n the beginning, there was light. According to the principles of Kabbalah, the entities that produce light were not created until the “fourth day” so, how could there be light? The belief is that the “light” mentioned in the book of Genesis is actually consciousness. This “light” can be found everywhere, hidden within nature and within each and every one of us.
Think of that love that makes your heart feel like it could burst out of your chest, the happiness that wrapped you in warmth, the serenity that takes over whenever you feel safe. The light can be “found” within those moments in our life, but the truth is, it’s always there.
How do we go about revealing our hidden light, and at the same time expand our collective consciousness?
By sharing with an open and kind heart, we transform our own desires to receive into a desire to receive for others we begin to reveal more of the light, we then become vessels to channel it for the goodness of our collective.
t’s not just about doing good deeds, in order to reveal the light we need to shift the way we view our lives and the relationships with those around us, it requires awareness, consciousness, acting intentionally.
It’s not easy, as the more conscious we become, the more our awareness grows we realize there is more work to do. To eliminate false preconceived notions of who we are, self-destructive patterns, heal traumas, and to reconcile anything that keeps us from being in tune with our nature, with our true selves, we are all light, we are trying to come back to it.
Find the light, spread the light, be the light.
e are meant to transform and grow in the process of reconnecting with our light. We are meant to elevate our consciousness, with each one of us who is able to achieve this, we are in turn bringing in more and more light into the collective, we begin to serve as beacons to others.
What would the world be like if we were all sharing our light and in turn helping others tap into theirs? Wherever you are, in whatever stage of life you may be in, let there be light.