We have all had experiences with feeling unaccepted. If I may, I’d like to offer my humble advice that may bring healing to your heart, mind, and soul as it did for me in a recent situation.
When faced with unacceptance or a sense of not belonging, try meditation (even if you don't think you know how) to search for an answer to what is causing the feeling. You don't need any fancy postures, just sit quietly. While in your silence, set an intention: “Why do I feel this way?” and wait for an answer to come to you. It will come in the form of a thought or possibly even words. You may be reminded of a past hurtful situation from which you are now ready to heal or you may realize there's a personal change you need to make.
After learning what has caused the feeling, move to your next question. “What can I do to get past this feeling?” Again, ideas and solutions will come to you. Write them down. Work through them. Be in your POWER.
If you do not receive input, set a strong intention for the day: “Please show me why I feel this way.” Continue to sit in this unpleasant energy throughout your day. Then watch for signs — synchronicities — to show up in your line of focus that will provide guidance. Now bring it one step further and intent: “Please show me what I can do to heal from this feeling and prevent it from happening again.” Be completely present while you watch for possible synchronicities and answers.
Creative Meditation and Manifestation is a beautiful process that definitively shows you that you are not alone or unaccepted, no matter how others may make you feel (or how you are perceiving a situation). You may feel different because you *are* different and you want to be! Let your uniqueness shine and allow the creative “you” to come forward in all its glory! You are one of God’s children and you are loved and accepted more than you know.
You can learn more about manifesting your beautiful life in my book "Creative Meditation and Manifestation: Using Your 21 Innate Powers to Create Your Life"
Stay in your POWER. — Much love, Amara