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I Feel Very Alien


I want to start by saying hi to everyone. I hope things are going well for all of you.

I found this forum by googling "I don't feel human". There was a post here by someone who mentioned their experiences, and the way they don't feel human, and even have a sort of longing to "go home". I really related to this person's story.

I've felt different my entire life, but the feeling of being almost a different species has become impossible to ignore in the last few years. I'm 40 and male, and I live on the west coast of the US, in a very rural area. I feel extremely out of place in the small town I live now, but I feel out of place among the human race in general.

I'm reluctant to tell other people this, because it can come across as my being arrogant or vain, but I feel like I'm one of very few people awake, in a world of sleep-walking automatons. I just don't understand how people can be so thoughtless and such slaves to consumerism (at least here in the first world).

This feeling of being so different and alien has become very painful for me. I have a very hard time relating to most people, because I don't care about the things they like to talk about. I believe there are a lot of troubling things occurring in the world now, and most people seem to want to ignore them--but I don't.

I've never done well with romantic relationships either, because I find it so hard to meet women who understand me, and can deal with me. I have a tremendous, almost super-human amount of energy, and my mind never tires. I'm too much for most people.

Right now I feel almost completely alone, with only one or two people I even care to talk to, and these people aren't all the way like me, in the way I'm describing.

I've always been extremely skeptical, and to be honest, it wasn't until very recently that I opened my mind to the possibility of psychic/paranormal phenomena. I've done a lot of research on the topic, and have done a lot of reading related to psychology, metaphysics, physics, and esoteric and occult teachings. I've found some great literature, though Carl Jung and PD Ouspensky have been my favorites.

My own strange experiences have been related to my sense of time, and the deep and sometimes overwhelming empathy I have for other people and animals, and along with that an intuition allowing me to sense things about people and animals (usually related to their emotions). All of these have become much more developed in the last year or so.

I started experiencing undeniable synchronicity a few months ago. I mean, too many of what appear to be coincidences to be pure chance. These periods of synchronicity seem to come and go, usually lasting a few days.

The largest number of my experiences are related to this intuitive sense of time I seem to have. Many mornings I cook brown rice, and set the timer for 43 minutes. Then I usually read while waiting for the rice to cook. I don't know how many times I've gotten up without thinking about it, and walked into the kitchen at the exact time the timer started going off.

Also, I spend a lot of time working on computers, and frequently go off to do something else. I'd say that two out of three times I return at the exact moment the computer monitor is going into power-saving mode.

I haven't worn a watch for years. I don't have to stick to a very tight schedule, so I'm usually not that concerned about the time. But I'd say that at least once a day I pick up my iphone to use it, when the time is either 3:14 (pi) or 4:20. I know that might sound funny, but it's rare for this not to happen at least once in a day (I am 420 friendly).

The strangest phenomenon related to time is when there are two clocks in the same room, for example a clock on the wall, and the timer on a microwave. Almost without fail anytime there are two clocks in the same room as me, the seconds synchronize perfectly. So each tick sounds at the exact time a number changes on the microwave timer.

Also, in another room there's a clock on the wall and a computer that stays on most of time (though the screen is often off). A red light on the computer that indicates hard-drive activity blinks as the result of some automated task the computer is doing, but I notice that this synchronizes with the clock on the wall as well, most of the time.

I don't watch much television, but Jeopardy is one of the few shows I watch. I find that if I don't think about it, I can generally tell when a contestant hits a "Double Jeopardy", the instant they call the clue.

A few days ago while watching Jeopardy a little chant popped into my head. It seemed funny, so I said it out-loud. Then, the next clue came up, and was essentially the same thing as the chant that popped into my head. Right down to the animal and what it was doing.

As far as empathy goes, I've always been highly empathic. I'm always aware of the tremendous suffering occurring in the world, and very bothered by it. I know that humans are responsible for the high majority of it, and I resent them for it as a result. There are times I outright hate the human race for the suffering it causes, mostly in its willful blindness and unconsciousness.

I've always been very good at sensing the emotions of other people and animals. Even as a kid I seemed to be able to tell what other people and animals were feeling. I never considered this to be the result of any psychic abilities; more just the above-average awareness I had. But I've had some experiences in the last few years that seemed a little more psychic or paranormal.

I met two women, one two years ago, and another one year ago, who were able to sense something about me, without my giving them any clues. I was in a bar each time, and I was about as happy as I ever get, since I was drinking and (had been) smoking weed. But even in such a state, each of these women were able to sense the sadness in me. Each of them tried to assure me that everything was going to be okay. They seemed to be very bothered by the sadness they could sense in me (even though I wasn't feeling it at the time). One of them even cried on my behalf, she was so bothered by what she could sense. And again, there was no outward reason for them to believe anything was wrong with me. I didn't feel at all sad at the time.

A few days ago I met up with someone I know who suffers from pretty severe mental illness, including debilitating depression. I'd been talking to him for quite a while, and I was naturally moved by our discussion. But then we went for a drive, and as he began to tell me a story, I felt something really strange, and bad happening inside of me. It was mostly in my stomach region. It was just a really, really bad feeling, and one I've never felt before.

I noticed at the same time that he appeared to be feeling better, and more than he had up to that point. It almost seemed as if I'd taken part of what he was feeling from him (though I didn't try to). It stuck with me for quite a while, but did eventually go away.

And finally, I have a very special way with dogs. I love dogs, and dogs love me. This will sound weird, but I get the sense that dogs were put on the earth for a special reason. It's a very strong sense or intuition that dogs in some way are almost carrying out a mission, or a duty, but they're suffering in doing so, and I feel that it's important for me to always remember this.

Anyway, my reason for sharing this (and sorry for the excessive length), is in hopes of finding other people like me, because honestly, I feel so alone and alien right now that I don't know what to do. I'm having a very difficult time even thinking about the future.

I'd greatly appreciate any thoughts or ideas you might have to offer.

Thanks, and all the best!

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jarkri (1 stories) (1 posts)
7 years ago (2017-11-10)
You are not alone. I have always felt like I don't belong in this world and I could never quite put my finger on why I feel that way.

I have come to realize that people with psychic abilities scare most other people. We can't tell others everything we experience or they find us crazy and creepy. This in my case includes my own family.

We understand a lot more than an average person. Our viewpoints are different. We feel more. It is hard to truly connect with others with that being the case.

People are also intimidated by us for a variety of reasons. Because we can sense things and judge things for what they truly are even if someone wants to wear a mask and hide intentions. They don't like any threat to their made up reality and that is what we pose.

I found that being alone makes me happiest. Which is sad since I long to be truly connected to others. I just don't really connect. Help who you can with your skills and avoid negative people.
Alumetta (2 posts)
7 years ago (2017-07-12)
Our souls reincarnate many times. You likely had your first incarnations on another planet and chose to come to earth for some hard lessons. There are many like you:)
Greggb (6 stories) (25 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-15)
AnneV, it almost scares me to know there's someone who thinks so close to the way I do. I've been called a cynic and a pessimist many times before. But then, I ask, what good as has all this unrealistic optimism done for us?

Mankind's propensity for turning blind eyes has resulted in disaster after disaster. Take the case of the Titanic. It's unsinkable. Well, since it can't sink, there's no point in getting carried away with the lifeboats, eh? Just sit back and enjoy the ride, knowing nothing bad can happen...

I've been posting in a lot of places and I can't remember what all I've said, and where I've said it, so hopefully I'm not repeating myself. But if you look at the Big Picture of Life on earth, you'll see that every species was engineered with the goal of thriving. Species have been succeeding in that goal for a long time, like in the case of the cockroach, the crocodile, shark, snake, etc. And it was all fine and well for those species to thrive. May they thrive to the ability of their habitats to sustain them...

Then along came a certain bipedal primate with opposable thumbs. And among those hairless apes, every 1 in 100,000, or maybe 1 in 1,000,000, happens to be very intelligent and figures out how to put those opposable thumbs to use in ways to give him or herself, and all of the other hairless apes, a serious advantage, and conquer nature.

Next thing you know there's 7 billion of us, doing the same thing, more or less, that we've been doing all along: breeding. And now in the luxury our great technological advances have afforded us, we can build civilizations, and conquer civilizations, and round our own by the millions and slaughter them... And the possibilities just never end.

The success of every species up to this point has been measured solely in its ability to survive, and thrive. But now we're at a point where, in addition to being able to thrive, a species must be able to see the Big Picture, and understand the purpose of Life, and recognize an intelligence at work in the universe. This intelligence created Life and sculptured it throughout the ages; it progressed it, in the carrying out of a very specific purpose.

Collectively, the human race sorely lacks the ability to see the Big Picture. By its nature the human race only wants to thrive; it wants to increase its numbers, regardless of how long it will be able so sustain itself; with no concern for the fact that the resources it depends on (petroleum being a very critical one) are being rapidly depleted.

This tendency of the human race, to keep breeding, and advancing, with no thought of the future, is encoded in the human genome. It's human nature. No government ever formed has been able to battle this, and no government formed ever will be able to (and none of us would like that kind of government, so that's a good thing). You can reason with people all you want, but they're still going to keep on breeding, because that's their nature.

I don't think the human race has evolved at all. If anything we've devolved, especially if you consider the construction of the pyramids and other "Wonders of the World". They're called "wonders" because to this day, we have to sit and "wonder" what advanced technologies our ancient ancestors possessed, which make most of us look really stupid compared to them.

That said; I mean, the fact that our basic nature, allowing us to thrive, in some twist of fate, now threatens our very survival, I do believe there's hope. I mentioned this in another post, but we are starting to see people in possession of a more "global" or "universal" consciousness. Some great examples are The Buddha, Jesus, and in more modern times, Eckhert Tolle. These are people possessing a profoundly different consciousness, which is in accordance with the Grand Design.

The question, of course, is whether or not these higher forms of consciousness will be able to establish themselves here on earth and eventually eliminate greed, ignorance, unrealistic optimism, egotism, etc., giving us a hope for a future.

The realist in me isn't giving us high odds. Although, I don't believe that Life on planet earth was meant to stop, or halt in development here. It may take some doing, and I'm sure plenty of suffering, but I believe there will be an evolution in the human race, to a new species, who above all else, will live in accordance with Nature and the Grand Design.

Just my three cents...
Greggb (6 stories) (25 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-15)
Auralee, like you I don't believe I'm actually from a different planet. Though I recently read "The Wanderer's Handbook" and was blown-away by the stories of people who knew exactly what you and I (and others who've commented) are going through. I'll add that most of those people are very intelligent. They've recognized themselves as being very different, and I believe they subscribe to the idea of having a sort of "alien soul" the way other people subscribe to beliefs in God and other deities--as a way of making sense of it and putting things into perspective.

I believe in a higher power, though I'm still trying to figure out what to call it. I was born and raised a Christian and abandoned the idea of God being a spiritual being in some far-off place a long time ago. I've actually had to drop my use of the word "God" altogether because of the negative imagery it conjures as the result of my childhood.

My upbringing really soured me on the idea of God, religion, higher powers etc. For a long time. But here in the last few years I've become very spiritual, and now really want to get to know what most people call "God". I've studied Eastern Philosophy, Christian Mysticism, Occultism, etc. I feel like I'm getting close.

Not too long ago I had an epiphany, and became aware of a definite intelligence in the universe. For a long time I was a hardcore skeptic and refused to believe that Life in the universe was anything but accident. I won't go on as to how I know that's there's a definite purpose to all this, but I do. It gives me hope, which is something I've tended to lack throughout my life.

I don't know what my role might be in the Big Picture. When I think about the evolution of life on earth I sometimes see myself as less than a speck, considering how many trillions, and trillions of organisms have existed and contributed to the further development of life. I'm yet one more living organism...

In simply living we're all contributing to the further development of life, but the human race is at an unprecedented place on the evolutionary ladder. First, we've become so successful as a species that our success now threatens our survival. Second, members of our species are recognizing this, and feeling compelled to do something about it. Though, those of us recognizing it, and feeling compelled to do something about it, are in the vast minority. But I do see the existence of this small group as an indication of, once again, a definite intelligence in the universe.

Thanks for your reply!
Auralee (1 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-12)
I truly understand, what you are saying. My family for years has acknowledged I was different. I have had very odd things occur, the synchronicity of time happens to me all the time (no pun). I don't feel as though I am an alien, but I feel alienated from most people. It has taken years for me to make peace with who and what I am, and believe. Make peace, knowing you are different. My friends know me to be extremely good with animals, dogs adore me. It is as though I can feel their feelings. Thoughts.
I also feel people's energies, which lead me to believe I too am an empath. Sometimes it can be draining. I've had some amazing things happen, which I'd love to share in a journal someday. But I think my time is coming to a close...I've been studying aura, and practice yoga, connecting with a deeper sense of spirit. The world we are in, is sad... People appear to be getting dumber,,,,there are pockets of people that I feel are open, loving and spiritually attuned, but the divide is so wide.
I do believe in God, a higher power... I believe in angels, spirit guides, and that heaven does indeed exist... Some how it all ties into being spiritually in tune with God...God, in itself is something for me, unable to describe, like we as people are standing so close to the painting we can't see the whole thing, only grasp a small part... I wish you peace, and love in your's hard being empathic.

I only recently have found that time with nature, my dogs and those that accept me, is what helps... Though I love God, I'd rather be in a kayak, on the water drifting through, seeing the trees, breathing fresh air, watching the blue sky, than in church. I love the stars, the moon, the dirt under my feet... I camp as often as we can... I try to plug in to nature... I love books, but people not so much.
When I feel their anger, I feel scared. When I feel their sadness I too feel sad. I sense darkness in spirit sometimes and it really unnerves me. I keep crystals on me, and a rosary, though I am not catholic. I practice" due no harm, "which if only all people could learn those three little words, there would be no hate, no trash, and maybe a chance for what's left of this world...

...I have small amount of psychic ability, like I can feel, an emotion of a loved one, long before I see them... I once had a reading done, that lead To a great deeper awareness for me, she said I should be a healer, because my light is so bright. I hope one day to work with dogs, abandoned ones...

Hope some of this makes sense, you are not alone, wishing you peace and prayers, as you navigate your way, learning to embrace your gifts, and differences, you are not alone.
PraveenNewman (3 stories) (34 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-11)
If you feel alien then add me in I think I am one of them for I see people from afterlife and talk to them. See you.
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
7 years ago (2017-04-07)
Like you, I've tried to emotionally and mentally work through this juggernaut. I can't count the 'new age' books, articles and posts about some dimensional shift, 2012, alien intervention (if I were them, I'd take one look and keep flying), and that all will be okay. This is my own website and I'm sure mostly considered 'new age' by many but I don't claim that humans will be saved by some super power and that we have no responsibility for our actions, or lack thereof. I've been told over and over that 'all will be fine' but 2012 has come and gone and I don't know about you, but I feel no differently now than I did 5 years ago. I perceive no shift energetically but I do see a shift in awareness from groups of people here and there, but is it enough? There is a strong reason why the scientist who set the Doomsday Clock have moved it closer to midnight than ever before, and I don't mean 5 years ago, but 3 months ago.

We have evolved in some ways. Women used to not be able to vote or have rights and slavery was common in many countries for most of history. London had horrid work houses and people might get their hand cut off for stealing bread (still practiced in some countries). We can collect herbs and worship who we want without the fear of being burned at the stake. People in developed countries are living better and freer than ever. What has 'de-evolved' is our treatment of the planet. I can't say everything will be hunky dory when there is a trash pile in the ocean the size of Texas, or that the rain forests have been reduced by 90%, or that extinctions are rampant, bee die offs, and the list just goes on and on. I can't understand why humans don't get that their petty dramas and differences are so minor and what good are they if there is not an inhabitable planet? This is like the person who slaves for money and fame, with no care to their personal development, just to realize they are dying and all that chasing of the material and self-aggrandization was so meaningless in the true scheme of things.

Sometimes I think we'll be 'lucky' and some super solar storm will knock us back to the dark ages (which it totally could) but even that brings no solace because I then realize that all those nuclear power plants across the world would melt down and we're dead from that. Recall that famous line, "This is how the world ends. Not with a bang but a whimper." It's staggering that we've not all jumped off the highest cliff around from the thought of it all!

Will brilliant leaders, engineers and problem solvers emerge in time? In total honesty, what can we do? I am starting to think that if there is no divine intervention of some type, all is lost and maybe you're right and the world will breathe a sigh of relief, but it will take many hundreds of years for it to recover from the imprint of humans.

The Native Americans prophesized what would happen down the road from the 'invaders', who they considered a greedy, non-sacred bunch, full of self-entitlement, exhibiting lack of respect for nature, and showing disdain for anything different from them that got in their way of so called progress.

You are right, we have not arrived as a species. Though we have consciousness and most want to do the right thing, the word cancer can't help but come to mind.

ThulsaDune (4 stories) (107 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-02)
Hi Greggb,
I feel like you and I are kindred spirits. I believe you and I are on the same wave length in many ways. You will understand what I am about to write.
First off I am glad that you are also out of the matrix and can see what is going on. There are many of us out here and we are like islands unto ourselves where we live. I will state with confidence that you have an above average IQ and have a hard time relating to and conversing with many people. You feel things with much more conviction and angst than the average person. You look at things going on around you and wonder why don't people wake up and change things. You feel and empathize much deeper with people who are wronged or taken advantage of by others.
You have the ability to predict what is coming or will happen to people in the future. Even though you try and warn them, they will ignore you. It is frustrating and you want to say I told you so, but then you come off as a know it all or arrogant.
You and I both know this simply isn't true but that is the way many people will perceive it. Don't lose heart, you are not alone. There are people who understand you and are just like you out here. We are the leaders that will be needed in the future to pick up the pieces and right the wrongs. I am positive that you also have the ability to discern between right and wrong and good and evil in an instant without debating the gray areas for 4 hours.
You may have several gifts or traits that you are improving on every day for a future reason. I think many of us are kind of a distilled or purified versions of ancient DNA. A kind of fail safe reboot for humanity. We are an awakening of a different version of humanity. A version able to step out of the herd and programming. We see things as they really are and are not brain washed by societal programming and indoctrination. Ancient man had a stronger bond with the world around him and was more religious in the way he approached things. Mankind understood that we could affect everything around us and create our own reality for the greater good of everyone. Now some of us look around and constantly ask ourselves, (can't they see what is going on) and why are they doing that? Don't lose faith we all see it as well as you do. Things are going to progress because they have to in order to bring about change. Many of us are are getting visions and messages of what is to come, but we cannot change it at this point in time. We can attempt to warn people or change their mind, but they have to want to listen.
It is hard to tell the truth when no one wants to hear it. Sometimes the truth is inconvenient or scary and who wants to deal with that.
Well I am going to cut this off now for everyone's sake. Just know that you are not alone.
Greggb (6 stories) (25 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-02)
A couple more things. The experience I described where I left my computer and came back just as the screen was shutting off happened while I was writing my last response. That is to say, I left the room and without ever once looking at a clock, came back exactly 10 minutes later (down to the fraction of a second).

Also, in regard to the experience with the severely depressed person, I think that was some kind of act of "active empathy". Without going into a lot of details, CG Jung describes a phenomenon where, in order for a psychotherapist to affect their patient, they must be affected as well.

First of all, I'm not claiming to be a psychotherapist, nor was I was trying to be a psychotherapist to the person I mentioned. But while we were talking a moment of deep understanding occurred. My understanding of the pain he was feeling created some of that pain in me. In understanding this person, it relieved some of his pain.

I can't explain exactly how, but it makes sense to me. A true and essential understanding of another sentient being facilitates an exchange of psychic energy, and this isn't optional.
Greggb (6 stories) (25 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-02)
Hey all, thanks for the great replies! I was a little nervous about coming back here and reading what people had written, but I was pleasantly surprised by the responses that were left. It's good to know that other people understand what I'm talking about. And statistically, quite a few more people read and related but weren't up to commenting. So we're not alone, and that's a good thing!

I would be interested in having more personal conversations with those of you who suggested it. I don't know how we might go about exchanging contact information, but I'm sure we can figure something out.

For now I'd like to make a few comments, some in response to the responses I received, and some in general.

Again, I want to say that I appreciate all the responses and felt like I could relate to each person who posted. But I suppose I identified most with AnneV's response, because I think we have similar philosophies about life.

I'm truthfully not very quick to get on board the idea of aliens and starseeds and things like that. My mind is open to the possibility, but I just haven't seen the evidence. Also, at the risk of sounding judgmental, I think often people want to see themselves as being "special", and sometimes wind up subscribing to theories making them special. I'm not saying this is what always happens, but I know it can happen, and as much as anything I want to be sure that my beliefs aren't influenced by my desire to feel special.

I don't have a lot faith in the human race. We don't learn from our mistakes, and we don't think, and we don't act when we know we should. We allow ourselves to be controlled; we almost beg to be controlled. And most of all we just go along with the crowd. The tendency to go along with the crowd is very powerful, and something I struggle with often. Most of the time the only way I can avoid the very powerful effect of the crowd is by avoiding the crowd altogether. I can find peace when I'm by myself, but when I'm around other people, I find myself inevitably sucked into their drama, against my will.

I think this can be explained by the fact that we're very social animals, and even realizing the folly in having this tendency doesn't eliminate it. To understand why we're this way, you need to look back to the days before civilization, when people lived in small tribes among very harsh and dangerous conditions. In those days social hierarchies needed to be structured in a way that there would be clearly defined leaders and followers. I believe this was necessary for survival at the time.

Fast forward to modern times, and our survival doesn't depend upon tyrannical rule. In fact, tyrannical rule threatens our very existence; the case of North Korea being a perfect example. But even though there's no longer a need for it, our basic nature creates the tendency for it to develop. There's a tendency for people to want to rise up and be tyrants, and there's a tendency for many people to want to submit to such tyrants. Again, this is the result of our basic nature, which is the result of our genetic makeup.

You know, 99.9% of all the species that have ever existed have gone extinct. At one point, there was a species of bipedal primates not too unlike us, who were at the top of the food chain. Though we don't know exactly what happened to them, it can be assumed that the emergence of modern man had a large part in their extinction.

We're very foolish to believe that we've "arrived" as a species. There's no logic suggesting that the evolution of life should end with, or be completed by the human race. Evolution has been a long, complicated process. It's been successful in developing a species very capable of thriving, and mastering its environment--the way we have.

I believe the next step in the evolutionary process is in the instillation of a sort of intelligence in a capable species, such as ourselves, allowing us to see the "big picture". The "big picture", I believe, is the "divine effort" (as Emerson called it) --it's what the sort of "force of life" has been aspiring to: beauty, and perfection, which I believe are synonymous with most people's concept of God.

A common belief among philosophers, even scientists, is that we're at the point in the evolutionary process where members of our species must become aware of the purpose of life, and evolution, and begin consciously participating in the process. It's like nature has taken us this far, and now it's up to us to continue. And this is where I start to get nervous, because I don't see this happening at the level it should be.

There are many examples of consciousness developing in individuals throughout the ages. But there are far more examples of unconsciousness, at levels affecting millions, and even billions of people (not to mention animals). And as AnneV mentioned, the level of technology we have now allows us to do devastating, long-lasting damage and threaten our own existence.

In short, I believe the human race is bound for extinction, and must go extinct in order for life to continue evolving. I don't think the kind of consciousness that needs to begin manifesting can manifest, as the result of the genetic makeup of the human race. I think it's possible for it to manifest, in certain cases, but it will always be greatly overpowered by the collective tendency of the human race to be unconscious.

I feel very much like I'm stuck on a train bound for a massive wreck. I believe the human race is headed for disaster, and like AnneV said, even if we can survive the next major disaster, we'll only continue creating disasters, and narrowly surviving them, until at last we create one we can't survive. And then I believe the earth will breathe a big sigh of relief.

So anyway, I just want to be upfront as far as my sentiment for the human race is concerned, and my philosophy and take on the whole situation. To be honest, I have no idea what my part is in all of this. I'm very skeptical, and I don't know what to do. Sometimes I feel like all I can do is watch, and enjoy myself as much as possible, but this is very difficult for me to do, and I feel like I should be doing something.

I'd love to chat with anyone who can relate to what I'm saying, but please expect me to be very skeptical about aliens, starseeds, etc.

Thanks for reading!
Klarlak (2 stories) (13 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-01)
Believe me I know how you exactly feel. But if you want details of things that happened to me please check posts on my profile page you may experience some of those too. If you want to talk about anything you can contact me, I won't judge you nut like others did me. I'm not going to let anyone feel that way.
gthlvrmx (64 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-01)
Hello again Greggb,

Also, you can search through Google the label "starseed". You may have had alien past lives and are now are experiencing a Earth human lifetime and feel like you don't quite fit in anymore. I also feel I am a starseed as well, and I have read that moldavite is a good crystal for starseeds. Just be aware that not all the information you find on the internet is true, or completely true. There is misinformation about many subjects so follow and listen to your intuition and heart.
ZiShu (129 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-01)
What if you aren't really 100% human? What if you are really part something else? What if your soul was originally an alien?
Do you find yourself looking at the stars a lot?

What you describe is a lot like how I feel. I don't exactly feel like an alien but I always felt different, not all human either. I agree with the whole consumerism or just materialism in general. Humans have been too distracted and stuck into all that. They won't grow until they can see the bigger world out there.
I have a friend that I've grown up with who is very "different". I wouldn't even say he's different like me yet he is. I always saw him as an "alien". People have always treated him badly because he was seen as too wierd, too "alien". It turns out there maybe a huge truth to that than people know. He has always been special even to the point he's been looked down upon but he trusts me the most along with one other.
Anyways I eventually find others like me, some from this site.
I'd like to invite you to have a more open chat that would allow me to talk more about personal things else where such as email (my profile) or whatever else methods.
I'm not the same person like I was 11 years back when I first began searching around here and it's sister site. I learned so much and feel I see the bigger picture and the rest of the universe. I'd like to share it with you and others that are interested.
gthlvrmx (64 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-01)
By the way, Greggb and others, sorry about the typos with the "clowns". I see it is happening to others too. I meant to say other words. Maybe it is an April fools joke?
gthlvrmx (64 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-01)
Hi Greggb,

You might be experiencing an awakening.

I suggest you get into the habit of daily psychic protection, so use White Light Shields. Google search them and the instructions will be found on Ama Nazra's page. You can also ask Archangel Michael, "Please put White Light Shields around me now, thank you." It will be done. Doing this will prevent you from taking on other peoples illnesses and negativity including emotions.

Whenever you do absorb someones emotion though, I suggest you imagine a ball of light at your feet and fill it up with all of the other persons emotions that you have with you into the ball of light. Once you are done, simply with your will power and visualization skills, push the ball into the Earth. You are basically grounding the emotion and energy and it will be turned into healing energy by the Earth. I hope that helps, empaths gotta help each other out.
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
7 years ago (2017-03-31)

You will get various responses because everyone is at different places in their development. Everything you say is "true". The world is careening into utter mayhem, as it has been all along but we now have toxic technology to make it worse (Fukashima, Gulf oil spill, etc.). People don't want to face this so they bury themselves in useless thoughts and activities. We are heading into annihilation. It will be just a matter of time before some epic plague, nuclear war, over population and pollution will do in the human race. You are an empath and suffer through your awareness and sensitivity. You are not alone and anyone who has a functioning cell inside their head should feel alien! But shockingly, few do.

With this said, we still don't know the true role of earth. Is it kindergarten for souls? Do we do all the dumb stuff here until we finally get it and gravitate to a higher realm? If it is for low level souls, then it is a necessary place. If there were no higher souls, including empaths, then there would be no true teachers, leaders and healers. It would be even more hellish than it is.

I vote, donate to earth and animal based causes, recycle, and all that, but like you, see the awful state of the world. Because of my extensive experience (like you, not wanting to sound vain) but I have seen the higher planes beyond the physical. I do believe that the soul evolves. You can believe anything you wish but keep exploring, learning and discovering. Your current synchronicities will develop into more until you too 'know'. Then you will come to realize that the earth will keep going where it is going and even if humans blow it up, they will reincarnate into another kindergarten.

So all you can do is be the best person you can be. Keep those dogs and other special things in your life so you don't drown in the darkness or be like that acquaintance of yours who is debilitated by depression and end up siphoning the energy off other beings - atrophy does exist but never forever. It is hard! I wrote an article under the Articles section about being an Empath and how to better cope with it.

Hope this helps.
Apriori (1 stories) (4 posts)
7 years ago (2017-03-31)
I can relate to a lot of what you are saying and feeling, is there any way I can get in touch with you?

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