I hope that with this Saturday’s webinar – The Answer – I’ll be pushed over the hump, and out of this emptiness and sadness I’ve been feeling since Ohio retreat. I feel like a blank card… with nothing in it. I have hardly any love to express to you, or anyone, hardly any joy. I can’t even feel your love… which makes me even sadder. What is happening and how should I cope?
The feeling you’re describing is being felt by many of our Lightfamily around the world. During our next interview on Awakening from the Dream, I will explain in detail, but for now I’ll give a short answer.
Besides the fact that what is happening is a step forward and a stage that will pass, there is additional good news:
The fact that so many of our Lightfamily are feeling the same symptoms that indicate that we have left old paradigms behind, shows just how in sync our Lightfamily is. The huge shift of consciousness happened at the Ohio retreat, and yet it has affected us all.
If you are looking for solutions, you have come to the right place. What you are describing, is the way I live. It seems as if old feelings one valued, just aren’t there anymore. It feels as though one is participating in life, but also floating above it. Other valuable qualities take the place of the old though. Little things can produce deep rapture or satisfaction, whereas “big” things just don’t seem as important anymore. One just views them as part of the flow of eternity. Everything seems equally important: the birth of a new baby, the rose bush abloom in the garden. The sentimental attachments and assigned values humans give things are not there anymore.
For the moment, until you get over the shock of encountering yourself as the only being in existence (and you actually have to go deeper into the elimination of human values and further into the deep grief you feel, before you can come out the other side), here are my suggestions:
- My family is suffering from the emptiness quite severely so I have ordered them the excellent homeopathic, Psy-stabil (30 drops, 4 times a day) to help production of the feel-good hormones.
- Find and create little things in your environment that bring satisfaction (for my husband it is his motorbike. He loves cleaning it and riding it — I recommend he do it as often as he can). For me it’s little corners of perfection in my home and the birdsong outside that I hear when the house is quiet. For my daughter it’s her pets. Experience these little things to hold onto through your day whenever the depression surfaces.
- Know that this too shall pass.