What an indigo child or empath would say to “grownups”

“Don’t lie to me.
Don’t tell me you are fine when you are about to cry…
Don’t smile at me with your clown -like smile when you are filled with anger and pain.

I am an empath, I feel your lies. The worst ones are the ones when you lie to yourself…
I feel your pain and the tears you never cried because you never knew how to show them.

When I walk into a room filled with people, I feel so many emotions coming towards me that I can no longer discern if they are mine or come from others around me.

Be gentle with my soul.
I haven’t learned to filter yet.
In a world that is filled with distractions, radiations and billions of thoughts, I have learned to shut down, so I could function in a world where superficial life is top priority.
But I have paid the price with emptiness.

Let me find my own voice again by seeing you do the same.

You confuse me with daily masks, daily lies and smiles that are not truthful, rather a weapon to show the world that you are OK.

But OK is not what life is about… I want you to be real, true, honest.
If I did a mistake in your eyes, tell me, don’t swallow and burst another time when I thought you are alright with me… I may have gotten used to your lies and think you didn’t know any better.

So please don’t smile at me when your inside world is filled with tears…”


I am an empath and a grownup indigo child myself… but I have learned to be focused and at the same time be open to receive any message that is important for me – or someone else. So I talk from my own experience and memories.

As for whoever reads this:

If you have a young child in your midst, or know of a young adult/teenager who is very sensitive, don’t put it into the category of autism, asperger or unsocial… this world easily likes to put people into categories, when in truth we are all different and can’t be compared!!!

Young people have it very hard because there is too much polution going on (and I don’t mean us polluting nature, it’s more of the pollution of the mind)

Think 1000 times, before you give any child/grown up medicine – it destroys the specialness around this person and makes it feel numb and cold in a world that should be filled with love…

 

La Ara

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