The term twin flames is becoming well-known and highly misunderstood. Too many people are getting obsessed with being a twin flame and wasting time waiting for love that they don't feel good enough to have.
It's decreasing their self worth and damaging their mental health. It's causing issues like normalising rejection and abandonment, as a part of the experience on the way to 'true love', and that's not okay.
People are getting stuck in trying to figure out if they are a twin flame, if this person they're obsessing over is their twin flame, and holding on to the promise that they'll come back together in what's called 'twin flame union'.
I spent years stuck in this cycle, panicking over the time that was passing me by, and the potential of not ever coming back together with my twin flame and ultimately living a life alone... What really scared me was not having the love or children I so desperately wanted, yet I couldn't let go of my twin flame label.
I don't want anyone else to...
This is not only true of twin flames, it's true of everyone in your life. Your perception of the people around you is a reflection of you...
When someone's behaviour hits a nerve, when it triggers you, when you have a strong opinion on what they're doing, and have a lot to say about it (even if you're just saying that to yourself) your intuition is trying to get your attention.
It's felt more intensely with a twin flame because it's an all-consuming experience, and your attention is focused on them more than anyone else. So it makes sense that they become your most accurate mirror of what's actually going on within you.
* When they reject you, abandon you, or behave in ways you wish they wouldn't ~ think about how you're also doing that to yourself, how are you rejecting self-love, abandoning your self-worth, or behaving in ways that don't serve YOU.
* When they do or say something that leads you to think 'wow, they really need to work on... their boundaries, their attitude, their...
How do you know if you've met your twin flame?
Your twin flame is a person who acts like a catalyst, triggering you to take a look at yourself, your life, and how you can improve it by doing the inner work we all need to do. They're your motivation, the person who makes you want to be the best you can be.
Your twin flame isn't necessarily a romantic connection, although it's more common than not. Some people actually have a twin flame who is a family member or friend...
Because we're each driven by different motivations. So if you're the kind of person who is motivated by love, your twin flame is likely to be a romantic connection. This is simply how the universe gets your attention and sends you on this journey.
It feels like you have an intense connection with this person, and once your twin flame journey begins to play out it can be a rollercoaster of emotion. When you first meet you might feel giddy around them, like you can't get enough, and when you're apart you're impatient...
This was the biggest takeaway one reader took from my book 'Kerry Explains The Law of Attraction'...
I made this a full step in my 5 step process because THIS WAS HUGE FOR ME. It changed my Law of Attraction process from almost working to getting actual real life results!
Out of the following list of invisible things, which do you believe in and which do you KNOW to be factually real ~ Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, God, Gravity, Electricity, the Internet...
We don't see physical proof of any of them, but we wouldn't say we BELIEVE in electricity ~ as if our belief would make it real. We KNOW it's real. We don't tend to obsess over whether it's going to work one day and not the next, we simply accept that it's part of our reality and move on.
Apply the same logic to your dreams and manifestations. They do exist, you KNOW they exist, or you wouldn't be able to want them.
If someone else has what you want, that proves it's real, proves it's a thing you can have too. Accept that as part of...
The biggest changes come through those pivotal moments, when life as you know it doesn't look the same anymore, when you question something important that you thought you knew, and you're forced to step out of your comfort zone.
Sometimes it means hitting rock bottom, wading through the mud to rise up towards the light and grow like a lotus. Some call this experience the 'dark night of the soul' and going through that was the turning point for me.
The darkest time in my life was the best thing that could have happened. It set me on a path towards becoming who I've become, happier than I've ever been before, self-aware and conscious of how it all works. Of course, it didn't feel like that at the time, but now I'm grateful for my 'dark night of the soul'. I wouldn't be me without it.
So don't be scared of the bad times, they always teach you something, and you have to fall before you can rise. Every experience is a lesson, a challenge in the project of becoming the best version of you
#tbt the day I said goodbye to my car. I was sad to see her go, of course, but also grateful for what she represented. I actually manifested this car into my life.
The classic Audi TT had been my dream car since before I learnt to drive. When my car before her was beyond repair, I briefly wondered if the universe was making space in my life for an upgrade. Then I surrendered the thought, knowing it would turn up when it was meant to and, much to my surprise, I was driving this little beauty within a week.
I love driving and I loved driving this car, but when I moved to the bright city lights of London I used her less and less as I adventured across the city on the tube and train. So it was a relief to let go of the financial responsibility that comes with maintaining, insuring and taxing a car, not to mention the parking tickets and embraced a new kind of freedom.
Moving to London, practically overnight, was a huge leap forwards for me and making changes was inevitable. So I...
I'm living in an upgraded version of my life and sometimes I still want to pinch myself, still learning to accept that I deserve all that I have attracted towards me, still wrestling with the cliche 'too good to be true'. Based on experience and social conditioning, I have to stop myself asking 'what's the catch?'
I can see, looking back, that my previous challenges, blocks, and lessons happened for a reason, moving me in this direction towards upgrade after upgrade. I can also see that I played my own part in getting here, by doing the work of self-development. My biggest block was accepting that I am worthy of the upgrades.
There were dark times, and there will still be dips as well as peaks because its an ongoing journey of learning, but I know that it has all been for my highest good and will continue to be. It's hard to remind myself that the dips are temporary. They feel so permanent at the time, but they do pass. With a little conscious reflection I recognise them as mud...
I love meditating. I sometimes have to skip my morning practice, when life gets in the way, but I try to meditate throughout the day, snatching a few minutes here and there, which is also super beneficial. It’s always worth taking a break from the world to reconnect with yourself.
Some people say they can’t meditate, that they can’t clear the mind, but that’s not the focus of meditation, especially when you begin. It’s easier to start by being still for 5 minutes, to sit with your eyes closed and come back to yourself, to just be within your body. All you can do is let the thoughts come, whatever they are, and let them be, but if you do this regularly, your mind will slow down, and your thoughts will become calmer and quieter over time. Then you can explore the different kinds of meditation out there, and the fun will really begin.
I practice a combination of reiki and transcendental meditation, but I started by simply closing my eyes and slowing my...
You might have heard about vibrational frequencies, that blissed out happy people are vibrating on another level... they're vibing with happy vibes, right? But anyone can do that.
You don't have to get the ins and outs of quantum physics to understand that everything is made of teeny tiny atoms of energy. The basics of science teaches us that solids liquids and gases are just atoms vibrating at different frequencies... and that applies to everything, even waves of sound, even waves of emotion.
So if you choose to feel happy, if you flood yourself with the purest feeling of joy you can imagine, you're vibrational state will attract more of the same. By tuning in to the vibration you want to attract, you're allowing it to play through you, like a radio station.
Don't believe me? I'm more than happy to explain
I love bumblebees. Fuzzy buzzy bloody important little buggers. Bees are everything
To be able to catch a shot like this just proves to me that I‘m practicing mindfulness in real life, which is a reward in itself. Being mindful means being here and now, not worrying about the past or future. Noticing the little things, that are so easily missed and taken for granted, reminds us to be present, to take notice, to see the magic of our world in every moment.
I try to practice mindfulness whenever I remember by acknowledging the sights, sounds, smells, touch and taste I am experiencing, with childlike wonder and gratitude. Sometimes when I’m fumbling over something I repeat ‘mindful mindful’ and that slows me down to stop the clumsiness. I guess even saying the word ‘mindful’ in my head is a mindfulness practice