How many times have you or someone you know said this sentence? “I am so lonely” or “I don’t want to be alone”. There is a world of people who are together, but unfortunately still “feel” separated and quite alone. What is loneliness? Is “being lonely” actually possible or is it only a state of mind? The mind is constantly using its arsenal of tricks to confuse our field of human form consciousness.
It is a baffling topic to discuss. There are many cases of “lonely” people becoming deeply depressed, even suicidal. How can thoughts that have been activated and influenced by the mind push us to the brink of despair? Could we dare say that loneliness is superimposed into our individual existence due to lack of awareness? Or would this make the discussion to easy? Loneliness can develop into mental disorders. It is considered a disease.
There may also be cases of mental disorders that have caused loneliness in some individuals; I have not really researched this area. The fact is that being lonely can have a detrimental affect on our psychological and physical heath.
Lonely but Never Alone
The question that runs through my mind is whether or not “pure consciousness” can suffer loneliness? It is probable that pure consciousness can not be tarnished, manipulated or restricted. We humans have falsely assumed that pure consciousness is something that we will indeed someday understand. This is however a topic for another discussion. Let’s go back to today’s topic.
Loneliness is perhaps similar to other mind activities. There is actually no loneliness but the mind; including, thoughts, creativity, emotions and conditioning convince us that “being lonely” is real. The minds creative activity stimulates our emotions. The conditioned mind and emotions then claim to “feel” lonely. This is only true if a person insists on thinking or believing it is true.
A possible path out of the mind’s snare of projected loneliness is through awareness. Awareness to our existence in the moment leads to a reawakening. This could encourage a natural learning process. This relearning would reopen the portal to life / universal consciousness. Awareness of the present is the key to the portal of life consciousness. Then we would be within the dimension of life; while continuing to accept that we have a human form existence. This may eventually reunite our human consciousness to pure consciousness.
The result may be universal acceptance of life and it’s partnership with form existence. “Being” can never imply “being lonely”. Being aware of being “alone” is significant in understanding that we are never actually truly alone.
Best wishes to everyone