This post is a lesson on what you could be missing out of, by monitoring your thoughts to stay out of the shadow. The scarier books of Steven King, or even a well made horror movie, are tools for seeing the shadows in its darkest forms.
There are Lightworker’s who would be tempted to think that those who write or read/watch such fear are lowering their vibration. Yet, what they are doing is facing fear head on, in a safe environment. A horror, in its most artistic forms, can pull up deep hidden fears, and give them a symbol to focus on.
In the end, after the reader/viewer has dealt with the fear, they find themselves of a higher vibration then they could ever be by hiding away.
There is another essential element to horror. The compassion the reader/viewer feels. It isn’t wasted, but goes out into the collective to be felt by those in the moments when their life is most like a horror movie.
It is a while yet, until Halloween, a time of year where I am often tempted to watch something scary. Frankly, I am a wimp when it comes to horror movies, often thinking about them for years after watching them. I cannot guess how many times late at night, my mind wondered to the ring, and I had to face that fear once again.
Tip to those who have a symbol like the little girl from the Ring to deal with: Have you ever tired mentally projecting yourself as hugging that little girl, and saying, “I Love You.” And not just faking it, but really feeling the Love flow through you? I actually did that in a dream once, and afterwards I realized it might be the most effective way to deal with symbols of fear.
Matt Kahn might suggest the words, “I respect your power.” In his latest youtube video on the Shadow.