[Meditation] Release and Move On: A Guided Meditation for Breaking Compulsive Thought Loops and Moving Forward from Past Relationships
People often ask me about profound connections. The sense that they have met someone that “they’ve never felt a connection like this before” – followed by a deep confusion as to why then a relationship isn't manifesting or why the relationship has fallen apart. Then, in the state of separation, they find themselves still thinking about the connection or wondering, “why am I still holding on?” or internalizing and wondering, “what is wrong with me?” that they haven’t yet experienced this sense of release. Don’t you hate when people say, “just move on!” Of course! If only it were that easy ...
We think and dream of others because we still feel the energetic connection and believe there is still more to be learned from the relationship - even after it's over or possibly on a pause.
Be it an ex, friend, co-worker, business partner, or a person of interest or intrigue, perhaps someone has hurt you or taken advantage of your kindness?
Relationship dynamics confuse us and leave us asking - what is or was the meaning of this connection?
The fact that you’re interested in this meditation means that you are experiencing two things:
- You’ve been repetitively thinking about a particular person
- You’ve been experiencing strong emotions about a person (be it attraction, heartbreak, longing, guilt, anger as examples) … the important thing is that your feeling about this person is triggering a compulsive thought loop.
Perhaps you have a sense that there’s unfinished business between the both of you, and your stories are not over - perhaps you feel something needs to be resolved before you can move forward. Perhaps you are finding it difficult to accept what happened between the both of you in the past and feel like things should be different from how they are now. Or, it’s possible this person cut communication with you cannot express or release these unsaid thoughts or emotions…
The deeply relaxing and hypnotic part of this meditation is going to help you in three ways: first, it’s going to help you calm the emotional charge that is associated with this person so that you can feel more neutral, detached, and objected.
Once a compulsive thought loses its emotional charge, it simultaneously loses all the power atone had over you, and you naturally find yourself no longer thinking that thought. This meditation does not break any energetic connections or cords between you and this person - this meditation simply calms your mind.
Secondly, this meditation is going to send a powerful symbolic message to your subconscious mind that this is, for now, finished business, that you’re done with this person at the present moment, and you can begin living your life in this moment, no longer distracted by these thoughts.
And thirdly, this meditation will guide your attention in a much more positive and fulfilling direction so that you see new, exciting opportunities opening for you in your future so that you can properly meet your physical and emotional needs at this moment.
What's included: 17-minute guided meditation to help break the compulsive thought loop. to I invite you to listen to this message as often as needed until you no longer need to.
I listened to this the other day, and it helped for a couple of days, I think I need to do it nightly as it was really powerful! 🙌