Hold true to the immanence of the divine presence that which connects you to the Eternal. You hold true by consciously directing your thoughts and the their actions in the service of the above. It is not however, clear just what this service should involve. What is clear is that when you intend this service the right actions and thoughts will always be presented to you.
Zohar Vayera 138. "And he said, 'I will certainly return to you at this season...'" (Bereisheis 18:10). Rabbi Yitzchak asks, Why is it written, "I will certainly return?" I should have said, 'He will certainly return,' as the key to impregnating barren women is in the hands of the Holy One, blessed be He, and not in the hands of any other messenger.
The barren woman is the mistaken thought that we are without help in our quest for everything that we desire. The return that is promised is the Shekhinta which is the abiding connection between above and below. It is what will always be there and you will be made aware of it and via its connection Hashem.
Zohar Vayera 140… Come and behold, wherever it is merely written, "And he said" or "And he called," it is a reference to the Angel of the Covenant, (Shekhinta) and no other. "And he said..." appears in the verse "And he said, if you will diligently hearken to the voice..." (Shemot 15:26) but the verse does not mention who said this. It is also written in the verse "And he called upon Moses..." (Vayikra 1:1) but again, it does not say who called. Again, it is written, "And to Moses, he said..." (Shemot 24:1) but it does not say who. In all these places, it is the Angel of the Covenant, (Shekhinta). And everything has been said in reference to the Holy One, blessed be He, (Shekinah always refers to Qudsha Brikh Hu-for the connection is one with the above).
This is why it is written, "And he said, I will certainly return to you...and, lo, Sarah your wife shall have a son." Thus, the Holy One, blessed be He, who has the key for impregnating barren women in His hands, alone may say, "I will certainly return..."
The above reference in the Zohar is to show you that when you feel bereft of connection, that connection the Shekhinta will always return to you meaning you are forever in touch with Hashem for it is by your intention to connect that you establish that link above and below. B"H.