There will be wars and rumors of wars in the end times.
But there’ll also be incredible visions of peace, uplifting experiences of love, and the first signs of a change in the wind.
A friend played a video for me the other day that set out to give the reason why some companies succeed and others fail. I’m going to put what he said in my own words, inspired by his.
According to him, companies that failed told their customers at most what the product was and perhaps how it was built.
Companies that succeeded started by offering the customer a vision. He actually used the word “cause.” Equally good. A purpose, a direction.
After that, the successful companies talked about what the product was – and how it was built, if they had to.
He offered an illustration of providing a vision. The Wright Brothers had many competitors for the record for first manned flight. One was Samuel Pierpont Langley, who had all the advantages that money and privilege could buy – sponsors, media coverage, etc.
The Wright Brothers paid for their entry in the race out of their earnings repairing bicycles. They had no media coverage or any other advantage.
They were in it because they saw the future of manned flight. The colleagues of the Wrights were in it as volunteers because they shared that optimistic vision.
Langley was in the race for personal glory. His colleagues were employees, working for money. He offered no vision, nothing that inspired adherence or loyalty.
Langley’s team did not make the progress the Wright Brothers did and so the latter won the competition.
Here we are, on the verge not of manned flight, but of global abundance. Before things break open, I’d like to discuss lightworkers and vision, if you’d permit me, based on what I’ve experienced lately.
To start with, never mind the details. Leave those to others.
Never mind micromanaging anything or anyone. “Create and let go,” as Michael said to me.
Lightworkers, in my opinion, before anything else, are in charge of the vision. Lightworkers are above all else leaders who receive, communicate, and hold the vision.
Someone needs to see the goal and offer their version of it.
Someone needs to imagine what needs to be done at the macro level.
Someone needs to provide direction on what brings us closer to the goal and what takes us further away.
Someone needs to hold that vision through thick and thin.
That someone is the lightworker.
Lightworkers see the goal. They’ve heard about ascension. They’ve felt the energies. They know about Disclosure, dimensions, divinity.
They’ve listened to the celestial and galactic mentors on the need to cleanse themselves of the past, cultivate the divine qualities in the present, and work for a future acceptable to all.
Lightworkers, Archangel Michael told us in 2015, are equipped to step into leadership roles in this time of rapid change – to serve as the visionaries, the leadership “need of the moment.” He explained:
“If no [lightworker] steps forward into [leadership], then there is a massive vacuum because many of the billions upon your planet have not yet learned, adapted and integrated the new tools – the fullness of this new energy.
“So [when non-lightworkers] are assigned … or try to step up … to create and to take the leadership role, they do not have the training and insight to do it in a way that is achievable. … So there is a lack, a vacuum of leadership.
“Now, who, upon this wondrous planet, has been hiding in the shadows or edging out, or in the limelight and is ready? … Who has been diligent and practiced patience and fortitude and stamina, and anchored the divine qualities? Who is it that is prepared to do this? Well, it is the lightworkers.” (1)
I’m interpreting lightworkers as all who serve the Light, God, the Mother, the One. It’s an umbrageous term and is designed eventually to take in the whole world, as Michael explained in 2013:
Archangel Michael: Does the conversation expand organically and naturally? Does the energy go out to the entire planet, those who want to hear and those who don’t want to hear? Yes, it does. But it begins with the lightworker community. That is what we have need of.
Steve Beckow: And I suppose then more and more people join the lightworker community?
AAM: Exactly, until it is one family and one path. (2)
I keep having to tell myself, my job is not to do it all myself (vasana) but to provide challenging, rewarding, and satisfying employment for others as interested as I am in building Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.
I create jobs.
But even more important than that, I, as a lightworker, create, maintain, and transform the vision of a world that works.