Maybe it was the nomadic lifestyle my parents were able to provide me with, but home never felt like a place I'd ever been to. Instead, whenever the stars were out, I would turn my face up to the skies with a longing in my heart and a whisper of a feeling that told me I wanted desperately to go home. But where exactly was home?
As I get older and create roots here on earth I do feel less and less homesick. I still search the stars at night though, they still bring me comfort. Particularly the stars within the Orion constellation, I feel joy whenever I see him up above. I'm pretty sure I've spent a lifetime or two or three up there in Mintaka! I've read it was a beautiful water world, which explains my pull to oceans, rivers, lakes and any bodies of water really. I find them to be so healing and soothing. When I see any bodies of water, I can close my eyes and imagine myself gliding through it, swimming gracefully under the surface. I can easily imagine how it would feel and what it would look like perfectly!
I've accepted that while I'm here on earth, doing this humaning business there is no returning to Mintaka, those stars or that home. But I find comfort in believing that the stars where I come from, they are a part of me, they live within me and in that sense, I am always home. And home is me. <3
I just have always felt known I don’t belong here since I was old enough to talk I’ve been saying thatAs a child I told my mother my home was a specific star in the sky. When I travelled, and stepped on the grounds in Scotland I felt like I'd arrived home. Anyone else have these types of feelings
For the longest time I was drawn to South America - Peru and Chili. A lot of my 5-6th grade studies I dove deep into the culture and history of these countries. Inca culture specifically. Then I became hooked on Mayan culture in addition to already being super fascinated with Incas and Pre-Inca.
I was going to go there after I graduated from High School, but didn't raise enough money for the 3 month trip through a non-profit that went and helped build housing and such.
Now, I am more interested in off this planet locations.
I just have always felt known I don’t belong here since I was old enough to talk I’ve been saying that
I have never felt “at home” anywhere I feel like I came to the wrong planet like I incarcerated on earth but was aiming for marsHmmm...are you saying you feel like you're here by mistake or that you know your 'home' is elsewhere? There's a BIG difference and feeling like you 'don't belong' implies that everything here is all wrong for you. I would counter with - nope. You chose to be here so you DO belong but it may not be your home.
Hope that helps!