I interview Rob and Angie, twin flames who have been on this journey for 20 years. They share their experiences over that time and how they came together from both the masculine and feminine perspective. They explain how each experienced it, what each was going through, other relationships, healing, trust and ultimately surrender which led to reunion. We also talk about physical union and what it actually means to be “in union,” which is much deeper than simply being in contact with your twin. Does the journey end when you get into union? Our purpose for sharing is to inspire you to keep going. Reunions DO happen but you must go through the healing process! If you’d like more wisdom from Rob and Angie, please follow their FB page at https://www.facebook.com/Twinfinity-909137125917508/?notif_id=1507660813335712¬if_t=fbpage_fan_invite
Here is Angie’s most recent article:
11 Things I’ve Learned on My Journey to Twin Flame Union
I met my twin flame on July 25, 1997 before there was talk or even information of twin flames. We didn’t know at the time we met that we were twin flames; we just knew our lives would be changed forever. We had the unique meeting, the instant magical connection, and the deep soul bond. We also had the heartbreak and soul wrenching separation—for 17 years. But I wouldn’t change a single thing about our journey, because every single piece of it has made me who I am and brought me to where I am; happily in union. My TF and I married on July 25, 2017—exactly 20 years from the magical day that we met.
Some things I have learned from my twin flame journey that I share in hopes of helping you with your journey:
~1~ Healing Is Hard, But Worth It. I’ve spent over 20 years constantly working on myself with counselors, reiki practitioners and other healers to work through childhood traumas and abuse. Not even knowing of the TF concept, but feeling an inner drive that I had to heal, I just faced every bit of pain that came up—sometimes with courage, other times with fear. What I’ve learned though, is to get to union you must heal your wounds and karma. It’s hard, it’s painful and sometimes I thought it was never going to end; that every challenge was just going to come up again and again in different onion layers. Lesson Learned–Eventually, slowly overtime, healing happens.
~2~ The Answers Are WITHIN! When I awoke to the awareness of being a twin flame in April of 2013, there was very little information about twin flames, so I didn’t have the luxury of much outside information. I had to go within and meditate to get the answers and guidance, which turned out to be the best way. Others in the TF community can offer guidance and help, but ultimately, the TF journey is an inside job. No one has the answers and solutions that are right for you and your union, better than YOU. Lesson Learned–As Conversations With God says “You must go within or you go without”
~3~ Feeling Crazy Feels Crazy, But It’s Part of The Journey. My TF started talking to me telepathically shortly after I learned that we were TFs (but long before I told him we were). I truly thought I was NUTS when I would hear him talking to me telepathically or feel his energy. Over time, I started to believe the telepathic messages and feelings because they made sense and there were too many synchronicities. I could no longer argue them as crazy delusions. Lesson Learned–As Patricia McNeilly often says “You are NOT crazy!”
~4~ LOVE Is The Answer—ALWAYS! My TF would tell me telepathically that he wanted to be together but felt inadequate, saying that I was so much more spiritually advanced than him. I would constantly reassure him (telepathically in 5D of course, as we were just starting to re-establish a friendship in 3D). I began talking to him in 5D A LOT. Not knowing what else to do, but knowing that love is the greatest healer, I started sending him love constantly. In meditation, I would see my love pouring into each and every cell of his body, to help him heal and awaken. I did this for 6 months straight, every single day, twice a day. I would also visualize our chakras open, cleared and connected. Lesson Learned–Love is the greatest healer
~5~ LET GO! Like most, my TF did the 3D stuff of not responding to texts and phone calls. It would DRIVE ME CRAZY!!! It was only when I finally surrendered and let go of wanting and needing something from him that he would respond. I started to see the pattern that as soon as I finally surrendered and let go he would come back, so I started to let go more frequently and easily. And he then started communicating more frequently in 3D. Our TF is US so they feel our energy; when our energy is needy, they pull away to help us remember that what we need is INSIDE of us, not in them. Lesson Learned–Let go of the need for your twin.
~6~ Drama Has NO Place In Union! If you are striving for union, then let go of drama. If you’re in drama, you will not draw union closer to you. Drama is 3D energy, Union is 5D energy. They do not come from the same place, and they cannot live in the same place. Bad mouthing, resenting, or otherwise calling down you twin is drama and just pushes them further away. Yes, healing of the self is required to get to union. BUT, healing can be done without drama! Lesson Learned–Drama will not attract union, drama will repel union.
~7~ We Are ONE-There is Only ME. My twin is ME so rather than looking at him and seeing something that bothers me or triggers me, I go within and find out what about ME I need to heal. As twins, we are each other’s mirrors, so if my twin is reflecting something I don’t like, I look within instead of pointing the finger at my twin. Lesson Learned–Look within when triggered as there is more inner healing to do.
~8~ Trust Yourself and The Process. I was told by my own inner guidance to tell my TF that we were twin flames, but I resisted for a long time. One, because he and I were both in other relationships, two, because we were just starting to re-establish a friendship after 17 years apart that I didn’t want to ruin, and three, because I didn’t trust myself and the process. A year and a half after I discovered the twin flame information, I was finally PUSHED to tell my TF but was terrified to, fearing that he would never speak to me again—especially because he is a very left brain, analytical person so I feared he wouldn’t “get it”. His response, when I finally told him though: “…I Still Love you…” Lesson Learned–Trust Yourself!
~9~ Truth, Truth and Nothing But The Truth! My twin and I were still in soulmate/karmic relationships when I told him of our connection. We were confused and didn’t know what to do. We wanted to be together; we felt strongly pulled to be together. But, we didn’t know how to proceed forward, especially since we were still in other relationships. Lies became a part of our daily life and it got ugly for all involved. For us, it was part of karma that still needed to be released with our karmic relationships, but what I have learned from the experience; tell the truth. Lies just cause pain and harm to all involved. Lesson Learned–Lies create more karma, truth sets you free!!
~10~ Imperfection is Perfection. Just because you get to union, it does not mean that your life is now perfect and completely healed. There are still challenges to overcome once you are in union, and you will still grow and evolve—as an individual and as a united couple. Union is not the “be all, end all” that some believe it is. Yes, it’s wonderful and blissful at times, but don’t be fooled into thinking that all is perfect all the time once you reach union. Lesson Learned–Life is not magically perfect once you get to union-5D is not a place, but rather a choice.
~11~ The Same, Yet Different. My twin is the same as me, yet opposite too… it’s a great dynamic of Yin and Yang. We look alike, we think alike, we have similar values and goals yet, I am introverted, he is extroverted, I love the dark, he loves the light, I like to be quiet, and he likes to talk. I’ve learned that it takes patience and respect to balance the opposite sides of our natures. After 2.5 years in union, we are still learning to find balances between my introverted nature and his extroverted nature and so that each of us is content and happy. Lesson Learned–Do not expect to be alike in every way; your twins but mirrors too.
By Angie Carriere September 2017