We’ve all the power to make our beautiful light flourish from the inside out, generating a strong source of light we can use as a guide towards the path of a meaningful life. It’s important we get aware and awaken to the challenges and difficulties we’re facing in the present moment, establishing a suitable strategy to diminish the influence of darkness on the self, regarding our capability of keeping consciousness at hand no matter the circumstances. The moment we attain such understanding, it’s the moment we can dissect the true nature of darkness by creating a mirror needed to enquireΓ’€”in a conscious and meaningful wayΓ’€”the true deteriorative and deceptive goal of the negative conditioning performed by darkness, which we’re subjected to in the present moment.

We just need to use our consciousness to start asking questions related to the nature of darkness, as we already do regarding the beauty of our own nature. When we start attaining a good level of understanding we’re able to realise that the nature of darkness is based on a doctrine, a negative conditioning disseminated together with traits of our own culture. Our naked eyes cannot see it clearly, and that’s why the majority of people have no idea what is hidden behind cultural traits exhibiting behaviours not aligned with our love nature.

We’ve no need to be trained to love but we can only hate if we’re trained and conditioned to do so. Therefore, after years of being subjected to a huge amount of negativity hidden in cultural traits we’re forced to learn since childhood, we need to perform our body and mind training to sanitise what has been in contact with so much dirt for so long.

The moment we realise the cultural traits we’ve incorporated, which are the sources of negativity we may generate deep within, it’s the moment we understand the type of enemy we’re fighting since we were born.

Namaste πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“

Written by Jeferson Souza (thejefecomp).

Available also in a signed pdf version: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-6pY9ynSpu7FkR0PFHYor0jtGUtWaUXn/view?usp=drivesdk

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