The Meaning of Words and Phrases

            Do you have an idea of a Higher Meaning?  You can help us in the study of correspondences.

         The Language of correspondences is just like the language we use every day, except that within the obvious time-and-space meaning can be higher and broader senses.  The higher senses within a word are defined by the contexts in which that word is used.  For example, the statement by one's husband: "You have a tender heart" is a context that makes tender mean gentle, and heart mean love. Now if that is said by one's physician, one may have a weak blood pump, but that's a literal context.  Of course, in looking for higher meanings it is also good to know well the leteral meaning.

         In our think tank, HO Group, tries to discover as yet unknown higher meanings in our changing world and investigate their intrinsic* correspondence in an effort to create an Encyclopedia of Correspondences. You can help.

        Here is how.       

        When you get inspired by a bright idea of an inner or higher meaning you have discovered, please send it to our webmaster by clicking the button below.  Submittals will be passed on to our HO Group, which will be pleased to add it to its collection of higher meanings ideas. (They will not try to keep track of who submitted the idea.)  In your email message to us please do this:  
1)    Under Subject, type "topic:" followed by a word or phrase that carries the meaning of your idea.
2)    Then in the body of your message give the context, in which the topic is used.
3)    Also explain the sense, or meaning implied by that context.
4)    You may add your comments and name if you wish.

    EXAMPLE of a Higher Meaning message:
Subject     Topic - Tender heart
Message    Husband to wife: "You have a tender heart".  "Tender" here = "gentle" and "heart" here = "love".  If a physician said it, it would be taken literally as "weak blood pump organ".  ("Tender and good" denote the Celestial Natural.  Em. Sw., AC 2180)  Submitted by Webmaster.

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* A higher meaning can be assigned to a word by extrinsic association, or it can be intrinsic.  One's name corresponds by association with one's self extrinsically.  One's voluntary muscles correspond functionally with one's motives intrinsically.