Lightworker is a term now used for souls who consciously awaken to what is happening in our planet. It describes the “empath” who is deeply connected to raising conscious awareness…

5 Things That Happen When You’re A Lightworker

5 Things That Happen When You’re A Lightworker

Lightworker is a term now used for souls who consciously awaken to what is happening in our planet. It describes the “empath” who is deeply connected to raising conscious awareness among others. These are the warriors of light who take spirituality to new heights. The following are five things that begin to happen when you accept your place as a lightworker in this world.

5 Things That Happen When You’re A Lightworker

1. You begin to notice that you don’t fit in any type of class or group.

The feeling of being misunderstood is magnified. You don’t feel “of this world” and there is a need to “return home.” The things that were once easily tolerated are no longer. Lightworkers have very little interest in the media and what other people buy into as “normal.” Spirituality becomes a way of life and there is no need to partake in any one religion or philosophy.

Release the need to be upset with others. Remember that anytime you’re filled with resentment, you’re turning the controls of your emotional life over to others to manipulate.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer

2. You are empathetic and compassionate.

As a lightworker, you are attracted to animals, children, elderly folks and nature. You begin to relate to those beings who society has labeled as having mental illness or disorders. You’d rather sit with a homeless person than in a high social event. You are naturally kind and there is never a need for anyone to reciprocate. You are content with just helping those who need help. Touch and words carry a comforting vibration that is passed on to others. You recognize that healing comes from the heart.

Be an earth angel, and look for love behind the actions of everyone you meet today. Whenever you look for love, you will always find it.” – Doreen Virtue

 3. You begin to feel things without anyone telling you.

Words no longer hold weight on their own. You feel deeply and you crave space for prayer, contemplation and meditation. You are moved to tears on a drop of a hat. You also find that you cannot be in crowded places because you are well aware of energy and frequencies. You begin to read and feel others without the exchange of communication. Lightworkers tend to need seclusion and alone time to recharge their energies as they take on the vibrations of those around them.

Exploring who you are at a deeper level than your everyday thoughts is the true definition of meditation.” – Deepak Chopra

4. People come and tell you their problems and stories all the time.

Lightworkers have an invisible thread to others. They have an open heart that is felt strongly; therefore, people share secrets, problems, and personal stories. Usually when they are finished, they will comment on how they’ve never shared these things with anyone before. Lightworkers are always being exposed to the problems of those around them without judgment. They have the ability to listen and guide others through difficult moments while navigating with divine wisdom.

Empaths did not come into this world to be victims, we came to be warriors. Be Brave. Stay Strong. We need all hands on deck.” Anthon St. Maarten

5. Lightworkers are not afraid of death or dying.

Death becomes a transition in the stage of life. Many lightworkers have had near-death experiences, diseases, and have overcome huge obstacles in their lives. Their journey has allowed them to let go of the illusion that death is final. There is an acceptance that life is transcendent.

Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.”  – Isaac Asimov

by Power of Positivity

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Dylan is a 32-year-old surfer from California. He traveled the world, rode the waves and learned the universal concept of oneness. He is a vegan for over a decade and, literally, wouldn't hurt a fly. He was reunited with his twin soul in Greece, where they got married and settled... for now. Dylan is a staff writer for DreamcatcherReality.com and teaches surfing to children.

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