Upon hearing about the twin flame concept, that one soul has split in two incarnated bodies, most people jump right into romantic fairy tale stories of what this union represents. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In actuality, the twin flame dynamic is nothing like a romantic fairy tale. The twin flame relationship is extremely complex, often very painful and scary, made more difficult by the overwhelming intensity of the connection.
For those who are new to spirituality and mystical experiences, meeting such a person can feel surreal and unbelievable, as both partners begin to experience magical and supernatural events. (Most people talk about how crazy they begin to feel when this happens to them, especially the telepathic connection!).
The purpose of this union is to trigger all the unconscious wounding in the sphere of the romantic life. That means going back to the earliest emotional attachment issues in childhood; that’s why it often involves tension, separation, and abandonment, which are very painful.
The twins will be divinely moved to trigger one another, to bring these wounds to the surface in vivid color. What is being asked of both partners in this dynamic is to move closer and closer to unconditional love, acceptance, kindness, and compassion. To successfully navigate this process, whether together or apart, twins will need to understand the larger spiritual forces and mystical paradigms.
The path or mechanism is through a conscious approach to relationship. This means dropping lots and lots of old patterns and learning to access the vulnerability, authenticity, and truth. It is learning how to love without rules, expectations, or conditions.
I work with individuals and couples through this process, sharing what I’ve learned and experienced in my own twin flame relationship(s).
(Yes, there can be more than one).
Learning how to be in relationship consciously is not just about communication; it is more about one’s own centering philosophy and commitment to self-discovery and awareness.
It means owning all of our emotional reactions without blaming or judging our partner.
It means learning how to practice acceptance, forgiveness, the setting of boundaries, and honoring each other’s feelings and needs.
And then learning how to identify our needs and desires, and asking vulnerably for those things directly.
This is all much easier said than done for most of us. Of primary importance is the proper commitment to self-love and self-respect, especially in a volatile and intense experience, while giving ourselves over to loving another.
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