Friday, November 26, 2021

Inner Wounds Can Be Healed to Release Our Light

I’m reading a book by Barbara Ann Brennan called Core Light Healing. It looks at how our inner spark of divine light flows into our lives as part of a daily creative process. One that can also be blocked by fear, childhood trauma and various dualistic belief systems and behavioral patterns. 

The word dualism is used a LOT in healing and spiritual circles. I have trouble understanding what people mean by it. In college, my philosophy teachers had us define terms the first time we used them because a particular word might be used in different ways by different people. 

For Brennan, dualism is the attitude that things are black or white, right or wrong, but also a split that happens between our mind and emotions. It’s when our feelings about challenging situations are blocked off to keep us from feeling emotional pain. The healing process involves sending love or compassion through those walled-off blocks of emotion or consciousness, so that we become whole again. That process of self-healing and integration brings more light, power and presence to our lives. 

She describes this dualistic split as a pocket of light that is enveloped in a painful wound, and then wrapped up in a defense system that keeps life from coming into contact with that wound. The defense might be fear and avoidance; it keeps us from feeling pain, but it also traps part of our creative light. That fear keeps us from taking necessary risks in our lives. Any part of your life that feels stuck can be traced to these often unconscious wounds.  

This concept of having our core divine light trapped in an emotional wound has been around for centuries, as part of the mystical side of Judaism (Kabbalah). In Hebrew, these pockets of trapped light are called Klippot, and they are created when we split our consciousness and lean towards fear, away from love, courage and kindness. The more we block off our light, the harder and harsher the defense mechanisms become. The process happens on individual and collective levels, and can be repaired with kindness and compassion.

The concept was first described by Rabbi Issac Luria a few centuries ago. The world correction (Tikkun Olam) is carried out by piercing those defenses one by one, with kindness, love and compassion. The similarity between that Kabbalistic view and energy healing occurred to me yesterday, though I had been in the habit of sending Reiki through my klippot. I’ve been reading up on both for 10 years.

As you may know, Energy Healers channel the qualities of love, kindness and compassion through the spiritual, emotional and mental layers of the Aura so that these blocks can be released. This involves feeling the emotions locked in that pocket of energy; I call in the archangels as they make the healing gentler.  

In her book, Brennan also describes a process of soul individuation that flows from that core light, through an infinite field of potential. It sounds a lot like the Kabbalistic theory of creation - whether we see it as one Big Bang, or millions of lights coming into the world. Our physical bodies are largely made of that primal essence (hydrogen) and that very element is what gives us water (compassion). 

Stay tuned for more! Please reach out on Instagram or Facebook - I'd love to connect! Online classes coming soon.

Reiki hugs,  


Ps … Curious fact, hydrogen is the lightest Element in the universe! It’s been around since the beginning of time. Hydrogen is a small percentage of human body mass but accounts for a majority of our atoms. We are made of stardust, but also, the stuff that’s been around before the stars. 


Regina Chouza is an Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. She studied angel intuition and astrology at The College of Psychic Studies in London, and qualified as a healer at the School of Intuition & Healing UK. Her passion is bringing the qualities of self-love, joy and empowerment to healing pursuitsRead her books to heal yourself.  


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