Deep, deep, deep, in the dark cave that is our mind, are thoughts that are so repetitive, and almost certainly very destructive, that we are unaware of them. They are like white noise, so regular and deep in our unconscious that we do not see them in our mind-controlled state. The state we are conditioned to think of as ‘normal’.
As we practice and become more awake, conscious in this present moment, the light from within our soul, our very essence, will lighten up that dark cave.
The deeper we become conscious the more light will shine, and the harder it will be for these thought patterns to remain unobserved. If we see them, we can choose to no longer energise them and associate with them.
Gradually, as we become more aware of these deeper unconscious thoughts, they will start to fade. They can not survive the light that shines within us when we are connected to our soul and free from unconscious thoughts.
Light always dissolves the darkness of deep unconscious thought.
If we accept that life always will have dark times, then the inner surrender to what is, and to that, will enable us to be at peace, to be free from resistance and our inner light can shine for us.
The universe will work with us once we accept what is and are at peace with it. Whatever occurs in life, when we realise it has occurred, it is instantly the past, it no longer exists except for in our mind. Therefore, when we let go of the emotions and reactions surrounding what has happened we are instantly at peace. We have chosen to say it does not matter.
That does not mean we are happy about everything whatever, it just means below the turbulence on the surface of life, is always inner calm and stillness. From the challenges in life we expand in their experience and they bring us riches.
We are able to see our patterns of reaction, emotion and thoughts more clearly the darker the situations that occur.
The level of resistance brings the corresponding level of emotion, thought and reaction. Letting go dissolves this all.
It’s the dark things that bring us the light.
The darker they are the stronger the light comes.