Just for Fun

There are 2 things when a word or syllable is uttered.

 There is what you say,

And what I hear.

In either case, entity is created. Vibrations move air molecules; dark matter’s engaged.

Words uttered out loud fall on two sets of ears – mine to whom directed, but also and always yours too!

There are at least six levels of listening when you consider pitch, timbre, interval, loudness, dissonance and coherence. Most levels register in the pure subconscious -meaning we might consciously miss something when we ONLY depend on conscious logic, which at least until now disregards the unseen, if not spurns.

Notice how these particular transmissions might differ between giver and receiver. Say, depending on the gunk and curves in our shofar?!

Our anatomy affects both delivery and perception of consonants we speak and hear[1]. Everything has been “programmed” if you will by our social context.  Most often we perceive what we are expect – hearing part, but missing the whole when we ignore deeper implications- those signals you could be perceiving.[2]

We so want to believe each other; sometimes it‘s easy to lapse and be gullible!

For the speaker, the one who utters syllables does so to seek response; there’s what we think we are saying, and what we actually say- reflecting timbre’s pitch and cadence.

Did you know, that each bit of attachment to an outcome, decreases our timbre- the richness of our voice?[3]

Musicality isn’t just for musicians, we all have this in us when we speak our love language not only words.


 “What” is a word itself something pretty interesting. Consider:

W – is two Vaus – two nails (Vau means nail – AKA our being imprinted on the cross of life as defined by Ascendant and Mid-Coelum), two wills dancing dimensionally. There’s no mistake W is shaped like Shin the creator flame – two Vaus together united in the material; being in connection with an-other while still playing, engaging, and interacting from the parallel- meaning as individual- looking out for self first, which is not a bad thing- just not constructive from the collective’s point of view.

Without energetic balance between them, there will be friction and meanwhile creating gooey black tar from the mis-perception(s).

In a W, breasts are shaped with points-ie. less perk and beauty, more weapons (with warmth[4]).[5][6]

H – Is Heh, the letter for soul’s breath as it is set itself towards our wish.

Inscribed in Heh, there is suggested the Tau- ultimate manifestation of the wish, tucked within- the space between its legs defined by dualism. Also two staves, capital H is two Zains (or weapons of “I”-ness), with a bridge negotiated between them.

A – is for Aleph, for air and change. With a Yod enriching us from the right side as our toes touch down in Vau; we share our Yod with your ‘her’ part; the Aleph imparts spirit. Also could be no-thing, simply a space[7]

T- is for Tau. The manifestation of a thing brought from the Akashic record, served according to His whims. The Tarot card for Tau, is the World, for however it manifests, be it by the hand of man, on the wings of eagle, with blunt force or persistent prodding – Karma will be dealt.

[1]Recall my Shofar being- its the mirror image applies here too per Law of Correspondence.

[2]There are the ears but also many other mechanosensors that are sensitive to vibration.  Each cell has it’s own set. One can‘listen’ with one’s name body part, should one want.

Individually creating tangible signaling in our organs’ hive minds brain, heart, pancreas, and thymus –midline structures affected first by our breath.

[3]When there is fear, part of us squeaks or at least isn’t participating- from the narrowing in our breath, for instance.

[4]When I use my will to say, “no” to you, I’ll kill you with kindness.

[5]Covenants that respect boundaries do not carry the burden of karma. Chet, meaning the crab, is two Vaus, or  both agreeing to and under G-d’s covenant. 

[6]Black tar will be the fuel for the next round of duel.

[7]Nature abhors a vacuum so you’d better fill it with light or who knows what will get in.

By Dr. Jen Wyman-Clemons, MD

Dr. Wyman-Clemons treats the body, mind, emotions as well as spiritual wellness using tools described by established teachers and authors and her own experiences as she experiences an ongoing sense of (loving) energetic intrusion (possession) since 2019. She has ~thirty years of clinical experience as an allergy and internal medicine physician (ABAI, ABIM) has completed requirements to practice as a yoga teacher, USUI Reiki Master, and astrologer.

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