Tag Archives: Transformation

And suddenly you realize that it is okay to not love everyone

It is okay to love yourself more than a toxic relationship with ‘friends’ or ‘family ‘.

You don’t need to try to fix everything.

Sometimes people need to leave your heart so you can make room for new people, but most and for all, you need to make room for yourself.

If you spend all your life thinking about how to make life better for others, you have no time and space for the love you need for yourself.

The truth is that there is only one person you live with from the beginning to the end – and that is you.

If you don’t put yourself first, what does that say about the relationship to the most important person in your life?

Love yourself.

Live a life that fulfills you, a life that makes you feel rich in your soul.

Everyone around you will be happy if you make yourself first priority because that means they have a happy person surrounding them.

And happiness is contagious…

If you allow yourself to be happy, you allow everyone else to be happy, too.

Ideally there will be no gossip or ill wishes towards others.

You won’t find the time to focus on negativity.

There will be no hurting someone else,

No pain inside because you transformed it into something good.

We all have our days where we feel less ourselves than usual and that is okay, too, because Loving yourself means accepting yourself as who you are.

This way you can love everyone else the way they are, too.

It is okay not to love everyone.

Let them go and wish them well.

They don’t live your life, they don’t have your dreams.

But most importantly, if they don’t love you as you are it means they don’t love themselves in the first place.

So forgive them and walk away – the right people will stay with you because they can’t imagine a life without you.

La Ara

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

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!!!