There seems to be something about your self love journey that really impacts how you communicate.
I mean advertantly, your relationship with yourself is becoming stronger therefore, as a result your understanding of yourself gets deeper. Through honoring your spirit and even constantly practicing forgiveness your communication style begins to change.
You might become more empathic to others, clearer in conveying what you want or desire, more transparent when it comes to your faults and mistakes you've committed. You learn to own your ish and it feels so very good to do so, boldly and powerfully.
I used to have a problem with interrupting people during a conversation. It wasn't because I was being rude, I was just so excited and wantes to be able to share my point. At a certain point, I realized that it was selfish and a reaction to not acknowledging the importance of anyone else in the conversation. So now that I choose to remain silent (for the most part) in conversations, I always find it amusing that people who have known me for a long time before (consciously transforming) frequently check to see if I'm paying attention while talkin because I'm silent. What they don't realize is that my inner transformation, is evident in ways maybe they wouldn't think are evident, such as in communication.
Even when it comes to forgiveness, maybe in the past you took statements really personal, or you'd snap back when someone would say something offensive, but as a BEautiful BEing on a conscious journey of self love, practicing forgiveness will allow to release any negative energy you absorb from a conversation, and just keep flowing. Your form of reaction will change. Your choice of words will change. Your desire to be passive aggressive or back biting will change.
One of the first clear signs of how you are changing will show up in your communication. Others around you may not take notice, but I encourage you, BE Mindful, stay mindful and honor your own growth accordingly. Every step, makes your journey that much more valuable.
By: Tiffany W.