To escape the drama, a relationship has be about something bigger than itself, something noble, something inspiring.
The same could be said about our lightworker meet-ups or “hubs”?
While it’s very wonderful and necessary to share about ourselves, that cannot be the end all and be all of meet-ups. After one or two sessions of sharing, we have to create a bigger game if we’re to go beyond the initial meetings and flourish.
Our meet-ups should empower us to begin our lightwork. Kathleen and I will be talking more tomorow about how to organize ourselves to deliver our outreach services to the wider community.
That outreach fulfills our missions as lightworkers and results in the building of Nova Earth.
There are plenty of missions a lightworker hub could take on. The most obvious is homelessness and hunger in the regional area. Other lightworker avenues of service could include seeing to the needs of single mothers and senior citizens, developing free-energy technology, bringing in universal medicare, defeating AIDS in Africa, cleaning up the environment, providing animal-rescue services.
That work can begin by simply researching and understanding the problem in the area or region of interest. It can start by talking to people in the field. It can start by planning.
It doesn’t have to wait for the large flows of money and taking the initiative in the field, I’m led to believe, will attract funds. The Company of Heaven is just waiting for us to take action, in my opinion.
As an example, Kathleen and I have just made a small monthly donation to the Vancouver Food Bank and next week we’ll be visiting it. We’ll also be inviting the Vancouver Meet-up to join us and become involved in talking to those here in the city who are providing shelter for the homeless and food for the hungry. We may invite officials of relevant organizations to meet with us.
When we visit organizations, you can guess what we’ll do. We’ll listen.
We’ll listen to their statements of the problem, their attempts at addressing it, the stumbling blocks they’ve encountered, the lessons they’ve learned, and their hopes and dreams for the future.
In our particular work as a lightworker team, Kathleen and I plan to follow the wisdom encapsulated in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Food and shelter first – in our local community. Safety and security; love and belonging; self-esteem; and finally self-actualization (or Ascension).
We won’t be talking to those who are hungry and homeless about Ascension. We’ll be seeing what we can do to shelter and feed them, way before we ever mention the shift.
In summary, a meet-up will probably falter and fail if we stay focused on ourselves. Our relationship, to succeed and flourish, must be about something bigger than ourselves.