For today, just be. Stand in your light, and just be. You don’t have to do any “special” or “extraordinary”. Just be.
This is the challenge for many light workers. They keep asking “What is my mission? What should I be doing?”. Especially the second wavers. They are aware of their light, and seeking ways to put it into service. They think that if they truly are a light worker, then they should be actively serving. And so they come up with all sorts of ways to exert their energies just so they can feel like they are doing something. But often times, their exertions lead them no where and never truly manifest into the greatness they were hoping for. So then they get discouraged and frustrated.
They just can’t seem to understand that all they need to do is just be. They anchor large amounts of light to the planet. Their light shifts and changes the frequency of everything around them. A quick conversation with someone can activate huge downloads in them. Simply being near a stranger gives your soul a chance to talk to and help their soul.
You were not meant to come here and struggle, that wasn’t the deal. Yes, there were lessons you had to learn, and you could make those lessons as hard or as easy as you’d like. But all that is being asked of you is to stand in your light. Enjoy the richness of experiences this planet and physical body has to offer, while the light of your beingness does the work for you.
Yes, there are those with different contracts who are filled with a relentless passion to save the whales, rainforest, water supply... you name it. This is their job, not yours. Feed your passions, chase your dreams; but don’t try to fit into another person’s mission.
The light house serves one purpose only- to shine its light. No one accuses the light house of slacking because it’s not also feeding the homeless. It is doing it’s job by just being.
The greatest thing you can do for yourself is get to know your light. The greatest thing you can do for the planet is to continue to shine your light.
Written by: Elizabeth DiPace
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