Light Warriors Clearing Collective Sadness
I felt much better after the brief chat with my friend - and so did she. We decided that it's very important to reach out often to a fellow Light Warrior during these times, even if it's just a five minute chat.
Straight after the phone call, I found this meme from Pepe Lives Matters...
Please don't under-estimate how extremely difficult this Alliance war can be at times for all Light Warriors. Some of us have been treading this path for decades, enduring great misunderstanding from nearly everyone around us. If we have big wobbles right now, due to waves of exhaustion and loneliness, it is to be expected.
My friend and I agreed that the sad times come in waves, with respite in between. It is a relief not to be experiencing it continuously. Focusing on joyful people and activities helps us to endure the difficult times. And walking in nature is the best remedy of all. Fortunately, she and I live close to each other and can walk together on the beach. There is usually a great deal of laughter during those beach walks. We Light Warriors can always find the humor in nearly every situation.
Gratitude is a vital tool that works wonders when I wobble. Our region was expected to have bad weather all week, after days of flooding. Today - sunshine! Blue skies and warm sunshine. What a massive boost to the morale when it was most needed.
Spirit says that we are never given more than we can cope with (i.e. we designed our soul contract to not over-burden ourselves). However, we are expected to use spiritual tools to help ourselves when the going gets tough.
Finally, today I had a wonderful connection with a Light Warrior at the hostel where I clean. He's a resident. I knew he was 'awake' but today we talked non-stop about the [D]eep [S]tate. He knows EVERYTHING. My next post will be dedicated to Mark who gave me a link about the [s]atanists and their Golden Globe awards.
Watch out for people around you who may be in the process of waking up to the truth. Engage them in conversation. You just never know...
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