…and the darkness shall fade away

…and the darkness shall fade away

 

Silence is what we require.

Stillness is what we desire.

Connecting to our deepest truth,

will set us on the path of healing this Earth.

 

You are so powerful,

you hold the wisdom.

When you’ll go inward,

you’ll find the freedom.

 

Setting upon the path to seek beauty and peace,

your true self will come forward and the darkness

shall slowly fade away and finally cease.

 

It will melt away like an ice,

when the sun shines its first warm spring rays on it, 

and you will feel serene, warmer at heart

and recognise the truth this Earth has been longing for centuries.

 

Everything will make more sense then, 

you will see clearly and hear the real sound of the Earth.

Beauty that will surround you,

will be visible to all your senses,

you’ll feel fulfilled, full of light…no more pain, no more hurt.

 

You hauntingly recognise this sense of lightness,

it has been whispered to you through your soul from the beginning of your existence.

No more dismissing of this truthful voice now,

no more power given away to your controlled mind. 

 

Turning inward is liberating you from any painful lies,

and you are beginning to see the darkness slowly fading away,

and finding the true freedom in this beautiful gift, which is your human life.

~ Jana Prackova

Jana Prackova

Jana Prackova is the founder of Mystic Butterfly® ~ a guide to your true self, writer, traveller and a spiritual life coach. She loves inspiring people and her mission is teaching others how to reach their true potential by connecting with their spiritual side. In her spare time, she flies aeroplanes, writes music and loves exploring the mysteries of the Universe. Jana has been featured in the LOOP flying magazine and The Flight School Times and inspired many aspiring pilots worldwide to follow their dreams. She is the author of Mystic Butterfly ~a guide to your true self, which came out on the 18th January 2019.

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