Surviving Spiritually After A Break Up
Surviving spiritually after a break up can be difficult for a lot of people. This is because that many people feel that God has abandoned them. In reality, it is the spouse or lover that has done the abandoning, but most of us tend to worship our lovers as if they were gods. Others of us see them as gifts from God and then wonder what we have done wrong to have this gift taken away.
The usual result of a break up is a loss of faith. Most of us believe that what we have lost is faith in God, but in reality what we have really lost is our faith in human beings. The fallacy in this belief is that human beings don’t mistakes or change their minds. In fact, putting all of your faith and trust in one human being is bound to let us down sooner or later. Part of the challenge of breaking up is to see that people are human and that you can only have faith in yourself. Still, you are human and you make mistakes also, so your next option is to get mad at yourself because you let yourself down. That is usually what anger after a break up is all about. Anger at the self turned inwards. This can also lead to obsession and depression.
Creating love is not about owning another person. It is about generating a cycle of energy that easily recycles to create more love. To create love, you must also welcome the well-being and happiness and well-being of others into your heart. This includes your worst enemy. Otherwise, you are simply creating the kind of divisions that are antithetical to love's autonomous self-sustenance.
People who seem to be "lucky" in love, who seem to always create loving relationships and be friends with each other tend to share some practices in common. They take care of their health, see choices and options where others see none, find happiness in living in the present, and give love freely without expecting approval in return.
This conviction is crucial as it raises your vibration, in accordance with the principle of "like attracts like." If you are anxious or attached to finding love, then you will only attract more anxiety and anxious attachments into your life. If you feel that love must cost you in some way, then you will probably lead a life that is enslaved by this notion.
When it comes to love, you usually name the game you are playing with your attitudes and perceptions. If you believe that "you destroy the thing you love,” then you probably will. If you believe that each person only has one soul mate in life, and that you met him or her twenty years ago and that was that, then you probably won’t be given the opportunity to love anyone else in the future.
Instead, try to cultivate the very qualities in yourself that you admired in the person that you love. This is the key to cheering yourself up as well as attracting a new partner as “like attracts like.”
Donna West is a professional writer and researcher on psychics and astrology.