From TSL Encyclopedia

Light may refer to:

1. (sometimes capitalized): The consciousness of God or his Christ.

2. (lowercase): The radiance, aura or energy field which results from that consciousness when it is self-realized in the sons and daughters of God and the heavenly hosts. The one is Cause the other is effect. As the sunbeam is to the Sun so is the light to the Light.

Spiritual light is the energy of God, the potential of the Christ. As the personification of Spirit, the term “Light” can be used synonymously with the terms “God” and “Christ.” As the essence of Spirit it is synonymous with “sacred fire.” It is the emanation of the Great Central Sun and the individualized I AM Presence—and the Source of all life. It is that which kindles the divine spark, for the true Light lights every manifestation of God who must descend into a darkened world.[1]

The Light/light of the Great Central Sun is both the light-emanation of the physical sun center of the cosmos and the Light-emanation of the God/Christ/Buddhic consciousness. It is light in the physical sense of energy/electricity/lightning and Light in the sense of the God Presence, Christ Presence and the Buddhic Presence. For the most part, in the Matter universe, Light always contains light but light does not always contain Light.

The Lightbearer is the dispeller of Darkness and the Light of his I AM Presence is from the realms of the Eternal Day.

See also



Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 32, no. 28, July 9, 1989.

Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 34, no. 64, December 8, 1991.

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation

  1. John 1:7–9.