Dreams, we thought, might be a version of communication that happened on another level altogether, one we could not really access fully with our brains because sensory input didn't happen in this dimension. As we spoke of this, the words ‘Descriptive Architecture' came into my head and I wrote them down. These weren't my words, you understand, because it took me a little while to understand them, but they fitted the context exactly and if you cannot get perfection, synchronicity will sometimes let you get a little close.
Since everyone's unique, it stands to reason that authentic communication gives space for you and those engaging with you to understand how you feel, and why. When we describe a view or a subject we use our own language and the patterns of that language will differ between speaker and listener. We learn through listening and speaking in a flow wherein one action makes sense of the other in a constructive process - hence, it seems in conclusion, descriptive architecture is something we just do.