It is a pleasure to share this original, exclusive-to-sparkingEvolution post by
Noelle Noli aka The Red Pill Girl
Writer, editor, outlaw
Anger is back in fashion. There is even Anger Yoga now, which, in my opinion, is much better than it being out of fashion… (a casualty of the new age movement). But both positions relegate Anger into the same category that we find ourselves unconsciously placing our Twin Partnerships: as nouns.
What does this mean?
It means that we hold it as an object – something that can be denied or accepted, used or controlled, expressed or rejected. But in our Sacred Union Partnerships we actually don’t have that option. It’s like standing in front of a mirror, moving my right arm and expecting my image to stay still. It just isn’t that way.
Emotions, like Anger, in Twin relationships require the same recognition of their truest state as our relationship does – that their untainted state is as a Verb not a Noun.
In our Twin Flame Unions we are pressed into the often uncomfortable recognition that the physics of all the feelings that run thru it are subject to the same physics that are the Union itself. The feelings, like the Union, aren’t something we can bring in, push out, throw around, gag, or maneuver…. you can only do those things to nouns.
The Twin Flame Physics highlights that you, your partner, the union and all the feelings within it are Verbs… are in process… are the very action they denote.
You can’t grasp it – you can only be it.
Unlike in other connections, our Flame partner is not separate from our being. And I don’t mean it in the same way that people talk about “we are all One.” I mean it in the same way that our organs are not separate from our bodies. Our language betrays the true nature of my liver in the same way that it betrays the true nature of feelings. It is truer to say my liver is liver-ing, my lungs are lung-ing because they are what they DO. It is more accurate to say I am Noelle-ing than I am Noelle and that Anger is Anger-ing. My partnership lives entirely in the world of verb-ship as do the feelings which live within it.
I notice that…
… if I treat any feeling that waves forward
in my partnership as a separate noun,
I hit a particularly dense brick wall.
My union has led my psyche to approach this physics differently. So, what to do if we find ourselves (as I still constantly do) trying to objectify (i.e. separate to understand) my Twin, and the feelings that overwhelm me within the Union?
Honestly, my answer is a bit dissatisfying but I feel it is true: begin the often slow process of shifting the Energetic Tenses in which we live as Twins. It IS different… and making that shift makes a difference.