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Love will come to you…

…when the time is right. True love.

It took me many years of learning, dreaming, self work and even when Tim came into my life it took another 1.5 years when we finally truly committed, knowing that we wanted a life together.

I can tell you that even if not every day is without misunderstandings, every day gets better.

It was a long time coming but the time did come. And I do believe that there is the perfect person for each of us out there.

Nevertheless, we have to stop desiring that the person has to be perfect. S/he should be allowed to be imperfect. Have flaws, make you scream at times.
If we want the other person to accept us as who we are, we gotta give the other person the chance to be her/himself without the desire to change him/her.

Appreciate those little imperfections. It’s those that you would miss most, those that make the person special.

You don’t want to have a robot and you don’t want to have a person who is only strong and flawless. Wouldn’t that be kind of boring?

Don’t you want to discover each other? Talk about the past, get to know each other and have days where one of you is weak and needs comfort?

True love accepts the past without bringing the past into the present or future.

It’s true understanding of the other person that will bring you as close as two people can be.

Don’t listen to friends or family when it comes to matters of the heart. Let them be there for you when you need to talk and let them show you their perspective, but in the end it’s only about what your heart truly feels.

Not your ego or your mind, your heart.

Your intuition will guide you when you are on the right path.
Love will come to you when the time is right.

So give it a chance when it knocks on the fortress of your heart and let it in.

Whoever sees something special in you is worth exploring.

You will see that this journey never ends.
But it starts with you. And you alone!

 

La Ara

The Goddess – and mens’ fear of strong women…

I used to look at the women, the main characters in movies, shows and books, the ones that got to be with the men they loved – at least at the end.

I always wondered what it was that made them a queen, a star, a beautiful, fully present divine feminine goddess!

I spent many years of research on the divine masculine and the men who are not stepping into their power – who may want to but in the end don’t do the work which leads to fear of “strong women” (my finale in psychology was “Mens’ fear of strong women”, including a book that was written by a german (male) psychotherapist with the same title).

One of the most important and powerful messages I found – and this goes out to men and women – is:

DON’T YOU DARE COMPARE YOURSELF WITH ANYONE ELSE.
The main character tries to fit in and follow rules, but only when s/he has learned that s/he has accept her/his uniqueness, will s/he be magnificent and the other person will want to be with her/him – before that, drama happens – anger, pain, inner and outer conflicts…

Now back to the fabulous females amongst us…

The goddess-queen is she

who accepts her crown and her glory.
who demands respect – not to be treated in an unrespectful way…
whose eyes glow with inner fire
who always speaks from the heart and whose heart is pure
who steps into the responsability of being herself
who walks her own path
who has no desire to compare herself to anyone else
who shines her inner light of peace into the world
who is not afraid to manifest and make the world her own
who loves her body fully – no matter what shape and form it has
who loves herself unconditionally – this is the only way to love anyone else limitless…

Men who are afraid of strong women are the ones who feel inferior – who want to rule women – live traditonally like a few hundred years ago: women are only meant to be in the kitchen and take care of kids – while men work and bring money home.
Men who are afraid of the new and who are not able to be vulnerable (which is true strength).
Those men are the ones who used to hide in churches as priests and would say that women (“witches”) seduced them and had a contract with the devil – who was a male of course and was controlling of them 😛

More will be said, but that is it for right now.

Dear Gods and Goddesses!

SHINE!

Spread the love
Be role models – don’t wait for other god/desses to wake up!

YOU are the ones who change your world within – which will lead to a world of peace!

And so it is! So ham.

La Ara
fellow-goddess and lover of this truly incredible world!!!