So I suppose my question is for @Stingray which is:
If you are playing with reflections of yourself, and everyone is essentially a reflection of your vibrational output, why would someone feel alone, disconnected or like an alien?
Would this mean that you are disconnected from yourself in some way? Like you aren't embracing who you are deep down inside?
I ask this question because I've been feeling that a lot (especially today, I don't know what's wrong with me) and this is a bit disturbing to think that I am completely an alien to myself.
In a Universe comprised solely of reflections of your own consciousness; it logically follows, thus, then, that everything within your Universe, in any given moment, is a reflection of your own state of being. Your personal Universe only has the ability to reflect back to you who you're being at all times, it merely mirrors your vibrational state of being; and that's controlled by your thoughts, emotions and behavior, which in turn are determined by your underlying core beliefs.
You can never be totally disconnected from your Source and you are never alone. However, in order to discover what it is within you, that's causing reflections of feeling alone and disconnected, you must dig deep and get to the core beliefs that you are holding inside of you. Start by becoming aware of your thoughts, words and actions and realize for yourself, through that awareness, that these are based upon the core beliefs that you hold.
Upon realizing that you think, say and do certain things because you hold certain beliefs, you'll be in a position to ask yourself: is that belief really serving me? Does that belief really represent truth to me? And if not, then why do I choose to continue believing it? And am I now willing to allow myself to release that belief, by thanking it for showing me a part of myself that I no longer prefer?
Upon answering these questions for yourself, you'll be able to identify and redefine any particular belief and change it into a belief that better serves you. And upon that action, you'll think, say and do in a different way; and thereby offer a different vibration, which in turn will bring a different reflection in the Universal mirror of your life experience. It’s all you, which by definition is all me, we are One ♥
answered 04 Nov '12, 22:35
This is a simple answer my friend. It means we do not accept this as a fact and we are completely disconnected to all via lack of self love. It means that we do not love ourselves to the full extent. Please do not take this as a judgment, I do not mean this is exactly what is happening with you. I mean those who feel empty or lonely in general. I hope that you will accept this gift. I know u are new and maybe don't know me well yet, but I am channeler, and also try n help others. I made this video that is NOT channeling, so if u do not resonate with channeling, you can still stomach this lol. Please watch this. It is how I see to better yourself in this way. It is a bot long, but 20 min of great information.
love n light rob
answered 03 Nov '12, 15:19
TReb Bor yit-NE
sometimes "being alone is a beautiful opportunity". we develop a lot being alone. we develop a beautiful relationship with ourselves.we get to know us better than before.n this happens only when we r alone. so,i would say enjoy being alone. develop urself .n probably,we are alwyz surrounded by our angels. talk to them they to u all the time. n thn,still u feel alone ..,simply visualize having lots of friends n family members around you..,hold on these thoughts for some 17 sec n see how world around u changes. i hope this helps you.-love,light,blessings ur way. stay happy..stay blessed :)))
answered 07 Nov '12, 03:27
I think Treb is along the right lines above.
In my opinion, feelings of loneliness come very close to feelings of unworthiness or inadequacy. People who feel lonely usually feel that they are inadequate in some respect, not fun or interesting enough for others to find it worthwhile to spend their time with them.
In other words, they are not fully happy with who they are and do not love themselves as they are, which is where the feelings of inadequacy or unworthiness comes in.
This might not apply to you but this is what I believe is generally the case.
answered 04 Nov '12, 13:16
I believe that we all feel alone from time to time...The question that we have to ask ourselves is whether we find it bothersome or not. We cannot always be surrounded with people that are absolute vibrational matches to ourselves...It is nice when we have these periods in our lives, but we grow, and so do the people around us. Friends change, move away, or go to other jobs and so on.
When I feel alone, I have learned to reach out to people, and even say (to those closest to me), "I feel alone." I sometimes find that I am actually in a place where I either need to be alone, or am just not in step with the people around me. I have learned to embrace those lonely times, and to use them for reflection, journaling, spiritual retreats, and personal projects. When I get content with myself again, the people flood back. It's odd, but that is how it works for me.
I hope this makes some sort of sense!
As an aside, Wade and I have moved into our own place, and have been so very busy working on it, we have hardly touched our computers, and had to wait to be re-connected to the Internet...oh well...Anyway, Wade and I are very broke and very happy. We have seen manifesting in action...We have been showered with blessings of furniture, dishes, etc. We figured out that we furnished our whole den for less than $200. It is nice to have our own place after living in one room at his parents' house for a year and a half. While there, I learned a great lesson about being alone...I found that I craved it because somebody was always around.
Humans are such contrary creatures....LOL!
Blessings to all,
answered 03 Nov '12, 21:58
When I feel alone , I realize it's only because I am in this one physical body. I remind myself that I'm never alone and can use that time to feel closer to my innner being, or my connection to all that is. I learn to soothe myself and get to that feeling of knowing that I am never alone, and though separate from others in my physical self that we are always connected through the source energy.
answered 11 Nov '12, 13:24
well i would not say that every one is a reflection of your vibrational out put. it is more a matter of free will affecting the inside and the out side of the cup and causing effect. so if you are causing the effect on someone else then yes they are your reflection. but if you do not affect them then it is there free will that is causing this. example: you blame no one and people blame you.then you clearly see that it is there free will and not yours that is causing this. another example:is this you receive information and you get mad because you add stuff that is really not there,the other person does not see things the way you do and is not causing the darkness. in that situation look inside there is some darkness in you that you need to put light on and solve. example no.3 the person try to affect you with there darkness you understand it and stop the effect,then it does not effect you and you do not become the reflection of the other person.
again i tell you the best way to remove darkness is the light of truth.
I like Jai's comment. Halcyon, I thought about what we talked about earlier, and this post you also made. (Being different and feeling alone for it). I had a "higher" thought that I wanted to share with you. I got the message that while we may be "different" from others we shouldn't feel alone because we have aids, and guides and kin that are there for us and have our backs. Spirit guides and friends that are also different, who understand. And others who feel just like we do.
answered 03 Nov '12, 22:16
For me there is only one way to explain this. It is a concept that makes sense within the right perspective.
THE SELF IS THE VIBRATION OF THE CREATOR.
If you get that you will understand that you are not exactly the one creating the entire experience, but rather that the creator is creating the entire experience and that when you align your consciousness within the perspective of the creator and creation, it unfolds within the context of the experience of the self.
Therefore, you are not the creator, but you experience the creator's creation as the self.
When comprehended within this context many things suddenly begin to make sense, including your loneliness, which is ultimately connected to your own alignment with the self.
answered 13 Nov '12, 22:05
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