I'd say that experience is actually being 'experienced', not just 'received'. I'm not following that almost everything is 'received'; what exactly is 'receiving' (the mind? a soul?) and more importantly, you can't receive unless something is being transmitted. And we do transmit and not just receive; this message is evidence of it. Let's take the statement 'LG is experiencing the emotion of confused anxiety'. Who or what exactly is 'receiving' this emotion? What generated it?
Count me amongst the people who is having trouble pulling together your OP and further comments into one concise and coherent idea, although you do touch on several potential interesting philosophical topics. Or maybe your idea actually is that that there is no such thing as coherency, not sure. I don't think using the words 'light' and 'dark' outside of their standard definition is helping clarify actually; I'm having trouble figuring out if you are talking about just the scientific idea of 'light' as energy, the metaphorical idea of light as 'goodness' and darkness as 'bad' or 'evil', are just using those terms as some other symbolic representation, or worse are using them interchangably.