I was on a bit of a hiatus for the last several weeks. I’ve been undergoing somewhat of a personal transformation and transition, plus had a work trip recently which took my focus. Also my mother had a ministroke last night and is currently in the hospital. We’d appreciate your positive thoughts and energy for her.
Despite all that, I hope to be back to more regular updates now.
One thing I’ve been noticing is that there is a prevalence of people out there who call themselves “lightworkers”. They make it their duty to champion the light and fight the darkness.
There are also a lot of people who sit on the fence. I put most LOA practitioners into this camp. They know that they have the power to get what they want in life (a definite attribute of darkness), yet they try to maintain a half-hearted support of light ideas like “for the highest good of all,” or even the idea that you need a good, selfless reason to want the things you want.
Earlier this year I wrote a post called I Am a Darkworker, and I still feel the same now. There is little credible coverage of the side of darkness, and I think that’s unfortunate. It leaves us imbalanced, for light and dark are both valid paths. The path of darkness will never be popular, but it needs those who will commit to it and give voice to its message.
I’ve been fearful of fully committing to that path, mostly because of what others might think. I’ve long tried to make this blog a place to learn the no-nonsense, bare-bone principles of the law of attraction.
However as I’ve seen the ways people struggle with the LOA and fail to truly make meaningful changes to their lives with these powerful principles, I’ve realized that something was missing.
That something was a framework— a context by which these principles can come alive and be fully embodied in one’s life.
I believe darkness is that framework. The law of attraction is perfectly at home on the path of darkness, and since committing more fully to that path, my own abilities have become more potent.
I believe that you cannot sit on the fence forever. There are two paths, and those paths have conflicting goals. There is no middle path, just as you cannot mix light and dark: where there is light there is no darkness, and where there is darkness there is no light.
In my own life as well as on Dark Ascent, I will be committing to darkness more fully. Some may relish this change, while others may be disconcerted by it. Regardless, it is my path.
But which path is right for you? It’s only natural that you’d want to know what differentiates light and dark. In the Circle of Darkness newsletter I’ll be publishing this week, I’ll dive far more deeply into the differences between these two paths, and what it means to commit to the path of darkness.
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