Do You Lower Your Vibration to Fit In?
Lightworker blog series #2 by Susan Browne
Hello, Lightworker! ‘Who, me?’ YES! Do You Lower Your Vibration to Fit In?
Pardon the intro but I wrote this blog to appeal to lightworkers and if the title struck a chord with you then I suspect that you are one. Did you see the first blog about called ‘Lightworkers Q & A?’
Well in this one I want to talk about that behaviour of lowering your vibration in order to fit in. Many Lightworkers have at some point felt alone and different. They may not have met other Lightworkers or not spotted them, since the others may too be in the closet if that makes sense?
What is your vibrational frequency just now? Here is the Angel EFT Vibrational Scale which represents the human level of vibrational frequency. More about that here.
Many lightworkers feel alone and different. They do things to lower their frequency in order to fit in with those around them. Behaviours that don’t really sit right with them become habits and they get used to being in a lower frequency. It is not uncommon for lightworkers to suffer from addictions (from overeating to over drinking to drug addictions) and mental health issues. Behaving incongruently to what they know is right for them hurts the lightworker as deep down they have a knowing this is not aligned with their mission.
This starts in childhood, especially when the lightworker opts to join a family who have lower frequency behaviours. Adolescence offers more opportunities with peer pressure in the mix. Adulthood, marriage, further education and employment are all new areas for the lightworker to compare themselves to their peers.
Imagine having all this light to give and not giving it because you feel embarrassed or don’t want to be rejected by family, friends, colleagues or your community.
In my early twenties, I spoke to those around me about my Reiki training and nobody really seemed to be open and accepting of it. At that time, I dimmed down my light. I stopped speaking about it. I was in a new country away from where I grew up and I felt I needed to fit in. Nobody seemed to be on this path. I wonder if I had kept it up who I might have met back then. It would have saved me a lot of pain if I had trusted in what I believed and kept up a daily Reiki practise.
It was some years later that I had a big spiritual awakening and then I met more and more lightworkers. They seemed to appear in unlikely places and I was drawn to different circles. I did my Reiki Masters and trained as an angel teacher with the Diana Cooper Foundation. I met so many lightworkers and at last felt accepted. It didn’t matter that many people were different to me. I was back on track, on my mission. It wasn’t all plain sailing. Far from it, but I had a knowing that I was on the right path and a growing sense of community and connection.
Come Out of the Closet
If there are many lightworkers who are afraid to come out of the spiritual closet then there are things you can do to make it easier for them. Bringing up topics of interest, having angel cards, crystals and other ‘prompts’ can open the door. You don’t have to join in when people are being negative, fear-based or putting others down. Find a way to lovingly detach. Lead the way by seeing the best in every situation. Spread your light.
Network with Other Lightworkers
Lightworkers are attracted to spiritual courses and places, and you can meet them through social media as well as in person. Ask the angels to help guide you to other like-minded friends.
Are Lightworkers some kind of Superior Soul?
No. These blogs and my work are not intended to imply that Lightworkers are somehow better than other humans. All souls are connected and have their own important mission or dharma. Lightworkers simply decided that theirs was to bring more light into the world.
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