Creating An Extraordinary Connection Will Be Easy After This
To most of us, making an extraordinary connection with a person is rare. It happens naturally or organically, just like fate, serendipity or whatever you want to call it. However, what we don’t realize is that we can make an extraordinary connection with the people we meet or the person we care about if we know exactly what to do to create it.
An Extraordinary Connection Is Easy To Make With These Tips
After your first date with someone, how do you know that you have established a genuine and extraordinary connection? Of course, you feel comfortable being with the person, and the second sign is that everything just feels so easy – talking, acting, and everything else. But, how can you recreate this when you’re dating someone new?
Breathing is so simple but, surprisingly, people breathe the wrong way when they are excited or nervous during a date. When you get this feeling, try to take three deep and long breaths from your stomach. Your mind will calm down and you will feel more relaxed, ready to tackle the next dating circumstance that comes your way.
2. Eye Contact
For you to connect with a person intentionally, it has to happen through the eyes. This practice may be uncomfortable for people, but you have to do it. It’s highly unlikely that you will make a connection with someone who always stares at their phone or somewhere else when you are having a conversation.
3. Conscious Kissing
At the end of your date, if your partner allows, be present in the moment when you finally have that kiss goodnight. Being present means that you take your time, you feel your date’s lips against yours, your aware of your movements, and your breathing is in sync. It sounds like a lot of work, but when you breathe through this milestone, you’re on your way to being extraordinarily connected.
These three simple actions will help you make the connection you need to turn your unofficial status (dating) into one that’s more serious and permanent. For more tips on love, read the rest of our posts on the blog.