We’ve never had such profundity channeled towards us in such amounts and, even though I know it’s a chore to read all of them, I heartily recommend it.
The Arcturian Group says in their message yesterday (April 21, 2013):
“Much of that which you see as chaos in the world is the releasing of dark energy pockets which have lain dormant in certain areas for eons of time. These are places where the energies of war, strife, and suffering still resonate and where years and years of un-enlightened thinking and actions are now manifesting in order to be looked at, transmuted, and released. It may appear as though the world is becoming darker but it is actually the activity of more Light shining on previously hidden shadows bringing them to world awareness instead of allowing them to stay hidden and functional as has been the case up to now.” (1)
What they say here is so profound but it applies at many more levels than simply at the level of the outside world. But let’s stay with the outside world for a minute.
Twelve years ago (on 9/11) we saw darkness descend on the world and all was chaos. And we were hopeless and forlorn.
Twelve years, later all the darkness is being released. But we see only chaos and feel hopeless and forlorn again.
Day into night, night into day: it all feels the same for us while we’re in the darkness.
But the one is the installation of darkness and the other is the release from it. Yet the experience while in the darkness can be the same: chaos and hopelessness.
Now let me leave the outside world and enter the inside world for a moment. When we suffer a traumatic event, all is heartache and upset. That event may become the seed of a vasana and go off every time we see similar events happening or think we do.
When the vasana erupts and we project it onto others, all is heartache and upset again.
AND when we source that vasana and complete it, when we re-experience it but re-experience it consciously, as an observer, allowing it to play itself out in us without reacting to it, all is heartache and upset again. But this time we’re re-experiencing it to release it.
So we do need to make the distinction, I think, between heartache and upset experienced in traumatizing circumstances and heartache and upset experienced consciously to be finished and complete with it.
And we also need to see when chaos and darkness in the outside world are part of endarkening our world and part of having us stand up for the Light and demand that the darkness end – namely, part of our insistence on releasing darkness from our world. When we fail to make a distinction between the two, things look the same.
(1) The Arcturian Group, April 21, 2013, at http://onenessofall.com/