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A Lightworker is an agent of change, an agent of healing, whether that healing requires a soothing and mending, or an exposing and ripping apart.

A Lightworker is present to change systems, to encourage the evolution of a world, whether that world is seen or unseen.

A Lightworker is born into, surrounded by, and led to wherever needs the power most, whether that need is met
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Paperback, 129 pages
Published September 12th 2013 by Starfield Press (first published September 1st 2013)
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Molly
Dec 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This spiritual knowledge has been missing from the shelves. Lloyd Thompson provides a validating, contemporary resource filled with much-needed insights for Lightworkers, Healers, Teachers, and all Spiritual Seekers wanting to more fully understand themselves, their authenticity, and their unique role in the world.

Lloyd details the "The Light Part" and "The Worker Part" in 11 chapters filled with wisdom, clarity, and accuracy. I strongly resonated with many anecdotal examples, and found myself
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Aug 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
This isn't the type of book I would normally read, but after I read his small book, a smile was plastered on my face.
This was just one of those simple yet different book anyone would read.
Angie
Jun 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent. Real and practical advice.

It is so wonderful to find a down to Earth book about this subject that really goes into all areas of life as a Lightworker. I have become discouraged with even seeing the word Lightworker, as it is overused, misused and misrepresented quite often. This book doesn't do that. In fact, it addresses that and more. So happy I read this. It renewed my faith and courage, both in myself and in the world.
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FROM GROWING UP IN a Protestant Christian household to exploring and experiencing many Ways including Buddhism, Shamanism, Paganism, New Age, Catholicism, and good old Life, LLOYD MATTHEW THOMPSON has clearly been shaped by each path in many ways. As the oldest of nine home-educated children, he became accustomed to a self-motivation and independence that drives him to this day, even when surround ...more

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