Everyone has psychic ability, but if you aren’t in control of your abilities, they can wreak havoc on your life. If you have strong telepathic capabilities, you may have the ability to transmit thoughts to others. When you can control this ability, life can be great. One day you might find yourself thinking about how much you want your favorite latte from Starbucks and your co-worker suddenly comes in and hands it to you. But when you cannot control your telepathic abilities, you can find yourself transmitting thoughts that you don’t want to transmit.
So how can this relate to dating? What if you have insecurities when it comes to relationships? What if you’re secretly thinking that your current relationship is not going to work because all of your past relationships didn’t work?
Or maybe you’re thinking about the fact that the person you’re currently dating doesn’t quite measure up to your ex. In a moment of weakness in which you’re missing your ex, you might be noticing all of the negative qualities of the person that you’re dating and thinking about why they aren’t what you are looking for.
You may find yourself thinking negative thoughts about yourself or your dating past and if the person you’re dating is a strong telepathic receiver, they can pick up on what you’re feeling. They might not consciously realize that they are picking up on your thoughts, but they may suddenly have negative feelings themselves about the relationship and start feeling that it isn’t going to work out.
How to avoid telepathic mis-communication
So how can you stop yourself from sabotaging your budding relationships with your thoughts?
The best thing to do is get in control of your thoughts. Our thoughts and feelings about things impact our outcomes. We get what we expect. If you’re familiar with the Law of Attraction, you know that our thoughts and feelings carry a vibration and that attracts circumstances that occur to us. The best way to avoid transmitting negative thoughts is to focus on changing your thoughts.
This won’t happen overnight, but over time you can change the way you think about things by challenging the thoughts. For example, if you think, ‘my relationships never work out right,’ ask yourself why you think it’s true. If you can’t come up with a time in your life when a relationship worked out, then, think of another area of your life in which you accomplished something after failing previously. When you convince yourself that your thoughts aren’t necessarily true, they begin to lose their hold on you.
Another thing you can do is set the intention to protect your thoughts and keep them from being picked up by others. Visualize a white bubble surrounding you that keeps your thoughts in your own auric field and keeps others from receiving them unless you want them to.