Naming the Thing-That-Must-Not-Be-Named
Spiritual Balance and Fear
Some people working in the spiritual field are teaching their students to live in a sheltered world by avoiding the news and current affairs and to concentrate only on their direct family and partners.
They believe that anything not overly positive will immediately negatively influence their student's aura. Just the mention of a negative word will send some people into a self righteous diatribe.
If you 'make the mistake' of uttering an 'off-limits' word in a conversation with a lightworker with this particular belief system, you might find yourself being indiscriminately classed as negative
Spiritually we have all come onto this earth plane to experience lessons of all types, and everything is relative to something else. Each of us has our own gifts to offer in servitude to the other.
Lesson from Harry Potter
In the Harry Potter books by J. K. Rowling there is an important lesson we can learn about naming what we are really dealing with. Harry speaks Voldemort's name, while almost everyone else refers to him as 'He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named'.
The people who have the strongest attachment to the dark energy are those who directed their energy to avoid the name.
"Call him Voldemort, Harry. Always use the proper name for things. Fear of a name increases fear of the thing itself." - Professor Dumbledore.
Harry did not fear to speak Voldemort's name, whereas almost everyone else increased their fear by avoiding the name. Both Dumbledore and Harry knew that the only way out, is through. They faced their fears and discovered themselves in the maelstrom.
Avoiding life experiences on the physical plane and placing yourself in a bubble, doesn't stop the energy from existing. What it does, is stop you from participating in a meaningful way to help others.
There is no doubt we live in a polarized world that reveals suffering and pain.
It is confronting to watch the young girl in Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai
, who was shot in the head after she dared to speak her truth about female equality and girls being able to go to school. But what is more confronting as a lightworker, is to see so many people are unaware of her brave struggle because they have switched off.
The Meaning of Life
Spiritual teachers who believe that their students should avoid real life and only concentrate on our spiritual home, need to ask the question, what is life on Earth all about? If we are already a spiritual essence, what on Earth are we doing here on Earth?
We are meant to be learning about life on Earth. That means we are here to experience everything it has to offer, both positive and negative. Being overly sensitive of negativity actually means you are likely to attract more towards you.
Living a Full and Balanced Life
To acknowledge the existence of the negative, is not the same as dwelling on negativity.
To acknowledge the existence of the positive, is not the same as dwelling on positivity.
Do not dwell on negativity or positivity.
To live a full life you must acknowledge the existence of all things and all possibilities both positive and negative. When you have done that, find the stillness within you, open yours eyes and see the true reality of your existence today.
"He who experiences the Unity of Life sees his own self in all beings, and all beings in his own self
." - Buddha
Avoiding everything negative about the physical because you find it confronting, is only living half a life and cutting yourself off from the full level of your spiritual compassion.
When next you hear someone sharing something that's not so good about their day, instead of a 'tut tut' to yourself, try asking your higher self how you can help.
Our prayers for Malala Yousafzai...
Love and Light
October 15th 2012
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