Precious Wisdom – ‘I see the light’
I see energy sometimes like sparkles of light in the air. Wriggling filaments. Tiny electrical worms all moving this way and that. At times they harmonise and move together in a particular directions. Mostly they flow this way and that. Like living glitter. I feel the air electrified with this energy. It is life itself. I breathe it and become it. And I too am sparkling. My particles moving closer together, but connected to these shiny filaments of zinging tinsel that zip through the ether about me.
The first time I saw it, I was about to turn 30. I was on holiday in Sardinia with my oldest childhood friend. I had just finished reading the final book in the Harry Potter series. Who knew magic was so real it could be visible to the naked eye!?
I put down the book and gazed absent-mindedly into the sky. That’s when I saw them. The whole sky was lit up like shiny little glow worms in the summer sun. At first I thought it was a trick of the light, that my eyes were tired from reading, or perhaps it was the sun shining off the water in the ocean. But then I felt it too. The magnificent and unmistakable hum of a vibration – my whole body singing and resonating with positive and loving energy.
What a delight to discover these little golden-white filaments of living light. Like magical illuminated jumping beans.
I am seeing them now as I write this. Lying by the pool in Spain with my husband on our holiday. I ask if he can see them too. He looks at me quizzically: ‘No, dear’ is his response as he rolls his eyes. (The wife is coming out with another of her weird statements again.)
But I just think to myself: ‘If only he could see what I see!’ If only everyone could see what magic surrounds us in every moment. The whole universe is alive and we are part of it’s liquid-gold lifeblood.
Every particle, every fibre, every filament, every cell, every atom is constantly vibrating and radiating pure love. It’s just waiting for us to notice.
Close your eyes. Breathe in the light Can you feel it…?
1/9/18, Alexandra Wenman