The most personal thing in this world is feeling. We can’t tell what the real feeling of others toward us. We can sense everyone and everything surrounds us. Emotion can trigger us to smile, angry, or cry. We have to believe that we become intimate to grasp its full value. It is particularly true in relationships; we are attracted to someone, but only when we get involved with our feelings do we get in touch with that person.
The soul can be the result of intimacy. Emotional closeness goes far beyond physical intimacy and is the glue of every bond of love. To be emotionally romantic, you have to be sensitive to your partner and feel their emotion as if they were your own. Bit Rebels can show you some steps to build a connection.
Embrace What You Had
Visualization exercises can help you connect. Talk to the present, for example, when your fantasies come true right now. It is a big brick house with a “back panel” or something else you want to make it happen. Not everything can be defined in words, but sometimes you need to determine it by using feeling.
Strengthen the Feeling
If you say words of love to your partner, speak to them truthfully. Strengthening your love also requires actions, such as making small sacrifices that mean the world to another substantial other: being on time, making phone calls, etc.. You also need to try to emphasize their value in your life. Keep your lover close to you and experience how every part of our body. Then, offering and receiving uninhibited pleasure is the best activity of love.
Pay More Attention to Them
Most movements are unconscious, but each has a purpose. If you perceive small random moves, you are ready to distinguish your level of relaxation from conditions that make you uncomfortable. If you have already used to them, you can sense the meaning of every their moves.
Keep the Eye Contact
You may need to avoid looking at your partner in the eye when you are angry with them. In these moments, remember that nothing is as good at communicating (or betraying) your ideas as eye contact. Words can go to the brain, but a look can go to the soul. Eye contact can be deeply romantic.
Have a Deep Conversation
In communication, the quality exceeds quantity. Pay attention to dialogues in which important topics are discussed. Ask questions to help your partner let go of his thoughts, but don’t make the conversation look like a meeting. Ask questions about an important topic and then let them talk as much (or as little) as they need to. Your partner may try to make you understand exactly how he or she feels, but he or she may have difficulty communicating. Consider the general level of your discussions: Have you talked enough and, if so, on what basis did you discuss? Have you ever come to conclusions that are useful to each other or …