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Jaycee Parker and her ‘real light’

For Jaycee Parker, first light was from show business when she got discovered 13 years ago in a Regine Tolentino dance video. She would eventually join the Viva Hot Babes responsible for the hits “Bulaklak,” “Kikay” and “Basketball.”

But a few years ago, Jaycee claimed seeing “the real light” (as she herself put it) when she met her spiritual mentor, Pampanga Councilor Jericho Aguas.

JAYCEE PARKER (Photo by Borj Meneses)

JAYCEE PARKER (Photo by Borj Meneses)

“He taught me so many life principles and invited me to join him in his Kabbalah classes,” she said. “Kabbalah is an ancient wisdom that reveals how the universe and life work.

“On a literal level, the word Kabbalah means ‘to receive.’ It’s the study of how to receive fulfillment in our lives. Most of us, at some point in our life, have been overcome with the feeling that we are not as fulfilled as we could be. Paradoxically, and often, the harder we strive to achieve that fulfillment, the more it eludes us.

“When we speak about fulfillment, we don’t mean just being temporarily happy or experiencing fleeting senses of well-being. We mean connecting to the energy, and maintaining our connection to true and long-lasting fulfillment.”

According to Jaycee, he started studying Kabbalah “when he was on a very dark journey in his life.” It was then that Jericho learned about a group of people that calls itself “lightworkers.”

According to Doreen Virtue’s book titled “The Lightworker’s Way,” you are one if:

1. Feel called to heal others.

2. Want to resolve the world’s social and environmental problems.

3. Believe that spiritual methods can heal any situation.

4. Have had mystical experiences, such as psychic premonitions or angelic encounters.

5. Have endured harsh life experiences that eroded the knowledge of your Divine perfection.

6. Want to heal your own life as a first step in healing the world.

7. Feel compelled to write, teach, or counsel about your healing experiences.

8. Feel a sense of time urgency to fulfill your mission before you know that you are here for a higher purpose or even if you are unsure what it is or how to fulfill it.

Jaycee emphasized that Kabbalah is not a religion.

“Jericho and I are practicing Catholics,” she said. “(It’s just that) anybody from any religion having five out of the eight traits Doreen mentioned may be a lightworker.”

Jaycee added she wants to write a book wherein she could share the knowledge and wisdom of being a lightworker.