We have all gone through a phase where we feel like no one gets us.
Feeling completely alone, misunderstood, and it watching as it becomes extremely depressing.
Find out what’s really happening during this time and how you can never really be alone.
Building walls to keep others out
I’m sure you’re all familiar with isolating yourself.
You put up a non-physical wall to protect yourself from the attack that you feel like others are performing on you.
This blocks out the pain, the feeling, and your ability to love.
What’s happening is you are closing your heart.
Convincing yourself that no one has ever shared a similar experience.
No one could possibly understand you and that makes you want to pretty much crawl into a hole and die.
A little much? Maybe.
And I can honestly tell you I have experienced this and on the other side, there is so much light.
Darkness cannot exist in the light and embracing that part of yourself will allow you to see the light more clearly.
We’re all afraid at some point, and this is our egos way of keeping us small.
Understanding non-physical connection
When you use your physical senses it’s easy to believe that you are alone.
The connection is not about physicality.
Since we are all made from the same energy and that energy is always connected there is no possible way for us to be disconnected.
Even when our thoughts and physical senses would show us otherwise.
When you tune into feeling that energy you will understand how you can sense things that you don’t see.
It could be a knowing, a feeling, a vision, or even hearing guidance.
So practice tuning into your energy and get to know all of us. I’ll give you a hint: if you can’t feel it start with the heat in your body, heat is energy.
Living in one mind
As you begin to tap into this energy you recognize how every living thing is connected.
You become kinder and gentler to yourself.
You begin to experience unconditional love towards other people and even their behaviors.
The illusion of the life you lived before dissipates and shows you how everything you do affects the rest of humanity.
It’s like the difference between having a bad dream and having a good dream when you wake up from a bad dream you’re fearful and worrisome.
Your good dream has you inspired, excited, and almost expectant of the good things to come.
It’s a simple decision to embody your connection to the rest of us.
I encourage you to accept it and see what greatness you can create.
Until next week, be kind to yourself and others.