My journey as a lightworker.

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For a number of years, it has been incredibly challenging to hold the vibe, vision, and light as humanity navigates through these Universal/Ascension changes.

As a lightworker, my role is to guide others and illuminate the path to self-discovery. Throughout these years, I have dedicated myself to personal growth, healing, and becoming the best version of myself.

I have studied, learned from mistakes, and fully committed to being the person I am meant to be. My caring duties have become more demanding, and my clients and students have presented me with challenges and transformations. But above all, I strive to stand in my power and authenticity, leading by example even when faced with a lack of respect or understanding.

Being a lightworker, wayshower, and guide entails more than just shining a light; it requires courage, dedication, and determination. It can be a lonely and painful journey as we unravel old energies, heal wounds, past trauma, and old patterns to allow new light to enter.

These past fifteen or so years have been challenging, painful, exciting, enlightening, and transformative, and it continues to be an honour and a privilege to be of service.

Around twenty years ago, a medium told me as I was about to end a high-profile job contract that I would work for an extremely large establishment (I was working for the NHS at the time, what could be bigger) and have the opportunity to make the world a better place. Of course the Universe has given me that opportunity, for which I am grateful.

Out of the darkness comes the light. I have answered my calling and taken action.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and stay tuned for more posts from me, I hope you found it useful.

As always, I welcome comments and feedback, and please do share with anyone else who might enjoy the read.  

Until next time, love and blessings

Jo

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  1. Jo what a lovely blog I can’t speak for anyone else All I know about you is you help me grow look at my weakness and challenges. You helped me healed and look at myself my Goals. There have been tears darkness but Jo always guided me. I called Jo my Angel she’s my guardian Angel. Some day I’d like to be like her. A Light Worker And Shine My Light.

    Thank you Jo with gratitude. 🙏❤

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