Are you a Lightworker?
It is the Lightworkers' mission to lend their light energy to a planet heavy with fear and negativity. But Lightworkers aren't all well-known spiritual gurus. They are musicians and artists, shopkeepers, accountants, stay-at-home moms, and people you pass on the street. They share their gifts by speaking out for those who have no voice and they create glorious works of art that beautify our planet or write music that elevates our spirits. Many have forgotten their divine purpose; they live among us unaware of who they really are.
Although it's not always obvious who these Lightworkers are, nor is it easy to recognize or understand their special qualities, one thing is certain: the Earth is more in need of them than ever before.
Lightworker will help you discover:
Lightworker will change the way you view your life, your challenges, and your own place in the world.
©2012 Sahvanna Arienta (P)2013 Career Press, Inc
The writing is good. The author seems to know what she's talking about and comes off very natural. I did think there was more (example) stories than actual information. I suppose that's not terrible, as many of us learn better with examples, but I was left a bit hungry for more information.
It wasn't so much about "Understand Your Sacred Role as Healer, Guide, and Being of Light" but more like "Examples of Psychic encounters for me and my family." To be fair, she does explain many things at first, but again, most of the book was about examples and stories from her life.
I did not love the narrator. Is the second time I'm not happy with her reading. No offense to the narrator at all. I just didn't think her narrating matches the book. It got old quick. It was too bad, because I was interested in listening to the end.
The way the author communicates to her audience
There wasn't many "characters" but she wasn't my favorite narrator ever.
I don't think you can make a movie for this book. Unless it was a documentary...I guess the title of the book would work.
I don't know exactly what makes the narration annoying. Again, is too bad, because I will listen to one more book by Sahvanna, and I saw it has the same narrator... :/Hope it has less examples and less exaggerated narration
somewhat. the information was truly transformative but the listening pleasure was severly compromised by the mehanical, robotic narration. certain days it was impossible for me to listen because of the lack of emotion and inflection - it prevented intimacy with the experiences of the author.
As an introduction, I would have preferred some more time spent on how ordinary people fulfill their role as lightworkers
Unnatural inflections, sentences with inappropriate pauses, and mispronounced words (for example "ethereal" is mispronounced 3 different ways)
There were many insights and explanations that were news to me
It was hard for me to respect the content of the writing due to the distraction of the bad narration. The book itself was so interesting, I pushed through the narration so I could finish the whole story.
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