All my life I have been different. I was adopted at the age of 5 and raised in a Christian home, but I never really felt like I fit in. I always chalked that up to being adopted. When I was 7 my mom found me talking the the flowers in her garden. I tried to explain to her that I was listening to nature, but she didn't understand and I spent years in psychiatry. As I entered my adolescent years, I began to question the things that I had been raised to accept as true. Why were they true? Were they true because they always had been or were they true because believing they were true made them so? My parents responded by sending me to a Christian boarding school. The four years that I spent there led me to suppress my individuality and outwardly express the accepted view. As I became an adult, I explored many religions including Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Wicca. I found that none of these were a fit for me and I rejected organized religion. For several years I struggled with my rejection of organized religion and my belief that the world was much bigger and more intricate than we could comprehend. Recently, I began dating a man whose mother is an intuitive. Initially I rejected the importance of this based on my upbringing and my reluctance to accept my uniqueness. In talking with this woman over the last two years, I have begun exploring my spirituality more in depth. I recently discovered and embraced an animal totem that helps center me spiritually, emotionally, and physically. I also had my aura read. I was told that I have an indigo aura with a red overlay that has been hindering me from achieving my full potential. I was a little skeptical at first, but the more reading I do, the more I become convinced that only by embracing my inner spirituality and my true nature will I achieve my life's purpose. I have experienced such a feeling of relief just from the acceptance of my unique nature and the realization that I am supposed to be different.
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