Spiritual seekers or lightworkers see the world through a different lens than the majority of humanity. They know that they have a sense of inner knowingness that is built into their very nature, but its source is clouded in mystery.
The human brain includes right and left hemispheres. These operate in different contexts as they perform different functions. In most people, the left hemisphere is primarily detail-oriented, while the right hemisphere is visually oriented and recognizes patterns.
Sometimes, it takes an individual many incarnations of exploring avenues of self-centered action to discover that what goes around also comes around. Such people may live in a world where they believe in doing unto others before they get a chance to do it to you!
Today's climate of rapid change brings with it the potential for making great improvements in your personal life. Today, it is easier than ever to create positive changes that bring you true happiness, vibrant wellness, and profound spiritual awakening.
In the early 1980’s, a research project was undertaken where hundreds of seminar attendees were progressed into the future to see what their lives would be like in the time period 2100 – 2500 AD. The future is not fixed; its details are constantly shifting, but the overall findings of this project are as significant today as they were in the early 1980’s.
posted 29 May, 2019 (Sunday, 12 May, 2019) - Owen Waters
If you create your own reality and you don't want wars, famines and disasters in your world, then why are they still there? You would never create such things in your reality. It's almost as if negative realities exist to persecute people of good heart!
posted 15 May, 2019 (Sunday, 5 May, 2019) - Owen Waters
Long ago, you made a noble decision at a soul level when you volunteered to help as a lightworker on this earth. Since then, you and millions of other lightworkers have lived among the mass of humanity making a critical difference to the overall consciousness of life on earth.
Lightworkers have a natural ability to master life's challenges. Now, it may not seem that way. You might say, "My life has been one big challenge after another," and there would be good reason for that statement.