BE YOUR OWN GURU FIRST

“When navigating the twin flame path or any spiritual journey, it is natural to sometimes want to reach out to someone else for healing and/or help. But who are we reaching to? Is this person's energy compatible with ours? How do we even know?”

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THE PURPOSE OF THE JOURNEY

“As many of us have already come to know, the journey does not implore us to change. Rather, it challenges us to accept ourselves fully, attain an inner state of balance, and give up the fantasy of thinking that another person can save us or that we are not already whole on our own…”

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THE GODDESS OF SACRED LOVE

“With the Divine Feminine archetype, Aphrodite, reinforcing the message of sacredness in our bodies during the year of the sacred self, we are led to release beliefs, thoughts, and patterns, that no longer serve us…“

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THE SPIRIT DANCES

“…eventually, I began to appreciate the gifts of not getting what I thought I had to have. I also ultimately realized that not everything that hurt indicated a need for healing…” 

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EMOTIONAL CULTISM: BEWARE OF BLIND BELIEFS

“These days we are hearing a lot about cults, past and present. From Netflix's popular exposé on the Rajneesh to the terrifyingly, almost unbelievable story of Nxivm, we're reminded of how dangerous it is to give away our power while following something or someone blindly…” 

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SACREDNESS IS KNOWING

“A true sacred relationship is a relationship in which we "see" the divine in our partner and experience oneness--not wholeness or completeness--but oneness through our union of two…“

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FEATURED AUTHOR: SHEILA JENKINS

Upon meeting your Twin Soul for the first time you will feel a shift in the core of your being because you are meeting yourself. It is the most beautiful, sacred and divine love that goes way beyond the physical...

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WRITER SERVICES

I have received numerous requests for assistance from twin flames wanting to write and publish their stories, and from those whose books are already out there but are not being seen...

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