What were you thinking about/feeling/doing prior to hearing the song? Taking note of that helps in interpreting song messages more easily and clearly. My interpretation though (Good song, BTW! Might add it to my playlist) for it is Vapula may be answering one of the questions from your original inquiry thread about her, the one wherein you’re asking about the most ideal offering for her. Simple: she “wants to be adored”. First, let’s discuss the lyrics. Keep in mind though, that I may be interpreting it differently from online sources talking about its meaning.
Taken from Genius (https://genius.com/The-stone-roses-i-wanna-be-adored-lyrics#note-1673004):
I don’t have to sell my soul
He’s already in me
I don’t need to sell my soul
He’s already in me
- I’m interpreting it as there is no need to go to great lengths in giving her an offering or communicating with her throughout the working. Selling one’s soul is the common mainstream misconception about summoning and asking for a spirit’s help, and for Vapula to say that there is no need to do such, it;'s evident that she’s not requiring a huge and shocking sacrifice/payment from you unlike some spirits may be prone to do. She may also be telling you that you have already successfully reached and communicated with her or that she has already slowly but surely began a change within you to help you achieve your goal (the “already in me” part). Perhaps you may find a subtle shift in the way you’re studying or just life in general? I’m also taking it as to accept these changes as they come, patiently go with the flow—no overthinking or any extra thing/action needed. Or at least, for this moment since energies change.
I wanna be adored
I wanna be adored
- An obvious one about what she wants, but I’m taking it as not putting her on a pedestal or kissing up to her, simply more of thanking her or spreading her name, like what you’re doing now with your posts. Public recognition and pointing more people in her direction to be taught/work with her is the ideal offering. This makes more sense when you take note of the last chorus, wherein the lyrics are, “You adore me”. Again, no overthinking or going the extra mile needed for now. Continue with how you are connecting with her, whichever method you may be using, as well being as open as possible in receiving messages from her.
Now, let’s get to the structure and style of the song. The song begins with noises I interpret like that of a ringing in your ear, and this ringing can be subtly heard throughout the background. It sounds like the white ringing noise practitioners often report around here (similar to what I randomly experience too). Vapula may be calling your attention to develop and practice more of your clairaudience skills, or to simply pay closer attention to what you hear because auditory synchronicities are not limited to songs: you might get your next message from overhearing the news from the neighbor’s television or even a random snippet of a converstation, podcast, etc. The blurring of the white ringing noise, as well as the official artwork for this single (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Wanna_Be_Adored#/media/File:Iwannabeadored.jpg) being a mishmash of colors seems to emphasize your tendency to overthink about the working/this path. Are you making things more complicated than they really are? Or maybe Vapula is wanting you to pay attention to your life in general: is there something you are currently dealing with and you are aware of the solution, but you’re not heeding your intuition on what to do about it (blurred white noise) and you’re trying to cover it up with things that, while colorful and out there for someone/everyone to see and maybe even approve of, does not really align with who you truly are or your goal to learn and better yourself (the jumbled artwork)?
The intro noise for the song also sounded like someone starting up a car to me, getting ready to begin the day and all that. The sense of normalcy and day-to-day I was getting from it tells me that Vapula may already be involved in your day-to-day progress and might even stick around to either observe or guide you in the mundane things you do.
The song itself is very simple, with verses being repeated and only a few additional lines being added by the end (which are simple too). My interp for it is transparency, clarity and straightforwardness from Vapula: if she confirmed the first time that she’d help, she will. Period. The song’s style could also stand for her personality: gentle, not overly chatty but communicates clearly what’s necessary and the willingness to listen (the frequent instrumental breaks between the simple lyrics).
Furthermore, we may also look into numbers if you want more info: the song lasts for 4 minutes and 53 seconds. Do these numbers have personal significance to you? How about if we add them together: say 4 + 5 + 3 = 12 or 5 + 3 = 8. Do you attribute a spiritual meaning to these numbers? Or maybe they’re among the repeating numbers you’ve constantly seen in the past? If not applicable, you can simply search for info about the spiritual meaning of these numbers and try to see which one resonates with you during the time you heard that song.
My last interp for the entire song could simply be Vapula calling you, er, out. Sometimes they do have a habit of doing that: with the experience you shared, could it be Vapula is shedding a light on your need to be “adored” by others, and how this might unconsciously impact how you value and look at yourself as a whole? The traditional meaning of the song, as well as the official music video seems to mock the constant human desire to be looked up to and “adored” by the majority. While I’m not getting that Vapula is mocking you, not at all, I feel as if she’s urging you to take a look at how you’re letting the people in your life affect you. Take what resonates of course, but a word of advice: just because other people or certain circumstances reject you does not mean you have to reject yourself as well.