By Michelle Walling, CHLC
Editor, WooWoo Media
Light language is the expression of creation that is expressed through sound. If you were to break it down into something you could see, it would be composed of geometric shapes and patterns that vibrate at a certain frequency. The human voice is capable of speaking light language that speaks directly to the heart, making a connection directly to source communication without the interference of modern day language barriers.
Light language can be sung, spoken, hummed, drummed, written, toned, danced, gestured with hand mudras, and painted (not to exclude any other creative ways). Those who have spoken in “tongues” that have connected with higher states of consciousness have demonstrated some examples of light language. Many times this sounds like ancient Native American language, however sometimes it can sound like someone clicking heavily with their tongue, like an alien language right out of Star Trek.
Spoken light language example
My star sister, Emma Louise Hansen, recently had a session with my friend Lars Sarnhult. Lars has a unique way of guided meditation and the full version of this video goes into the beginning of the meditation. However, I have started it at the point at which Emma gives a gift of light language that you’ll want to hear:
Written light language example
According to Yvonne Perry, light language can be written as symbols and codes that activate the DNA of the body, clear the electromagnetic field, increase vibration, re-pattern mental programming, and bring healing for emotions. Some are calling this artistic expression “asemic writing.” Here is an example of Yvonne writing and speaking light language:
Sigils are expressions of a written meaning with just one symbol. Gregg Prescott of In5d created the above sigil to represent “All of my codons are open”. Here is an explanation of how he uses this sigil with healing and intention of water:
Toned light language example
By now you have probably heard some people toning or singing light language for healing and activation. I interviewed Marci Kosich on my Cosmic Awakening Show, where we discussed how one begins to “channel” this sacred sound, along with an example.
Dance light language example
Antoine Hunter is a powerful dancer, who also happens to be deaf. As an artist, performer and teacher, he feels music like very few others can.
Interpretation of light language
You may think it would be nice to know what some light language means. While one could get a generic interpretation from light language into words, there really is no way to interpret the source code because words cannot begin to describe it. Apparently, light language works through feeling and vibration on a deep subconscious level, speaking to the heart, mind, body, and soul. Therefore, interpretation is best left to the individual to trust that their higher self, body, and subconscious mind know what to do with it.
About the author:
Michelle Walling, CHLC is a Holistic Life Coach, international public speaker, writer, webmaster, and radio show host. In 2013, Michelle started her public career as a spiritual, metaphysical, and esoteric contributing writer for In5d.com and bodymindsoulspirit.com. Michelle is the creator and webmaster for MichelleWalling.com,cosmicstarseeds.com, thestarchildren.net, andhowtoexitthematrix.com, and is the co-creator for WooWoo Media.com. Michelle is the host of In5d’s Cosmic Awakening Showand In5d Network. Her personal Facebook page can be found here.