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Coping with Loneliness

Loneliness is much misunderstood. It can feel like punishment from God. There were times in our history when we were an outcast and those who loved us abandoned us. These experiences are tangled up in our own ability to comfort ourselves.

If we are able to sit with ourselves, we begin to realize that we use other people and activities to prevent us from being alone with ourselves. When we are alone with ourselves, it is our time to sort out all the experiences that we have ever had and process them into wisdom.

Aversion to loneliness is in a sense spiritual procrastination. At some point, all that we have experienced, all that we have learned, all the wisdom that we have accrued, needs to be separated from the pain that helped etch it into our inner bodies and assimilated as our truth. Loneliness is not a punishment, it is a privilege to have time to glean from the depth of our own wisdom. It is God extracting all the chaos away from us so we can partake of the Splendor, the Joy, Love, Abundance, and Freedom, which is our core essence.

Do these taps to assist:
(Say each statement three times while tapping on your head and say it a fourth time while tapping on your chest.)

I release the aversion to being alone, in all lifetimes.
I recant my vow of solitude, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing being alone with being abandoned, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing being alone with being unlovable, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing being alone with unworthiness, in all lifetimes.
I release using solitude to feel safe, in all lifetimes.
I release using solitude as a coping mechanism, in all lifetimes.
I release using solitude as avoidance, in all lifetimes.
I release the belief that God is punishing me, in all lifetimes.
I release the belief that I am damned, in all lifetimes.
I release the belief that God hates me, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing being alone with being nothing, in all lifetimes.
I partake of the fulness of my own emptiness, in all lifetimes.
I release the aversion to my own inner sanctum, in all lifetimes.
I shift my attention from outward to inward, in all lifetimes.
I release hating myself, in all lifetimes.
I forgive myself, in all lifetimes.
I make space within to love and nurture myself, in all lifetimes.
I remove all blockages to loving and nurturing myself, in all lifetimes.
I stretch my capacity to love and nurture myself, in all lifetimes.
I am centered, abundant and complete in my loving nature, in all lifetimes.
I shift my paradigm from being the watcher to the knower, in all lifetimes.
I am a powerhouse of Divine Light, Love, Sound, Healing, Health, Joy, Abundance, Beauty, Wholeness, and Peace, in all lifetimes.

We are taught to forsake our own wonderful essence and to look for sustenance in the crass noise and confusion of the outer world. It is when we turn this around in ourselves by being comfortable with the loneliness that we uncover our true nature. By using loneliness as precipice, we can dive into the sanctity of our own omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence.

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