Good Friday

Most of the people who know me closer, know, that this day is a very special day to me.

A day that reminds me of the original pain. And at the same time, it’s a remembrance of the Truth. Everlasting Love.

No, I don’t read the bible nor would I ever describe me as a Christian as I cannot identify myself with the common associations of this religion.

The man, who is today known under the name Jesus, nevertheless is very close to my heart.
As a role model. A teacher. An inspirator. A human being, who remembered his true nature and who spread the Truth into the world by just being aware and himself.

And on Good Friday it might look like the dark triumphed over the light. Apparently. And this totally doesn’t represent our common belief of the heroes journey, where the Good always has to win over the bad.
– An event, which obviously shows, that the sharing of your own Truth will be punished with an excruciating death.

But this story doesn’t end at the cross – nor will it ever end at the cross.

EasterTime is the time of duality.

The time, in which the light seems to shine even brighter in contrast of the deep dark shadows.

Every one of us is free to choose where he or she wants to stand. On the side of fear. Or Love.
And each and every one of us gets to realize, that we cannot banish darkness with ignorance or condemnation. It is part of this world we’re living in. It’s part of being human.

The shadow is, what makes the light visible and allows us to draw our sword of Truth and to make the wise decisions.

Jesus conquered death {fear/pain}. As we all conquer it when we are ready to stand in the fire of life and to face the pain, the fear, and our shadows.

Truth is, we are nothing but Love. And with the harsh opposition of the shadow, we get able to recognize our real nature: with the support of self-compassion and the backing of the courage to look into our own darkness. To endure. To surrender. Accept.

Kathleen McGowan writes in her book, “The Expected One“:

“It was as if Easa read the thoughts of Pontius Pilate.  He replied in a whisper, “I cannot make this easier for you.  Our destinies were chosen for us, but you must choose your own master.”

 

And? Which master do you choose?

Fear or trust? Love?

Amor Vincit Omnia. Semper.

 

I’m wishing you a blessed Easter season.

To the light!

[sacramento]Priska xxx[/sacramento]

Priska Baumann Jerusalem

More pictures from my journey to Jerusalem in 2012 can be found HERE

 

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