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Full Moon Musings on Light and Love

Happy Pisces Full Moon in Virgo! Having just returned from three weeks in pristine forests while painting portals, I’m in a rather dreamy state myself, only amplified by Mercury Retrograde and all that watery Pisces and earthy Virgo energy. This entire post is just an offering of musings on light and love. Blessings, peace and courage to each of you.

Laura Bruno, Tree Hugger

I received this as a forwarded email from a friend of mine. It, in turn, is extracted from a longer email by Mike Quinsey, channeling “SaLuSa from Sirius”:

“Dear Ones, let it be said that before you dropped down into the lower vibrations, you were fully aware of your origin as a Spark of God. That was so long ago that it cannot be spoken of in linear terms, as initially you were not in a physical body such as you have now. However, intelligent life forms have been on Earth for millions of years during which the Earth has become a prison planet, where for various reasons souls have been sent to it. As a result you have become quite a mixture of souls, from the unmanageable who exploited the dark energies, to those who have brought the Light with them. What has ensued for millennia of time is constant battles between the dark and Light to control the Earth. Each have had periods when they have been the dominant force, and gradually the Light has emerged as the victor. However, this was not before the dark Ones virtually achieved their plan for total world control, and the slavery of Mankind.

“In fact the Light moves in mysterious ways that the dark Ones have not detected. They have no answers when it is present, and cannot handle its powerful energy. At best they try to induce fear and lower the vibrations, but all that does it provide a temporary respite. The Light can transmute the dark, but not the reverse. Therefore every soul that understands the powerful weapon they carry need not fear the dark Ones. When you also apply the Law of Attraction, the Light wins hands down and is drawing immense amounts of Light from around the Universe. The Light is love and if you can maintain your place as a channel for it, you will helping ground it upon Earth. It comes down to how much you can transmute the dark energy, thereby reducing the need for Mother Earth to carry out a major cleansing. You are blessed with freewill, and this is why what you do has a great bearing on how the end times work out. However, it will not in any way alter the resultant victory for the Light…”

This email has sparked several discussions with friends and clients today, and falls within context of an ongoing lightning strike upon this planet. It reaches deeply into the question of free will: how much can we or should we “interfere” with another person’s spiritual process? In Reiki classes and in sessions with other “lightworkers” aka “healers,” this is a major question. What do we do with people struggling around us? How do we accept their process even if it’s slower or ineffectual or not what we would choose? How do we accept someone’s choice not to heal cancer? Not even to try? How do we accept someone’s choice to run away from hsi or her own light? Where do we draw the line of what’s ok to share or not share?

This is an ongoing debate, and I don’t claim to have a definitive answer. Earth is, however, a free will planet. We each have the option in each moment to choose light or choose darkness. To choose love or choose fear. The trouble is that light and love are both “invasive forces.” There really is no darkness; it is simply the absense of light. There really is no fear; it is simply the absense of love. Nature abhors a vacuum. The natural movement is one of filling darkness with light and filling fear with love. In that sense, restraining your own light and love in order to “honor” someone else’s darkness and fear, does not offer a long term solution. It requires work that goes against nature. Eventually, natural law will win.

People have grown fond of my occasional email correspondence turned blog post. Here’s an excerpt from an exchange this morning regarding the very issue of free will and the internal struggle of light vs. darkness. My response follows:

“When I see you in that struggle my instinct with every fiber of my being is just to blast you with light. Sorry. I just have so much light wanting to flood through me all the time that when I see something dark the light flowing through me just wants to flood into the dark like the crack of light that seeps in beneath a door or through splits in the wood or through the key hole.

“I can’t help myself unless I put some kind of shield (read: airtight prison) around me. My light just wants to let loose and go everywhere at once. That’s how I’ve always been. I’m not trying to take over your life or the environment. It’s the light that won’t be contained.”

The response to my words indicated an acceptance and welcoming of the light, so long as it came without judgment of the darkness or the battle. Like it or not, the 3D world offers shadows — the chiaroscuro of light and dark. Form brings boundaries and contrasts, unlike those found in the strictly spiritual realm of light.

I personally enjoy boundaries, shadows and forms. They give life to things, create new forms and offer challenges to creativity. I am reminded of Jesus’ words to his disciples, “Be in this world but not of it.” “Let your light so shine.” That last instruction also reminds me of the little Sunday School ditty:

“This little light of mine,
I’m gonna let it shine
This little light of mine,
I’m gonna let it shine
This little light of mine,
I’m gonna let it shine
Let it shine,
Let it shine,
Let it shine.

Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m gonna let it shine
Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m gonna let it shine
Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m gonna let it shine
Let it shine,
Let it shine,
Let it shine.”

It also reminds me of Mikao Usui, credited with rediscovering Reiki. He spent seven years healing people in “The Beggars City” but found, to his vast disappointment, that people he had healed opted to return to their sick or injured state. Attached to the concept of everyone accepting and embracing the light available to them, Usui grew despondent. He talked it over with the head of his monastery and decided on a new approach.

Instead of trying to fix everyone, he began walking around with a lit torch in the middle of the day. People looked at him like he was crazy and asked him why. He would respond, “I’m glad you asked. This is the light and it’s in you. If you’re interested, I’ll be speaking about it later tonight.” Those who wanted to learn showed up, and he trained many students that way … just having them follow him around and mimicking his light and energy until they rediscovered their own.

Ghandi put it this way, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” I say, “Be the light. Be the love.” It doesn’t need to be directed at anything or anyone specific. This planet and universe are crying out for healing. Whatever you feel called to love, love. Get your glow on. In fact, it’s already on, but some of us are hiding it more cleverly than others. We can’t hide it forever, though. As Schizandra says at the end of the Gates of Mu, “The days are coming when the time is now.”

Namaste.