Monday, June 11, 2018

Thought comes before language

“Infants think long before they can speak. Thought must come before language. Language is thought’s handmaiden.
“The ability to use language is also genetically built-in, through the precise orientation, again with the physical triggering of the parents’ native language.  Children learn such languages mentally long before they are physically capable of speaking them; but again, in genetically inspired dreams, children – or rather, infants – practice language.  Before such infants hear their parents speak, however, they are in telepathic communication, and even in the fetus genetic dreams involve the coding and interpretation of language.  Those dreams themselves inspire the physical formations necessary to bring about their own actualizations.”
(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment Vol 2Session 912)

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