Effects of speaking softly and not loudly

One of the things that differentiates human beings from other species is that we can speak to communicate. Most of us talk regularly and throughout the day. Over time, the way people talk has changed.

The way some people talk is hostile and exaggerated. Nowadays, many people speak loudly to attract attention or to impose their points of view. Insulting and swearing in social interaction has become very common.

Our spiritual research has shown that the way we speak carries with it its own spiritual vibrations that affect us and those around us. In this article we explore the spiritual effects of speaking softly versus speaking loudly as well as the effects of using inappropriate language.

Spiritual research on the effects of insult or saying bad words

Most languages ​​have words that are considered inappropriate. These words are also known as bad words or rude language and people often use them to express emotions such as anger, frustration or surprise or to achieve a social result such as insult, harassment or humor. Recent studies of recorded conversations reveal that approximately 80 to 90 words spoken daily (0.5% to 0.7% of all words) are swear words, with usage ranging from 0% to 3.4% (Ref: Jay T. ( 2009): The Utility and Ubiquity of Taboo Words.

From a spiritual perspective, the common intentions behind the insult, such as seeking attention or expressing negative feelings, lead us away from God toward the Great Illusion (M?y?). Furthermore, our spiritual research has shown that bad words alone attract negative energy. Just as the Name of God attracts divine frequencies, bad words attract negative spiritual frequencies. This means that just saying them without any underlying intention has a negative spiritual effect.

Below we share an image based on subtle knowledge drawn by Mrs. Yoya Vallee who has an advanced sixth sense of vision, and which shows the subtle effects of swearing. All images based on subtle knowledge obtained by Yoya are reviewed by Her Holiness Dr. Athavale before being published.

The accuracy of the image below is 80%, which is well above the skill of the average subtle artist or clairvoyant.

The drawing based on subtle knowledge along with Ms. Yoya's experience is explained below.

  • The ego is activated when insulted.
  • The vibrations of insults generate energy of attraction (?karshan?-shakti) that attracts affective energy from the environment.
  • A ring of afflictive energy is activated in the subconscious mind (chitta).
  • Due to ego and defects at the mental level, afflictive energy flows to the chakra located in the region of the heart (An?hat) and towards the brow chakra (?dny?) due to thoughts.
  • Afflictive energy flows from the person into the environment, contaminating it spiritually.

The negative impact on a spiritual level can also affect us on a psychological or physical level. For example, one may have more negative thoughts or feel nauseous.

Another point that Mrs. Yoya noticed was that there is no connection with God in using bad words due to the defects of self-centeredness, attitude of judging others, lack of respect, conceit, etc. The person who uses bad words incurs sins and his ego may increase more.

Therefore, it is recommended to completely avoid the use of bad words.

Spiritual Research on the Effects of Speaking Out Loud

One may speak loudly because he wants to attract someone's attention or wants to argue. Seeking attention from others is a sign of ego and arguing is fuel for negative reactions in the mind. Both the ego and negative reactions distance us from God towards the great illusion, in addition to generating negative spiritual vibrations.

When we speak out loud, it is easier for negative energies (ghosts, demons, devils, etc.) to affect us. Someone who habitually speaks loudly is more susceptible to experiencing spiritual discomfort.

Below, we share Ms. Yoya Vallee's subtle insight into the subtle effects of speaking out loud.

  • A ring of emotion is created in the heart chakra (An?hat) A covering of black energy forms around the person as speaking loudly is indicative of ego.
  • A ring of black energy forms around the person's mouth and a flow of black energy goes from the chakra. An?hat towards the mouth.
  • The person's mouth emits black energy particles and active energy into the environment. Also, the person emits ego waves due to increased expectations of others.

In short, speaking loudly has a harmful spiritual effect. That is why it is recommended not to speak loudly. People who have a hearing impairment naturally speak louder. Those who talk to these people also need to speak loudly so that person can hear them. In these cases, there is no harmful spiritual effect.

Spiritual research on the effects of speaking softly

Speaking softly or in a low voice is complementary to the development of spiritual qualities such as the attitude of listening, humility and introversion. By introversion we refer to the quality of looking inward, trying to be in communion with God and carrying out all actions with this objective in mind. These qualities bring us closer to God and help us in our spiritual practice. Therefore they generate positive spiritual vibrations.

Regularly speaking in a low voice helps us in our spiritual practice and protects us against attacks from negative energies. That kind of language is much more pleasant to those who hear it.

Below is an image based on subtle knowledge drawn by Ms. Yoya Vallee about the subtle effects of speaking softly. The veracity of this drawing is 80%.

The drawing based on subtle knowledge along with Ms. Yoya's experience is explained below.

  • The ego is lower when you speak quietly because you think of others and respect them.
  • The brow chakra (?dny?) generates vibrations of positive emotion in a small proportion and the person emits some energy waves and particles when speaking with normal movements.
  • The dominant energy is Divine Consciousness (Chaitanya). The mouth emits waves of Divine Consciousness towards the environment.
  • A protective covering of Divine Consciousness forms around the person. Divine Consciousness is also generated and activated in the chakra ?dny?.

It is then recommended to speak in a low voice for the spiritual benefits obtained.

5. Why speak quietly – spiritual dimension experiment

We encourage everyone to do a subtle experiment so that they can experience the benefits of speaking softly. First chant the name of God for a few minutes and then speak in a low voice for some time. Notice how you feel and then sing one more time for 1 or 2 minutes. Then talk out loud for a while and notice how you feel. By doing this, one can experience what happens in the subtle dimension when speaking softly rather than loudly.

6. Comparison – subtle result of insult, speaking loudly and speaking softly

Below is a table in which a comparison is made between the effects of insult, speaking loudly and speaking softly:

Nota 1 – By speaking softly and calmly every action of the body, for example, physical movements, expressions on the face, are calm (stable).

7 conclusion

Speaking softly and avoiding using bad words helps us have more sattva and the same for those around us.

Regular spiritual practice such as chanting the Name of God creates a protective spiritual covering around us that protects us from harmful elements of the spiritual dimension, such as those generated when others speak loudly or use bad words.

Doing spiritual practice on a regular basis helps develop our sixth sense and we can deeply understand what it is. sattvic and what it is tamasic. This makes it easier to make choices sattvic how to speak softly since internally we understand the importance of doing so.


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