By Steve Clayton
Over the last few months it has been brought to my attention that a lot of people are not finding the help they need from some of the Lightworkers they are encountering. When asking for healings or help or advice they are receiving, “It’s all One. It’s all Love. This is just an illusion, it’s not real.” As one person said, I feel as if I’m stuck on the side of a mountain and the person at the top is telling me how good the view is rather than giving me a rope or a hand up.
I’m not trying to be judgmental or mean here. I do understand the sentiments behind the platitudes. I have been to the top of the mountain. It is utterly amazing and, no, I did not want to leave. But then it dawned on me; I am a Lightworker not a Lightseeker. I came here with a mission; a mission to help. If all I really wanted was perfection I would not have come into the world of polarity; I would have stayed in perfection (heaven if you will). Now if I came solely to see if I could rise above the imperfections of this realm and I accomplished that then I would be done here.
For those who have made it to the top of the mountain I am happy for you for it truly is a phenomenal undertaking. If you bill yourself as a Lightworker then you must remember that, yes the view is fantastic and, yes it is good for recharging one’s batteries but you are a Lightworker. You are here to help others. Come down the mountain and bring the Light into the darkness; it is what you do. Go into the valley. Feel with your heart, listen from your heart, see from your heart, help from your heart and, very importantly, speak from your heart. Love is real and eternal. Platitudes are like Dollar Store batteries, cheap, easy and they don’t last. Remember an echo comes back empty and alone. Come down and help spread the Love. Be the Lightworker you were meant to be.