Four Things That Happen When You’re A Lightworker

energy updateLadies and gentlemen, before we start with this article, I would like to ask you a simple question – are you a lightworker, or you know someone who is? If your answer is yes, then please, show them respect and honor their gifts, because without lightworkers our planet would be much darker.

1.) You Notice That You Don’t Fit In Any Type Of Class Or Group

First of all, you’ll notice that the feeling of being misunderstood is amplified. Well yes, and you don’t feel like you belong “in this world”. You just want to return “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.

2.) You Know Things (Without Anyone Telling You)

Lightworkers, you’ll notice that 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. And yes, 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.

3.) People Tell You Their Problems And Secrets – All The Time

They have an invisible thread to others. As we said, Lightworkers have an open heart that is felt strongly, which is the main reason why 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.

4.) They’re Not Afraid Of Death Or Dying

Death becomes a transition in the stage of life for Lightworkers. And, the real truth is that 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.And, one last thing – as a lightworker, your job is to have an open heart and a deep awareness to help others transition through these ever-changing times.

Lightworkers are showing the way for everyone, they carry the torch, holding the light of this planet in balance, they have come here to help the planet shift into higher consciousness.

They are extraordinary beings and they have come here to fulfill their lightworker mission. Lightworkers carry this light within their soul to enlighten and illuminate the world. Most lightworkers are healers and how they heal things is completely up to them.

Well, some of them take on the role of teaching, energy or psychic healer, some do their work in subtle ways. When a lightworker comes into the physical world, they sometimes struggle to find their light within. Lightworkers forget their mission and purpose, often their light is put out altogether.

When their light is “on”, the lightworkers go on their journey of self discovery and try to heal them selves. But, unfortunately, when their light is “off, the lightworker beomes a darkworker and dwells in the shadow trying to find ways to start their light again. This is a very difficult procedure for lightworkers to go through, however when their light is shining bright again, they become powerful again and resume their mission.

And, one more thing – all the lightworkers have different mission! But, their primary goal is to help people through their shadows and find their light. Most lightworkers are accountable for balancing the energy of fear with the energy of love. Lightworkers are great at manifesting and most often create things with just their thoughts.

They have special unique ability to heal and make everyone feel comfortable and safe. They’re also very intuitive and have immense psychic ability! And yes, lightworkers are also very sensitive to energy. You may come across a lightworker when you go through hard times or the time of your awakening, they help people realize their purpose in life.

It’s not your job to change anyone, but to accept their choices and bring forth the Divine light. Your presence as a warrior of light is a major shift in consciousness and spiritual evolution. And, remember – you are not alone!

Throw some love into the wind.



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2 Replies to “Four Things That Happen When You’re A Lightworker”

  1. EK

    Speaking only from my own experience…
    #1 Definitely relate. I have less interest in the media now only because I learned to see it for what it has become.
    #2 Like a friend told me long time ago, I like people, I hate crowds.
    #3 Not so much.
    #4 I grew up on the notion that one is created out of thin air, having one life to live to determine solely whether that person is good or bad, and basically a crap shoot whether one goes up or down. Thinking about it, it just didn’t make sense. I have since learned one has lived many lives prior, and we chose to be here, but just don’t remember.
    Can be summed up by another friend who asked, are we spirits on a human journey, or are we humans on a spirit journey?
    For me, it has been not that I try to change anyone, but trying to get others to understand where I’m coming from, accept and respect me for that, and the most frustrating part of others changing me to suit them.
    I don’t see myself as a teacher or healer, which may not be my mission, which I’m not really sure what that is, to be honest. Others don’t open up. I only know things because I learned them, not because of intuition or gut feeling. That feeling of being stuck behind the eight ball.
    Just being a friendly, respectful, courteous, and empathetic person with a friendly, wave, smile, and hello is what I strive for, and maybe that is my mission. Although, I admit it is a challenge, because of that adage that nice guys finish last.