Pain of Loneliness

Fear of being alone,  pain of being alone is always an issue for those who search it outside. No matter whether you are staying in a joint family, are surrounded by people, staying in a nuclear family or staying alone, most people avoid to address it. They keep themselves busy with people, work, alcohol, drugs and the list goes on.

Explanation of joint family is needed here to understand grounding mechanism – Concept of joint family has been dissolved and nuclear family tells the other side of coin. We can witness more insecurity, anxiety, fear, nervousness in the society.

Earlier joint family had its own pros and cons. No one used to get the desired space and freedom. It was an era of suppressed society and yet it was well accepted. At the same time, the positLonelinessive side of the joint family system was more stable and grounded children as they would get opportunity to share their emotions to someone within the family. Emotionally empowered to face the challenges of life.

Now the children of nuclear family facing the different challenges. Time has come to address the root cause without suppressing them. Today understanding is more deep and grasping is high. So we can expect the pace of evolution better than earlier.

One of the common issue is loneliness. Loneliness can be dealt with courage. In fact, lot of courage is needed to look within. Most of the time loneliness brings fear, which triggers corresponding emotions and thoughts like anxiety, nervousness, anger, depression. By addressing loneliness, we actually start questioning our existence and actual inward journey starts. This leads to pain and this deep pain helps us to go more inward. One day we find that there is no pain and it is replaced by happiness & peace. This single emotion of pain can transform you and can liberate you.

If you feel that you have fear/pain of loneliness or go through the symptoms of anxiety, nervousness, anger and depression, then Navkruti’s Srijan program can empower you to deal with these emotions.

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was within me an invincible summer”.– Albert Camus

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