By admin on 26 July 2017 in Our APP

Waiting for a late guest I sit on the porch. Terra Nova Center is sleeping. It is pitch dark, a candle is burning on the table in front of me. I muse on the beauty of life as a human being.

Throughout my childhood and adolescence I feel a burning desire to experience what it is like to live a life as a normal person. A “normal” life. Now I know I’ll never be normal.

That is not necessary and… what is normal? Trust me, I tried it when I was younger. To blend in, to be like all the others. To be accepted by the people around me.

I remember the frustration I had when that didn’t work out again. No matter how hard I tried, no matter how hard I tried, I was always different. A special one, an odd one out. Often I was afraid of being left out. To be evicted. At school I acted tough so as not to be considered a brute. In company I had a big mouth so as not to stand out. I was afraid… terrified of falling by the wayside. And that fear drove me into a “normal” life. Just act normal, you’re already crazy enough. I had jobs that didn’t suit me and married a woman I would never be happy with. I pretended to be different than I was. Tougher, more stable, bigger. I pretended to love football too. As if I thought it important to join the conversation about the news. As if I also thought it important what stock exchange did. As if it mattered to me how I performed in my work. It was a big farce. Football really didn’t interest me at all and I couldn’t keep up with the stock market at all. Never mind that I cared about cars, or what was on TV last night…

But it helped me to feel one with everyone else. Not to be the odd one out. To feel accepted and valued. Fortunately, I was able to put that time behind me. Today I embrace being different. I’m just an outsider. I am sensitive and vulnerable. Today I know that there are many like me. And that we are strong together. A big part of my current existence is about helping awaken others who are like me and who still live in the lie. Helping them see that they can actually embrace their differentness. Lightworkers are different from Earth souls. Not better, or less, but different. We are born that way.

My love goes out to all those lightworkers who are different just like me. Who are left out and fighting to be accepted. To be normal. While that is not necessary. My heart goes out to all those souls. And I wish them all that they have embraced them differently. That they stop doing the things they really don’t have to do in this life. That they give up the job they actually have out of fear of being left out and start doing what lightworkers have to do: Namely facilitating the consciousness shift of humanity from the 3rd to the 5th dimension. Shine light in the darkness. Serving Mother Earth in her ascension process and reducing suffering until harmony is established in the world. I grant them that they listen to their soul that tells them through their soul desires and passions what they do come here to do. That they give in and that they may experience the same fulfillment as I have experienced in recent years. If you are such a person. If you always feel different and try to blend in and be accepted with all your might, I have the following loving message for you:


And do what you came here on earth to do. Stop pretending to be a ‘normal’ person, with a normal job and normal behaviour, normal standards and values ​​and a normal, especially non-floating, lifestyle. You are different. Probably even different from your parents and your brothers and/or sisters. You are a unique person who walks his or her own path. You don’t like display of power, arrogance, ego behavior and authoritarian people. You are a born helper who actually likes nothing more than to help others, humans and animals. You are spiritual and you are attracted to awareness. You may not really feel at home on Earth at all, an odd one out. You hate aggression against people, nature and animals and you stand up for the weak. However you appear, you are likely to be meek, sensitive, and empathetic. Often a conditioned mask has arisen over it in the course of your life. But you know perfectly well that’s not who you are. You easily pick up the energies and emotions of others and as a child you were already a dreamer, an idealist, a do-it-yourselfer in the making. If you recognize yourself in the above, there is a good chance that you are a lightworker.


It is so nice to realize that you have been living in the 5th dimension for a long time. But that you behave in a 3rd dimension way to be accepted! What would it be like if you admitted that you are different. If you shook off the 3rd dimension and realized yourself in the vibration of consciousness you already have.


You can come out for your spirituality.

You are allowed to show your gifts and higher abilities.

You can talk about your past lives.

You can heal people.

You can go on the barricades to help Mother Earth and nature.

You can totally have your divine ze

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