as we shift – a message for light workers & light warriors
by Sophia Love, published on February 20, 2017
We are tired. There is a sense of having finished what we came to do; perhaps a feeling of completion. Or rather, maybe, a thought that says “We did all that we came for. We found each other and gathered and wrote and spoke and produced content to share and spoke and became the light that we remembered we were. It is time to go now. It is no longer up to us.”
When I see the light worker/warrior community now, a picture emerges. We are brushing our hands together, having just closed the door behind us. We are standing just beyond that door, and inside the kitchen now, where all that work occurred.
The meal has been served after years of preparation. It is not a meal we came to eat; it is one we came to formulate. Yet as we look into the kitchen, we see pots, pans and numerous utensils with food still stuck to them. They need cleaning and re-purposing. There is yet work to be done.
We met online about 5 years ago, maybe more. Most of us will never meet in person. Yet there is kinship, a sense of family. We “know” each other without knowing why that is true. We are profoundly familiar; there is a sense of having done this before and of each of us having a specific role in the doing. There is deep recognition.
There is urgency felt while preparing a feast – timing is everything. Once that meal is placed on the table, we breathe a sigh of relief. It is done. There’s only the enjoyment left; what remains is the devouring. It’s party time, finally.
Yet we are not seeing the feasting yet, and this confuses us. It is happening much more gradually than expected. We anticipated the celebration to be immediate. We imagined it would begin as we shut the door, and go on for a very long moment.
In truth, it has begun, but the feasters are not sure of what they’ve been served. They are sort of picking at the menu; discovering things that they never knew were possible to be part of a feast. They are adapting to this new type of eating. They are curious, tired of the old menu and anxious, if unsure, for the new one. In the same breath, they are not sure how to be around all this newness. It is unsettling them. At times it is overwhelming, so they are cautious and waiting.
It appears that we not only have to serve up this feast, but demonstrate the method for partaking it. Here is where we again are necessary. The lack of urgency we feel is due to the uncertainty of this new way of feasting/way of life. Without the immediacy we perceived at the beginning, those many years ago, it is unclear where to begin or even what to begin with. We’ve introduced possibilities and now we must demonstrate them. This new feast/world has yet to appear on our collective table because we’re still creating it.
We are right there and can see it. That is the first step. Now believe it and BE it. Become love in every breath and you’ll open the door. The possibility is lying there on the table – a feast as yet un-celebrated.
A good place to start is this week’s global meditation. (Click here) It is Sunday, 2.26.17 at
8:55 AM Central US time/3:55 pm Central European Time. Details can be found via the link above.
It starts with you. It begins within. It then becomes your reality.
There are no rules now. We are crafting them as we go. We’ve made this moment possible with relentless drive, constant compassion and non-stop vision. We are here to see it through, to witness the enjoyment of the feast/world we’ve prepared.
We don’t feel the urgency to this because this is the fun part! Play with your power. Practice manifestation. Walk your talk. Broadcast your light so that the rest of us can see you. We are watching and know there is much still to do. We’ve got this.
We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
With so much love,
PS Check out my newsletter here and my first book here! You can read the first 6 months of the conversation at no charge, via the Amazon link. Thank you for writing a review.
Please post this article everywhere! Just link back here when you do. Much obliged.