Last Updated on November 23, 2014
Telepathic communication can be a great experience — when both parties want to be in touch. But what happens when one person is intruding into another person’s telepathic space?
It happens all the time. It is not unusual for people in love to develop telepathic connections. Somehow one person knows what the other is thinking. Or you’ll be getting ready to call the person and he or she will beat you to it. When lovers discover that they have a telepathic connection, it can deepen and enhance the relationship.
But what about when you break up, particularly if you wanted to break up and your lover did not. At that point, chances are you do not want to maintain a telepathic connection to this individual. But what if they’re still popping up in your thoughts? Or you find yourself constantly dreaming about the person? Sure, you could just be getting used to the idea that you two are not together. But you could also be picking up on the fact that this person is still communicating with you on a telepathic level.
So that brings to mind the question of whether there’s anything you can do about it. Can you stop someone from communicating with you on a telepathic level?
You can’t stop someone from trying, but you can stop receiving. Telepathic communication requires both parties to be receptive. If you intend to shut the door or cut the cords between yourself and this person, that will go a long way in terms of making it more difficult for this person to connect with you telepathically.
Visualize a door between yourself and this person, and visualize yourself shutting and locking the door. It’s always a good idea to wish everyone the best. Imagine your ex smiling on the other side of the door without you. You want this person to be happy; you just want them to be happy without you.