It’s Thursday night and I think I’ve just heard the idea that the whole trip has been about finding.
Kathleen and I are at Sitara Williamson’s house and she’s just told me her vision for Bellingham. It’s of a “gathering place,” where all lightworkers and their services are concentrated and focused. It’s a community center. It’s a healing center. It’s a public forum.
It may provide a place for lightworker foundations, banks, auditoriums, restaurants, fitness schools, yoga centers, alternative-medical offices, art galleries, every kind of thing that lightworkers offer to the general public. But they will all be concentrated in one place.
It’s a lightworker bridgehead into the wider community. It’s a hub for lightworkers. And it’s galactic-friendly.
Everywhere we’ve been, people have been talking about a single-service organization – a healing center, a school, a temple. But no one has arrived, in my listening, at a comprehensive vision that takes in all that lightworkers are currently doing at the community level.
It doesn’t replace the foundations that flow money down to the projects. It doesn’t replace the projects that focus on fixing the problems or making the unworkable, workable, worldwide.
It’s a local, community-level focalizing of lightworker light and love.
Until now we lightworker have hidden ourselves away. But now is the time to make our presence known and offer the services that we know society needs.
Here we are, at the very last stop in our journey, and Sitara presents us with the answer to the question we did not know to ask.
I can’t tell you how peaceful I feel contemplating Sitara’s vision. I hope that every city in the world creates a lightworker gathering place and I personally will work towards that goal. All aboard, those who want to join Sitara, Kathleen and me.
I’ll post an earlier article I wrote upon leaving Whidbey Island. If I don’t it’ll become lost in the river of time. However hearing Sitara’s vision has definitely, for me, put the cap on our trip.