When you turn a light on in a dark room, the darkness vanishes.
So, too, when you turn the True Light on in your life, darkness vanishes.
There may still be darkness in the corners of a room where boxes or furniture may obscure the light. So, too fears and worries, shame and regret can obscure the Light of Love from your life.
To bring Light more fully into your being, look at those places that obscure the Light. Look at them with Love. Not as a way to beat yourself up or inflict more shame or regret, but rather noticing the lesson learned while releasing the pain.
Don't see the lesson? Perhaps the lesson was not yours to learn. Perhaps you were the teacher. Sometimes the pain is darkest when we bring hard lessons for others to receive. It may even feel as if the punishment is yours. Perhaps not. If you cannot find the lesson to be learned, bathe the situation in Light and Love. In confidence release the pain and suffering knowing that if there truly is a lesson, it will appear after the pain has been relinquished.
Please release the need to suffer about it. Do you feel as if suffering makes the pain worth it? No. Pain and suffering are optional. Your experience is no less significant viewed from a place of wholeness and grace than viewed within the walls of suffering.
As the Living Light of Love washes over old wounds, they release naturally in and of themselves. They are not constructed of light. Light washes the suffering away, if you allow the Light to reach these obscured places.
Once released, energy opens up for you. Renewed energy that had been used to hold the darkness in place. Rejoice in this!
We rejoice with you!