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When we talk about isolation, it is imperative to talk about family, group, and clan. We all come from a family or clan. It is difficult to uproot the values of the clan. Usually we either act in complete accordance with the family or clan, or we act in total opposition. Either way we act because of the clan. The clan always calls back the person who got away.

The clan is very powerful. It is possible to change groups. Every time that you are between two groups, life becomes a crisis. “I am lost; I would like to find another group/herd/clan”. It does not have to be the same group or the same clan, the same herd. Human beings are gregarious and do not like to live in isolation.

When a person feels lost from the group, he should thank the group (although this may be tuff) for this separation, this loss of references, and then, he needs to centre himself, that is, to let intuition be his guide and put an end to the daily grind that makes no sense. He must be attentive and listen for the sonar that will direct him to a clan, a group, a herd, a group that he can relate to. Independence is not experienced in isolation. Independence means having the ability to choose your clan.

The safety of finding a clan reenergizes the person. The individual is important to the species and that is why the species has a project for the individual. We must not confuse solitude with isolation. The person in solitude is in solitude by his own choice and is able to join the group whenever he feels like it. He is not isolated.

But, on the contrary, the person who experiences isolation, when he is alone, he would rather be in someone’s company. And he waits endlessly for someone to call him but does not take absolutely any initiative to pick up the phone and call somebody. And, furthermore, when he is in the company of others, he can not wait to get away because he can not relate well to the group. He never feels happy may it be with or without people around.In isolation, a person suffers from an obstruction of the communication canals.

One of the ways to live in isolation is to completely block all communication, the fastest approach being the return to dust through suicide (see blocked brain). This is a shortcut. It is the immediate arrival at the destination. It is the radical isolation. There is the quick escape to get to isolation, provided by suicide, but there are many slower and more painful ways, physically and emotionally, such as Alzheimer’s, Multiple sclerosis, Amnesia (memory loss), Nervous breakdown, Insanity, Brain paralysis, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Senility and Coma.

Any of these conditions could be resolved so long as the patient would be willing to take a conscientious stand. Awareness of the condition is enough to stop the blockage and establish balance, so long as the person is willing to shed some tears and confront the causes of obstruction.

If you are used to working with charkas, it is common to say that the person in isolation has a problem with the ‘crown charka’. He has a problem with the sense of humility.

People who suffer from the above mentioned symptoms, each one separately addressed in this site, are very mentally oriented people, very Cartesian, very, yang, very controlling, people who want to be right and control others or, at least, their ideas. People who suffer from isolation have a problem with authority.

See Authority

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