How To Experience Loneliness In A Sacred Way

how to experience loneliness in a sacred way podcast

“I feel that life gives us an empty life in terms of people because we know that deep down we need to make a friendship with ourselves first we know that we will grow and expand and be stronger human beings by welcoming whatever arises with love”

– Kelly Martin

Loneliness is hard, I know this only too well. I understand how it feels heartbreaking to see the rest of the world mingling and socialising when you may be unable to right now.

In this podcast I talk about my own experience of loneliness, friendship and how to re-frame an experience of solitude in a positive way.

If you want to understand loneliness differently and change your experience, this podcast is for you.

Highlights from the episode: 

  • How to change your perspective on loneliness
  • Ways to embrace your solitude
  • How time along is a gift
  • Why letting go of people can be a positive thing


“Whoever you are, you’re worthy of love, you’re worthy of company, you’re worthy of people in your life. It doesn’t matter what’s happened in your life, it doesn’t matter what’s happening in your life, your life can be in complete chaos but you still deserve friendship. You may have done some not very nice things in your life and you wish you hadn’t but you still deserve love and friendship”

“I had to really enjoy spending time with me, really paying attention to what my needs were, what I loved what I didn’t love to really explore this it’s like meeting a romantic partner the same thing could happen as soon as you don’t need somebody he turn up the same thing happens with friends in life”

” Sometimes you have to empty yourself of those people who are not right for you and to discover why you actually allowed them to abuse your trust or or use you in some way, because we are responsible, it’s not their fault we on some level believe that’s all that we deserved ”





Kelly Martin
Kelly Martin

Kelly Martin is the author of ‘When Everyone Shines But You’ , a passionate writer and blogger questioning life’s illusions. After what seemed like a decade of intense anxiety, feelings of failure and grief from the loss of her father she chose to take a mindfulness path and has not looked back since. Kelly encourages people to find the treasures that lie within the pain and suffering and to learn to see themselves as ‘enough’ exactly as they are, right now through her writing and You Tube channel .

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