Isn’t really that lonely. Foremost, we are never truly alone – spirit loved ones are always around us.
I like to write from experiences because I know the information is factual. The other day a male client came in who had just gotten a divorce from his wife. After a while, it was revealed that he was fearful of being alone.
Backstory: After my marriage of 25 years went caput, I was alone for years. It took a minute to get used to this, but in the end, it was exactly what I needed. I still had grown children with a life of their own. I had no partner.
Alone is not a less than good place. Alone allows you to go inside to sort things out, to realize what is most important in your life, to decide how to move forward in life, to learn whatever it is that is needed to be known to you.
It could be a scary place to some people. When we have no other human distractions, we are forced to look inside, which may catapult one into a healing process. As we heal old wounds, it gives us the opportunity to elevate or evolve, which brings new ways of thinking and being.
Sometimes, it’s not easy being alone. You must learn to like every little, single thing about yourself. It’s needed for our highest and best. In the alone time decide who you are for the next chapter of your life and don’t let anyone stop you from achieving your goals.
Alone time allows you to meditate, and now connect with your loved ones on the higher side, and here on this earth plane, too, guides and the creator of all that is.
It is said that it takes one month for every year that you are together with someone to not attract that same type of person. Keep that in mind.
We are never truly alone – call your spirit loved ones in while in quietude.
Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.