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The Spiritual Purpose of Loneliness

Loneliness is reaching epidemic proportions in our society. We all experience it to some extent sooner or later. But is there a spiritual purpose behind loneliness? Is there actually a reason why we’re experiencing it? Speaking from experience, we examine the feeling of being lonely and what it ultimately points to.

Contents & summary:

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 0:13 – My personal experience with loneliness
  • 1:05 – The deeper meaning behind loneliness
  • 1:39 – Why we feel chronically lonely
  • 2:30 – Loneliness and the soul
  • 2:51 – The benefits of feeling lonely
  • 3:29 – The hidden invitation

4 thoughts on “The Spiritual Purpose of Loneliness”

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  2. It made me wonder how much ‘time’ Prime Creator spent before creating the multiverses, must have been an ‘eternally long time”. I put it in quotes because I’m thinking there is no such thing as ‘time’ at that long moment *smiles*, if that makes any sense. For some reason I’m finding it amusing.

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