Starseeds: Hadarians

July 1, 2009 by  

This article about Hadarians is the second installment in the Starseeds series. For the basic info about what starseeds are, etc. please read the first article.  (Photo credit)

Hadar, the utopia of love

Hadar (also called Beta Centauri) was once the utopia of unconditional love, where everyone gave love freely without any expectation of payoff. It worked because everyone was doing so. Love was as natural part of Hadarian life as saying hello or breathing air is for us.

What I heard is that Hadarians wanted Earth to grow more in this wonderful energy of love. As I wrote in the article about Alpha Centauri, the Earth experiment hasn’t been working as it was expected, and Hadarians wanted to help in their own way. They started to shine the beacon of love to Earth.

By doing so, however, Hadar received unwanted attention from the negative soul group, which eventually invaded Hadar. Many Hadarians came to Earth captivated by the negative soul group. I say “many” because there seem to be some Hadarians who escaped this tragedy and came to Earth on their own, often via Alpha Centauri.

Unlike Alpha Centaurians, Hadarians don’t seem to remember the star travel, perhaps due to the passive and traumatic nature of the travel. Yet, the story of invasion and enslavement seem to sound oddly familiar to them. Many Hadarians replay the scenario in their personal lives by getting into abusive relationships. And this world on Earth feels so savage to Hadarians.

Hadarians’ ideal

Love, of course. I think Hadarians dream of the second utopia of love on this Earth. And although the development of such utopia may not be straightforward, I like the idea — we are creating the New World and love is the basic principle.

During the phone session of my Akashic Record Reading, Hadarians seldom talk about their work. Achieving success as an individual is probably not a significant part of Hadarian life. What Hadarians want is to have loving connections. Because we spend so much time at work, if they can do this through work, that will be great. If not, they seek the loving connections elsewhere, through community service, hobbies, and friends and family.

Hadarians’ gifts

Again, the biggest gift Hadarians bring to this world is the energy of love. Can’t have too much love, right? Love connects us beyond the illusion of separation. Love is creative energy.

Now some of you may think love is simple and, if that is the main gift Hadarians bring, Hadarians are not much to talk about. Hadarians’ uncalculating, warm disposition may even promote such low esteem. But don’t underestimate the potential of Hadarians.

Hadarians are intelligent in their own way. They are often empaths to the psychic level — they can sense the energy of people, things, and places very well.

Hadarians can even bend time to their advantage. When a Hadarian really needs to get things done in tight timeframe, they will — because they can stretch time. It’s not something they do intellectually — they just do it. I heard this is something we all can do, or learn to do, but Hadarians are natural experts.

Hadarians’ challenges in loving relationships

Hadarians don’t get into relationship problems. Hadarians get into problematic relationships.

When someone doesn’t love back, most people step back and leave. Not so with Hadarians. Hadarians seem to think, “Oh, look, he / she must be the very person who needs MORE love!” And they stay in unfulfilling relationships for a long time. They may even put up with abuse. It takes a long time for many Hadarians to finally figure out that they need to love themselves first.

But, wait, even with positive souls, Hadarians may have unique issues in their social life. First, Hadarians are a bit shy or even aloof when it comes to making new friends. Again, this world is savage for Hadarians, the soul level memory of being taken advantage of is so painful, that Hadarians find it hard to simply open up. It is the contradiction the loving Hadarians carry.

Then, once Hadarians open up, they do. Friends probably feel like extended family for Hadarians. In other words, personal boundary must be a foreign idea for Hadarians.

I once received a phone call at 6 am from a client who is Hadarian. It wasn’t anything urgent — she just wanted to share something that came to her after reading my report. Aaaaaagh! I care deeply for my clients, but at 6 am, I’m in my own dream land. . .

Hadarians’ challenges in career and finance

I guess it is about finding the work that appeals to them — that is, the work that put them in loving relationship with others. Hadarians are not necessarily big on entrepreneurship. However, because most corporate environments are becoming increasingly dry and inhuman, many Hadarians are frustrated and looking for alternative ways to make their living.

I don’t have much to say about Hadarians’ finance. Not that Hadarians are no good at making money — the Law of Attraction works on the energy of feelings and imaginations, and Hadarians are excellent at these. The thing is Hadarians don’t seem to aspire to make much money . . .

Hadarians’ role on Earth

And that leads to Hadarians true challenge: to get comfortable using their power. At this time, many Hadarians are disempowered. The victim mentality and slave mentality I wrote in the article about Power apply to many of them.

To create the New World, however, we need to get up and use power, not just embracing one another with love. Of course, I don’t mean power such as violence. I’m talking about the power of free will.

When Hadarians start doing this, they will be a critical part of the New World, which is based on the integration of male and female principles. In other words, when Hadarians’ flowing love becomes their power as well, they will be the leaders of their own right.

Just because Hadarians were brought to Earth forcefully doesn’t need to mean they cannot be happy here. I look forward the advancement of many Hadarians.

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18 Responses to “Starseeds: Hadarians”

  1. DivineOne on July 2nd, 2009 8:49 pm

    Great article! It seems that Hadarians are accustomed to being in the shadow, working behind the scene and tend to forget about themselves. Achieving success as an individual is probably not a significant part of Hadarian life is perhaps the reason of their sense of oneness. They also probably feel a sense of urgency that they are here to be part of the transition to the new world. It seems that the power of unconditional love is being underestimated and they are here to be sort of example although not an easy role in this volatile world.

  2. akemi on July 3rd, 2009 6:12 pm

    Thank you. I appreciate your comment so much. It’s important to learn from all these soul groups, and I believe each group contributes to the New World in a unique way.

  3. Indira Haracic on July 5th, 2009 4:57 pm

    Great article, thank you. It helped me to understand the most sensitive aspects of my relationship with “Draconians” (my mother) and the need to use this lifetime to heal it. Thank you for the insights.

  4. Andrew Gubb on July 20th, 2009 5:58 pm

    I identify a lot with this… I think I came from a better place, anyway, because I never expect people to be cruel and it really confuses me.

    Though I somehow don’t feel quite like I am one. I suppose there are other utopian worlds I could have come from?

  5. akemi on July 21st, 2009 7:34 am

    Hi Andrew,
    Welcome back ^_^ Yes, there are other “better” places, not just Hadar. I will be writing about them.
    I think many starseeds find this Earth to be a savage, primitive place.

  6. Gil on August 8th, 2009 7:32 pm

    I believe the challenge facing all star seeds at the current unfolding moment involves remaining connected and centered within the river of universal light flowing through our core as we bear witness to unfolding great changes for humanity on all levels. For all star seeds, I feel it imperative to always affirm 24/7 protection, that our given paths may be fully illuminated to afford safe passage across all times and spaces of our individual life journeys.

    As Hadarians, love expands within us and emanates through our presence such that others who are open may attune to their own sacredness and unfold accordingly. Our smile transformed worlds before – and transforms worlds again. Be not discouraged by any disruptive Draconian attempts to flow love backwards upon this world contrary to the order of natural design. Instead, during any moments of difficulty, retain your vision focused ever upwards towards the heavens, knowing as light resolves shadow into wholeness, that universal truth, fellowship, and love will prevail as our destiny.

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  8. akemi on August 11th, 2009 6:47 am

    Hi Gil,
    Good point about self protection for lightworkers. I wrote an article about it, too –it’s here for those interested. I also like what you have to say about light resolves shadow into wholeness.

  9. Mokihana on August 13th, 2009 8:51 am

    Hi Akemi,

    These star seed articles are excellent ‘food’…low in calories, high on energy for the heart and soul. ;) I just read your essay on the Pleiadians and it was such powerful and insightful information. Like you pointed out of all the star seeds the Pleiadian channels have been most prolific. I have read several books in the past at very key times of my life after the Pleiadians, and for the Hawaiian, the star system is a very valued system for navigation.

    After reading the Pleiadian essay I began catching up on all the other star seed descriptions, and made the loop back here. What is most valuable for me is to REMEMBER how important it is for young souls like me a NIHAL to do the self protection practices daily. In my earliest reading with you I began aware of ‘anger spears and compassionate connections’ both of which can drain the light.

    I feel and sense the value of your message, and the timeliness of this ‘self protection’ as I care for my fresh (and vulnerable) your soul. Thank you, Akemi.

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  11. akemi on August 15th, 2009 10:35 am

    Yes, self protection and clearing are critical. I’m glad you are taking care of yourself.

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  14. David Topí on December 17th, 2009 2:22 am

    Hi Akemi,
    your starseeds articles are amazing, I have one “petition” should one day you find the time to do so, will you write about “orions”? I am deeply curious lately about them, whatever the reason may be :-)

    .-= David Topí´s last blog ..More about the Gateway Experience =-.

  15. akemi on December 17th, 2009 8:58 am

    I will be writing about Mintakans who come from one of the star in the Orion constellation.
    This starseed thing is interesting, isn’t it?

  16. Emrana on May 25th, 2010 3:10 pm

    THANK YOU for this. I finally know where I came from. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.

  17. Chantell on October 8th, 2010 2:20 pm

    Thank you Akemi for your wonderful insights!

    I recently learned that I came from Hadar. I often wondered why since I was a child, I felt “out-of-place” here on Earth. I thought it was my imagination. The feeling of coming from the Hadarian world seems real to me and makes so much sense.

    I often look up at the stars and immediately sense a wonderful feeling of home. Perhaps I am looking for Hadar while capturing that feeling of oneness and love.

    Are there Hadarian groups out there?

    Thanks again :)

  18. janie on May 28th, 2011 7:28 pm

    finally!, a place to call home in the midst of this chaotic world – kind souls reunite!