Thursday, June 03, 2010

Warriors of love and light or Servants of Love and Light?

I know that many of our circle will call us "light warriors" "love warriors" etc. And in many respects the "peace" movement is a war on war, the environmental movement a war on environmental aggressors...


Yet in putting down our swords, we find that light and love are more effective "war free."
In my spiritual work of dealing with beings and entities of all sorts and dimensions, kind and not-so-kind. Of late I have found that effectively dealing with them has been to embody soveriegn light and conscious connection to source while firmly informing them of the conscious connection to source that we share, and that there is a oneness that trumps any dark agenda or malevolence, war, struggle, fight etc.


Which has all inspired me to explore new ideas and ways to express as a servant of light and love, rather than a warrior of light and love.In other words, when there is no fight, there is no fight.

1 comment:

Francis DellaVecchia said...

I absolutely understand your sentiment. And, being one of those folks who uses the warrior term, I speak that way not to connote fight, but rather strength. There are still too few of us serving the light, so those that are must know that all the light brothers and sisters are focused like lasers, resilient, and full of courage.

Of the two dictionary entries on warrior, I'm talking about the second:

1. a person engaged or experienced in warfare; soldier.
2. a person who shows or has shown great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness, as in politics or athletics.

Yet my preferred way to picture it is still a play on the term "Light Brigade"