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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Holding Our Light





Everything changes when you emit your own frequency rather than absorb the frequencies around you.

Barbara Marciniak



We are all aware of what it’s like to “feel the vibe” when we encounter someone who is struggling with some upsetting emotions.  It is so easy to absorb that vibration. 


Suddenly, there it is surrounding us, cloaking us if we let it. And it’s hard to escape, difficult to be unaffected.  But what an awesome opportunity to hold our own light, even in the face of what might feel heavy or negative.  To emit and sustain our own beautiful frequency.  


What if we were to hold space and clarity for our own intention and vibration?  What if we were to see ourself in a luminous spotlight...an emanation that moves when we move...that goes where we go...beautifully illuminating our corner of the world?    


This SPOTLIGHT is a physical expression of our BOUNDARY.


From this vantage point we can view all the many other spotlights around us, each shining on other persons. We can be an OBSERVERas each individual lives his life...writes his own story.  And, most importantly, we can clearly see the difference between their spotlights and ours.


When we are able to hold our own light, it does not matter what kind of situation we encounter.  It is irrelevant because it is not ours.


We are not held at the mercy of what is going on around us. We are Creators… not reactors and not victims.  We create the space in which we wish to exist and we choose to sustain it. 


And, in doing so, we demonstrate for others the beauty of PRIMEcreation.  In this space, we also grow in strength and spirituality and are more able to extend compassion to the individuals in the spotlights where it is needed.


We are here to learn and practice the holding of our light until it becomes an effortless and ongoing sharing of unconditional love.


And everything changes.



                     Marie Helena

        


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