The Truth of my Inward Journey

The Truth of my Inward Journey By Rae H

two-lotus-flowers-000020782111_LargeI would like to share a portion of my journey with you. I share only what I have found to be True for me and my Path. Please read with an open and discerning heart.

A little background. My Twin and I stopped sharing physical space and communication in May 2015. It was then that I first came across Twin Flames. While I found many helpful articles and many wonderful people along the same journey, it seemed to me that there was a lot of focus on the lack rather than steps to take to bridge the space between Twins.

While not sharing space with our beloved is a difficult place to be (haven’t we all had a dark night of the Soul?) it is one of the most self-healing spaces to be in. We have found an amazing, unbelievable connection. We experienced the joy and bliss of Love in ways we never thought possible. And then the rug is seemingly swept out from under us.

The Love that was shared has become something else. The partner we thought would Love us for all time has seemingly given up on us, or we have seemingly given up on them.

At this point in our journey, does it really matter who is the so called runner or chaser? Isn’t what we really want information on how to shorten this painful process? That was the only thing I was looking for when I joined the groups. I read all that I could and attached various damaging labels to myself and her. I was the so called chaser or some other label. I was the so called Spiritual twin or whatever. I was in a so called separation phase from my love. All this did was cloud the inward journey. As I began to spend less and less time in the groups looking for answers, the more time I had to focus on me.

This is not to say that there is not wonderful Souls and information available in the groups. Some of my closest friends I have now have come from the groups. On my recent road trip, a friend I met in these groups a year ago and I met for the first time and we shared the road for a time. The connections we can make within the groups is real, is profound, is a blessing.

Yet when I began to take the time to focus on me and my journey, the more her and I began to find each other again. It has not always been easy and there have been bumps in the road. Yet the more and more I worked on myself, the more and more she and I began to talk and reconnect. After everything we have been through, after the distance we had each put between us, we are in regular contact.

We each have our own unique journey and none of us are alone along that journey. The encouragement we get from each other, or offer to each other is a soothing balm to a hurt and wounded Soul. It was for mine. Yet at the end of the day, no matter how much Loving guidance and advice we get, it is up to each and every one of us to do what is right for us. If we take the time to sit with ourselves and listen to our heart, I imagine we will find everything we are looking for.

In Love,

Rae