That is why the divine cannot be spoken of directly, since any thought would be just an allegory. Because the divine is a different language, a language not from the mind but from the deepest feelings, which is understood by the Soul of any person. This is the very universal language of the human Souls.
In order to immerse yourself into the state of convergence with the Soul during the spiritual practice and to experience the deepest feelings, first of all, your sincerity and your openness to God are needed. Note that a genuine and accurate spiritual practice is work with the deepest feelings and not with thoughts. During these moments, only the one spiritual desire dominates in man, just like in the Soul.
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