Is being lonely very often a sign of a dependent self-consciousness?

Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by Ash_Freakstreet, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Ash_Freakstreet

    Ash_Freakstreet Hmm.... GROOVY!

    I have this believe that loneliness can be overcome if I concentrate on the exploration of my own mind ... is this a right attitude to have?
  2. prism

    prism :o

    ...just continue to back in your loneliness, emo kid.

  3. forest_pixie84

    forest_pixie84 Senior Member

    i agree with you, but it won't be true for everyone only those who realize it.

    and then when you ask if this is right... i have to ask you a question in return, what type of attitude do you want to have about it? and does it really matters whether others think it's right or wrong? your not hurting anyone.

    Needy people in that department don't accept their reality, so they are always grasping for what they don't have while never paying attention to what they do. Even if they find a person or people to be around, they still won't be at peace with themself which means that person or people they found are only acting as a temporary drug. Then when the drug wears off the problem is still there.
  4. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    Sounds just about right
  5. Ash_Freakstreet

    Ash_Freakstreet Hmm.... GROOVY!

    Yeah but what I am trying to achieve is an absolutely independent self-consciousness that has trancended emotionality--

    like I want to be a person who can be deserted in an island for 14 years and not ever feel the need for company or the person who can get over a break-up of 30 year long relationship in less than 3 seconds.

    It think it's a lofty, yet pursuable goal... and a desirable one, too.
  6. forest_pixie84

    forest_pixie84 Senior Member

    he he,

    I'm reminded of vulcans :)
  7. humandraydel

    humandraydel Member

    it's possible. i'd say i'm close to being there myself.

    one quote i've always remembered is:

    "you can't be lonely if you like the person you're alone with."

    well, i like me a whole bunch so i dont have any problems with being alone :D

  8. lover/young_peace

    lover/young_peace Senior Member

    Ahaha... I sometimes wish I could do that exact same thing.

    I'm getting there. (Emotional) Isolation isn't really good for you... but sometimes it's a bit nessacary...
  9. lover/young_peace

    lover/young_peace Senior Member

    Ooh, Ash, become a poet! :D Your chacaters/work keep you company, eliminating the need for annoying other humans. :)
  10. Soulless||Chaos

    Soulless||Chaos SelfInducedExistence

    It's definitely attainable. :D I could spend indefinite amounts of time alone, but I am never lonely... :rolleyes: Just take control of your mind, then you can control any of it really.... It all is in your head... :rolleyes: :D
  11. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    Talking about stuff being all in your head, did anyone ever see anything about those guys that can completely block out pain?
  12. prism

    prism :o

    hypnotists? ......drug dealers?
  13. Soulless||Chaos

    Soulless||Chaos SelfInducedExistence

    Yeah, that's how it works, what is the pain?
    Why does it hurt? Because your brain says it hurts. It is all in your mind, the feeling of pain is just that, a feeling. You can choose to not feel it. :D

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