Lightworker Life.

Being a Light Worker is the most amazing gift I was given in this life. However, it can be a double edged sword if not carefully cared for.

As a light worker, I am extremely sensitive. Not only sensitive to energies around me, sensitive to words as well. It can be difficult for people to navigate. Some things may trigger me more than they would trigger someone who is not on the same path. It is important to find a balance between letting people know when I was hurt or upset by something, and letting things go knowing that it only brought up an issue that I need to work on within myself.

As a light worker, I am incredibly in tune with the inner-workings of other people. However, this can be rough because I might become aware of another’s feelings or emotions, before they do, or before they are ready to acknowledge them. This can be tricky to navigate; sometimes feeling “crazy” thinking a person feels one thing, but their actions show you different. I’ve learned to always trust their actions, when they’re ready for the rest, they’ll let you know.

As a light worker, I want to help and heal the world. Every last one of you. I want to help. I can help. I want to show you the way. I want to help you light up your own path. However, I have learned to acknowledge that not everyone is ready for healing. Not everyone is ready to light their own path. Some people prefer to stay stuck in their own ways, and that is something I have to live with. I can not help those who do not want help.

As a light worker, I am learning lessons every day.
As a light worker, I am working on myself every day.
As a light worker, I will help change the world.

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