"Sunsets are proof, that endings can often be beautiful too." Beau Taplin
Often times you part ways but a feeling of yearning remains. Your imagination turns this former partner into an ideal and you experience painful longing which cannot be satisfied. Thoughts that no one better will come tear you apart. This aching, clinging feeling will interfere with new romantic relationships trying to come to you. Releasing these feelings of a one sided relationship will help you to get rid of these ideas that play out over and over in your mind.
How to release unhealthy yearnings:
Step 1.) Break free from this fantasy in your mind that isolates you.
Step 2.) Acknowledge infinite opportunities that are here for you.
Step 3.) Connect in your heart to the soul that is waiting to be your perfect partner.
Step 4. You must be determined to let go of any inner obsessions. Firmly decide to release any ideas that no longer serve you. Allow your determination to fill your inner being.
Step 5.) Visualize the person you're yearning for in the following ridiculous scenario: close your eyes and picture a screen. This person you yearn for stands behind the screen. The screen slowly starts to reveal their feet. The toenails are so long that they are actually curled up like carrot peels. The feet are dirty and crusty-looking. The screen moves up to reveal the pants, they are bright orange with giant bright polka-dots. The screen continues to move upwards and you see the crazy zebra shirt. Now their face is being revealed. You see them picking their nose. Their hair is in a mohawk and dyed the colors of the rainbow. They motion forward to give you a kiss and you stop them and say "no, our paths are different now, and I no longer wish to be with you. I bless you and wish you well. I request you leave my heart, mind and life forever."
Although this exercise may seem very silly it works on a deep subconscious level to reprogram how you see this person. Eventually, every time you think of them you will start laughing instead of feeling a deep yearning for them.