Many stories have been told by different Cultures and Faiths on the polarities of Light and Dark. It is an experience of all Souls, for what is our Darkness is what leads us back to our Light. It is the Journey of Consciousness.
Sometimes our Light can be very dim, hence we experience low mood, ill health and blockages in our pathway, this is our challenge. The above quote is very poignant, in this journey.
In India Festival of Lights, came about as a Victorious outcome in a Journey that Ram (an Avatar) had to endure. He had such a battle with the dark forces, and even at times when he thought it was over, more would come and challenge him. But he had to carry on against all odds, for his wife, his love, Sita, who had been captured by the Demon King Ravan.
As he followed the Path of Satyagraha, and followed in Rightousness Dharma, he was victorious, hence the divya lights that light his path on his return with Sita.
Sita too earned her Status of Divine Goddess by following the path of Satyagrah, walking in her truth and not allowing her fears to deviate her into the charms and offers made by Ravan.
Stories, like this are examples to learn from and find comfort and solace, because the very fact that we are here on the Earth, is to make our Darkness into Light!
The Light will be as Bright as you want it to be! ~ Jaz Challi
As a psychotherapist, my work is all about, helping and supporting in the Consciousness states and working with peoples darkness. My last Retreat to India, also had this as a focus, as we arrived in Jaipur for Diwali, and ended in Varanasi for Ekadasi festival of Light.
I love doing 'Light' Projects around the time of Diwali as it taps into the energy of Light that is being celebrated around the world and this has an integration of alchemy tied in. So look out for our Diwali Specials!
© Jazzaro ~ Transpersonal Akash
Dedicated and Passionate to the Awakening and Transformation of the Oceanic Consciousness.