Sivan Einav

COMMUNICATE
WITH PURPOSE

The words we speak are a reflection of our internal dialogue and have the power to create the circumstances in our lives. Human beings possess two forces of creation: physical reproduction and speech. The latter is considered the most powerful yet the most challenging forhumankind to control. 

This message is reflected clearly in many holy scriptures. In the Old Testament, Genesis 1:3. “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and then there was light.” The Word precedes the manifestation of light. The same message is shared in the New Testament, John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” Similarly, in the Guru Granth Sahib, “Naam,” which is the sacred word, is revered.

Do you choose your
words diligently?

ARE YOU READY FOR THE POWER OF YOUR WORD?​

The words we speak are a reflection of our internal dialogue and have the power to create the circumstances in our lives. Human beings possess two forces of creation: physical reproduction and speech. The latter is considered the most powerful yet the most challenging for humankind to control.

This message is reflected clearly in many holy scriptures. In the Old Testament, Genesis 1:3. “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and then there was light.” The Word precedes the manifestation of light. The same message is shared in the New Testament, John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” Similarly, in the Guru Granth Sahib, “Naam,” which is the sacred word, is revered.

Let’s go back to the two ways in which we create the physical manifestations of our reality. When we give birth to a baby, it takes ten months for the body to artfully align all of the necessary components of a physical baby. Once he or she is ready to enter the world, there is a canal to pass through.

Similarly, the throat represents the canal through which we give birth to words. If we don’t artfully align our words with our thoughts and emotions, they come into existence with diminished meaning. Pregnancy takes months, yet we take for granted the purpose of speech. We give birth to words without taking the time to listen to our inner voice and take into consideration the information that is being reflected back to us from our environment. This constant talking without purpose creates chaos and suffering.
Let’s go back to the two ways in which we create the physical manifestations of our reality. When we give birth to a baby, it takes ten months for the body to artfully align all of the necessary components of a physical baby. Once he or she is ready to enter the world, there is a canal to pass through.

Similarly, the throat represents the canal through which we give birth to words. If we don’t artfully align our words with our thoughts and emotions, they come into existence with diminished meaning. Pregnancy takes months, yet we take for granted the purpose of speech. We give birth to words without taking the time to listen to our inner voice and take into consideration the information that is being reflected back to us from our environment. This constant talking without purpose creates chaos and suffering.

The Kabbalistic “Book of Splendor,” known as the Zohar, further emphasizes the need for purposeful communication. It teaches that we all have the power to create angels with our words. “Angels” in this context refer to ideas. Positive words create angels of light, whereas negative words create angels of darkness. Of course, the words themselves do not stand alone. When we speak, we assign intention to our words and their literal meaning can change based on tone and intention.

Purposeful communication serves as a bridge between people and has the potential to create connection. In Hebrew, the word milah (Letters: Mem, Yod, Lamed and Hey) translates to “word.” When the order of the Hebrew letters are rearranged, we discover the permutation la’ma which means “why?” Behind every word, the intention should be clear. Before we speak, we need to take the time to ask ourselves why we are choosing certain words – is the intention to create or to destroy?

The Kabbalistic “Book of Splendor,” known as the Zohar, further emphasizes the need for purposeful communication. It teaches that we all have the power to create angels with our words. “Angels” in this context refer to ideas. Positive words create angels of light, whereas negative words create angels of darkness. Of course, the words themselves do not stand alone. When we speak, we assign intention to our words and their literal meaning can change based on tone and intention. Purposeful communication serves as a bridge between people and has the potential to create connection.

In Hebrew, the word milah (Letters: Mem, Yod, Lamed and Hey) translates to “word.” When the order of the Hebrew letters are rearranged, we discover the permutation la’ma which means “why?” Behind every word, the intention should be clear. Before we speak, we need to take the time to ask ourselves why we are choosing certain words– is the intention to create or to destroy?

Whether you feel misunderstood, unheard or unable to express yourself authentically, the solution lies in cultivating the power of the word. Together we will uncover the various factors that affect your communication, so that you can speak with purpose and clarity, thus creating your desired reality.

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Whether you feel misunderstood, unheard or unable to express yourself authentically, the solution lies in cultivating the power of the word. Together we will uncover the various factors that affect your communication, so that you can speak with purpose and clarity, thus creating your desired reality.

Schedule a
coaching session

Ready to take the next steps?
Schedule your 45-minute coaching session with me today!