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Or you're living your entire life in the shadow of waiting for them to come back to you.
It is here where we do the things we will most regret on the other side.
This is where we are in danger of losing our dignity.
All the theories in the world are fantastic, but let's deal with the real world stuff first, so we aren't incapacitated from life anymore.
I will be entirely honest that I think twin flames has become somewhat like a religion, each sect of people holding passionately to their beliefs.
You are not serving your twin by being a doormat to them. This is the stage that gets ugly because we too often get it into our heads that all that has to happen for this to work.
is to get the other person to see us in person, and quite frankly, fuck us.Below are my own opinions based on my own experience, study, research and talking to hundreds upon hundreds of twin flames. You are here for a reason, I pray you are blessed 1.Shock and Awe The very first thing you'll discover is the deep sense of knowing. This happens with all types of soul bonds, but there is a weight that comes with the twin flame meeting that doesn't with the others.Every place that you are not acting in your best interest, and where you need to grow. In my personal experience, we had about two months of the honeymoon period where all was right with the world, we were in awe of finally having found one another and we knew there could be no deeper love than what we were feeling at the time. Fights over stupid things that felt like the world hinged on it. Some twin flame unions can turn abusive and that is never something you should stay in. That being said, do your own inventory of how you're being with your twin. I would remind you to treat your twin with the same dignity and respect you want to be treated with.Painful reminders of abandonment, rejection, insecurities and jealousies. He also met someone else who, at first, was just a fun distraction since he lived so far away, but later became the perfect place for him to run to. You cannot force reunion and furthermore, the mirror does work both ways.In the end of my relationship, my twin chose his fears over us, in the end I chose god, myself and a higher purpose over him. I have to live my life out in my own truth that I am separated from my twin, but that while I was in that relationship, it did everything it was supposed to and that's in large part to how I responded to it and how I navigated it. The other big point - Being a twin flame to someone does not give you rights to abuse or otherwise victimize a person and we always have the right, the ability, and the responsibility to say, "No, you cannot treat me like this." I feel very strongly that too many of us act in fear of "losing" this other person and give them far more leeway than we ever would anyone else.