My sensitivity continues to increase. It’s bordering on downright troublesome. From food to sunlight to people to medicine … if it’s even the least bit toxic, I am hurt by it. This requires more aggressive psychic protection, which I am practicing — but even so, it’s been a difficult road of late.
I was given some medicine and took it as prescribed. I’ve taken this medicine before, in fact, without incident. Irrespective, I soon became so disoriented and affected that I barely knew what day it was, or who was around. Needless to say it was frightening. I am better now, but here again I have to make adjustments: new meds (or no meds), a very streamlined diet and a ramped up hyper-vigilance toward everything I do and consume.
I love my life and I love what I do. But the yang often derails the yin — this is the downside of spiritual work.
Recently written in my new book:
As the light body increases it separates from the physical body, that which consists of the denser matter. As a person’s enlightenment progresses, their thoughts become as the light, clashing more and more with the patterns generated by the physical body, which are of the lower order.
Light thoughts and physical thoughts are incongruent. Thoughts borne of the physical cannot withstand those borne of the light, as the vibration is entirely dissimilar. Once the momentum of enlightenment is secured there is no limiting the flight of the light body, and the physical — which is the anchor and root of the Self — seeks to remain static in known comfort. This static nature limits the experience of the Self in entirety, if indulged.
The physical conveys its discomfort with the shifting energies through disharmony within the body itself, resulting in things such as allergic reactions, sensitivities in general, and those systems involved in the running of energy being shorted or burned out, and so on.