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Walking Away From Your Twin Flame: How To Make It Easier On Yourself

Walking Away From Your Twin Flame: How To Make It Easier On Yourself

Walking away from your twin flame can be an extremely painful thing to do, but there are ways that you can make this process easier for you.

For many of the twin flames that are currently on earth, the shift over the last few years has taken its toll on our relationship and we have to walk away and end the entanglement. What can you expect and do if you find yourself in this situation?

When I first came across information about twin flames, I read a piece that went something along the lines of, when a twin flame is born, they spend their whole life knowing and sensing that something is missing, but never knowing what that something is – until they day they meet their twin flame.

On that day, at that moment, they know what was missing and they feel complete, and they can never again be away from their twin flame without feeling and knowing that loss deeply.

I never imagined how painful that loss would be, and I wasn’t prepared for it the day I walked away from my twin flame.

Walking Away From Your Twin Flame: How To Make It Easier On Yourself

What Does It Feel Like?

If you’re a twin flame, chances are your life has had spiritual aspects, trials, and challenges in it – so you’re no stranger to pain. Neither am I.

Still, I was totally unprepared for how walking away from my twin flame relationship would impact me. For a start, the sense that I’m moving towards something and someone important has gone. It almost feels like there’s nothing exciting that is coming up or can happen for me with love. In a way, I’ve lost hope with love. That’s never happened before.

Secondly, I feel strangely complete. It’s odd to feel that because I’ve never really had a relationship that I felt met my needs. Yet after this, I feel complete, like no one can add anything else by being in a romantic relationship with me, and there’s no point in even trying. For the first time in my life, I honestly think I don’t want a relationship. That’s definitely new, because like you, the relationship has always been the first prize for me.

Do you want to know more about twin flame separation? Read Twin Flames Separation: The Runner and the Chaser

The Next Lesson Of Love

It was thinking about feeling complete that eventually led me to realize what the next lesson of love is, after the twin flame and losing the twin flame.

The universe and teachers always say that – there’s always another lesson, there’s always more to learn, but on Earth’s plane? What more could there be to learn of love than a complete and completing twin flame relationship?

At its essence, the twin flame relationship is the love and acceptance of the self – the highest actualization that we know. You love wholly another aspect of your own soul, your Self. So what could come after that?

Well, the answer is Messianic love: the ability to completely love anyone.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that you’ll find someone you want to love or someone that can handle the intensity of your focus and love, but the love that will begin to arise in you after you finally start to recover from having your soul shattered is a deep love for any, and the ability to be able to express it consciously and at will.

And that’s basically a nice way of saying you’re going to have to CHOOSE to love the next person with this next lesson of love. The heady rush of falling in love is most likely behind you. This experience will change you forever, and like many lessons, it doesn’t always feel comfortable and wonderful at first.

Why Does It Happen?

If twin flames are so perfectly matched and the love and energy they create are so important, then why do so many of those relationships end?

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Chemory Gunko

The author and creator of the Life Coaches Toolbox, Healer, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, Chemory Gunko, also known as Amara Christi. She teaches, coaches, mentor, does readings and healings and makes a huge body of work available to spiritual journeys on her site, Author posts