Leanne Dalderis is the channel of inspired guidance that she refers to as “The Guides.” The following guidance is for when one feels like they’ve reached the end of the road — a dead end and ask: “What’s happening? What’s the point? What’s the point of anything?”
From the Guides
Occasionally in your journey, you will reach a place where you feel, “What’s the point? What the point in anything?”
So strong will this barrier seem to be — so hopeless – that you will not see any way around it. You ask: “What’s the point in changing anything? Looking at anything? Saying anything? Seeing anything? Feeling anything? What’s the point in growing, sharing, or even living?” This “point” is familiar to you. It is the depth of despair, frustration, and hopelessness.
When in this state it appears like the end of all answers, all change, all possibilities. It appears to be an end point where no healing may enter and no way out is seen. It seems like the black hole of spirituality to which there is no answer. What’s the point in even looking at this? This point seems awesome and overwhelming — the point of no return. The very end of our existence and meaning.
The “Point” is a Feeling
What we wish to show at this time is that “what’s the point?” is just another “point” in our journey. It is one more feeling we have not wanted to feel. “What’s the point?” is simply a feeling and like any other feeling, once felt, can be released.
It is time to feel the entire desperation that comes when we reach — the “What’s the point?” point. And when we feel this hopelessness, we may ask to go beyond this feeling as well. It is not an end point; it is only one of many feelings we have never wanted to truly feel.
By finally asking for the courage to feel this feeling, we may go beyond it. Its not to figure out what the point is, for it is the feeling itself that needs to be released. It is the point of feeling “What’s the point?” It is simply another point along our journey.
Rather than seeing, “What’s the point?” as an end, we invite you to see it as another feeling encompassed in recovery, in your journey. We feel it and go beyond it.
We don’t have to do anything with it, for recovery, peace, encompasses all feelings, heals all feelings, and releases all feelings so the pure joy of Life may enter our hearts once again.
For your consideration, — The Guides