'In order not to cluster up, matter has to move. Whether it is dark or light matter, the movement can be troublesome and painful since, as goes for the dark matter, we often let it out when we feel safe enough in our friendships and even more, in our intimate relationships.
The darkness can expand and so can the light and we are, as souls, certainly in the crossfire of these awesome powers. The whole point is to release the old so the new can step in, and this is where we let it out and often straight in the faces of the people we love the most; those who have placed their trust in us.
Delicate, delicate. Since actually: The Light can hurt as well, because we have to surrender to it and it can blind our eyes into the feel of too much ‘self-importance’ with no room for others really, not being able to listen, always telling the world the right solutions, always advising without being asked.
This is where we can hurt the persons that we love the most; partner, friends, family, whomever. We don’t hurt people in this process that we are not emotionally attached to, simply because they don’t know us that well and because we share a room of intimacy with the people we have closest to us, and this as intimate as it ever gets.
When we go into these deep pains or reprogramming of what basically are our emotional and spiritual immune systems, we become fragile. It’s important to realize that ‘fragile’ and ‘warrior’ is no contradiction. When we set out to be spiritual warriors we should be well aware of both our fragility and our tremendous strength.'
Read more: When Hurtful Darkness Transcends
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