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The Lightworkers Source by Sahvanna Arienta

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Living, Dying and the Afterlife (if there is one)

  • Dec 11, 2012
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The Lightworker's Source An Enlightening Guide To Awaken The Power Within
by Sahvanna Arienta is an important work on how to transcend the physical world
of wants and needs to get into higher order spiritual and metaphysical worlds which
have no boundaries.

The human ego according to Arienta  is based upon the survivalist physical world
instead of the world of spiritual ascension. Ascended Masters are the overseers
of humanity utilizing their gifts to serve us. Some, like Jesus Christ, have come to
earth without experiencing birth or death in the traditional sense. The Ascended
Masters work anywhere in the universe. They are our greatest teachers, advocates
and guardians.

Arienta's discussion of earthbound spirits reveal the most about our overattachments
to material things during life. These attachments, if unfulfilled, can lead to addictions,
compulsions, fear - based behaviors and the unwillingness of the spirit to move on
just prior to death or even afterward.

The author addresses the most important thing a person can do on earth. That is,
a person should accept the idea of moving on once a life's work is done. People who
remain focused on their material possessions find it the most difficult to move on
peacefully. As a result, they can have miserable deaths while hanging on until
the bitter end making everyone around them miserable.

There are perfect examples of these phenomena in literature. For instance,
Ebeneezer Scrooge cried out in shear terror when the Angel of Death pointed
to a dark shadowy grave with his name etched into the marble stone. This
scene was the nadir for the audience in A Christmas Carol.

Arienta believes that lucid dreaming can have great significance by
recording experiences methodically. She even goes so far as to
suggest keeping a dream journal to raise awareness and integrate everyday
life with the content of dreams. Our dreams can lead to empowerment, wisdom,
intuition, creative expression, spirituality, the higher - self and a sense of oneness
with the universe.

The Lightworker's Source is a wonderful book which helps to move readers from
the temporal world to a greater spiritual understanding. This work could be very
instrumental in helping people to accept the conditions of life, as well as the
certainty of dying and the need to free oneself from worldly attachments. We need
to be free of worldly attachments so that the spirit can take over after we have taken
our last breath here on earth.

Credits: First Published on Blogcritics
Living, Dying and the Afterlife (if there is one)

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