The Great Salt Shake
How much salt you add to soup today is hardly an event to remember on the mansion worlds.
But when the decision becomes more complex, the probability of this being a Mansonia memory increases. For example, if the soup were being made to help a friend recover from a high blood pressure event, the quantity of salt does make a difference! Now consider the greater complexity when the patient demanded that lotsa salt be added to the soup ... and their doctor insisted that no salt be added. You, who habitually avoids such confrontation with friends and relatives, soon become desirous of knowing God's take on the shake before the quake.
Considering that we recently left the starting gate of our mortal birth and just began our purposeful journey to Paradise, how and what decision is made (re: "intercommunication") is not as important as the maintenance of frequent, quality dialogue with our indwelling Adjuster, our mission-focused, Personal Perfect Pilot ... all the way to Paradise ... starting at 606*.
And considering the sublime expertise of these divine indwellers, our question/request has effectively been "voiced" before we're conscious of such inquiry. Perhaps, we need only assume that the response has long been waiting for our retrieval from some transcendental texting tablet ... and not be concerned about this reliable intercommunication facility ... whatever it is.
* If you were born on the moon (a near-future possibility), you could not claim (on Mansonia) that you were a mortal from Urantia ... or could you? But you would argue that your mother was from Urantia. Makes sense! Now consider that you were conceived by "artificial insemination" in a space laboratory managed by robots ... and that both sperm and egg were derived from genetic engineering. Hmmm ... what's God's take on this shake? Not to worry! A grain of salt contrasted with a lifetime of Adjuster-influenced decision-making before our arrival on Mansonia.