CHARACTERISTICS OF A LIGHTWORKER!
I thought after all I written and said about what is a lightworker? How would you know that person is one? What would he do? What would he say? What actions does a person take to make him a lightworker and what actions does he do to say this person is not a lightworker? Here is a list of characteristics that you can tell if a person is or is not a lighworker.
1. Lightworkers are usually viewed as eccentric.
They don’t tryto be unconventional, but their broader understanding of life and their burning desire to know more pushes them to explore and experience different philosophies, cultures, and religious values.
2. Lightworkers understand the value of conscious awareness.
They work constantly to increase their understanding of and compassion for all living things, and to generate positive energy.
3. Lightworkers are exceptionally healthy.
and seldom use either prescription or OTC medications. With an innate ability to sense energy fields, the Lightworker naturally gravitates toward nutritious food, natural healing methods, and a beneficial lifestyle. Artificial ingredients alter the body’s chemistry in a way that causes Lightworkers to feel foggy, out of tune with themselves, and may even make them physically ill.
4. Lightworkers are most comfortable when surrounded by nature.
Many live in rural areas and on farms, but city-dwelling Lightworkers will fill their homes with live plants and will spend as much time as possible in nearby parks or other natural settings.
5. Lightworkers translate their beliefs into action.
Some Lightworkers have careers in the helping professions, but whatever the job, you can spot the Lightworker – s/he’s the extra helpful store clerk or the always-genial delivery person. In addition, Lightworkers are all actively involved with organizations that promote peace, healing, environmental sustainability, and human rights.
6. Lightworkers avoid the limelight.
The mission is of utmost importance to Lightworkers, and they are not comfortable with the notion that a single person (especially themselves) should be singled out for praise. These are the people who work long hours to complete a project, then insist that the success of that project was a team effort – whether or not the “team” participated.
7. Lightworkers instinctively incorporate their soul work into all aspects of their lives.
They live their beliefs. For example, Lightworkers extend kindness and compassion to beings that others shun, and avoid involvement in any endeavor that may be harmful or hurtful to others.
8. Lightworkers live simply.
Material possessions have little value to them. They are affected by the energy that emanates from everything, including seemingly inanimate objects. An excess of possessions means an excess of conflicting energies, which causes Lightworkers to feel overwhelmed and spiritually smothered. Consequently, their homes often appear Spartan and they struggle to keep their lives free of complications.
9. Lightworkers are averse to conflict.
Instinctively able to recognize that every opinion is valid within the experience of the holder, Lightworkers know that opinions are never changed through argument, coercion, or violence. Rather than expend energy on pointless debate, Lightworkers will walk away and allow the other person space and time in which to grow in understanding.
10. Lightworkers adhere to the practice of non-harming.
They are attuned to universal energy; they sense the connection of animals, plants, elements, and the Earth to themselves. Lightworkers know that inflicting injury on another being harms the Lightworker, as well.
I'm sure you can add a couple more to the list. So what do you think? What actions do you see that would make one a lightworker and what actions do you see that would not make one a lightworker?
Please note that claiming your a lightworker and if you have to announce yourself that your a lightworker, does not make you a lightworker.
Making post after post and repling to your own posts does not make you a lightworker.
Attacking someone, attempts to manipulate people does not make you a lightworker.
Ploting scheme after scheme in an attempt to harm another, not only does not make you a lightworker, but you do not have the Christ Consciousness within you.
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Clearly this discussion was created with me in mind.
So I will participate.
actually Daryl, I will walk away.
I won't kick a man when he's down.
Try kicking me.
You'll meet the Creator in less than 5 seconds.
I love you OrionWarrior.
Why would I even consider it?
I AM exercising my God given right to express myself freely.
And you have shown who you truly are quite clearly. There is no further need of your comments. So for a second time, as owner of this discussion, you are not involved in this post, as your attempts to hijack this post, your manipulative comments, devious mind and lower spirit is plainly seen by all.
Actually Jana, I had already told Peter K. that I would post his deeds here. Which is why I sent you the comment. This was not it, as Peter K. injected himself into my post and tried to turn it. This was to show what some of the characteristics of a lightworker, or how to spot one or how spot what one is not. From his previous actions, as stated earlier, Peter K. inwardly knew he wasn't as he revealed himself in this statement when I asked him to leave:
"No. Clearly this discussion was created with me in mind. So I will participate."
He knew once I post his actions, he would not be viewed as the person he perceives to be. But he done a good enough job here. I got to thank him for it. Now I don't have to waste my time on posting another one on him.
By the way, when I told Peter K. I was going to tell the AC community about him, he afterwards, started making posts after posts in order to attract people to him. Even making replies to himself when no one would answer his posts in order to look popular and gain attention. And with replies from Feather Winger to help him out, his followers started growing. (Side note...Number 6. Lightworkers avoids the limelight.) And then used his knowledge to further entice people to him. Giving the devil his due.
Again, the comment I sent you, Peter K. already knew a long time ago. I told him. And this wasn't even it.
Funny how things work out.
Thanks for your comments, Kelly!!! And how very insightful of you! It was a ongoing battle that started at Greg Giles blog site and now spilled into the Ashtar Command community, with Peter K. following me here.
I am sorry for all the damage and trouble Peter K. and I caused during this confrontation. Our differences should not involve other people or their posts.
I apologize to the entire AC community for our actions. Please forgive us and I am truly sorry for any one being caught up in our feud. This was between the two of us and no one else.