- Tell the person's soul that you wish them well in life but that you don't want to be in a relationship with them any longer. (This release will not be heard by the person's physical ears, but it will be heard by their spirit!)
Can soul ties be broke?
A soul tie is an emotional or spiritual bond or connection that brings you together with another person. Your soul is knit together with another person when you share a soul tie with them. On a soul level, you become inextricably linked to another person, and when that person leaves your life, it may feel as if something is missing.
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So many of us have had our spirits entangled with people we no longer want to be associated with, and we're left wondering how to liberate ourselves. I know how it feels to be in so much anguish in your heart and soul that you can't seem to get rid of it. It's not simple to cut soul bonds, yet it's been done. For an unhealthy tie that is holding you back to be broken, spiritual work is essential.
Your mind, will, and emotions make up your soul. When you have a soul connection with someone, your mind, will, and emotions get entwined with theirs. Your mind becomes corrupted, and you battle with your emotions since you don't act on your own free choice. Soul ties are created as a result of:
- Children, parents, siblings, best friends, and other people with whom you spend a lot of time are examples of close connections.
- Sexual closeness produces harmful soul ties that are painful and difficult to break free from.
Common Symptoms of a Soul Tie
Individuals who are spiritually connected can usually sense and understand one other's moods and emotions. Soul bonds are no exception. Those who have a stronger and more intense relationship can even feel bodily pain in addition to emotions.
Soul links, like soulmate relationships, can be detected through empathic connections. Because the symptoms of both spiritual relationships are similar, some people may be unsure which form of soul connection they have.
It's important to mention that soulmate connections are one of the highest types of unconditional love to avoid any misunderstanding. It's divine, pure, and always radiates happiness. Soul ties, on the other hand, can start off wholesome and later devolve into something sinful.
Another immediately recognizeable indication of a soul tie is the inability to get them out of your head. Most spiritually connected people can interact telepathically. You can find yourself continuing someone's sentences or calling them when they're about to call you.
If you share a soul connection with someone, you'll be excited to learn more about them. You'll want to connect with them on an emotional or physical level, and you'll be giddy and nervous at the same time.
Symptoms of a Healthy Soul Tie
You will feel more secure about yourself if you have a soul connection with the appropriate person. They'll help you turn your flaws into strengths, and their presence will give you the energy you'll need to confront life's obstacles and hardships.
Our common goal is to reach a higher level of consciousness in order to find absolute truths. A strong soul tie will support and assist you on your spiritual path to this shared objective.
Symptoms of an Unhealthy or Ungodly Soul Tie
Obsession can result from ungodly soul ties. It could begin with a lack of control over your thoughts and emotions when it comes to this individual, leading to an unhealthy attachment to them.
This is a common occurrence between two people who have already parted ways but are still linked by their souls. It isn't necessary for such an unhealthy soul tie to be romantic. It can also happen in the connection between a parent and a child.
Toxic relationships are often indicators of dysfunctional soul ties. An ungodly soul tie will do the opposite of a healthy soul tie, which is to help you have a revitalized sense of appreciation for life and to make you feel free. You may feel trapped, as if there is no way out, because the other party is obsessive and abusive.
People that are spiritually connected have a stronger link and can sense each other's thoughts and emotions, as previously stated. As a result, controlling and manipulating the feelings of the other is much easier. Manipulation of soul ties isn't always done maliciously or evilly, but it doesn't mean it shouldn't be dealt with.
Soul ties are energetic connections that are extremely powerful. It's quite likely that if the other person resonates with negative emotions, you'll be flooded with negativity as well. When this happens, it's easy to pick up on their negative characteristics and even addictions.
How do you break a one-sided soul tie?
- If the soul tie was formed as a result of rushed vows or pledges, these vows should be verbally rescinded.
- Even if the other person should be the one asking for forgiveness, forgive them.
- Any physical object provided to you by the other person should be discarded since it may be used to keep a soul tie in place.
- Compose a letter to your soul mate (or do journaling). It is unnecessary to send the letter to them. What matters is that you are able to express yourself and let go of your frustrations.
- If necessary, seek the advice of a spiritual counselor or a therapist. They can assist you in breaking toxic one-sided soul relationships and moving on.
What is a bad soul tie?
A toxic soul bond relationship can include feelings that the other person completes you to the point where you can't function without them, resulting in a negative attachment. You may be in a toxic soul-tie relationship with someone if you have obsessive or intrusive thoughts of the person; feelings of extreme negativity from the individual; or a lurking, gut instinct that you need to cut ties with that person, according to Dr. Manly.
What are the different types of soul ties?
Many people's lives are at stake. The ‘knot' is the agreement that establishes a spiritual link between two souls, whereas the'soul' is the dwelling place of emotions, practices, and belief systems. “And it came to pass, when He had finished speaking unto Saul,” 1 Samuel 18:1 says, “that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.”
Marriage, business, sex, and friendship are the four types of soul ties. Some ties have had a harmful impact on people. God has blessed me with the ability to assist others in severing soul links.
Soul ties in business David and Jonathan shared a soul tie as business associates.
Friendship was also shared. David was easily possessed by whatever seized Jonathan's soul. Marriage is a soul connection. Divorce does not necessarily mean the two partners' soul ties are severed. Because of these unbreakable relationships, some people are unable to marry again, or their subsequent marriages deteriorate. Friendship is a soul connection. Some friendships are abusive and motivated by egoism. Even though you realize that this type of friendship makes you feel hurt, disheartened, and unloved, you may find yourself unable to walk away from it. Sexual kinship Every sexual relationship leads to a soul connection with the person with whom you share your life.
Can you get a soul tie from kissing?
Do you realize that simply kissing someone can bind your soul, demonically code it, and covenant it? When your saliva comes into contact with a satanic agent, it might cast spells and bring about the start of sorrows. Saliva in an agent's mouth is a lethal toxin. Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss, as we all know. That kiss was a code that allowed Christ to stand out from the crowd. Following that, they seized Him for crucifixion.
Only God can save you from destruction when a satanic agent kisses you and pours saliva into your system. Sexual slaves and irresponsible, carefree people, on the other hand, openly kiss mouth to mouth, unaware that they are getting the kiss of death.
Some gorgeously painted mouths are gateways to hellfire and various types of enslavement. Depending on who you're kissing, some kisses are actually more harmful than the act of sexual immorality itself. 10:10,13,22,23; Proverbs 7:10,13,22,23; Proverbs 7:10,13,22
Allowing these evil agents to use your soul and blood to replenish their blood banks and fulfill their vows to Satan is not a good idea. The creatures that live in deep ditches and small holes can be quite hazardous. A diabolical agent's mouth is similar to a deep trench or a narrow pit.
Their tongue resembles that of snakes and serpents. In such ditches and holes, venomous pythons and cobras can be found. Beware! Ecclesiastes 10:8 and Proverbs 23:27-28.
There are numerous carriers and distributors of the poison of sexual enslavement. Simply coming into contact with such agents, whether through kissing or other immoral behaviors, makes one a victim. These agents can now be found in high-ranking positions in institutions, governments, and churches. They use satanic soul ties, satanic coding, and satanic covenants to enslave humans to sexual servitude.
The soul, which is a living man's immaterial portion, is in a highly delicate position. It is located between the spirit and the physical body. The soul's centrality makes it a critical conduit through which whatever is received in the spirit is conveyed to man's physical body.
“Beloved, above all things, I hope for thy prosperity and health, EVEN AS thy spirit prospers.” 1 John 3:16
Each act of sex with sex partners creates a new tie. To bind or yoke together into a single entity is to tie. It entails combining two different entities into a single entity. “What? Do you realize that a man who is married to a harlot is one body? 1 Corinthians 6:16 says, “For two, declares he, he shall be one flesh.”
When you consider David and Jonathan's positive soul connection, “And it came to be… that Jonathan's soul was knit (connected) with David's soul.” Jonathan adored him as if he were his own soul. Jonathan and David then made a commitment because he loved him as if he were his own soul.” 1 Samuel 18:1,3 is a passage from the Old Testament book of Samuel.
Between these two men, a covenant and a soul tie were forged, allowing David to obtain from Jonathan what he had never qualified for. All of Jonathan's good qualities were passed to David.
Prayer To All Nations (PTAN), Prayer City, Calabar, or Rev. Theodore Effiong, Assemblies of God Church, Calabar. CRS
What is the difference between soul tie and soulmate?
We must learn to distinguish between soul mates and soul ties. A soul bond is when the spirit binds two souls together, usually due to sex. In a soul mate circumstance, the connection is immediate, however in a soul ties situation, the link is formed through time.
How do I break up with someone I love?
It's exhilarating in the beginning. You can't wait to see your BF or GF, and it's wonderful to know that he or she shares your enthusiasm. Everything else might be overshadowed by the exhilaration and excitement of a new relationship.
But nothing is ever truly new. As couples grow to know one other better, things alter. Some people find themselves in a secure, close relationship. Other couples become estranged.
There are a variety of reasons why couples break up. One of them is growing apart. You may discover that your passions, ideas, values, and emotions aren't as well matched as you believed. Another is to change your mind or feelings about the other individual. Maybe you just don't like being in the same room with each other. It's possible that you disagree or don't desire the same thing. It's possible that you've formed feelings for another person. Or perhaps you've realized that you're not interested in being in a committed relationship right now.
Most people experience a breakup (or numerous breakups) at some point in their life. If you've ever gone through it, you know how difficult it can be, even if it appears to be for the best.
Why Is Breaking Up So Hard to Do?
You may have conflicting feelings about breaking up with someone if you're thinking about it. You got together for a cause, after all. As a result, it's understandable to question, “Will things get better?” “Should I give it another chance?” says the narrator. “Will I come to regret my decision?” Breaking up is a difficult decision. It's possible that you'll need some time to consider it.
Even if you are certain in your decision, breaking up requires an awkward or tough talk. The person you're breaking up with can be upset, disappointed, sad, rejected, or heartbroken as a result of your breakup. When it comes to ending a relationship, you probably want to do so in a respectful and considerate manner. You don't want to hurt the other person, yet you also don't want to be sad.
Avoid It? Or Get it Over With?
Some people try to avoid having to initiate a difficult conversation. Others have a “let's just get it over with” mentality. However, neither of these ways is the most effective. Avoiding the problem only makes it worse (and may end up hurting the other person more). And rushing into a difficult conversation without thinking it through can lead to you saying something you later regret.
It's advisable to go for something in the middle: Consider your options so you're clear on why you want to end your relationship. Then take action.
Break-up Do's and Don'ts
Every circumstance is unique. When it comes to breaking up, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. However, as you consider having that break-up talk, there are certain general “do's and don'ts” to bear in mind.
- Consider what you desire and why you desire it. Take some time to reflect on your emotions and the reasoning behind your decision. Be honest with yourself. It's fine to do what's best for you, even though the other person may suffer as a result of your decision. All you have to do now is do it with tact.
- Consider what you'll say and how you think the other person will react. Will your boyfriend or girlfriend be surprised? Sad? Mad? Hurt? Or perhaps even relieved? It can help you to be sensitive if you consider the other person's point of view and feelings. It also aids in preparation. Do you believe the person with whom you're breaking up will cry? Has he or she lost his or her cool? What are your plans for dealing with such a reaction?
- Have the best of intentions. Make it clear to the other person that he or she is important to you. Consider the traits you wish to convey to the other person, such as honesty, kindness, sensitivity, respect, and compassion.
- Be truthful, but not ruthless. Tell the other person what drew you to him or her in the first place, as well as what you admire about him or her. Then explain why you'd like to go on. “Honesty” does not imply “brutal.” Don't use the attributes of the other person to explain why something isn't working. Consider how you can be nice and kind while remaining truthful.
- Say it out loud. You've done a lot of things together. Breaking up in person shows respect (and demonstrates your positive characteristics). If you live a long distance away, consider video chatting or at the very least making a phone call. It may appear like breaking up by text or Facebook is simple. Consider how you'd feel if your boyfriend or girlfriend did something like that to you, and what your friends would say about that person's character.
- Confide in someone you trust if it helps. Talking through your feelings with a good buddy might be beneficial. However, make sure the person you confide in can keep it private until you have your break-up chat with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Ensure that your BF/GF hears it from you first, rather than from someone else. That is one of the reasons why talking to parents, older sisters or brothers, and other adults might be beneficial. They're not going to say anything or let it out by accident.
- Don't dodge the other person or the necessary talk. Dragging things out makes things worse for you and your BF or GF in the long term. Plus, when people procrastinate, information can leak out. You never want the person you're breaking up with to hear about it from someone else before you tell them.
- Don't jump into a difficult talk without first considering your options. You may make mistakes that you later come to regret.
- Don't be impolite. Respectfully discuss your ex (or soon-to-be ex). Keep your mouth shut and don't say anything negative about him or her. Consider how you'd react. You'd like your ex to just say good things about you after you've broken up. Plus, you never know when your ex will become a friend or if you will reignite a romance.
These “dos and don'ts” don't apply only to breakups. If someone invites you out but you're not truly interested, you can use the same techniques to politely reject them.
What to Say and How to Say It
You've decided to end your relationship. Now you only need to find a suitable time to chat and a respectful, fair, straightforward, and kind manner to talk about it. Breakups entail more than just figuring out what to say. You should also think about how you'll say it.
Here are some ideas for what you could say. Use these suggestions and tweak them to meet your needs and personality:
“I'm sure there's another girl/guy who'd love to go out with you,” or “I'm sure there's another girl/guy who'd love to go out with you.”
- Pay attention to what the other person is trying to communicate. Be patient, and don't be surprised if the other person appears irritated or dissatisfied with your words.
- Give the person some breathing room. Consider sending a kind message or having a friendly discussion to let your ex know you care about how he or she is doing.
Relationships Help Us Learn
Relationships can have distinct meaning and worth, whether they last a long time or a short period. Each connection has the potential to teach us something about ourselves, another person, and what we want and need in a potential mate. It's an opportunity for us to learn how to care for others and to experience being cared for.
A breakup can also be an opportunity to learn. It's not an easy task. It is, however, an opportunity to try your best to respect the feelings of others. As painful as it is to end a relationship, it improves our ability to be honest and kind during challenging conversations.