Losing a soul mate or twin flame can be a very painful experience. As your soul mate or twin flame relationship began, you felt so much love, joy and happiness. But this will now be offset by an equal amount of pain and emotional turmoil as the relationship ends.
Many people believe spiritually connected relationships are supposed to last forever. In a sense they do. But only in the spiritual realm. On the earthly plane, these relationships are in our lives for a reason or a season. But not always a life time. You can get over the pain of losing a soul mate or twin flame. But it’s going to take some discipline and perseverance on your part.
So how can you get over the pain of losing a soul mate or twin flame? It’s going to take a lot of effort as well and mental fortitude to move past it. The spiritual connection is one that’s very strong, with deep karmic roots. Unplugging the connection from your energy can really have a devastating effect on your psyche and well being. The thing to remember is that you’re not alone. Many people have come through this experience. And they’ve lived, to love again, in this lifetime.
Allow yourself some time to grieve. This isn’t an easy experience. So be gentle with yourself. Once the crying, punching pillows and eating ice cream is over, it’s time to get on with your life.
STEPS TO GETTING OVER A SOUL MATE OR TWIN FLAME
- Focus on yourself. Find a passion for something in your life and go with it. If you don’t have a passion, find one. It can be anything. But it needs to be something that will refocus your mind. This helps you stop thinking about them, the relationship and the connection. Many people have gone back to school to learn how to do something new. Others redecorate their house or write books. Try taking dance classes or learn a new language. It doesn’t matter what it is as long as it is something you can focus on. It’s also better if it’s something that will improve your well being and personal growth.
- Write in a journal. Putting down your feelings and emotions on paper is a good way of expressing and releasing them. You can write a letter to your soul mate or twin flame and express to them exactly how you feel. Tell them how the ending of your relationship has devastated your life. This will not be an easy exercise because it will be an emotional experience. But it will also allow you let go of some of the anger and loss you’re feeling. Do NOT send the written words to your soul mate or twin flame. If you need further release, you can burn the pages and release it to the Universe.
- Volunteer or help others. When we give to others, especially those in need, whether human or animals, it raises our vibration. The simple act of giving to those less fortunate than ourselves can make us grateful for our position in life. It’s sad that you’ve lost your soul mate or twin flame. But there are others out there in the world who are homeless, without food, sick or in other dire conditions. Giving to them unconditionally will help heal your heart as you share with them.
- Accept the lesson. Soul mate and twin flame relationships are in our lives to teach us life lessons. The experiences of these relationships will help you learn, grow and evolve. And that’s for the advancement of your soul and it’s journey here on Earth. Most personal growth occurs through pain. It really is just the way it is. The pain of losing a spiritual partner is one of the most difficult experiences to overcome. But you will definitely expand your awareness and consciousness through this experience. Review your relationship with your soul partner. Was it perfect? When did things go wrong? Try and figure out what the lesson is. It could be simply the lesson of letting go once the relationship ends. There is a lesson in there, so embrace it.
You will find joy again. You will be happy again and you will love again. It’s going to take some time so focus on yourself, or others, and the healing will begin. Not all soul mate or twin flame relationship endings are permanent. Many times there needs to be separation for a period of time to do something or learn something. And then come back together.