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Are you a Lightworker? Do you yearn to make a difference?

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Sharon Ann Wikoff

Sharon Ann Wikoff


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NOTE:  Although I had a wonderful 43.57 minutes with Vidya today, there were numerous technical difficulties.  My apologies! I could not call back into the program after being disconnected. Enjoy our 43.57 minutes together! Sharon Wikoff

​Are you being called to be a voice of change on the planet today? If so, perhaps you are a lightworker? A Lightworker is one called to bring their light/ gifts to the planet.  They come in all forms: healers, musicians, artists, doctors, moms, dads.  They support the shift taking place on the planet today in their own unique way.  

In this show, I will be interviewing energy worker and lightworker, Vidya Frazier, who has authored several books on the subject of ascension into the Fifth Dimension, which is the process of shifting rapidly into a higher, more evolved state of consciousness.  She describes in her books how this process of ascension is currently accelerating and is responsible for much of the chaos and breaking apart of society that is occurring – and also for the wonderful new awakening that is occurring across the planet. This view of current events is actually a very hopeful and optimistic one. We will discuss her most recent book, The Ascension Lightworker Guide: A Handbook for Weary Souls.   

Vidya Frazier is the author of three books on the subject of Ascension: Awakening to the Fifth Dimension, Ascension: Embracing the Transformation and Triumph of the Light. As an author, energy healer, and transpersonal psychotherapist, Vidya has offered workshops, classes and public presentations over the past forty-five years on a variety of subjects pertaining to spiritual awakening, drawing on sources from both the East and the West as well as her own inner journey.