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What i notice in different languages spoken is that the common denominator is the human ego. The human voice projects the human ego to manifests and extend itself into the reality around it. Affecting and influencing, shaping and controlling and acting as initiator for all types of human emotional mannerisms subterfuge, hatred, kindness and so on...
I could say hate and love in the same tone, vibration, pitch and it wouldn't make a lick of difference to anything.
from one ego to another....
Originally posted by dontreally
reply to post by Bluesma
I think you're confusing persona with ego. We only have one ego - which is the basic accumulation of experiences which form into a basic conscious attitude; The ego is basically that 'unit' we use to correlate information with the self.
In terms of different languages spoken, indeed, there are differences and this reflects itself in how we communicate and even with how go about thinking. I for example read and speak Hebrew. The way I formulate ideas and express them through speech is different, but I wouldn't say my 'Hebrew' "ego" is more confident than my English ego; I'm the same person speaking a different language.
As someone who works with animals, I am very much aware of the importance in the way one uses voice in communicating and projecting will- more so than the language, with animals.
One of the reasons we say you cannot lie with an animal- you can't fake self confidence, you can't fake being strong willed, couragious, clear-minded. There is no way to cheat in these interactions.