From Darkness to Light Day 24 by Brittny

Heartbroken Happiness by Brittny of Sincerely Brittny   In October of 2017, my world was shaken up. While I knew things weren’t going great, I was under the impression that things would get better if I just rode it out and stayed in prayer. Unfortunately, this just wasn’t the case. The delusion that I had …

From Darkness to Light Day 10 by Linda Lee Lyberg

The Last Call by Linda Lee Lyberg of Charmed Chaos   Death collects its ransom from the living. February 18,1994. 3AM. The phone beside my bed is ringing. Nothing good ever comes from a call at 3AM and this one is no different. Forcing myself from slumber, I answer. Screaming and yelling on the other …

From Darkness to Light Day 6 by Arifa Sidhpurwala

This is Me… A derivative of darkness by Arifa Sidhpurwala of An Aspirers Confessions   We may be miles apart, but we live in the same world. Our lives may be different, but somewhere, sometime, somehow our experiences are alike. We all have our own little story that has led us into today. These stories …

Finding Light in the Darkness

Somewhere along the way, The Seeker’s Dungeon turned into a yes-the-world-is-fucked-up-but-there’s-a-light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel blog. When I started out, I mostly wrote boy-it-sure-is-dark-down-here articles. As the blog grew, I developed a need to be ok with the darkness. I needed a reason for the darkness. It couldn’t just be that it’s damn dark in dungeons. No it had …

Walking With Intention Day 23 by Abbie of Sidereal Catalyst

Quiet Steps of Intention by Abbie of Sidereal Catalyst   Knowing how you fit in this world, knowing without question that your time on planet earth is meaningful, living as though your life’s quest is to fulfill the purpose for which you are here and walking through life with the dignity of that knowledge feeding your strength, …

Dungeon Prompts: Overcoming Ourselves

This week’s prompt is:  Overcoming Ourselves  “It’s not all bad. Heightened self-consciousness, apartness, an inability to join in, physical shame and self-loathing—they are not all bad. Those devils have been my angels. Without them I would never have disappeared into language, literature, the mind, laughter and all the mad intensities that made and unmade me.” …