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Why You Feel Empty Inside? 6 Probable Reasons and How To Cope

Why You Feel Empty Inside Probable Reasons and How To Cope
Why You Feel Empty Inside? 6 Probable Reasons and How To Cope
Feeling empty

How to fill your inner void

“Moments of suffering are meant to empty us so that we may have the potential to tap into our truest depths.” – Kamand Kojouri

Once you know what exactly is making you feel empty, you can understand how to fight and overcome it. Here are a few suggestions you can follow to get started and live your best life.

1. Practice self-love.

“Love yourself. It is important to stay positive because beauty comes from the inside out.” – Jenn Proske

Your feelings will tell you everything you need to know about how you treat yourself. The first step to getting rid of this emptiness inside starts with loving yourself. Be mindful and aware of your thoughts, emotions, and body. Instead of engaging in self-abandoning behavior, talk to yourself with compassion and kindness like you would with a friend.

Remember, you are your own best friend. So treat yourself accordingly. It means paying attention to what your thoughts and emotions are telling you and taking responsibility for doing what’s necessary.

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2. Acknowledge your emotions.

Self-love also means opening up to uncomfortable feelings like loneliness, heartbreak, pain and allowing them to heal simply by letting them pass naturally, instead of holding on to them. Learn to embrace your emotions and yourself. Your feelings are a reflection of you at this moment. The more you pay attention to your feelings and emotions, whether positive or negative, the better you will be able to connect with your authentic self.

So allow yourself to grieve and mourn if you need to as it will help these difficult emotions to pass. Be compassionate with your feelings without judging them.

3. Spend time with yourself.

“Become totally empty. Quiet the restlessness of the mind. Only then will you witness everything unfolding from emptiness.” – Laozi

Instead of investing in unproductive activities and unhealthy addictions like TV, computer games, alcohol, and drugs look inside and just spend some quality time with yourself. Focus on what makes you feel excited about life. What your passions, dreams, and desires are. What you are afraid of. Sit with yourself and identify what needs you have how you can fulfill them.

Do things that you enjoy or used to enjoy when you were younger. Write, paint, exercise, cook, or whatever you may find interesting. Meditating can also help you understand your needs and refocus on yourself. This will help you find more meaning in your everyday life.

Want to know more about how you can feel a little less empty and lonely? Check this video out below!

4. Appreciate your life.

Another excellent way to overcome your emptiness is by practicing gratitude. Psychological studies have revealed that practicing gratitude can help you imbibe positive emotions and feel a lot more satisfied and happier in life. It allows you to develop better social skills and build stronger relationships. By appreciating who you are, what you have, and being thankful for your life, you will gain a whole new perspective in life.

You will stop taking good things for granted and shift your mentality from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset. You will start focusing more on what greatness is already present in your life instead of all that you don’t have. Gratitude will help to reduce your stress and anxiety, enable you to enjoy the little things in life, and make you more open to receiving blessings from the universe.

Read 4 Ways To Fill The Emptiness In Your Life

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Theo Harrison

Hey there! I am just someone trying to find my way through life. I am a reader, writer, traveler, fighter, philosopher, artist and all around nice guy. I am outdoor person but heavily into technology, science, psychology, spiritualism, Buddhism, martial arts and horror films. I believe in positive action more than positive thinking.View Author posts