Emptiness is a feeling, which leaves you feel alienated and lonely by heart.
Emptiness is a true experience. This isn’t a disease. It’s not just isolation, depression, confusion, or disconnection, it’s a combination of all these things. For some point in time, each of us is going through a period of excruciating emptiness.
Ok, I wonder why? Why are we so lonelier than ever before? Why are we hollow even though we appear to have it all? As if the fullness of existence is evaluated in the degree of emptiness.
Pleasures of life are like our shadow, too. I’m not saying that they’re useless, or that chasing after them is pointless. But chasing them is a question of the play, at most a tête-à-tête with your own mirror. It’s just as long as we play with them, rejoicing in their transience. The second we try to take them, to possess them, the fight begins. The only sensible way to do this is to catch yourself.
And like the center of gravity determines the equilibrium of every physical entity, we have a center of bliss that influences our mental and spiritual balance.
You are so hooked and you have been so used that you cannot tolerate the cup to be empty for a single moment. The second you see the emptiness somewhere you start filling it up. You’re so frightened of emptiness, you’re so scared: emptiness feels like death. You’re going to fill it with something, so you’re going to fill it.
The feeling of emptiness is like no other experience. Unlike all other cognitive structures where we sense something, the sensation of emptiness is simply the consciousness of not knowing something. It may be argued that this paradoxical human existence is at the center behind all existential philosophies, theological doctrines, and metaphysical journeys, after all, void or nothingness is what forces us to know anything. But what are we going to do when our push is gone when the lack of any sense has vanished?
How do you express Emptiness?
Emptiness defines a variety of emotions, including thoughts of depression, depression, or feeling exhausted or detached. These emotions may be natural when they arise in direct response to a tragedy, pain, or other life-threatening incidents. When these emotions surpass traumatic situations, or when they become persistent and impair the capacity to work, the underlying mental health condition is always the …