What is a Lightworker?

3 Oracles eMarket What is a Lightworker

Many of my friends, colleagues, and I call ourselves Lightworkers, and people ask us: “what is a Lightworker?”

I am not sure who coined the phrase, but Doreen Virtue, author of the book “The Lightworker’s Way” defined it better than anyone else I have heard define it. In the preface of her book she says “Lightworkers are those who volunteered, before birth, to help the planet and its population heal from the effects of fear. Each Lightworker is here for a sacred purpose . . . everywhere on the planet right now, Lightworkers are awakening to walk along their paths of healing. They hear an inner calling that cannot be ignored. You are a Lightworker if you feel called to heal others; want to resolve the world’s social and environmental problems; believe that spiritual methods can heal any situation; feel compelled to write, teach, or counsel others; and know that you are here for a higher purpose, even if you are unsure what it is or how to fulfill it.”

That is a big definition. Does this definition speak to you? Do you feel this way? Do you think you might be a Lightworker?

I would love to hear your stories about “walking into your Lightworker experience.” Feel free to contact me about them.

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  1. I am just beginning to walk the path of paying attention to my higher purpose and the things that often go along with living in a more mindful way, Your site is interesting, I am researching for a customer what the meaning of dead birds appearing ..one through a window completely (large morning dove) and one got entangled in a basketball hoop. I buried them for her and repaired the glass.
    Curious as to whom the message may be for . Thanks for your insight.

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