I was held hostage by my fears for most of my life. My biggest fear was that it wasn’t okay to be who I was. Shedding that fear meant stepping into the truth of who I am, a place of tremendous power, as it is for everyone. The more I let go of who I wasn’t – the lies, the masks, the stories that covered up the real me, the more energy I had available, and the more I could see who I truly was, a sensitive person who wanted to heal the world. What some might call a lightworker.
The challenge most lightworkers face is that we walk around wide open to the energies around us, many of which are incredibly harsh. Those societal messages that shape our interactions with babies, children, adolescents, adults and the elderly are pretty awful. If you think about it, we’re all subjected to really harmful thoughtforms at every stage of our lives. When we’re young, we mistake those messages for truth. As we grow and evolve we have access to deeper truths. Accessing those truths is a step where most find a theory to match their belief system. Actively working to shed the old beliefs that are blocking their entry into our reality is the experiential step where many stumble.
Helping people to bridge the gap between knowing and being is my passion. As you step into the truth of who you are, the fiction to which you held tight fades away, a distant reality not much different from a nightmare. There is no need to hide. There is no need to lie about who you are. There is no need to live out someone else’s idea of who you should be. These are all hallelujah messages that can shift you from living your old nightmare into waking up in the reality of your dreams.