When we think of Soul Mates, we usually think of the one person/soul that is meant for us to spend the rest of our life with. We search endlessly for this one soul, and when we find a soul matching our vibration, we feel and know they are "the one".
Over the past year of my life, I lost my aunt and mom. My immediate family. I then met my biological father. I experienced both sadness and joy in such a short period. After a period of loss and gain, and being on a rollercoaster of emotion, the definition of family was reshaping.
This ten year journey of gratitude has taught me many perspectives of this beautiful energy we allow, once recognized in the daily life. This journey, like many started out with the feeling of being lost and experiencing multiple life changing events.
Lightworkers are older souls living with a purpose to bring peace, love, harmony and balance to Earth. They bring awareness to self and others. The task of a lightwoker is a chosen one, like all other roles in life to experience. However the lightworker had many struggles in past and current life from the non-supportive energies. The non-supportive energies broke the lightworker down; they often gave up, gave in, or practiced their work in silence.
What is Oneness? This has been a question that has been a part of my journey for a few years now. Personally, I understand it, know what it means, and even experienced it. I will do my best to articulate it.
The Bridge of Light is a place we come to when we are ready for a great transformation in our life. Whether we are consciously aware of a great change desired, universally or individually, the bridge is a rite of passage. When we walk this path of change and become aware of it, we are offered assistance to better understand what we are undergoing and needing to release to complete the transformation.
What kind of society have we created where kids are killing kids killing their parents babies having babies kids being tried as adults carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders not living the life that was given but living the life that was taken
Trust is the core of our internal strength. Along with the energy of love, trust aides us in making life choices. The choices made come from the knowledge researched or internal knowing. It comes time where we just know what we know through trust. Trust is the beginning of faith. Trust allows us to makes decisions based on what we know and familiar with, while faith allows us to extend the trust we know to the unfamiliar.
Competition is the contrast to enlightenment, without it how would truly know what enlightenment is. There must be contrast in all things, each must have its opposite for us to gravitate to our truest desires.