**Photo is not of Colin Kaepernick. It is a photo from iStock photo**
This is just a short snippet that I took from a Facebook Live video on June 8th, 2020. I'm posting it as a blog as I think it highlights a couple of important things. The idea that people assume we will have the same beliefs and mindsets when we pass. And also a difference in what a Soulworker might do vs. a Lightworker.
““That man who stood by and watched as people stood up and said the pledge, sang the song, decided, “I don’t think so.” He was being honored by every Soul on the other side. That’s how badass he was, because he doesn’t know that. We have our “versions” of guidance here who would say, “Oh no, that can’t be. My family tree would not do that because they were soldiers or whatever.” We lose that mindset as angels. Think about it, right? Wouldn’t the angels hold him in their hearts? “We’re angels in the making.” That’s what someone else (another guide) would say. The angels in the making is a beautiful expression. It’s a very high vibration. It’s also certain aspects that we’re not going to go into anymore. But I want you to understand, in essence, the pain of his Soul was felt by many. And yet, so many are saying they’re sorry or they’re feeling bad, right? And we haven’t done the work. That’s why I’m here.
And I’m not talking to anyone on the screen. I’m talking in general. This is more of a societal vision at this point so I want to make it clear that I’m not making any accusations to anybody, but let’s think very carefully in this society. How many people are all of a sudden saying, “Oh God, yea, no, we need to do this.”
And that’s a beautiful thing. Hallelujah. We’re raising the awareness. That’s what the Lightworkers are here to do. And they stand up...they stand up and say, “I’m not going to take this anymore.” That’s a Lightworker. The Soulworker will say, “Where do I need to look in and figure out why I’m feeling the way that I’m feeling? Why am I having the thoughts that I’m having?” And you do it in a loving way. It’s not about beating yourself up. It’s not about going, “Oh my God, I had that thought and now I need to repent.” That’s a religious Soul’s understanding. They would repent for it. Ok? But for us, Brenda clears it out. “I’m going to clear that vibration out of my body.” It’s usually from the mindset. Ok? And we honor our hearts. And it’s the pain of it that most people don’t want to honor. To admit, “Oh my God, I was racist. Oh my God, I had those thoughts.” We would say, “Honey, you aren’t racist.” That’s what she was told.
I had those thoughts. Not as a child, not as a child. And not even growing up, but I heard those visions and it started to seep into my experience from other family members. I still have family members that have those ideas. It’s hard work to honor your own heart when you know what’s right for you, but others around you are saying, “I’m not like you.” And we would be honoring them as much as we would be honoring you...whoever this is for.””