You've been giving very helpful information about eye issues recently, but can you possibly also let us know the meaning of eye "sunburn" or sun damage? (It's the kind of thing that typically happens when gazing too long at the sun.)
Sensitivity to light, or the sun damage of eyes from light, indicates the following: an addiction to light.
To understand the concept of how many of the masters can become addicted to light, let's examine how it takes place by familiarizing ourselves with the following facts:
- Every protocol or body of information I've ever received on this journey, can be followed into deeper and deeper directions into infinity. It's enticing to explore answers deeper and deeper — especially once one starts to receive answers for yourself.
- New insights bring new energy and this releases endorphins that are addictive. (Seer's Note: endorphins are peptides – small proteins – that bind to opioid receptors in the central nervous system. An endorphin is a type of neurotransmitter.)
- Because the search for light (which is accessed information) is morally approved as a worthy quest, it is hard to realize that it can be as addictive as opium. Particularly because increased insight can bring increased approval from others also searching for light.
- I realized I had fallen into the trap of becoming addicted to light after the following dream. I dreamt I was looking for a particular answer in a book and as I found it, stacks of additional books just started materializing without stopping. This meant there was no end to answers for any given question. The search for definitive answers is an illusion.✶
Alice in Wonderland
What then is the benefit of receiving at least two levels of answers to a question — the one level being more advanced than the other? It enables you to advise another, who is asking you for an answer, at a level at which they are able to receive the answer. But the most important benefit of seeing that more advanced answers lie behind the most elementary answer, is that it helps you know the true meaning of not taking the "obvious" at face value.
If you follow the white rabbit down the rabbit hole (as did Alice in Wonderland) and keep chasing the ever deeper answers, you are entering an addiction: a compulsion that entices you ever deeper. This eventually leaves the usefulness of a more basic answer behind.
✶This feedback loop is deftly illuminated in A Loop of Mirrors (In the World But Not of It) ~Rogier