I Have Beacon on the Brain: Journey of Gratitude – Day 03

Copyright Tam Black 2015 Designed for susanwithpearls.com
Copyright Tam Black 2015
Designed for susanwithpearls.com

Guiding Thought

I fill my mind with the Light of the Truth of Love. What more is there? In the Light of the Truth, I am Free. What more is there? My consciousness expands in the Truth of Love, forever One, forever Joyful, forever in Peace. Auum-en!


Truth returns to itself like salmon returning upstream to their origin, like birds coming home to roost. Truth is the beacon guiding us to our origin, guiding us home. We cannot but return.

All paths lead home; everything moves in one direction.

We think we are on different paths. We think we are in this alone. We think others hinder or impede our progress, but everything—everything!—is a nudge (or a shove) in only one direction.

You nudge me, I nudge you; we help each other. As we bring an awareness of our origin (Love) to our nudging, we learn to be gentle with ourselves and with others. Who really wants to be shoved?

See your beacon, move toward it. Let its light resonate within you, filling you, that you may become a beacon for others. Your steps show them their potential, their possibility. When you see their recognition of your beacon, you gain confidence in it yourself.

All Love is One. All Light is One. All Truth is One.

During this Guiding Thought, I imagined my mind—or rather my brain, the matter filling the space within my skull—being filled with light, the Light of Love. Pretty quickly, I realized my skull could not contain it.

I saw a beacon off in the distance, like a lighthouse on a peninsula, shining brightly in all directions. It was as though the light in my head had a sympathetic response to this beacon. The light in my head responded somehow to the larger beacon, so that my head itself became a beacon, smaller of course, but just as bright.

As I looked around, I saw other small beacons emanating from other people’s heads, also in sympathetic response to the larger beacon. I watched the movements of those other points of light, their inter-actions, all guided by the larger, main beacon, all responding to it, moving toward it.

I saw the connections of these present-movements with the past, how all interactions have gotten us here, then how all the movement here now is shifting us into the future—all of the connections and interconnections. We experience it all as relative, disconnected, but the overall