Many women I know have struggled to let go of a past relationship.

So have I.

Letting go of someone with whom we have built a deep connection or with whom we have shared some beautiful moments – sometimes our life – can be extremely difficult.

Especially for women.

Men tend to move on much faster than we do.

Take a look around you… and you’ll understand what I mean.

So why is it that it takes women so long to move on from a past relationship?

Is there a reason no one has told us about?

Well… yes.

The reason it’s harder for women to let go of a past relationship and move on is because of their double arcline.

The arcline is an energetic body.

Both men and women have an arcline at the top of the head, extending from earlobe to earlobe.

Many cultures recognize this arcline as a mark of a realized transcendent consciousness – Saints and holy people are depicted in art with a glowing halo, a circle of light on the top of the head.

Women, however, have an extra arcline that is located from nipple to nipple in addition to the arcline across the forehead.

This extra arcline has the imprint of past romantic relationships.

According to some old Kundalini Yoga teachings, all the relationships we have throughout our life are imprinted on our arc line.

There is a beautiful explanation behind this.

Long ago, men were often forced to leave their homes to go hunting or to war… so women spent a lot of time alone and often raised their children almost alone.

The memory of their lover was imprinted on their arcline so that they could share it with their newborn… and the babies could feel the protective energy of both their mother AND father when they were close to their mother’s breast.

Lovely, isn’t it?

And today we continue to preserve the memory of our partner in the arcline.

The memory of our relationships – all of them – is imprinted on our arcline… whether we like it or not… whether we are aware of it or not.

And these imprints can last for years after the relationship ends.

Up to 7 years.

There is no rule there. It will be different for each of us.

But ultimately it will depend on the strength of our arcline.

The stronger our arcline, the less it will affect us and the faster we will be able to let go of our past relationship.

The weaker our arcline, the more it will affect us and the longer it will take us to let go of our past relationship.

When I look back, I now understand why it took me so long to let go of some of my past relationships and finally move on.

My arcline was very weak at the time.

The strength of our arcline is directly connected to our inner light, our soul.

The deeper our connection to our soul, the stronger our arcline is.

The problem is that the connection to our soul is usually latent.

We know we have a soul… but we remain stuck in our minds, unable to reach our sacred inner space.

It is essential to awaken our soul to repair our arcline holes due to past relationships with men.

By strengthening this second arcline, we can finally let go of our past relationships… and embrace who we really are… a spiritual being on a human journey.

So… how do you strengthen your arcline specifically?

By practicing powerful meditations using specific breathing techniques, movements, and mantras.

Letting go is not an intellectual process.

Letting go means doing energetic work… and working at both the subconscious and cellular levels.

Our life is imprinted in our subconscious and in our cells.

If we do not erase our past memories from our subconscious and cells, we will continue to live in the past and repeat our past.

The process of letting go encompasses all layers and levels of our body-mind and soul.

According to yogic wisdom, body and mind are One.

There is no separation between body and mind.

Sometimes it is surprising to think of body and mind as one entity because the West tends to separate body and mind.

Yogis always talk about the unity of the body-mind. And the importance of aligning the body and mind in our soul.

If you are new to spirituality, it may seem a little strange to you.

But letting go of your past relationship will lead you to this existential question.

Who am I?

This is a question we all face at some point in our lives.

And the end of a relationship is a great time to ask this question, because looking for an answer is a great time to ask yourself this question. 

Who am I?

This is a question we all face at some point in our lives.

And the end of a relationship is a great time to ask this question, because looking for an answer will force us to look inside ourselves.

This is why for many women, the end of a relationship is often the beginning of a spiritual journey.

This was certainly the beginning of my own spiritual journey.

And in the end… a true blessing.

Sat Nam.

Gabrielle – Puranshant Kaur

PS: if you want to learn more about men and emotional attraction, I encourage you to read this blog post.

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