Do you feel like you have a strong calling to bring healing to the world? You could be a light worker.
Many of the world’s population are made up of them. And, if you aren’t a light worker yourself, you’ve most likely met one.
Light workers carry a strong sense of desire to produce positive energy in the world. They use their gifts to spread the divine wisdom of love for self and others. Along with it, they share freedom, knowledge, and self-mastery to align ever closer with pure, loving energy.
Have people told you that you have a “pure heart” or you inspire them? Or that you warm their spirits, especially when they’re feeling down? Then, you might be destined to work the light. A light worker feels much different than those around them. Often, they become intertwined in the spiritual community to help identify and heal the ills of the world around them.
9 Signs You May Be a Light Worker
If you’re not sure whether you were put here to work the light (or not), these 9 signs will help you identify:
1. You are sensitive
A light worker’s spirit is very pure, and many of the negative things that go on in this world can be difficult for them to understand. They may also find difficulty in dealing with people who display intense emotions such as aggression and anger.
As the light worker travels through life and negative events occur, they seem to have a more profound effect, leaving them to feel tired, and feel the need for self-care to restore their clarity and energy levels.
2. Being alone feels normal.
From early on in their life, a light worker can feel isolated from others, lonely, or misunderstood. As they experience all of life’s challenges, they will often find further isolation as they seek their unique path.
And because they easily pick up negative feelings and moods of people around them, it is important for them to spend time alone on a regular basis. This introverted nature doesn’t really come from a social preference or temperament; it is simply at the core of the light worker’s spirit.
3. You are empathetic
The light worker is drawn to grow their sense of understanding in the world, and will often reach into the dark corners of life to gain this perspective. Doing more than simply sympathizing, the light worker cares for others from a place rooted deep within them.
They continue to grow more compassionate as their experience unfolds, and the direct effects of that effort ultimately help grow empathy in the hearts of others.
4. You have a strong desire to help people
Because of a light worker’s empathetic nature, they often take up careers of service to others. Whether as a counselor, nurse, or even teacher of any kind, it is all further verification of a light worker’s dedication to make a solid contribution to the higher good of humanity.
5. You honor and respect the spiritual sense of life
The light worker sees a grander vision of the world. Like a small cog in a big machine, light workers realize that they are a small, but integral part of life that can have an effect on the world. Almost like panning out with a camera, the light worker is tuned into a spiritual sense that all things are related, and that with every action comes a very real reaction.
When the Earth witnesses destruction through the many pursuits of man, the light worker can feel a sense of loss, and even perhaps grief. This deep connection often leads to a close connection with animals and the environment, possibly even prompting their life’s work in one of these fields.
6. You’re a bit of a rebel
As the light worker is a bit different and doesn’t seem to quite “fit in” to the mold of society. Hierarchical structures don’t often work well in traditional organizations, and the authority that goes with them often make a light worker feel the need to rebel.
This anti-authoritarian nature is at the core of the healer’s being. It is connected to their life work to set a new way of living that transcends the blockages of spiritual evolution here on Earth.
7. You act as a voice for humankind.
Light workers often act as a representative for mankind through their own creative expression. They depict the mental activities of society through the liberal arts, giving a voice to the thoughts of culture as a whole.
Throughout history, many sages have connected us through a depiction of their visualization in the most creative ways. The light worker finds fulfillment in this self-expression. Their creativity, knowledge and intuitive nature make an impact on those they meet and ripple through humankind.