Communication is the toughest part of inter-personal relationships between free-willed human beings.
No one … ABSOLUTELY … NO ONE … understands completely what another person communicates to them. We might think that we do, but we don’t! We might have an idea of what someone is trying to tell us, but we still don’t completely understand where another is coming from because we are not that person and have no idea what perception of reality (i.e., the present experience) that the person is experiencing. It could very well be completely different than our own.
The best we can do is make an educated guess based on our experience with the individual.
Furthermore, tacit dishonesty, which is a necessary part of our communication process so that we can stay in relationships and not offend everyone all the time, makes things even worse.
Luckily for us in our true form and nature as highly advanced and perfect human beings, our brains communicate differently than they do here. We don’t hear communication from other humans in our FIRST and ONLY state of existence, we feel the communication. We can feel it because the energy that creates the thought in the person communicating to us emanates from their skull and enters into our skull where our eternal, perfect brain deals with the energy exactly like the other person’s brain processed it in the first place. Thus, it’s well said that we see others as we are seen and we know as we are known.
In this mortal experience, the energy in forming communication originates in our brain but then transfers to vocal chords through filters of language and culture perceptions and comes out all messed up.
There is nothing harder for me as a true messenger than communicating with others. But if people during this experience were hearing the message from an advanced human being, they wouldn’t have a clue what the advanced person was talking about. I, as the one chosen to deliver the message, dumb the information down according to our current experience as mortals so that others can understand it. It can get frustrating sometimes, but the more I am around someone, the easier it gets for me to speak in a way that they can understand.
The easiest way I have found to communicate with others is not to expect them to understand me and to not think that I understand them.