In Doreen Virtue's book The Lightworker's Way, Doreen describes a lightworker as "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." She goes on to say, "You are meant to be 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
- have had mystical experiences, such as psychic premonitions or angelic encounters;
- have endured harsh life experiences that eroded the knowledge of your divine perfection;
- want to heal your own life as a first step in healing the world;
- feel compelled to write, teach, or counsel about your healing experiences; and
- know that you are here for a higher purpose, even if you are unsure what it is or how to fulfill it."
In short, a lightworker is someone who feels driven to help and guide others. To enlighten them to their true spiritual purpose. To uplift the planet and her inhabitants. To bring light and love to those around us. To heal those who are suffering. To bring joy to the downtrodden. To be of service to humanity. If you have the desire to heal, have had psychic experiences of any kind, have a deep connection to mother earth, are a teacher, or feel driven to help others in any way, shape, or form, chances are you yourself are a lightworker.
This offering is part discussion group, part meditation, and part workshop and is designed for everyone on the lightworker's path. As always, we will begin with a blessing to raise our vibrations, followed by a brief circle of introductions and then discuss the first five chapters in Doreen Virtue's, The Lightworker's Way. We will close with a short meditation focused on healing our planet.
NOTE: Because of the nature of the workshop intention, it is imperative to hold the light and remain in a positive mindset!
Please join us on this wonderful journey of wisdom and love!
Our meeting is being held Tuesday, March 19th from 6:30-8:00pm.
Location is the Cheyenne library.
Please note: To be earth-friendly and energy efficient, the library sets the room temp at 67 degrees. This temp cannot be changed. If 67 degrees is uncomfortable for you, please dress warmly or bring a jacket and/or throw. Thank you!
There is a $5 workshop fee required to help us meet our expenses. Due to the higher costs to rent space for our meetings, we must require a workshop fee for all our meetings. If paying this fee presents a financial hardship, please see the instructor BEFORE the meeting. No one is ever turned away for the inability to pay, but we must hear from you before the meeting begins. For your convenience, credit card payments are available by going to PayPal.com and sending your offering to:[masked]. It is always acceptable to pay cash at the door! Please note the deadline for online payments is one hour prior to the event.