But I write because I particularly wanted to mention something to Wave Rider.
Just as you read the blog, Wave, so I also listen to your comments. We sometimes think of the encouragement and informativeness going only one way.
But I found your willingness to share your experiences and stand out from the crowd a huge boost for me (same for you, Barbara). I haven’t had experiences as deep as yours were, Wave, and when I hear lightworker accounts like yours, it adds to my own feelings of certainty.
We have very few sources of tangible evidence, even at this late stage of things, and especially very few among lightworkers so your account “lifted my spirits.” Thank you for being willing to share.
Yesterday I walked down a main street of Vancouver and realized that I could probably ask every one of the people I met and perhaps none, perhaps one or two might know what’s happening on the planet at this time.
Lightworkers planet-wide seem to be a very small group of people. And only they seem to be conscious of Ascension, in a very large sea of people who are not.
That started me musing. When I arrived home, I looked at other lightworker blogs and saw some of us criticizing the others. One person’s blog had that racy kind of language that valued a smart turn of phrase, very often a putdown of other lightworkers.
But we’re all we’ve got right now.
We’re family in the sense that we’re the ground crew that came here to do a task. I long for the day when we drop seeing only our differences and speak from a place that acknowledges our unity, that takes into account that we all came here to do common work together for the Mother.
As soon as Disclosure hits, or First Contact, or the revaluation, or NESARA, we’re going to be riding a tsunami of challenges. These are the last few weeks of relative calm. Could we not use them to explore our common task and assist each other with our missions, rather than claiming that we have the answers and the others don’t?
Very few of us have the answers. Ascension is a huge task and our understanding of what’s involved grows daily. Meanwhile we ourselves are immersed in the ubiquitous changes to our bodies, minds, and emotions. Given all that we experience, assimilate, and do, could we not focus on what unites us rather than on what divides us?
We have our willingness to stand here and express a viewpoint which must seem to others about as far-fetched as anything they’ve heard.
We need to find common best practices among lightworkers if we’re to manage the situations that will come when the truth that’s out there (and in here) becomes so widely known that no one can deny it, avoid it, or deflect it any longer.
When that time comes, the degree to which we’ve joined together in common cause will be the degree to which we can calm this world. If you think that clearing our vasanas was difficult, wait till you see how difficult it may be to remain calm while all around us are suddenly confronted with their vasanas in the face of public disclosures. Will this planet go crazy for a time?
We’ll need to buoy each other up then, as Barbara and Wave Rider’s willingness to share their experience did me, rather than weigh each other down. We’ll need to mentor and support each other, rather than be each others’ opponents.
In the last month, a great number of lightworkers behind the scenes reached out to each other and made connections or refreshed our bonds. I found it interesting to see the phenomenon happening so often. I think that’s the way of the future, and not the criticism, which is fated to fall way as we go further into the New Age.
We’ll need each other soon. Best to begin realizing that now and building friendships.