Remove the Energy of a Disconnected Soulmate in 5 Steps

Replace Their Energy With Good Energy

The hardest love to walk away from is a soulmate who has not done the emotional or spiritual work needed to recognize your connection. It’s sad but true. We are each supposed to embrace our shadows and lessons, so that we are ready for our soulmates when our paths cross. But when your partner has not, or is not able to connect, it becomes very painful to keep waiting. It’s something that seems to haunt many of my callers and they just cannot seem to let go of what could have been. Time and time again they are “pulled back” by an almost magnetic yearning.

I am a relationships specialist. I’ve studied the dynamics around this soulmate phenomenon since my college days and I am a crone now. My studies have led me to devise a plan that has worked wonders for my callers—and can work wonders for you too. Here is my five-part plan for those of you needing to let go of a disconnected soulmate.

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1. Send a Message to Your Psyche
Prepare yourself to make a clear statement of will. You will be sending it to your psyche or subconscious. Begin by giving yourself a few days to meditate on your soulmate frustrations and current sadness as a result of trying to make it work. Recognize that these feelings are not healthy and that you are using your free will to release your connection and move on.

Sit down and write a letter to the universe and your subconscious mind. Here’s an example of what you could say, and if it’s relevant to your situation, be sure to put it in your own words:

“It is my will to release this relationship for now.”

Write your letter, roll it up and tie it with ribbon. Place it somewhere you can see it (whether it’s in your car, the bedroom or even your bathroom), and send energy through it each and every day. When I say, “send energy,” I mean actively think about what is written in that letter and confirm it’s what you really want.

2. Take the Time to Grieve
Losing a soulmate, even one who is not on the same page as you, is like a death and that means you need to take the time to grieve the loss of the relationship. In a session with Buddhist monks many years ago, they spoke of showering yourself as a means of processing grief—get into rivers, oceans, lakes or even your shower. Let the water wash the tears and sadness away. I suggest giving yourself seven days to release the pain and let go of the tomorrows that will never be with this person. Then it’s time to move forward.

3.Choose and Grow Your Thoughts
Be vigilant when choosing your thoughts. Govern them. If you start thinking of your soulmate, it will become painful very quickly and it will keep you connected, intuitively. You may want to consider creating a list of five things to think of instead of your relationship. These five things are about you and your future—goals, dreams or whatever else will help you move forward. If your house could use some reorganizing, think about that instead. If you need to purge your closet, how would you start? These are better things to think about.

4. Get Active
If exercise is a part of your regular routine, do more of it. If it isn’t, it’s time to get started. No one is saying you have to join a gym, but any kind of physical activity is beneficial to your well-being. Serotonin levels increase with added activity and that helps to balance your brain chemistry and can help you choose to be happy, instead of dwelling on the loss.

5. Get Rid of Reminders
If you have anything in the house that reminds you of them—whether it’s gifts or their clothes—get rid of them. Donate, sell or stuff it in a box at the back of the closet. Change things up, move things around and bring in new energy. If they had a favorite chair, replace it with a plant that improves air quality. Get a new bedspread. Go to new restaurants and new stores. Try new things and change your social patterns. Do what you can to remove all traces of them and their energy.

It’s time to start building a better life for yourself, and you can’t do that if traces of a failed soulmate relationship remain.

Psychic Yemaya ext. 5143

13 thoughts on “Remove the Energy of a Disconnected Soulmate in 5 Steps

  1. alisha

    I don’t know if I am with my soulmate or not..but I have been hurt so many times I learned to accept things.. I was happy with him at first..and he got me out of a abusuvie relationship… All tho he doesn’t put his hands on me..he still puts me down..has no respect for me..I tell him about himself all the time..but it just goes thru one ear then the other..he tells me he don’t neede for anything nit meanwhile I am the only one with the income n trying to keep up with the bills..while I go to work he doesn’t stay in “our home” he how’s to his moms house.. And she caters him..cooks..he even takes showers there..like he is living at both places..doesn’t help me out..without arguing without when I finally need the help.. Then turn around n rub it iny face how he had to cover me..and I am the one that needs him more than what he needs me..I have tried to leave him..he came back 3 days later.
    The more n more I work and pay for everything the more things start getting to me..and I believe I am falling out of lobe with him..days I can’t stand him..then I have the good memories that I don’t want to let go and try to work thru these crazy emotions I am having… Bit that only lasts for a couple of days n I am back to being hurt again… I feel I have lost the connection.. He ain’t listening.. what do I do

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    1. Tina Jimenez

      You need to follow your gut feelings and leave this man or so called man because that is not how a real man should treat a woman especially a woman he supposedly loves. I just recently split up with my soulmate and it was the hardest thing I have ever done but I knew in my heart of hearts it was the right thing to do. I believe that just because they are your soulmate doesn’t always mean they will be in your life forever as sad as that fact is. I am trying to find an article on here that I read about 6 years ago on exactly that topic. It basically said we can have more than one soulmate in our life. They sometimes come into our lives to help us get through a certain period of our lives or to teach us something we need to learn that will help us with the next chapter in our life. But if it no longer benefits your life then it’s time to part ways. Don’t drag it out, it will only bring you misery and you deserve to treat yourself better. I did that with this last relationship out of fear of being on my own again and I feel I wasted precious time. Life is too short to be miserable in an unhealthy relationship. There is something I also read that I’ve saved and it gave me a whole different perspective on relationships. I will share it with you below and I hope it will impact you the same as it did me…
      Subject: SELF WORTH (Very Deep!!!) In a brief conversation, a man asked a woman he was pursuing the question: ‘What kind of man are you looking for?’ She sat quietly for a moment before looking him in the eye & asking, ‘Do you really want to know?’ Reluctantly, he said, ‘Yes. She began to expound, ‘As a woman in this day & age, I am in a position to ask a man what can you do for me that I can’t do for myself? I pay my own bills. I take care of my household without the help of any man… or woman for that matter. I am in the position to ask, ‘What can you bring to the table?’ The man looked at her. Clearly he thought that she was referring to money. She quickly corrected his thought & stated, ‘I am not referring to money. I need something more. I need a man who is striving for excellence in every aspect of life. He sat back in his chair, folded his arms, & asked her to explain. She said, ‘I need someone who is striving for excellence mentally because I need conversation & mental stimulation. I don’t need a simple-minded man. I need someone who is striving for excellence spiritually because I don’t need to be unequally yoked…believers mixed with unbelievers is a recipe for disaster. I need a man who is striving for excellence financially because I don’t need a financial burden. I need someone who is sensitive enough to understand what I go through as a woman, but strong enough to keep me grounded. I need someone who has integrity in dealing with relationships. Lies and game-playing are not my idea of a strong man. I need a man who is family-oriented. One who can be the leader, priest and provider to the lives entrusted to him by God. I need someone whom I can respect. In order to be submissive, I must respect him. I cannot be submissive to a man who isn’t taking care of his business. I have no problem being submissive…he just has to be worthy. And by the way, I am not looking for him…He will find me. He will recognize himself in me. He may not be able to explain the connection, but he will always be drawn to me. God made woman to be a help-mate for man. I can’t help a man if he can’t help himself. When she finished her spill, she looked at him. He sat there with a puzzled look on his face. He said, ‘You are asking a lot. She replied, “I’m worth a lot”. Send this to every woman who’s worth a lot…. and every man who has the brains to understand!!

  2. Rose06

    I have not come across my soulmate as of yet, and I do not know if it is even going to happen. But, I do know that yes, we all
    have that illusion in the back of our minds. Besides, I read that we have more then one soulmate and I think your article will
    also help to not look or wonder about it. We have been programed about this all through out lives that it is a disillusion when
    it does not happen.

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  3. Brenda Shields

    I had a boyfriend and he was diffinately a soulmate but was a narrcistic personality. I had to go to a medium/psychic and his father came through and told me what he was and I walked out of there healed. Before that I was so divastated. And this person Knew , that’s what gets me. After I broke up with him he went to 2 doctors for help, maybe a breakdown. Still blames me. I know he came down here on his own path to learn lessons as me. so i’m ok with that. If he didn’t want to change that’s not my fault or load to carry.

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  4. Crystal

    I really need to do something about the father of my three children. He states on his own words that he hates me and has to get away,however if he had a place to go he says that he would have left along time ago. He says that once our kids have grow up that one day he would disappear. He is a compulsive lier,lencher,stay with us to save money and use us and take and damage just about everything and anything even destroy, steal,etc… we suffer,hurt,everything and anything, every one he drinks,gambles,smoke what ever likes to talk and laugh,criticism, rude,no appreciate, no respect,everything and anything. I can go on and on.

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  5. VeeAnnMarie

    Thank you!! I have been doing these things already intuitively after 9 years of pain and struggle. I know he is never going to get it, he cannot love me as much as I need to be loved and he just doesn’t care enough. I prayed to the cosmos last year at the last blood moon to give me the strength, clarity, determination and wisdom to let go of this hurt and pain and anything or one that may be the cause that isn’t serving me so I can become clear and live my purpose I was born into this world to do. I truly feel he was a soulmate, he has inadvertently taught me lessons and I thank him for that, namaste. The relationship can be described as definitely abusive. I pray for him. I wish I could have been there for him so he can push through to learn his lessons too but it has come time for my lesson of self worth so we must parts ways. If I never have that yearning for another human in this life I am just fine with being myself with myself….no soulmate. After all, soulmates come in many different people right? I just know that him and I are very connected from the moment we saw each others souls looking in each others eyes. I’m sorry he is struggling, I will always love him but now, after 9 years, it time to love me.

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  6. S

    This article was brilliant. This is exactly what I needed to read after years of being plagued by soul mates thoughts and the influence of their guides. Bravo and thank you!

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  7. Bernetra Williams

    Omg! Thank you for this this is EXACTLY what I’m dealing with right now. Being a codependent is not healthy through this process. Very timely. Thank you.

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