Personally, I hadn't heard of 'twin flame' until long after I'd found myself burned by one. Nor did I know what 'twin flame energy' felt like. Not to catalogue my mistakes, I made more than a few - in the face of strong opposition from a 'runner', it's important to forgive myself for all of them. But after last night's flurry of metaphysical lightning, it's my surmise that the really important thing is to share what I've learned in case it's useful to others.
Not until after the 'catalogue of errors' had hammered all thermals into the ground did metaphysical manifestation come into being - finding myself hit by surges of some kind of energy. A very strange sensation, one I'd never experienced before; when it first started, fair to say it blew my mind. Now I'm used to it, and it hits me (by various degrees) several times a day, so although I never get to spend time with this person I know that he and I are connected on this level. That makes for a lot of trust, at least as far as I'm concerned, and trust is an issue most people have issues with these days.
What if there are an awful lot of people out there who've met their twin flame, but in the face of games and running tactics have chosen to burn it down? There's a lot to be said for what people say about love - it's meant to be unconditional, we do well to give it freely without expecting in return, that when it's true it never dies, and so forth. Up against a Twin who appears to see no credit in any of these things, something is going to come unstuck. Not everyone holds the same belief system. We don't really understand Love any more than we understand Quantum Mechanics, but the further I travel on my personal journey the more confident I become that there is a powerful connection between the two.
Physicists will tell you that Nature loves symmetry - where there's Love, therefore, there's Fear. Positive lives alongside Negative - two sides to every coin. Light is easy to see, but we have a lot of trouble with Dark Matter, so no wonder love is blind. I could spend all day tracking down similar analogies but the point of this Post is that there is a point, no matter how hard it may be at times to see it, and that everything does happen for a reason. If you crossed your Twin Flame off a long time ago, track through the events of your life that conjoined to bring you together, and the synchronicities which keep you reminded of another version of What Is against the Standard Candle.
Our lives are all unique, and it's up to us what we do with them. We learn about ourselves through challenges we face - if it's silly to pretend that the last tear is going to be the last one we ever cry, we can at least take stock from realising we are stronger than we think we are when the chips are really down; when this life is over we have a lot to take with us in the learning. Some speak of of 'false twins' and behaviours you're likely to encounter with them. Everything seems to be a matter of perspective.
I'm not sure you can have a false flame, any more than you can have a false particle, but you can love for a lifetime, of that I'm very certain. That is perhaps what lifetimes are for.
Being who we are being a blessing and a curse, it's difficult to assess what's right and wrong in the way we go about things. This being the case, it's only the essence of our being that knows who we are and what we should be doing about it. Whatever anyone else says about the way we should be, they are not being us - they are being themselves.
Evolution is a natural process of nature, however it happens (er -room for argument). Yeah, I can claim every label in the mental illness handbook. Depressive? Sometimes. Bipolar? Difficult to say, depends if I'm up or down. Schizophrenic? A matter of medical opinion. Psychic? That's not on the list of mental illnesses, but lumps in with witches and crazy people. Since learning that we exist on multiple dimensional levels, I find it very difficult - sometimes impossible - to shut off the access routes of those levels. So a lot of the time, I don't know where I am. Or who I'm talking to.
Being me is a complicated process. My life has Happiness plastered all over it, but am I grateful? Not all the time. I guess I'm learning to balance love and fear in the course of my own evolution, which some might say is a waste of time as it involves a lot of thinking. My theory is that 'mental illness' has become a term to coin a phrase that fits the professionals, bootleggers and Powers that Be, who sure don't want anyone evolving around here. Whatever we go through, we learn from, and whatever we learn helps us to become the beings we want to be.
Where there's love, there's freedom. Where there's fear, there's pain. And where there's pain there's always someone else to blame, that's just human nature. If we get above ourselves, we're cruising for a fall and someone else is inevitably going to be responsible. So if we can learn to love without fear, in the course of being ourselves, we should be getting somewhere, even if we don't know where it is. For more on that, check out the Uncertainty Principle. It's very important to consider ourselves as particle, whichever wave we ride.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.