Is being lonely, a sad thing?
Are you lonely? Do you love being lonely? When people hear about loneliness, they would instantly think of sadness. BUT WAIT. Being lonely does not mean being sad or emotional. Being lonely could me revitalizing, recharging, reflecting, and more.
Loneliness has nothing to do with how many people are around you. You might be surrounded with friends, but still feel lonely deep inside.
The most key thing about loneliness is to accept it and see what it tries to tell you. Stop trying to find what’s wrong with you, and start listening to what it has to say.
Remember that loneliness is not against you, it serves for your best interest.
That loneliness that you are feeling might have been serving you something that you are ignoring. It may be bringing you truths or lessons that will serve you on your way of becoming the best version of yourself.
Loneliness always tells us 5 important things!
5 Things That Your Loneliness Tells You
1. It leads you to the right relationships.
There comes a point in your life where, even while being surrounded by people like friends, associates, and even a romantic partner, you still feel lonely and incomplete. There is that lingering feeling of loneliness and disconnection.
We are all growing and sometimes we might grow apart. Sometimes people who were close to us might become what’s holding us down. Recognizing toxic situations where you no longer feel that you fit in must be examined.
Your loneliness might be empowering you to move away from negative influences of your current life, opening room for people who might be more compassionate, loving, supportive, compatible and in alignment with your real self.
While those folks hadn’t shown up yet, don’t lose your hope. They will start showing up when you make room for them and your vibrations are more aligned.
2. It brings your focus within.
Most of your life, you have focused your attention outside of yourself. Ego may have played a big role in your life, pushing your attention to physical things like money, looks, reputation, possessions, and many others.
But when loneliness hits you, nothing matters. Everything will look distant and unimportant, be it your big house, your job, or the people you have emotionally clung to.
Loneliness will ultimately guide you to your inward journey, towards the things that really matter to you. When you start to focus on your inward growth and inner work, a real transformation begins.
From being meek and mild mannered, you will find yourself independent, expressing your gifts and fulfilling your greatest passion and purpose. All these can only happen by looking inwardly.
3. It awakens your divinity and points to your purpose.
By starting an inward journey, you will find yourself faced with the loneliness of the soul. You will realize the core of why you feel lonely.
In fact, the main purpose of loneliness is to signal us that we turn our back on ourselves, on what really matters to us, on our purpose. This loneliness of the soul reminds you that Earth is not your true home. You then long to come home to a place somewhere else.
When your soul is awakened, it becomes conscious of the other levels beyond this physical level. It soon asks why you are here and how you might get to your ‘real’ home. This may cause a real grief for your soul, yet it’s the beginning of your awareness or soul awakening.
That’s when you realize that you are here on an adventure and you have a purpose. Being aware makes you access the other parts of YOU that remain dormant, to know yourself fully and become aware of your purpose.
4. It reconnects you to spirit.
When you have stayed long enough in your inner journey, you will find a connection on a completely different plane.
Your loneliness disengages you from the physical world and forces you to the awakening of your intuition and reconnecting to spirit. Loneliness exists not because you lack connection with others, but because you lack connection with your spirit.
When life is too comfortable, you may not like change and even fail to connect with the spiritual world, as your resources are plenty. It is only in feeling the aloneness and loneliness that you dig deeper in you and look for the spiritual connection that makes your journey worthwhile.
It is in that spiritual depth that you begin to notice meaningful synchronicities, receive signs and messages, feel some presence, connect to spirit guides and feel the oneness of everything.
5. It shifts your belief systems and past life issues.
Loneliness releases you from the belief systems in 3D, which is the very thing you need to let go to reach 5D reality.
Yet, being physically present on earth for ages makes your energy dense. It is possible that you carry past life traumas like being afraid to be cast out because of your gifts, or being killed due to your healing abilities, or the need to live in solitude to embrace your gifts. Humanity has been through a lot and your DNA has those memories inside.
This belief system concerning your fears and traumas were relevant in the past where using your gifts or healing abilities could be dangerous. But in this reality, the fears of becoming a healer, being unable to access your gifts or isolating yourself to stay safe must be overcomed.
Thankfully, you have the power to release this belief system by becoming aware of these feelings, acknowledging, realizing and releasing them altogether. Soon you will arrive at the 5D truths where your abilities are the gifts you could share with the world.
While loneliness is an important force that drives you in your awakening process, it is not a necessity in your awakening.
Loneliness comes as a reminder to reconnect with yourself and with your truth whenever you get too much invested in the physical world. Because of that, you feel loneliness from time to time.
But by giving it time and allowing it to surface, you are ultimately healing yourself from it.
Old issues resurface to be felt if they are not healed yet, giving way to the healing of your soul.