on Sep. 21, 2012

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on Sep. 21, 2012

Light Therapy gets its name from its origin. Light Therapy mixes elements of massage therapy with the laying on of hands while praying for an individual for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. It is a simple laying on of hands to impart peace/stillness, healing, and virtuous light; resulting in a feeling of stillness, euphoria and a profound sense of God.

While the recipient is laying on a massage table nude, they relax into a lucid prayerful, as well as, vulnerable state. The administer prays for the recipient from head to toe, both front and back. Unlike massage therapy, there is no muscle manipulation or rubbing. Hands are laid still on the person’s body with a gentle touch until the administer intuitively senses it is time to move their hands to the next place.

It is known that the physical body holds memories and traumatic responses which are tied to the memory of the spirit/subconscious mind. That is the place where memory, pain and trauma are stored and blocked from acknowledgment. When light is being imparted, while the body and soul are in a euphoric state of peace, it illuminates the memories. While the mind and body are in this relaxed and peaceful state fears and guards are dropped. The illuminating light results in both the recipient and administer seeing visions and past memories of past trauma while those painful memories are soothed by the impartation. By the power of God’s Spirit the overwhelming pent up spiritual energy (feelings) and emotions pass through the administer while they are in their prayerful state leaving the recipient free of the power behind their traumas and wounds. This results in several things, most importantly freedom, a life long weight off the shoulders, or as we say, “bricks out of your backpack.”

Afterwards, when moved on to the dialogue portion of the appointment the administer helps the recipient do two things.
1) acknowledge the memories and traumas which altered their personality in a negative or destructive way. They do this by exploring things which were revealed in the prayer session
2) guide them through a way to embrace and understand the past experiences in a constructive freeing spiritual way.
This can result in an ability to forgive; an ability to face one’s darkest fears, and demons; deliverance; the breaking of inner-vows; and a clarity that allows one to let go of control, rely on God, and have meaningful repentative experiences (a changing of your views and purposes to allow the will of God in your inner man instead of rejecting it).

It is important to point out a couple of things. Every Light Therapy session does not include praying on the entire body or praying while nude. It is still considered Light Therapy when we have dialogue/spiritual direction and pray for the person while clothed, or only laying hands on the back or shoulders or while holding the individual’s hands. How a person is prayed for depends on the needs, how God is leading the individual to be prayed for, and the comfort level of the individual. When nudity is used in Light Therapy sessions it is used as a way to desexualize nudity; overcome body image issues; and to create a vulnerability that is conducive to causing the individual to open up emotionally, facing their issues and fears.

In addition, when someone is receiving prayer on their nude body it doesn’t always happen at every session. This is because many of the effects that come from receiving Light Therapy require experiential change (to experience real life in the world with a different outlook) before they take root and before it is time to move on letting spiritual light expose other issues.

As well, those beginning Light Therapy don’t often start out having this type of prayer in the beginning because of the fears, traumas, false moralities, tactile defensiveness, body image and modesty issues that they want freedom from. In these cases we are clear with the recipient during their orientation where the sessions will eventually lead. However, measures or steps leading up to being able to receive Light Therapy prayer are always done at the speed and acceptance of the recipient’s comfort level.

A key aspect of Light Therapy is its approach. In all cases, it helps recipients make internal adjustments in order to be at peace with people and their circumstances both past and present. It guides them to learn how to be content, even joyful within their “garden” — not outside of what God has destined them to have in life. It doesn’t afford for people to continue being under the delusion that if we just have the perfect circumstances and people treat us in just a certain way, then we can be happy and at peace.

on Sep. 20, 2012

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on Sep. 20, 2012
on Sep. 20, 2012

The Song He’s Singing

Colleen Livingston

Crackle neath the shutter
Hear the mutter distant cry;
A song I sing for you my love
A sweet song lullaby.

Bye, bye baby rocking forth
The porch outside is dry;
Do you hear the song I’m singing you?
A sweet song lullaby?

Herds of buffalo parade the fields
Storming loud they run the race;
Trampling the herds have fallen
Cracked the Earth is empty dry.

Have you heard the song I’m singing you?
A distant lullaby?

I’ve knocked the door is empty
When I’ve called you turned away;
How I wish you would have known Me
On that Great and Terrible Day.

Knocking, knocking at the door
Awake! The door I’m knocking!
The time has come my lowly ones
Her smell and filth is shocking.

Come out of her, my lowly ones
Her dinge is dark and grey;
She thinks she has it all but now
Her fame shall fall away.

Awake o’lowly sleepers
Hear me singing in the night;
A distant song of peace to know
You’ll find me in the light.

A day has come, a day shall pass
A day is coming near;
My people who are called by Me
Will listen to me, hear.

Goodbye I hear a distant cry
Goodbye the ones who chose to die;
Hello the ones a song I sing
A sweet song lullaby.

Certain things are meant to last
The love I have is all for you;
This moment I have waited long
Is now for us to share as two.

The Bride and Groom are marching
Now paraded all in glory;
The Son of Man shall be revealed
The Final End of Story!

A lamp is burning in the night
A light is shining here for you;
Grab hold of all you have inside
Grab hold of what is true.

Striking hour cast of midnight
Did you hear the distant cry?
This hour it has come upon us
To hear the ancient cry.

All must come to pass as spoken
Deep beyond the distant blue;
This hour it must come upon us
To prove inside we are true.

To stand with you on that Great Day
Is all I want to do;
Just show me Lord the way to go
This day and all things through.

I march with you a song I sing
The saints are marching too;
A sweet song you have sung to us
Our lives we give to You.

Your body we will be this hour
No matter what the cost;
Counting all that once was gain
We see it all as loss.

Do you hear Him in the distance?
Do you hear His distant cry?
He’s singing us a song this hour
A sweet song lullaby.

on Sep. 19, 2012

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