Dating: A Lightworker’s Advice

Dec 12, 2012 by

Dating: A Lightworker’s Advice

Hi! My name is Faith, and I am a character in the novel, “Dead End Date,” the first book in the Adventures of a Lightworker (that’s me!) series by Caroline A. Shearer.

It starts when my best friend Bridget sets me up on a blind date, and he doesn’t show up! Just as I’m getting mad about it, I discover he is dead! That is when the real mystery starts, as Bridget and I set about trying to discover who killed him. (To find out what happens next, you’ll just have to read the book!)

But, about me: I’m a character who has been blessed with a great ability to tap into resources beyond the “earthly” plane. I’m also a lightworker, which means my life’s purpose is to help
others heal. This isn’t always easy, considering I have so many things to work on myself! A big one of those growth areas is dating. So much of our life journey is about learning, and I’m here to share a little bit of what I’ve discovered so far about dating as a lightworker.


1. Clear the air of the relationship or situation. Energy tends to linger – in our houses, in our hearts, in our minds, and, yes, in our relationships (or lack thereof). It is healthy to de-clutter and clean out energy from all of those places. I like to use bells to clear my space. Clapping also works. Burning sage is another way. As you clear your space, set your intention and focus on bringing the things you want into your life. If it is a relationship you want, think: Emotional Healing, Romantic Love.

2. Live in the now. In order to heal and move forward, we must let go of our past relationships and hurts. I find this is easiest when I have a distraction. But, I’ve also discovered it’s usually best for that distraction to be something other than a new relationship! For me, focusing on solving my dead date’s murder allowed me to think of things other than a recent breakup. Embarking on a project to do good for others may help you forget about the past and enjoy the present moment.

3. Take a leap. Here, I should probably listen to my own advice. Love involves risks. People fall in and out of love, people change, people want different things, and some relationships are meant to be temporary. People break up, people get hurt, people even transition to the spiritual plane. But, we can’t let those experiences close us to new experiences. Love is greater than all of that so when love makes itself present, let it in!

4. Listen to your heart. Take the leap only when it feels deeply and wholly right to you. If we spend time in meditation, we will know whether it is fear that is holding us back or
the knowledge that there is a better path for us. Follow your intuition, and it will always lead you to your highest and best path.


Of course, these concepts can be applied to other areas of our lives as well. We can train ourselves to move forward constantly on our journeys, and never to get lost in the past. We also
can strive to help each other, as we all travel our own uniquely challenging paths. To learn. To heal. To grow.

In love,



About The Author:

Caroline A. Shearer is the founder of Absolute LovePublishing, which was born out of a mission to create and publish projects promoting goodness in the world. Known as a fresh, distinctive, spiritual voice, Caroline’s visionary leadership is uplifting, gently blending love and inspiration. She is regularly featured as a luminary in print, broadcast, and online media, offering guidance and sharing positive stories of her personal spiritual journey toward a more abundant, joyful, and light-filled life. Intuitively guided, Caroline has a remarkable ability to unite others along a path of progressing and celebrating the experience of humanity.

A bestselling author, Caroline’s popular books include, “Dead End Date,” the first book in the Adventures of a Lightworker metaphysical mystery series; “Love Like God: Embracing Unconditional Love;” “Love Like God Companion;” “Raise Your Vibration: Tips and Tools for a High-Frequency Life,” a min-e-book™; “Women Will Save the World;” and “Raise Your Financial Vibration: Tips and Tools to Embrace Your Infinite Spiritual Abundance,” a min-e-book™. In addition to her own projects, she founded Spirited Press, an assisted self-publishing imprint that operates under the umbrella of Absolute Love Publishing. Spirited Press supports authors in sharing their own messages with the world.


  1. Pam

    Hello sister! I live in Los Angeles, CA and woke up around 1:00 a.m. and eventually found my way to your website… (hmmmm) It’s now 3:40 and I asked this question, “As a lighworker, why is there so much clutter?” – and I’m here at your site. I am on an amazing path of self-discovery and purpose but find myself confronted with clutter I sometimes don’t know how to release. I do understand that’s a big part of the process….. but I was hoping to get assistance or some tools to help. I am a single mother of a soon-to-be 13 year old young man who is also a Lightworker and gifted soul. We both understand that we are here to help others through the Light of God that works in, through and as us…. We’re just looking for help so we can help more efficiently. We love freely and sometimes (more than not), it’s not returned in the same manner which can be discouraging at times. So I guess I needed to get that off my chest and maybe that was the sole purpose of my sending this comment. I love to write and would love some pointers on how to share my stories and experiences to a larger crowd if that is the path I’m being led to. I’ve met authors and artists alike who’ve consistently shown up (most I’ve met synchronistically)…. Anyway, if nothing else, please send love, light, guidance and prayers to this Lightworker in Los Angeles. Love-n-Light, Peace-n-Love Pam

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