Empathic connections in soulmate relationships can be one of the most challenging parts of the relationship itself. Soulmates often have a hard time dealing with the intensity of their emotions. But when you add an empathic connection it can easily cause unnecessary heartache, drama, and misunderstandings.
EMPATHIC CONNECTIONS ARE FOR…
That is not what empathic connections are for. They’re supposed to be a tool to enrich the soul connection. But often it becomes what feels like for many, a curse. Most people we speak with, or who write to us, express how the emotions they’re experiencing have been difficult, to say the least. They were not ready, nor strong enough, for the tidal waves of emotion, both good and bad.
Empathic connections in soulmate relationships allow each soulmate to feel the same emotions their soulmate. And this is sometimes or all the time. This can be exceptionally inconvenient, especially since you have no control over when it happens. You can be in the middle of a joyous event, yet suddenly be overcome with such sadness you feel like crying. And you may even begin crying!
Now, before you question your sanity, or emotional state, understand this is normal when you share empathy with someone. Don’t try to rationalize it or come up with a reason you should feel emotions that don’t belong to you. When you do that, all you’re doing is adding to those feelings. And this can be emotionally debilitating. It takes some practice. And you have to train yourself to accept the message you’re being given. But don’t allow yourself to be overcome by it. Create a mantra for yourself, such as “this does not belong to me” when the feelings first start.
THE CONNECTION IS A GIFT
After some practice you will be able to keep a certain distance from these emotions coming at you out of nowhere. From there you can use this as a tool to gain further insight and understanding towards your soulmate. When partners are in-tune with one another their relationship is more compassionate, understanding and supportive. They know when to reach out to one another, and when to offer a hug or shoulder to cry on. It’s another way to be their for their soulmate when they need them.
Empathic connections between soulmates are still strong even when the couple is separated by continents, or a break-up. They do not have to be together to share the emotions of one another. And this can be a big help when they’re apart. It can provide a deeper insight into their partner when they cannot be their physically for them. It can also give them the validation that the relationship is not truly over and that a chance of reconciliation may be coming soon.