From: The Dream
These indigenous peoples "talk" to each other using heart sounds that transmit exact images and experiences directly to the other person. Rather than using symbols, such as words, to represent a certain image or experience, the speaker communicates by triggering within the listener the same visual and emotional experience that the speaker is having.
Renowned spiritual workshop leader, Drunvalo Melchizedek has been exploring the unique wordless communication practiced by this tribe living deep in the Amazon jungle. The Mamas, the religious leaders of the Kogi, "talk" telepathically to each other, speaking from the heart in images. Drunvalo describes his experience with the Kogi, "They make little sounds, but these sounds are not logically arranged into any pattern such as an alphabet. These sounds come from the heart, not the mind, and create images inside your head, and you can ‘see’ what the other person is communicating."
Drunvalo details how he was taught to communicate using image-producing heart sounds. The instruction came from a Kogi woman who projected her consciousness into a participant at one of Drunvalo’s workshops. Communicating through this third party—the workshop participant, the Kogi woman grasps Drunvalo’s hand, looks deeply into his eyes and emits "a soft and longing sound." Drunvalo relates, "The sound went straight to my heart and vibrated inside my very center, and I could ‘see’ what she was saying. She made another ‘sound,’ and my body responded with another similar ‘sound’ that had never come from me before. Instantly, we were speaking in a new and profound manner that was so beautiful, so complete. It made all the languages of the world seem inadequate and obsolete. For two hours we communicated in images of full color and depth with all the sensory completeness of real life. I learned about life, and I learned about this woman."
Through this new type of communication, Drunvalo "saw and felt" the Kogi woman’s village in the Amazon jungle and "met" her husband, family and other native peoples from her village. He also learned why the Kogi came to teach him this new form of communication. The Kogi have a gift for humanity. The Kogi are contacting humanity at this time in order to teach this new powerful way of direct communication through image-producing heart sounds. "The Kogi want me to teach this new way of "talking" to the civilized world," Drunvalo shares. "The teaching of this telepathic form of communication is older than language. In the time before language, all of humanity 'spoke' in this way from the heart, not only to each other, but to all of the animals and the rest of life."
Gift of the Kogi
After learning how to "speak" through heart sound imagery, Drunvalo discovered this intimate form of communication with the Kogi woman had a profound impact on his relationship and feelings for his wife. "When I returned home, I saw my wife... in a new light. I loved her in a way that was different, because I could hear the sounds coming from her heart. I could see her pain, and I could see her joy."
How the Kogi "see" people
The Kogi do not see us as ‘sleeping’ as many of the Hindu and Oriental religions perceive us. The Kogi see us as ‘dead.’ We are not alive, but only shadows of the energy we could be. We do not have enough life force energy and consciousness to be classified by them as real people.
— Drunvalo Melchezedek
For more details about The Kogi Story, check out: www.drunvalo.net
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