In the last 6 years writing and researching, I have yet to clarify the title, Blinded by the Light.
So with that, here is a restricted piece of me, shared and exposed to you.
The LightThe parable of the Moth
When the moth is ready to emerge, the body will work at pulling itself through a small hole, each early attempt will result in failure – progressing ever so slowly, basically unperceivable.
Oblivious and unaware to their actual reality, the moth is distracted and disoriented by the artificial light. Feeling secure and protected, the moth seeks sanctuary in the illusion of darkness cast by the brightly lit false light.
Excerpt from Biocentrism (written by Dr. Robert Lanza, the Chief Scientific Officer at Advanced Cell Technology):
“While I was sitting one night with a poet friend watching a great opera performed in a tent under arc lights, the poet took my arm and pointed silently. Far up, blundering out of the night, a huge Cecropia moth swept past from light to light over the posturings of the actors. ‘He doesn’t know,’ my friend whispered excitedly. ‘He’s passing through an alien universe brightly lit but invisible to him. He’s in another play; he doesn’t see us. He doesn’t know. Maybe it’s happening right now to us.”
Are we similar to the huge Cecropia moth? Blundering on in the darkness, oblivious to the Light within us and emanating from all things around us?
We carry a piece of our Home within us – I urge you to recognize and honor the Oneness with everyone and everything you experience today.
I traded my Home for wings,
I traded my security to fly.
Now I blunder in the in the darkness.
Blinded by the light,
all that I witness outside is false.
For the true illuminating Light is within.
No need to pursue Truth,
with fragile wings and courageous flight.
The rhythm of my heart bursts with It.
Each pulse comforting me:
I left Home,
but Home never left me.