Being spiritual, being a light worker is hip, trendy and mindfulness at the moment. The must be of now. The Now Age era has begun and so on. But for me it's just a reason to put the new sticker aside for a moment and really start to live as a human being ..... No guru, balanced with no granny socks.
Sometimes I get the feeling that it is a spiritual attraction (as if you are not part of it if you are not a light worker). You see everywhere on social media. One even more beautiful than the other. The perfect lives based on your life purpose, vocation, heart-oriented thinking.
I believe that I am who I am, regardless of the spiritual sticker completely in-perfect with potholes, bumps, mountains, valleys, mistakes. Experiences that must take place and that I cannot solve by manifesting, visualizing, meditating, heart-oriented thinking, living from your intuition and so on.
I will have to take action. In my eyes it is a combination of being spiritual, believing, and being human. I have to feel it, experience it, regret it, acknowledge it. Or to live as a human being. And yes, of course, all these great methods contribute to my well-being and soul growth. Contributing to a better world and society, If I still want to put a sticker on, then do mindfulness.
Just like everyone else in this Western world, I have trouble paying the bills. I have to work - writer, blogger, founder and florist - whether I like it or not. I have to admit I am deeply connected to my intuition and have been living from my inner source for years.
I can visualize, manifest, and so on for hours about what I want. But I can't get there without action. My soul can only grow if I make mistakes, if I live, if I enjoy, have fun, do stupid things and have everything but a perfect spiritual life.
Twin souls, soul loves who come each other's way and experience the ultimate love. Energy shifts, spiritual awakening, which provide new stimuli and a better connection of the lighter workers world and so on. It is really beautiful, I am also very sensitive to it. It gives me hope.
But it also gives me a narrow sense of too much faith in the lightworker attraction. (If you look left you see nothing on the right). One thing I know for sure, everything that has to come my way regardless of what it is will come with Without Granny Socks.