9 Reasons Why You Should Spend More Time Alone With Yourself

 May 05, 2017

9 Reasons Why You Should Spend More Time Alone With Yourself

 

3. You learn how to love and accept yourself.

Believe it or not, the more time you spend alone with yourself, and the more you learn to embrace, accept and make peace with your so called flaws, mistakes, and imperfections, the more love you will have in your heart not only for those around you but also for yourself.

“Love yourself—accept yourself—forgive yourself—and be good to yourself, because without you the rest of us are without a source of many wonderful things.” ~ Leo F. Buscaglia

 

4. You learn how to live in alignment with your life purpose.

Rumi said it so beautifully, “Everything in the universe is within you. Ask all from yourself.”

Your heart and soul know the path you are meant to walk upon, the life you came here to live and the work you are supposed to do in this world. And if you take a few steps back from your daily routine, away from the people around you, and away from all the noise that surrounds you, you will be able to connect to that side of you that knows why you’re here on this planet, what the purpose of your life is and what the reason of your existence is.

 

5. You learn how to become who you are and not who the world thinks you should be.

“There is a voice inside of you that whispers all day long, “I feel this is right for me, I know that this is wrong.” No teacher, preacher, parent, friend or wise man can decide what’s right for you–just listen to the voice that speaks inside.” ~ Shel Silverstein

From a very young age, we are taught to conform; we are taught to be more like others and less like ourselves. And the beautiful thing about spending time alone with yourself is that you will free yourself from all these mind traps, beliefs and limitations about you having to be like everybody else. And you will find within you the strength and courage to embrace and become who you truly are and not who the world thinks you should be. No longer having to pretend, and no longer having to hide yourself from yourself.

 

6. You discover that you are bigger than all your problems.

It’s wonderful to have friends and family to help you when you are faced with challenges and difficulties. But there will be times in your life when none of them will be able to help you.

There will be times when you will need to “fight your battles” all on your own. And by spending time alone with yourself, by strengthening your sense of self and by allowing the courage, the wisdom and the power that lies deep with you to be unleashed, you will eventually realize that you bigger than all your problems and that you have within you everything you need to deal with whatever challenges life sends your way. And you will no longer feel afraid.

 

7. You discover the value and power of silence.

When the mind is quiet, when there are no thoughts and no words to be said, that’s when you can hear your own heart talking to you. That’s when you can hear your own soul and our own intuition communicating to you. Silence is a wonderful teacher, whispering things in your ear and helping you understand things that you won’t be able to discover from anywhere else.

2 comments on “9 Reasons Why You Should Spend More Time Alone With Yourself

  1. Thinking and.. I might be a weird persona, in an awesome way.. I guess I can sense emotions in people.. In the beginning I was reacting to those emotions as a mirror. If someone was negative I would turn negative very quickly..I decided and learned hopefully that I should stop acting like an on/off switch and not take anyone seriously.. And I’ very anxious to communication.. I listen only when I really have to.. It’s small talk, shitting..I was thinking about my emotions today and.. I can not seem to find difference between love and mercy.. I have mercy for MANY things but love? I have strong compassion yet I can turn aggressive towards abusers in an instant not caring for notional law or consequence.. I will have to work on this, because abusers have been abused.. I am a healer.. I tend to sense vibes from distance, I’m perceptive, I find patterns.. I get to feel like the other person.. Then I emotionally dive into themselves for the time being I am with them to heal them.. I think that is my purpose, I love doing that. When I sense the person is in denial I tend to make them talk..Some are too stubborn to talk. Some are in denial. Some are hurt and are avoiding.. Some are aware and hate themselves for the things they have done.. Some are shocked by trauma of close lost one.. And the last one is greatest pain.. Especially for the young children that have gone through this..I get to live the life of others.. One day I’m a soldier. Other day I’m a loner. Some other day I’m a good friend.. When the person is finally ‘healed’ I tend to move on.. The problem is with the one that is not healed, the problem is I can not love easily…And I can not ever be truly myself unless I am alone, not even then lol Or all of this can be just one of the characters of mine, writing.. 😀

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