- What if… the Twin Flame journey is a stepping stone and not a destination?
- What if… Union is a catapulting construct that helps you quickly identify, reconcile and transmute every energy that is not aligned with L*O*V*E so you can thrive beyond the perimeters of the construct itself?
- What if… The Path leads to experiences that far surpass reunion and living in the everydayness of Twin partnering?
I pose these questions, because all of these scenarios exist as possibility. Yet, this may not be something you want – or are ready – to hear. And I completely understand.
There was a time when ALL I WANTED
(quite frenziedly, I might add)
was for a channel, tarot reader, spiritual guide
or insightful friend to assure me that
at some future time, my Twin and I
would be together; and together
for the rest of this lifetime.
I wanted to know, for sure, right now, for forever.
Sometimes, I would seek someone to calm my dis-ease, tell me what I wanted to hear, and then I could breathe again, until the next time fear paralyzed me. It always returned. And when it did, I would seek out someone else to comfort me. I didn’t have the maturity or wisdom to observe through anything but a myopic lens.
It took me a very long time to even allow myself the thought that my Twin and I might not be together. My heart just couldn’t take it. Even though I knew the purpose of our Union was, in part, to template a new relational, L*O*V*E paradigm, I still had very conventional ideas of how it would happen, how it would look and the way I wanted to feel within the Connection.
The point is: I cannot know how this will unfold or how it will look in the future. And neither can you, as it relates to your Union. I cannot view into your future and declare a specific outcome because there are far too many variables. I cannot tell you that you will be partnered and in my opinion neither can anyone else, mostly because each Twin has a sovereign ability to choose based on freewill.
I exist to remind you to
LOOK WITHIN FOR YOUR POWER.
It is NOT in your Union. It is NOT in your Twin.
It lies in YOUR heart, waiting to be acknowledged, reclaimed and wielded with a new-found courage.
When you reclaim the core essence of you,
and consciously wield it with Divine authority,
you have a fresh perspective from which to use
the mighty swirling force and all the blessings of Union, whether or not you are partnered with your Twin.
We look to the Union, often bringing sheer desperation. We obsess online in chat rooms and with other Twins. We negotiate with God. We cry (oh, man, do we cry). We speak incessantly to friends. We talk to our Twins; cajoling, explaining, sending them YouTube links trying to get them to understand and get aboard the ship christened Twin Flames. It’s a lot of work.
If you haven’t considered it before (I know I hadn’t), now may be the perfect moment to course-correct and allow the thought (if even for a moment) that there’s something much bigger here presenting itself… an opportunity for radical personal transformation that creates a life worthy of you.
In my own experience, if personal transformation was the point of my Twin Flames journey, I walk with certainty that it has served that purpose. Over-delivered. Spilling. Over. The. Top. I have indeed been transformed by this construct. And I know that, because now it is wholly irrelevant whether or not I am partnered with my Twin, if or when I see him again, if we co-create, or if… anything. I am finally free of the confines that once imprisoned me because all I want now is more personal transformation, in any form. Union delivered me here and I am so grateful.
He isn’t the point and neither is the Union.
Do you really think Twinship was intended or created as a source of grief or angst? of continual, raw pain? of obsession and self-doubt? Not-so-much.
So, if you find yourself right now in a cycle of pain, consider the possibility that in all its wisdom, your higher self chose this construct of The Twin Flame to transform you in the most dramatic, effective and efficient way possible.
That changes things, doesn’t it?