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what is the global language?

When humans started creating conscious expressive languages, from uniquely identifiable sounds and singing to structured phonetics leading to the current understanding of language, they did not “invent” language. They started translating, structuring, and matching sounds, conscious expressions, and later words to an inner understanding, a feeling. You could call it an instinct-matching process that led to the structured languages of today.

But the understanding of the external reality and the internal world of one, the instinct, the will to survive, to create, and expand preceded any externally structured, expressional form. Forming communities in its earliest forms was possible even without a language to communicate. Verbalizing is not an absolute requirement for communication. This becomes observable when you see babies or young children communicating very well in a non-verbal way by other means. Furthermore, you can assume that long before languages were formed, coordinated collectives were built, and somehow, the required consensus had to be achieved. Of course, in these early stages, groups were built around a decision-making leader, and a primal instinct led to these formations. But you can regard instinct as internal communication guiding the conscious mind to make the necessary decisions to achieve goals.

The Global Language presents the understanding of a different language, a code innately present, a naturally given ability to communicate in a way everyone understands.

You may get a hint about the existence of the Global Language when you isolate and observe terms that usually express generally recognized emotions like love in connection to a specific aspect of reality. The underlying emotion of the word love, independent of cultural, expressive, and other factors, is globally the same when referring to the same context. You can recognize the mother’s love for her baby independently of language, culture, and circumstances; no one needs to tell you the word in any language, independent of its various expressive forms. You might even identify the luck of it without hearing a single word.

You can look at a conversation and “read between the lines,” you know there is much more than the few words you read or hear. Someone talks to you, and you know that his words do not represent what he says, or you hear a sentence of five words, but it feels like this little sentence is a whole book.

We will explore the intricacies of the Global Language - a comprehensive and universal code embedded in the emotional experiences and physiological mechanisms of all life forms.

Rather than being a fabricated language, the Global Language presents a communication mechanism that is both profoundly individual and universally pervasive, proposing a far-reaching emotional lexicon that extends beyond the limitations of any conventional language.

The essence of life hinges on a complex dance of emotions, serving as the primal modes of communication and survival even before the dawn of formalized languages. This intertwining of emotions is articulated in the Global Language, a ‚code‘ encapsulating the universal spectrum of emotional states.

use of the global language

Communication is just one area of use of the Global language code. Every process, from thought to decision, uses the Global Language. A decision, for example, is written in the Global language code; even the reality created through a decision is the same code of the decision used by the systemic tact.

the structure

The fundamental structure of the Global Language is founded on 37 "Blocks" (BL), each representing a distinct emotion. Each of these BLs, forming the alphabet of the Global Language, extends over a 'strength range' that mirrors the graduations in emotional intensity.

For perspective, the English language is composed of 26 letters. The Global Language is composed of 37 blocks, and each block has a specific strength range. The range varies between the blocks from 0 to 1812 except for two blocks where a different non-finite strength applies (non-finite, as posed by the Infinity, redefined understanding). If, for calculation and simplicity reasons, we take these two exceptions to have the maximum range of 1812, the Global Language would have 67,044 letters.

Every letter on its own can be a sentence, and every combination of letters, too. A primary difference between global and traditional languages is that no words are formed but rather sentences, paragraphs, or whole pages. The Global Language is much less sequential; it expresses the goal of an intended communication as a unified combination of different letters that are understood as one, a Unit, and not as a sequence of words that lead to the understanding by the recipient at the end of the sequence. A communication or exchange can consist of multiple units through the segmentation of these units.

The global language is a universal code of 37 unique blocks of emotions of varying intensities that enables all forms of life to communicate and more.


a sentence

The Global Language is the universal emotional code embedded in the very fabric of life. It redefines our perception of emotions as not merely experiential but integral to communication, time perception, and more.

As we continue this journey of discovery and understanding, it holds immense potential to evolve our understanding and experience of life, emotions, and interaction. This is a step toward understanding the code of our emotional universe, offering a unique glimpse into its simplicity and richness.