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One of the greatest gifts of being single is having the opportunity for self reflection.This gives us the opportunity to go within and really get to know ourselves on every level.We become more sensitive to our feelings and desires and we have the chance to discover �the still soft voice within.�By taking time for self-reflection, meditation and reading inspirational books, we can discover much about ourselves and our true desires and passions. We become aware of the subtle guidance we are always receiving and we sense a connection to all of life on a very profound level.Making the time for inner reflection and self-awareness is important for everyone, whether in a relationship or not.However, it is sometimes easier to find time for that when we are single since we are not being pulled in so many different directions by others competing for our time and attention.As we learn more about ourselves and our true needs and desires, we are in a much better position to be in meaningful relationships with others because we are more genuine and authentic to our real selves.
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The spiritual perspectives on what it means to be single are varied. The article "A Spiritual Perspective on Life and Love" is one such reflection, and can be accessed by clicking on the icon.
Rosemary Devlin believes that physical life is but a small fraction of who we really are and we all have access to our far more expansive souls and greater consciousness. She has channeled through automatic writing for many years and has received invaluable insights into many different areas. including relationship issues. You can learn more about channeling and automatic writing by exploring http://www.dearbrutus.com/donjeronimo/channel.html