How do I connect with people when I'm so detached following self-inquiry.
Asked Jan 17, 2012, 09:31 PM
I've been on quite a spiritual journey. For a long time now my interests have slowly been fading away. Playing music doesn't do much for me anymore and I have no other interests except getting into nature and just being silent. I recently began college for the first time in my life, four years after graduating college. I've been trying to communicate with some of the kids but on top of the fact that I am introverted and inclined towards being silent and have very few interests, talking seems to go nowhere. I have nothing to say. And for the most part, I'm okay with this. But every so often, I need some sort of connection to another person. I was able to find one kid who resonates with me well. We're completely different people in how we approach life but for whatever reason we have a lot of similar characteristics and we're both open to all of life's offerings as long as their in line with our personal morals. It's nice to know I'm not alone but I can't even communicate with women because most are looking for someone who is interesting in the conventional sense of a personality. I tend to be pretty detached, calm, easy-going, and everything good and bad that happens is all right with me. Things are constantly changing and you can't really do anything about a lot of it.
I don't know. I was just wondering if anyone who has been on a spiritual journey or who knows a little about this could help me out here. Thanks.