In our last post, we discussed what it means to be love-bombed. In this post, Love-bombed! Part 2, we are tackling why we are left swimming in a sea of shame from being love-bombed.
First of all, our bodies are aware of and respond to things that are happening around us before our minds get wind of it. Our heart starts racing, our bodies start shaking or tensing up, and other times our posture starts to shrink as if we are cowering within or trying to brace ourselves.
By the time our minds have caught up with what our bodies already know, we are then able to decide if this is a good thing or bad thing. Having all attention on you may seem like a good thing. However, we must remember that the spiritual energy that accompanies being love-bombed is nothing good.
The energy is toxic. And it is the toxic spiritual energy that causes the reverse of what would be expected to happen.
The response itself is the warning sign. But again, if we are too caught up, we will miss it.
If we are not, it is then that we can stop, reassess the situation, and then use wisdom in whether to move forward.
Nine times out of ten, there is no stopping. No “Be still and know that I am God”. (Psalm 46:10)
You are intoxicated by being love-bombed. Knowing and feeling something is off, but entangled in a web of energy that’s indescribable.
In the next post, we will discuss what usually happens after being love-bombed.
Remember: You are enough. You can reclaim your power and identity at any point in the relationship cycle.
Until next time,