It is nice to share the qualities that make you unique. There is a trend to soften individuality and for everyone to act as though nothing makes one man stand out from another. This is a noble concept when we are called to follow orders and pull together manpower in circumstances where the number of bodies needed will bring about a unified desire. But any shift towards submerging one’s talents can rebound into a sense of going unacknowledged and undervalued.
The reaction can be mistaken as an act of defiance. Where we once recognized the qualities of another, we now have rules and social standards pressuring us to suppress giving credit to another for whom he is. But this homogenized outlook motivates people to say, “This is who I am and what makes me different because of my background” with greater clarity.
Just like every other person on the planet, you were born with unique qualities. Before we linked our characteristics to our family backgrounds and personal experiences, what made each of us the way we were? Why were we linked to our settings?
The elements that make up each of us relates to the way we express ourselves. Your personal imprint on the planet is shaped by the aspect of God from which your soul was sparked. While oftentimes the Almighty is depicted as a wise old man with caring eyes to show the Fatherly aspect, the Creator serves as several roles, including the spark of life.
In this spark, is energy. Different forms of energy exists. Each of us came about from a spark of energy, but not all of us came from the same flavor.
It is like venturing into the Twinings Tea shop in London. Initially, the charming carvings attracted my attention. Then, the mingling of scents drew me inward where a tea boxes lined the shelves and each connecting room offered surprisingly beautiful teapots and teacups. By the time I reached the belly of the enterprise, I understood the significance of Twinings’ role in the international tea trade. I felt a connection with the founders even though I never met them.
The tea shared its signature flavor by releasing its scents. In the same way we enter a shop of concoctions, each of us creates a signature by how we express ourselves. At our core is an initial spark. It grew and expanded into our complex lives.
I can purchase a box of tea, and walk out the door with it. The scent creates a trail. The decorations on the box remind me of my visiting the store. An extension of the expression of God reaches into you along an energy ray of light that is unseen much of the time. The complexities of mankind reflect the Holy Source’s vast range of aspects like a color chart at a paint store.
You might sometimes catch of glimpse of these light rays. While in college studying fine arts, I had a professor who painted oils on canvas. She could see auras in colorful lights. I’d never heard of such a thing and soon discovered books with instructions on how to see energy surrounding people’s figures.
A few years passed, and I took a road trip up the South’s east coast. In Savannah, I visited a historic cemetery where I noticed numerous men had been in the same organization as my ancestors who I had been researching at the time. I photographed the plaques and tombstones so that I could cross reference how well the men might have known each other.
One image stood out. In it was a grid of light rays in the silhouette of a human figure. I didn’t understand it at the time, but I was convinced an imprint of the man’s energy existed at the site. The imprint must have been established by an emotion strong enough to leave a residue long after the majority of his personal expression left the Earth plane.
The remnant of this man’s expression inspired me to write my fantasy manuscript, Spirit Prisoners of Evangabella. My newfound confirmation in how energy continues to express a person after he is moved on allowed me to develop beyond intentionally finding people’s auras. I began seeing rich shades of lights around me, which I likewise incorporated into the quest element of my protagonist’s quest, as inspiration for everyone to discover the hidden world interacting with us.
The color of light is formed by the frequency of a vibration. The frequency is the expression of the initial spark of life. Energy emanates from all objects. You can catch glimpses off whatever it is you are focused on. The energy of objects and people around you alters the current wavelengths of your immediate frequency.
Where a red angel ray fades into pink before transitioning into orange, even without seeing the presence of a higher influence, you can sense what type of character or expression of Divine Love is revealed. Although the variations of shades and combinations of gifts are endless, the characteristics in man provide information as to which area of the Divine Love’s expression is contributing at this time.
All around you, the world is moving and shaking. No matter how much influence surrounds you, the initial spark remains at your core being. No one else has the exact same spark, and no amount of generalizing can make you less noticeable. You are seasoned with personal experiences and a background worthy of being remembered.