Well she's clearly confused too otherwise she wouldn't let go of you. If you two keep getting drawn to each other it won't help to shut it off, one day the feelings will inevitably erupt and maybe not in a good way. Could it be that you are overthinking the situation, reading too much into it, trying to control it too much? If there's one trait that women appreciate in men is confidence, and judging from your last posts you might be coming across as the complete opposite: clingy, insecure and unstable. Being confident is not something that you just decide to do overnight, it's a change of attitude that emerges out of knowing yourself well, after doing a lot of "soul searching", internal work that brings unconscious patterns to awareness. it takes a lot of time! Also pay attention to what frequency you set your mind. If you are constantly angry and anxious, that's the kind of situation that you will attract.
Who the fuck am I to give advice to anyone, and I even joked about not following anyone's advices, but if I was in your place I'd take the long game in this situation. Resume your life, keep healthy habits, READ a shit ton, look for any information that might shed light into this situation and the most important thing you can learn is to love yourself first. You are never going to have a happy relationship if your happiness depends on others. The Buddah said that the root of all suffering is attachment. This is my opinion of course, but everything happens the way they had to. If this is happening to you now, take it as an opportunity to get stronger, evolve and get rid of the traits that don't serve you anymore! In a few years you will look back at this time in your life and realize how much you grew from all these experiences, and even if you are not together with this girl, you will feel thankful for all the positive changes she caused in you.
Here's a good place with tons of really good information, you just have to search a bit: https://www.psychologytoday.com/
Here's something that might help you understand some of her behaviors, and yours too: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/compassion-matters/201307/how-your-attachment-style-impacts-your-relationship
If nothing else helps, psychotherapy could help!