Meaning is the unity underlying the diversity. This common denominator is made up of a series of representations, not just of one. What one sees, what one hears, what one feels are all inner representations of stimuli hitting the organism either from the outside world or from within the organism. These representations are constructed images. This chapter addresses the issue of how it is that communication fashions an inner representation. It emphasizes that the whole neurological setup is a communication network. To think of bodily changes just as one of our communicative modes is of great help in unifying mind and body under the hegemony of one guiding principle. The reception of sense data is transformed within into representations. What we are claiming here is that this is also the case with human communication. Communication and inner representation are both products of an inner creative activity.