Are you a lightworker, healer, empath or starseed? If so, you probably know that you are here now for a reason. Part of your purpose is to be the light for others who are finding their way.
You know that quote about finding the helpers? Your light and your frequency will help those who need you, find you.
This does not mean you must resemble the Dalai Lama or Mother Teresa. No, to be a pillar of light in this ascension timeline is to be authentically you. To make decisions and live your life based on your genuine happiness and joy, free from trauma, manipulation, and conditioning.
Being the Light
When I read that article last month, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about it here. Let's unpack the quote, and then if you feel inspired, click on the link to go read the rest of the article.
According to the quote and article, your most important purpose is to be the light, and that means...
(1) Being authentically you
(2) Live your life based on happiness & joy
(3) Dedicate yourself to healing & letting go of the impact of trauma, manipulation and conditioning.
This week, we'll take a look at each of these three ideas, but today, let's talk about being dedicated to healing.
Well, if there's one thing I know about lightworkers, etc., is that we are dedicated to our own healing! But if you don't have a daily spiritual practice that includes healing & clearing techniques, I recommend creating one and sticking to it.
We agreed to go first, so that we can help the others.
And it wasn't until I started having a daily spiritual morning routine that I began to feel like I was making progress when it comes to healing, ascension, and letting go of all that is not me.
Though I know intellectually, that I don't have to be Mother Teresa, and I'm sure you know that, too, you probably feel the same pressure to hurry up and heal more that I do.
But the truth is, what we need to do is slow down. And raise our frequency while doing things that light us up.
We do need to pay attention to areas in our life where we might be acting out of trauma, or being manipulated, or reacting to conditioning. And then we can clear that, set boundaries, and go back to joy.
The truth is, I am still working on that last part. I am aggressive about finding things to heal.
And when I think about being some kind of leader, for people who need one, there's an internal voice that snorts and tells me I have a lot of work to do.
But surprisingly, it's actually when we are being ourselves and loving our life that people will be most drawn to us, and they are likely to forgive us for not having it all together. Hard to believe sometimes, because there's still healing to do, but it's true.
So do what I say, not what I'm still trying not to do.
Devote time every day to healing, and spiritual growth, BUT ALSO devote plenty of time to the things you love, that make you happy, that light you up.
Love you guys!