Understanding "Levels of Light"
Many years ago, my guides ("Higher-Dimensional Beings" who were assigned to
me to help me in my work) taught me about "Levels of Light," i.e., how much
Light or Higher consciousness a person is letting in and allowing themselves to
experience. For years, I watched different shows and performances on TV and in
movies and observed paintings in galleries and museums, intuitively measuring
performers' and artists' "Level of Light," and gathered information.
Your average person hangs out around Level of Light 5 to 10. Your
average "metaphysical" person is often around 15 to 25, since
metaphysically-oriented people are generally more comfortable being who they are
at deeper levels. When people go "beyond 46," they are getting more into their
Higher Self, that is, they allow themselves to get beyond the limits of their
ego and bring through a higher, more spiritual quality of energy.
When people perform or create works of art, if they don't get past Level of
Light 46, they're afraid to transcend and leave the ego behind. They're afraid
to let go of who they know themselves to be, in order to bring forth a Higher
expression of their true Spiritual Self. It's easier to look at entertainers to
understand this, since so many people are familiar with these particular films.
According to my research, all the great performers, whose performances were
memorable, seemed to get past Level of Light 110. Examples: Humphrey Bogart in
Casablanca: LL (Level of Light) 113, Ingrid Bergmann in the same movie: LL 118,
Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate: LL 113, Omar Sharif in Dr. Zhivago: LL 112,
Julie Christie in the same movie: LL 114, Barbara Streisand in Funny Girl: LL
114, Liam Neeson in Schindler's List: LL 113, Bruce Willis in Diehard: LL 115,
Michael Clarke Duncan in The Green Mile: LL 119, Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump and
Castaway: LL 118, and Demi Moore in Ghost: LL 114. It seems like the magic
starts to happen when a performer or artist gets past Level of Light 110.
And because of the "frequency upgrades" we've all received in the past
couple of years (I have updates about these archived in "What's New" May 23, 2000
and June 19, 2001),
performers and artists now have the opportunity to bring through an even higher
Level of Light, that is, a higher level of inspiration and upliftment, which is
a spiritual boost to us all. I am currently being guided to make my work
available to artists and performers, to help them bring through an even higher
quality of entertainment for all of us to enjoy.