Light, the experience of wholeness in action.

We love light. We have a natural appreciation for it and feel heartened by it. This is no accident. It's structural. Light, is power. We instinctively know this in relationship to our sun. Light is capacity. 

Our natural state is wholeness. In wholeness, we experience love, truth and light in wholeness. We know who we are, we have a framework for reality based on who we are and we make real what matters to us. We are empowered.

Lack of anything, is a distortion of wholeness.

The experiences in embodiment that are limited come from ways we diminish our perception and lose sight of our Oneness with All That Is. We make something else real. Often we do this unconsciously. We assimilate ideas from people we care about, establish them as our vision of life and then live it.

When we diminish our experience of light, we feel less capable. The experience is optional but because we invest energy in it, it plays out as real. What we treat as real, becomes real.

This is not a conceptual thing, it's a fundamental aspect of reality: energy is creative. Thought structures energy. We are powerful creators who often create and perpetuate an experience of limitation.

We do have other options - we can remember wholeness, reconnect with who we truly are and learn to use our power in ways that give us joy and create a life based on what matter to us.

When we're allowing the experience of wholeness that is light, we experience wholeness in action, and relative to our will. Our desires, and our action are in sync and inspired by our inner connections.  We feel powerful, expansive and free. This is the experience of allowing ourselves to know who we truly are, in an expression of light.

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