So let’s break it down…
“No one who lights a lamp hides it away or places it under a (bushel basket), but on a lampstand so that those who enter might see the light.”
In this part of Luke’s scripture, Jesus is saying to us that we are the lamp. The light of God resides within each of us, do not hide it away so that others are unable to experience the vastness of God’s glory within you, let others see and feel your yummy light.
Next we read:
“The Lamp of the body is your eye. When your eye is sound, then your whole body is filled with light, but when it is bad, then your body is in darkness.”
Jesus is teaching us to see with our heart. It is when we are centered in God’s love that we can see with clarity and attract more light into our lives. In contrast, when we are focusing on our thoughts alone and we perceive energy only with our minds, this often results in us experiencing low vibe energy.
And, next we find the cure for the low vibe energy:
“Take care, then, that the light in you not become darkness. If your whole body is full of light, and no part of it is in darkness, then it will be as full of light as a lamp illuminating you with its brightness.”
Now, we are reminded that our light is precious and that where we focus our energy, that is what will grow. If we are hardening our hearts with worry, doubt, anger, resentment or unforgiveness that is what will grow, and the type of energy we will attract into our lives. The solution then is clear; be the light, this is how we can safeguard our energy. For where there is light, darkness cannot be.
Whenever I am leading or teaching others how to clear their energy and protect themselves, I share the following statement with them to say each day, “Only that which is of God can come to me.”
This is a powerful declaration of the energy in which you are choosing to live within. It brings you to a place of servitude and of resilience. When your eyes are focused on the light, it will diminish any and all darkness.
Try it out, let me know what you experience!