Look ye both fore and astern! Are pirates of the high seas set to board this sturdy craft, me hearties?
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The other day I was walking towards a restroom in Los Angeles. A woman barred my path. She looked me in the eye and then said a disparaging thing to a woman who was walking behind me.
The first woman had a look of disdain in her eyes. It almost sounded as if she was using the word to spit at me.
I got the weird feeling that the woman meant very badly towards me … even that she might want to kill me, or that, because I contain myself sexually, she had been disappointed in an opportunity to kill me.
Could the woman behind me have been in cahoots with the woman in front of me in some way?
Those were the thoughts that ran through my mind when I saw the first woman’s look of malice. I guess you can tell, my guard went up like the flag on a frigate at sight of a corsair’s crew!
The word the woman said sounded to me like ‘Shen’ or ‘Schen’.
I looked ‘Shen’ up: That word is said to describe the light in a person’s eyes, or the spirit of a person. According to what I read, the word ‘Shen’ has to do with a person’s full embodiment or presence in the world, their Awareness within physical form. It apparently has something to do with joie de vivre as well.
I am thinking this word ‘Shen’ may have to do with what Yogi Bhajan of 3HO Organization used to refer to as the flashing Light in a teacher’s eyes?
I also looked up ‘Schen’. This is a variant of Middle English ‘Shyn’, meaning ‘shin’ (the part of the leg between the foot and the knee). That couldn’t be it, I thought.
But then Shyn is also a variant of Schyne: ‘A beam of light, or a flash of light’. That might have had something to do with the word ‘Shen’ in a way. Both definitions have to do with Light.
It seems to me both words might have to do with my Lightworker abilities? How might this be construed pejoratively, I wondered, except perhaps amongst Darkmen and Darkwomen?
Might that woman have been a Darkwoman? ARE there such people as that, I wonder? If so, how ought a Lightworker respond?
I know the movies make much of Lightmen and Lightwomen doing battle with Darkmen and Darkwomen. I feel quite differently though.
It is important for me to ‘let be’ the people who dislike the Light. It would be better to let them seek out those with whom they feel comfortable.
In love, light and joy,
This is Alice B. Clagett
I Am of the Stars!
See also: Link: “The Concept of Shen (or Spirit) in Chinese Medicine?” … https://www.yinstudio.com/blog/shen#:~:text=Finally%2C%20Shen%2C%20is%20roughly%20translated,the%20desire%20to%20live%20life. ..
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