Bloodflow and Lightflow

A simple truth: When there is a slackening of the blood circulation to any part of the body, the said organ feels cumbersome and weighty. Suddenly, lifting it feels like a difficult feat. But when blood circulation is restored to its natural quantity in the said organ, we able to easily lift the member that moments ago felt hefty and burdensome. All this, even though the weight is constant. The only difference is the amount of blood! Hold this picture.

Circumstances and experiences are organs that have been formed through the condition of our inner lives. They are connected to us. Thus the more cumbersome, stressful, impenetrable, and strenuous circumstances appear and feel, the more it oppresses us, and thus the heavier it feels…the less circulation of spiritual light they are receiving! For an infusion of pure light from above will be able to easily lift up and maneuver it just like the organ of the body when blood circulation is restored! And just like the body part that is the same weight before and after, so is the circumstance the same weight before and after, the ease of overcoming and lifting it lies ONLY in the amount of spiritual light from above we can access to infuse it!

This is a simple law science teaches about the body in schools, but never makes the simple leap to experience the same principle in life for the purpose of spiritual development that brings true happiness. Thus we give children information, yet deny them true knowledge that could uplift them! All education and instruction in future must turn upward.

The key to all of life’s solutions is connection with the Light above. Everything. From this, everything flows. If you are honest, you will next admit the only question that haunts man today is how to access the complete knowledge of how to truly achieve this through the complications of various life situations. But it is here that the true helpers of man are called to serve.

~Ikenna Q Ezealah

About Ikenna Q Ezealah

Ikenna Q Ezealah is a writer, author and essayist whose themes embrace human-spiritual development.
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