Being a pirate lightworker is all about being a lightworker while not sucking at the same time.
I’ve made some pretty serious posts recently but here I’m going to let it all go. X)
Why should you be a pirate lightworker?
The first answer to that question is: why not?
The second answer is a bit more involved.
As you know I’m an indigo adult. I have a soul that holds in it the instinctive blueprint of higher vibration life. Some call us indigos “special”.
I am special alright; as of 2010 I have:
• Slept on the streets
• Lost my virginity in a university chapel
• Had sex with a lot of women (and intend on doing so with men too [edit: done that])
• Been thrown out of school (intentionally on my part)
• Spent a week sleeping in a cave on a holy mountain
• Spent two years doing nothing at all (sleeping, masturbating, and blowing my brains out on the internet… not meditating)
• Went insane
• Started a few microbusinesses, trying to feel my way through the realm of independent income
• Spent one month not washing my hair (and now I’m trying it again).
I am unstable, unpredictable, unlikely and unseemingly. I am rampantly sexual. I am not a part of civilised society. And I am awesome.
I also want to save the world.
I know what’s going on here in this world. I see things most people don’t. I have an immense capability to love. I’m a great healer, a great creator, and a psychic.
Since when was being a lightworker all about being impeccable? Some people confuse “high vibration” with “socially acceptable”. What if your society is of a low vibration? Are we going to make this omlette without cracking any eggs? Do you think a high vibration person really cares about your rules and customs?
Me and my indigo friend Christian have something we call “the indigo test”. It involves acting like a crazy turkey or making the most crass crude humour possible. Indigo adults, who have no need to act in socially-approved ways, find this hilarious. Other people think the said crazy turkey is insane… while secretly wishing they could open up and have as much fun as him or her.
Dude, do you think God gives you extra points for bowing and scraping? Do you think the angels find your petty human society and its decorum important? What they value is love and happiness and fun and enjoyment. Those are the reasons we came to this physical plane.
So love and light has its place. “Namaste” has its place. Candles and incense are fun, and I like to wear white nowadays to reflect my identity. It’s no replacement for real love and real wisdom though. This is why I am a lightworker pirate.
A lightworker pirate doesn’t give a damn. She wants to save the world and heal everyone but he doesn’t want your approval while she is doing it. In order to set herself apart from the overly serious lightworker wannabes, she accompanies her reiki, her music, her message or her humanitarian leadership with a hearty ARRRR!!!!!!!!
Screw you, lightworkers.org.
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(Note as of 30/04/2013: I have a policy of editing my old articles, and I generally update their tone if they are rough or aggressive-sounding. I couldn’t do anything with this one though. I didn’t want to delete it, so here it is. As you can see, my character is rather different nowadays).