A Walk Up Beacon Hill

During this period of uncertainty, there is great benefit to be had in taking a walk out of the town and city, and heading up to Beacon Hill.

Beacon Hill is the place above the fog. Being above the fog allows you to see things as they are, and not be subject to the overbearing range of fog psychologies and fears.

From the top of Beacon Hill, you can see a whole range of light and lights, that are fundamental to staying ‘switched on’.

The first light that is visible is Glow. Glow provides light to all the other lights.

The keepers and maintainers of Glow are on permanent watch to ensure the Glowing light remains lit. Keeping the Glow Glowing is their mantra. For Glow brings warmth, kindness and generosity.

When Glow is present, there is a greater feeling of well-being. Spending a few minutes gazing at the Glow is settling and reassuring. As it connects us into our own Glow.

As we move our gaze to the left, there is a clear view into the valleys of Soft Light. Here the light gently caresses the flora and fauna life. Things feel undisturbed and calm. As they have done here over the centuries. It is an oasis and place of tranquility.

It’s a place of respite from the throbbing milieu. The Soft Light is a healing balm and easement. Stresses start to melt away, as do anxieties and worries.

It carries the feeling that all will be well, and reminds us that calmness is a great antidote to overbearing worry.

Moving over to our right is Sparkling Hill. The streams running down the hill are fresh and silvery, and are very cleansing and purifying.

The people who live on the Sparking Hill are dancing as they do every morning, as dance is their way of maintaining a state of happiness and joy.

The motto of the Sparkling people is, “How alive is it possible to feel whilst being alive!”.

It’s inspiring and uplifting to watch them dance. For to dance is to give all of our systems a chance to express themselves and be free of constraint.

Nearby to the Sparkling Hill are the Glistening pools. People have come to bathe here for many years.

The pools offer deep healing, and bring you into a feeling of being closer to yourself. More harmony, less dispersion.

It causes you to feel that whatever is happening in the world, the most important thing is how you are with yourself.

It allows you to start to listen to yourself, which is very important in a time of change. So that you stay closer to what is happening on the inside, not the outside.

And finally on this short morning trip up Beacon Hill, we can see over to the Vale of Brightness. The light is so clear here. It’s good to gaze at this light, as it clears the head and the mental faculties.

This Bright Light carries optimism and a sense that the future is in one’s own hands, not in others’.

Spending time with the Bright Light allows it to soak into the cells and create uplift, lucidity and a spring in your step. It allows you to make your own mind up about things, and work things out for yourself.

So the day is moving on, and it’s time to come down from Beacon Hill.

Know that you can take this walk anytime to escape and rise above the fog, and tune into the living lights, which are fundamental for our growth and development.

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Climbing Beacon Hill

During any period of uncertainty or unsettlement there is great benefit to be had in taking a walk out of the town and city, and heading for the hills.

In this instance to the 23 Hills. For the 23 Hills represent each of the 23 Lights.

Beacon Hill

The highest point of the 23 Hills is Beacon Hill. From the summit of Beacon Hill, you can see all the other 22 hills.

This perspective is important, to prevent shadow lights such as gloom and fog holding sway.

Glow

From the top of Beacon Hill, there is an excellent view of Glow. Glow provides light to all the other lights.

And the keepers and maintainers of Glow are on permanent watch to ensure the Glowing light remains lit. Keeping the Glow Glowing is their mantra.

The Valleys of Soft Light

Also from Beacon Hill, there is a clear view into the valleys of Soft Light. Here the light gently caresses the flora and fauna life.

Things feel undisturbed and calm. As it has been here over the centuries.

An oasis and place of tranquility. It’s a place of respite from the throbbing milieu.

Sparkling Hill

Moving over to our right is Sparkling Hill. The streams running down the hill are fresh and silvery, and are very cleansing and purifying.

The people who live on this hill are dancing as they do every morning, as dance is their way of maintaining a state of happiness and joy.

Glisten’s Pools

Nearby to the Sparkling Hill is Glisten. Glisten is famous for its restful pools. People have come to bathe here for many years.

The pools offer deep healing, and take away stresses and anxieties. They bring you into a feeling of being closer to yourself. More harmony, less dispersion.

It causes you to feel that whatever is happening in the world, the most important thing is how you are with yourself.

The Hill Of Brightness

And finally, on this short morning trip up Beacon Hill, we can see over to the Hill of Brightness. The light is so clear here. It’s good to gaze at this light, as it clears the head and mental faculties.

This Bright Light brings with it a feeling that all will be well, and carries optimism and a sense that the future is in one’s own hands, not others’.

Spending time with the Bright Light allows it to soak into the cells and create uplift, lucidity and a spring in your step.

Rise Above The Fog

So the day is moving on, and it’s time to come down from Beacon Hill. Know that you can take this walk anytime to escape, rise above the fog, and see the Lights as they are meant to be.

Amnesty International – Where Is The Beacon Light?

A review into workplace culture, has discovered there is a toxic working environment at the human rights champion Amnesty International. Reports of bullying, humiliation and other abuses of power appear widespread.

An US v THEM culture is reported to exist, with lack of trust in senior management.

The declared vision of Amnesty international is ‘A world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards’.

So you have a profound contradiction at play, between the intent of Amnesty, and the reality of the internal culture.

The purpose of The Beacon Light is to provide guidance. Make sure that you are on the right path. Making decisions that match who you say you are. And the highest attainment of The Beacon is uncorruptability. Whereby your values and what you stand for can’t be compromised. But it doesn’t happen automatically. It had to be worked for. It’s testing if you ares serious about living up to who you say you are.

Amnesty are champions of human rights. Yet the abuses which they fight, appear to have become inveigled inside their own systems.

Maybe the leadership have become so outward focused that they failed to recognise that human rights begin at home. Begin with your own staff, How they are treated and made to feel.

When the beacon light is active, it’s continued surveillance picks up those things which don’t feel right. Raises them as concerns before they gain a foothold as established behaviours.

But someone in the organisation has to uphold the Beacon Light role. Be the champion of living up to who we say we are. Upholding the motto of ‘who we are on the outside, begins on the inside’.

When you are passionately fighting the wrongs of this world, you have to make sure that you don’t become the very thing you are standing against. Amnesty appear to have lost sight of this.