The most common thing I see as a therapist is my clients having a deep seated belief that they aren’t good enough and this usually stems from being deprived of the love they needed as a child.
This leads to behaving from within a painful framework of loss, one which unconsciously shapes your personality and identity.
The way you survive your early years from a place of feeling unworthy of love, of not being good enough, becomes your path of awakening later in life when you realise you can no longer exist from within that place of grief and loss.
An extension from not feeling good enough or worthy of love, is feeling disconnected from others, from feeling undeserving of even being here, to feeling like ‘I don’t matter.’
You cannot heal this emotional trauma from affirmations alone.
If you are knowingly on a Twin Flame journey, then you have most likely experienced what is known as a ‘dark night of the soul’, a dark place where your world has collapsed, you’ve lost meaning to life, maybe even experienced a dark depression.
This is, in fact, the beginning of a deep spiritual awakening. What collapses is the conceptual framework around the meaning you give to your life and when you eventually emerge from the darkness you do so with a transformed state of consciousness.
You awaken to something deeper; you have a deeper sense of connection to yourself and to something bigger than life that is not dependent on any explanation or theoretical ideology.
It is the death of the ego. A re-birthing of the soul.
Every Twin Flame relationship is unique and can’t be simplified, but there is a common thread, a general pattern of the Twin Flame journey.
It can be an intense, overwhelming and painful experience all in one. You may not even know you are on a Twin Flame journey until much later when you go through your own spiritual awakening and start to question why the love you feel never dies.
Heck, you may have never heard of the expression ‘Twin Flames’!
The theory was born from ancient Greek philosopher, Plato, who first created the idea of souls ‘split in two’ that eternally yearn to find their ‘other halves.’ (Maybe this is where the term ‘my other half’ comes from!)
The Twin Flame journey is a profound one, elevating twins to their highest potential and to a deeply fulfilling union.
Here are the stages of the Twin Flame journey…
1. Meeting Your Twin Flame
When you meet your Twin Flame you experience an intense attraction for one another, an instant magnetic pull. The strong connection is undeniable, but you may be completely oblivious to the term and concept of ‘Twin Flames’. You fall deeply and madly in love.
Ever wondered if your relationship is meant to go the distance?
The relationships we have are not always with soulmates that are healing in nature, often they are with karmic partners that aren’t meant to last.
What is a karmic relationship?
Most of us are likely to have experienced at least one karmic relationship, or sometimes several!
A karmic relationship is a relationship that was destined, but rather than for the purpose of coming together in harmonious love like Twin Flames, it is a union that pushes your buttons and becomes toxic by nature.
Karmic relationships are temporary and are designed to guide you and teach you, to clear karma from previous lives or previous relationships.
Karmic relationships are about growth, not perfect union where you grow together.
The inability to forgive is an inability to heal; it blocks spiritual growth and drains vital energy from our souls. Forgiveness is much easier said than done, but to truly move forward it is essential. To allow anger and resentment to reside in our hearts and minds means we are remaining the victim of those who have wronged us. Forgiveness takes strength and determination.
Here are 15 tips on forgiveness:
1. Life is not always fair, neither are people. Do not expect others to behave or treat people how you would.
2. You have every right to feel angry, hurt, sad, resentful, betrayed etc. Accept, understand and express your feelings. Suppressing your feelings only means they will erupt at another time.
3. Forgiveness does not mean maintaining a relationship with someone who has wronged you, or conceding that their actions are ok. Forgiveness is establishing acceptable boundaries.
4. To forgive others, learn to forgive yourself. Self-forgiveness cleanses the soul, washing away shame and guilt.
5. If you find it hard to forgive your parents for imperfect parenting remember they were shaped by the way they were parented as were their parents and so on.
6. Being forgiving is being resilient enough to recover. Forgiveness heals your pain.
Telepathy is a phenomenon by which mind to mind communication occurs. This mental communication, a transference of thought from one mind to another regardless of distance, is based on emotions, feelings, sensations, images and desires. This skill is not only reserved for psychics and mediums when connecting with spirit, you too can communicate telepathically!
Telepathic communication occurs when the mind and body is in a relaxed state and is most likely to happen between people who have had a significant connection to one another. To send a message to someone it is important to hold them in your thoughts and visualise their image. Picture an imaginary path for your communication to travel and believe it will reach its destination. Emotions are powerful so emotionally charge your thought, feeling or desire to the person you want to communicate with.
Deep meditation makes communication with spirit guides and passed over loved ones possible where conversations are exchanged via thought form. Telepathy also occurs in our dreams as well as in the relaxed state just before we fall asleep when it is possible to transmit our thoughts and feelings to another person purely through heightened extra-sensory awareness.