It’s been a rough couple of years. You may have thought you were a Lightworker and on the path. And then this shitstorm showed up and you’re not really sure if you even are a Lightworker. You’ve been pulled down and pulled off your path. You may have lost jobs and friends and live in a house divided. You sneeze and someone acts like you have the plague. What you thought you believed in now sounds like a fairy tale. You wonder if Satan has taken over the Earth. That pure Divine connection to God seems like a thin trickle. And your Spirit Guides? Where did they go?
All is not lost. Don’t give up and, for sure, don’t give in.
Maybe you spent a lot of time clearing up your baggage. Maybe you feel like you’ve passed your Spiritual Initiations. (They never stop, by the way. No Master ever gets a free pass.) And now it’s all gone to shit.
But it hasn’t. . .
Remember when you learned to drive a car and the day came when you got to make a solo trip? Well, this is it, kids, the Solo Drive for Lightworkers. Your Spirit Guides didn’t leave you, they LAUNCHED you. You are now one badass Lightworker and you got this. Yes, seriously. All the work, all the praying and meditation, all the study and learning, is within you. You know how to connect, you know how to clear your energy, you know how to “read” people’s energy, so your Guides don’t have to be taking care of you every minute – not that they mind and they’re still there when you need them.
And now they are asking you to take the next step on your spiritual journey: stepping into Service. It’s time to shine your light even brighter to help other Souls get onto the spiritual path. Their path, not yours. Remind them that they are a Divine Child of God, a Sovereign Soul filled with Divine Love, and capable of creating a joyful, abundant life. Maybe it is in your path to help someone create a wonderous thing that benefits many and costs nothing. Maybe you bring beauty to the world, or nurture others with healthful food. Whatever it is, ask your Guides to put you on the path of Service.
But remember, that even when you drive solo, you are never alone.