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How To Disconnect From Someone?

 

I posted a story about a week ago, I was looking for answers as I had felt someone elses emotions, this had never happened to me before and even though it shocked and worried me I thought it was just a one off experience, it wasn't. This has now happened quite a few times over the past week, everytime I've felt fine and have been doing normal everyday activities such as driving, watching tv, chatting to friends etc when very suddenly and out of nowhere emotions have overwhelmed me, these have ranged between guilt, deep sadness and depression they are so emotional painful that at times I can't breathe, I have vomited on occasions and I have even had to pull my car over to the side of the road as I just couldn't carry on driving. I have been both on my own and with company when these episodes have occured.

Somehow I know for sure that these are not my own emotions, they are lasting approx 15 minutes each time then they just disappear which leaves me worried, scared and confused but no longer in emotional agony.

What I need to ask is why I would suddenly start feeling someone elses emotions when I haven't ever before? I'm sure I know who these emotions belong to and it is someone that I was once very close to but no longer see or hear from anymore.

I also would like to know if there is anyway I can disconnect from this person and stop this happening as I don't want to keep experiencing this as its worrying, painful and both physically and emotionally draining.

I have read a few of the stories on here and I'm aware that what I'm blabbing on about is light weight and nothing at all compared to what other people have experienced however I'm someone who's never had a psychic experience and have to admit that I have never really given much thought to anything other than everyday life although I do believe that anythings possible in this world and there's so much that's unknown.

I would be so very grateful for any advice at all that anyone has on this situation.

Thanks in advance.

J x

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jaydonc (37 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-06-27)
I also want to mention that it depend upon your will power, some factors like meditation also effect.
Jclarewill (2 stories) (4 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-06-26)
Hi,
Thanks so much to you all for your comments, lilylove I shall definetley try the meditation technique that you suggested.x
Revsilverson the person in question is my ex boyfriend, he is someone who I was very emotionally connected to, he hurt me repeatedly and I went through a lot of emotional trauma with him, however in recent months I've let go of all the anger and pain that I suffered, have completely accepted the situation and past for what it was and no longer harber any negative feelings towards him or the past situation.

I worked for a time with an energy healer approx 3 months ago who helped me to release trapped emotions that I had gained throughout the relationship it took a good few sessions and in the months following I've felt lighter and brighter, back to my old self again and able to enjoy my life.

I spoke to my energy healer about what's been happening this morning and her thoughts were that maybe since I released my own emotions and I'm no longer weighed down by them, I'm now able to feel his, and that we do still have a connection that needs severing, she too suggested near enough the same technique as lilylove to help disconnect.

He's someone who has a lot of guilt related anger and issues from his past and is prone to depression and stress, I will always care for him despite the pain he caused me but I've had to let him go for my own sake.

I have been to the doctor already primarily for a recurrent ear infection, I did mention to him the nausea and feelings of overwhelming emotion (though not that the feelings arent mine Incase he thought I'd lost it) he checked me over, blood pressure, blood test etc everything was normal Infact he said I'm the healthiest I have been in a long time so I know it's not a medical problem.

I've not had any episodes or feeling that aren't my own for a couple of days now and hope it stays this way, in the meantime I'm going to try the meditation technique to try and disconnect myself.

Thanks so much for your help xx
jaydonc (37 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-06-26)
Very often a person can control the inner emotions. This post really describes this fact wonderfully.
lilylove (3 stories) (362 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-06-25)
Hello

You wrote that this suddenly started to happen and you believe you know whose emotions you are feeling
The only thing I could think of was that this person is going through problems and even though you two no longer communicate, you two have a bond that triggered your empathy to wake up. Because of your bond you are feeling that person emotions.
Try this meditation technique, it may help.

Sit or stand just be comfortable
Take deep breaths and
Listen to your breathing until you become completely relaxed.
When your mind is relax
Imagine yourself being surrounded by a white light and imagine the emotional rope connecting you and that person
Tell yourself you no longer want the emotional bond
Grab the rope and imagine scissors in your hand, cut the rope
Watch the rope as you cut it and imagine the emotional bond being severed and no longer able to feel that person emotions
Let the light surround you and slowly come out of the meditation.
I hope this helps.
RevSilverson (103 posts)
 
7 years ago (2013-06-25)
repressed anger, guilt, love can cause these feelings even in the future. My concern is this is a blood sugar problem and needs to be checked out by a doctor. My friend has type II diabetes and she has this experience too. We have to pull off the road for her to vomit or dry heave. She gets emotional before and after these episodes almost like heavy stress. I wonder why you don't talk about who you think your feelings are attached to and why. Get tested for the sugar and then see what's what.

Love and light...always

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