Starseed, Walk-in and Lightworker Series: Lightworker Challenges
By Jelaila Starr
written November 10, 2009
The Mission Remembered
Whether it’s a dream, a crisis of faith, or a book, innocently offered by a friend that creates the awakening, the Lightworker finds him/herself forever changed. It can
happen in an instant, as if a door closes in their life, never to be reopened, never allowing them to go back. Deeply ingrained beliefs are shattered one by one as he/she
begins his/her search, urged on by some unseen yet intense need for truth. Like Dorothy in the Wizard of OZ, standing in front of the curtain,
afraid yet determined to know the truth, the Lightworker pulls back the curtain only to discover the illusion that is our world.
As explained in my first article, Starseeds, Walk-ins and Lightworkers, a lightworker is anyone, including a starseed or walk-in, that begins the
Spiritual path. I define the Spiritual path as the part of ascension that includes learning about metaphysical basics. Basics include the
exploration of angels, rocks, crystals, tarot, reincarnation, alternative healing and the like. Teachings include, but are not limited to, those by
Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Barbara Brennan, Doreen Virtue and Byron Katie. Many lightworkers tell me that they feel
they are taking a crash course, learning just enough to understand but not necessarily delving far enough into any one thing to be an expert the
Lightworker moves quickly from one subject to another, hungry for knowledge. The Lightworker quickly amasses a small library, much to the
gratitude of the local new age bookstore. (smile)
Having counseled with numerous lightworkers over 15+ years, I find that though they have many challenges, there are two that seem universal.
Those are the two I’ll explore in this article.
Learning the lessons of integration
Before the Lightworker completes their time on the Spiritual path they will usually be introduced the idea of Light and Dark. Since most have begun
their path with a foundation in fundamental religion, they will unconsciously confuse integration with polarization. In other words,
instead of interpreting integration as the blending two opposites, i.e. Light and Dark, they will choose one over the other. This choice
manifests as loving the Light and eschewing the Dark. In time the consequences of this choice become obvious; money dries up while
health and relationship issues increase. In time they will hit the wall, so to speak. It isn’t until that occurs that the Lightworker learns the
lessons of integration and straighten out their lives.
Feeling misunderstood by family and friends
Speaking of integration lessons, one of the most challenging is learning how to maintain relationships with family members and friends when one’s
beliefs are evolving. Moreover, when one has been trained in the fundamental religious belief that we must convert others to the truth for
their own good, we only add fuel to the fire. Acting out of love and concern we have yet to realize that enlightenment is our journey, not
theirs. Trying to bring them along with us does not honor their life’s path. We fail to recognize that we have changed the steps of the dance, so
to speak, without asking our loved one if they are okay with that change. No wonder they angrily dismiss our views and openly ridicule. We don’t
see that we have done the same, though inwardly. Of course, we will usually blame them for not understanding us. Feeling hurt, bewildered,
and alienated we become emotionally distant, and in many cases, physically distant, too. Yet, no matter how much we advance, how
many relationships we build with those of like mind, these wound remain.
Unfortunately learning to maintain a relationship is one of the lessons
that we must experience because only through experience can we truly understand. If the lightworker continues to ask for guidance, he/she will
discover the true meaning of integration and heal these relationships. It is then that he/she will really know the meaning of being in the world but
not of it, and enjoy the love satisfaction that family and friends provide.
Stay tuned for the next installment in which I’ll explore mission training.
The Nibiruan Council
Starseed, Walk-in and Lightworker Series:
Starseeds, Walk-ins and Lightworker Descriptions
Basic Mission Training
Intermediate Mission Training
Advanced Mission Training
About the author:
Jelaila Starr, author of We are the Nibiruans, The Mission Remembered and the highly acclaimed Keys of Compassion series, is an internationally known channel, teacher, and counselor. Through her lectures, workshops
, and articles, Jelaila's message of compassion has touched the hearts of people around. Jelaila’s work inspires hope and understanding while
providing solutions to some of today’s most pressing challenges.
As a psychic/intuitive counselor, Jelaila works with individuals to assist them with emotional clearing, healing relationships, and DNA Recoding. Jelaila's unique approach enables her clients to clearly discover who they
are, what they came to do, and how to achieve it. Jelaila can be reached by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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