Life Lessons Don't Mean Curses or Attachments


I love how spirituality has become more accepting in recent years, and that more people are becoming in touch with their higher selves. With the increase in social acceptance, so are authentic psychics, mediums and lightworkers feeling open to share their gifts to help and heal others. It's a blessing to see so much love spread around the world every day.

As Healer's are coming out and making themselves known, so are the charlatan's seeping through the cracks to take advantage of this phenomenon as a way to capitalize on people's vulnerabilities. They seem to be keen on telling people who are going through life lessons, when things aren't going their way, that they have a curse on them, there are evil spirits around them, or that they have demonic attachments. They do this mainly to give themselves a name in this industry, or to make money off of unsuspecting people to get rid of this fallacy. The sad part, is that 99% of the people who are told this rubbish, are going to believe it, because they don't know any better, and they're placing a lot of trust in these people that portray themselves as professionals. This is so damaging, because these people walk away with lower self esteems, more confusion and fear. Authentic lightworkers won't tell you these things, because they're simply not true. Lightworkers help and heal. If you're told information that doesn't align with this ideology, then they're a charlatan (a fake).

Reality is, you're not going to go through life without any bumps in the road. Not everything is going to go your way, and life will always have hardships, injustices, and not everyone is going to like you. This doesn't mean that you have a curse on you or that you have attachments, it means that you're living life, and trust me when I say this, you're not alone. Life isn't meant to be easy. If it were, we'd never appreciate the good moments that happen to us, the high's in life, or be grateful for what we have.

To put it simply, you're going through life lessons, and you're also helping other's go through their life lessons. How you handle those lesson's is what defines you, not the lesson itself. So take pride in the low moments and handle them with care, integrity, and with an open heart, and embrace all that life has to offer - the good and the bad. As I always tell people... &