Linda Lancashire Psychic

Social Isolation

Hello Readers,

There is always a real danger of social isolation as we get older, but recent events which have affected our world with the outbreak of the Covid 19 virus has resulted in us all being forced to stay indoor, at home and has abruptly put a stop to physical socialising dead it its tracks for a period of time until lockdown restrictions have been lifted.

So, all we can do is abide by the rules and follow Government and Medical guidelines for our own personal safety and the good of humanity to avoid us all from extinction. I have lived alone for many years with The Lulas and do not find this enforced, splendid isolation, a problem at all. In fact, its given me time to rest, heal  catch up with things whilst enjoying uninterrupted peace and quiet. Before all this, I had already booked to go to a spiritual retreat for a few days just to rest, reflect, read, paint and mediate, but of course, that had to be cancelled and instead the Universe has freely given me exactly the same thing here in the peace, calm and tranquillity of my home. So many people have lived alone for what may seem like an eternity because of mitigating circumstances and destiny dictating that this must be their way of life.  For people living alone, they soon become familiar with their loneliness and can sometimes feel like a soldier who can also survive without love or poetry. In time, we get used to adapting and acclimatising to what is required of us. Of course, as with all things, there are benefits of living alone.  Spending time in your own space enables you to develop more self-knowledge and self-awareness.  It buffers you from the pressures of work and having to associate with certain people you would rather voluntarily keep a healthy distance from anyway.

Having  being given the gift of all this time on your hands allows you to reclaim your creativity, helps you develop new friendships and gradually instils you with renewed self-confidence. And for some people living alone, its going to make it much harder for them to find someone to blame when things go wrong and forced to face up to themselves, their choices, actions and subsequent consequences.  In the end, we either see our darkness and change it, or we turn into madness.

If you want to be strong, learn how to fight alone. Sometimes you need to be alone, not to be lonely, but to enjoy your free time and just be yourself, whereas some people come into your life only to teach you how to live alone.  There are lots of people who think that the worst thing in life is to end up all alone, but that is not the truth.  The worst thing of all is to end up with people who make you feel more alone than you could ever imagine.  Standing alone is better than being in the company of people who clearly do not value you.

We are born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendships can we create the illusion that we are not alone.  It’s your road, and yours alone.  Others may offer to walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.  You have only just recently been introduced to the many silences that exist in a home where outsiders and visitors are not welcome through the door and emotionally, you will initially stagger at the reality of the situation, a bit like a sailor who has returned to land after spending decades at sea.

Being alone has a power that very few people can handle.

Until Next Time,

Love and Light,

Linda and The Lulas xxx

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