Why seekers hibernate and alienate people
Theme: Complete alone, continuation of acceptance
There are two things big souls and seekers all have in common: a need to turtle and hibernate and isolate, and a tendency to step on toes and alienate people.
Both of these are actually expressions of the process of becoming complete alone.
You don't spot it because you're so often focused on relationship stuff when you turtle and shift through layers, but actually you're becoming more and more reliant on yourself, and comfortable alone in your own space.
You usually miss it because you're focused on the fact that you're lonely because of the absence of the person in the special relationship you're focused on, so those times feel lonely.
You don't realize how much practice you're getting being complete alone, relying on yourself.
There is a definite link between how much they isolate you and how fast you grow - it has to do with reducing the amount of cognitive dissonance you're fighting in the field.
Over time, you get more adept at pressing the God energy inside you outwards, as opposed to feeling the morphic field pushing in on you and causing friction.
This is why people's intolerance grows - they don't like the way you maintain your energetic presence. People want you to retreat energetically.
It's also a great example of how resonance attracts and creates an experience:
You're focused on the fact that you're lonely without the person of focus, which leads to you being alone and lonely, and becoming complete alone over time.