We experience relationships and life through our emotions. Often, relationships can become more difficult, causing us to feel unhappy and start hurting. Experts say that all those bad emotions arise from blocked subtle energy system. Here are likely causes of difficult relationships.
- Lack of attention:
Sometimes, our partner just doesn’t give the kind of attention we want. This could cause mental deficiency. In this situation, we need to give our partner sincere attention in a way that we can impress him or her. Our partner will respond to this change quite energetically.
He/she may simply have problem handling and responding attention, so it is important to do things honestly and smoothly. As both of us feel more relaxed, we can be better in adjusting our behaviour too. In the end, we could be more attentive to one another as couples.
- Poorly managed stress:
Stress can apply for both men and women. When people are stressed, they have pressure build up that can’t be processed well. Actions and words that arise from stressed individual can also be more difficult to handle by others. We should pay attention to ourselves and feel exactly where the uncomfortable and difficult feelings are in us. This disruption should be easy to heal, as long as we pay attention to where stress hurts us.
We should stay with it and try to feel the flow of energy. When we have restored our energy flow, it is much easier to handle stress. In addition, we are able to understand what our partner has gone through.
- Bad conversations:
Words can hurt us, emotionally and physically. Once bad words are uttered, we could immediately feel the pain in our heart. This mental injury could take time to heal, sometimes longer than physical injury. We should pay attention why specific words tend to hurt us more. Follow the bad sensations in our body and try to release them. We should be able to restore and soften any trace of energy disturbance.
We can do this until we feel relaxed completely and those emotions no longer matter anymore. When we are hurt, it is much easier to respond with anger and withhold affection. Therefore, it is important to restore the flow of our positive emotions.
- Too much arguments and disagreements:
Arguments and disagreements are normal things in any relationship, however many couples can have too many of them. In this situation, we should examine what behaviours and words our partner does and says that can create uncomfortable and painful responses in us; especially those that make us interrupt, retaliate and angry. We should locate any discomfort in our body and deal with it accordingly.
We should have the mental intention to soften these bad emotions. This way, we can handle those unfavourable behaviours and words better. We should really listen to our partner. If our partner feels that he or she is being heard, they will do the same thing.