Thank you, Wes. I agree that the work is more important than what we call it. For me dark has always been so much more than negative as I have written about before the current discussion began. Dark is not only the negatives so often attributed to it in colonized culture. It is also the dark of the womb from which we joyously enter incarnation. It is the dark fertile soil from which so much life and beauty come. Darkwork is not doing evil but working with the deep levels, the rich and wild mythic dimensions out of which all that is arises.
Chaos is the Mother not something to be feared or conquered. I guess because I have always lived deeply rooted in these things and the often difficult work they require of us, the term lightworker always felt restrictive to me even tho people around me consider it an accurate descriptor for me;-).
If someone feels that lightwork alone is their calling tho I do not feel this is a lack on their part. Duality is not evil either but only one facet of this jewel of infinity that is the One Dancing with itself. Love is thr important part not semantics or all doing or feeling the same, imho.
I wanted to make a quick note about falling away from spiritual labels in the name of neutrality and harmony amongst us all.
A few different writers in the spiritual circles have written pieces about embracing no label or surface-based idea about ourselves, and to embrace solely the fact that we’re united awakening souls who can, together, bring about great change on this planet.
Some have put forth the idea that awakening souls are technically all we are in this moment.
I do agree with the idea being presented, and I endorse not looking toward ourselves in vain or surface-oriented ways. I should say that I don’t necessarily endorse scrapping the idea of ourselves as Lightworkers entirely, however, or fooling ourselves about our true power and ability.
Granted, it’s safe to say that there are some who label themselves a Lightworker without understanding the deeper and very real work involved…
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