When you start on a spiritual journey you have no idea where you're going. You're not even sure you're really on the path. And if you think you're on the path, you assume it's not the right one.
When I first realized I was on my spiritual path I was so unsure of what that even meant. What was a lightworker and what exactly did they do? I had no idea. And even after several years of "actively" being on my path, I still didn't realize what my "job" as a lightworker even entailed.
My ego kicked in at first and I thought I was "special" because I was carrying all this light and was somehow the only one on this special mission. It would take several more years of soul healing for me to realize what the true job description of a lightworker really was.
How do you walk into a room and instantly either make people feel better or worse just because of your own mood. How can you actually project your feelings onto others and influence them to feel a certain way. How do you "work with energy" in a safe and respectable way for yourself and others. These are some of the things I learned, and it's exciting work if you can come to an understanding of what you've been signed up for.
Because if you think you're a lightworker than you ARE. You signed yourself up for this job before you came into this lifetime.
I realized I had a huge responsibility. I take my work very seriously. I understand that my words can be a light saber for good or not so good. Do I want to uplift, empower, and light you up with love. Or do I want to bring you down, make you feel like crap, and disempower you. Because both are equally possible.
And because I understand this and know how to work with my energy in these ways, I become indescribably more powerful than the average human who doesn't understand these concepts. I AM POWERFUL and because I realize this I am very discerning and respectable with how I use that power. I choose to be the LIGHT. I choose to use my sacred heart to spread the LOVE.
What do you choose?
LESSON #2 - I chose to use my power wisely and with discernment.