After writing the earlier article by the Horses of San Marco (www.candacecaddick.com/2013/09/an-interview-with-the-horses-of-san-marco/ ) where they talked about the darkness of the energy on Earth now, I thought I would look at this dark energy, and I shifted my focus to see only the energy in the higher dimensions. Once as a child I toured a copper mine in Northern Michigan and they put the light out so we could see total darkness. There was no light to see anywhere, just darkness. That is what it was like to see the energy we live in, and what I felt this time was fear. Blocking out the sight of darkness to not feel that fear is a good-enough reason to ignore the energy in the higher dimensions. It would be hard to function if we could see how black the Earth is these days. It wasn’t always the case.
I moved house this summer from my much Reiki’d home to one where no one did any Reiki. The first thing I noticed was the absence of birds. People who regularly practice their Reiki tend to have a lot of birds in their gardens, with a wide variety of species. In the last two months I have continued to practice my Reiki, and have given some treatments in the wooden building at the end of the garden. When I look now to the house there is the light of Reiki in the house, with the light spreading to the garden. The birds can see this and are beginning to fill up the trees and bushes.
Imagine a blanket of darkness everywhere and creating little spots of light with your self-treatments practiced regularly. My old house with three of us practising daily and Earth healing groups had pushed back the boundaries of darkness so we always lived in pleasant energy. My old garden was filled day and night with animals and birds, a little like a Disney movie. I had many types of elementals living there. All it takes is using the opposite of darkness to change this and change the energy of your home. Reiki is light and practicing Reiki daily in a place pushes the dark back and keeps it back. It also has the same effect on people, although sometimes our path to the light can be a bit complicated.