We have this romantic image of a Twin Flame as a person who enters our life and loves us unconditionally, accepting us exactly the way we are. We expect that person to always be loving and caring, meet all our expectations and fulfil all our needs. We want our Twin Flame to heal all our wounds and make us believe in ourselves. We imagine that this would finally help us love and accept ourselves, as we feel we need someone to convince us about our worthiness.
Most of us want to be needed too, so we imagine that we will be able to love this person in such a way that they will feel special in our company and hope that they will never want to leave us not to lose their “specialness”. Already at this very moment, the “unconditional” aspect of love has been collapsed because what I have just described is very conditioned.
Since love is not conditioned by its own definition, the above expectations of what we want our Twin Flame to do for us, has nothing to do with love. By that, it has nothing to do with a Twin Flame.
Your ultimate Twin Flame union is your rendezvous with the Universe.
There will be individuals stepping forth to remind you about the love within you, helping you unlock it again and again. Some will show you what direction you don’t want to go, while some will run alongside for a while.
There are some soulmates we meet more often than others and in whose presence, we are able to open up to love and to the divine faster. We miss them in particular because we actually miss ourselves – our core divinity and our loving essence. Their presence reminds us of it, and ignites the connection.
Soulmates and the Twin Flame
Some soulmates can be our teachers, some our friends and some we can be involved romantically with. We love mostly those in whose presence we can see our own divinity and experience the flow of love. When another loves us, the love within us starts resonating and we open up. As we, unfortunately, associate this experience with a given person, we shut down the flow, once the person is not around.
We love mostly those in the presence of who we can see our own divinity and experience the flow of love. When another loves us, the love within us starts resonating and we open up to its flow. As we, unfortunately, associate this experience with a given person, we shut down the flow, once the person is not around. In this way, we close ourselves to love and make our happiness dependent on another.
Soulmates are not the Twin Flame though. Your ultimate Twin Flame union is not a romantic relationship with someone but a rendezvous with the whole Universe.
We are a part of the whole and can’t run away from it
This adventure called “life” is to show us that no matter what happens, we are a part of the whole and can’t run away. In fact, deep inside us we know that we do not really want to escape because we do not want to deny any part of ourselves, as we might have been taught on the surface level.