Today, we are taking a deep dive into an extremely fascinating topic: how to overcome resistance and ground yourself in your Twin Flame journey. And I promise you, it’s going to be as exciting as watching a cat trying to figure out how mirrors work. So buckle up and let’s get started!
Resistance, it’s like that awkward family member at reunions that you wish you could avoid. It’s prevalent in areas where you need to ground, creating issues that are as welcome as a porcupine in a balloon factory. And let’s face it, most of us have been there, haven’t we? But here’s the deal: it’s time to get past that resistance and elevate ourselves. We are not here to wage a war against the high; instead, we are here to use it for our benefit.
Now, imagine a skyscraper. You’re at the top, breathing in the view of your life at its highest potential. Breathtaking, isn’t it? That’s the vision of your “most high” life. Now ask yourself: what do you need to manifest to reach this pinnacle?
Investing in your “most high” is akin to investing in the tallest skyscraper. It’s not about the little highs that are like short buildings scattered around. It’s about the grand design, the long-term vision. It’s about choosing what suits your “most high,” not the “little high.” And that’s where the magic happens.
But here’s the catch: to get to the “most high,” you need to have the awareness of what’s good for you. And then, you need to do it. Not because someone tells you to, but because you love yourself enough to take that step. Just like when you resist that extra slice of cake even though it’s begging you to eat it.
Along this journey, there’s a sneaky little pattern we often fall into – invalidating ourselves. It’s a bit like telling the universe that we don’t deserve the best, like wanting a horse and settling for a hamster. We need to stop that. We need to value ourselves and our inner work.
And here’s something you might relate to: we are incredibly hard on ourselves. If self-criticism were an Olympic sport, some of us would be gold medalists. But let’s be clear – being hard on ourselves doesn’t serve our “most high”. So it’s time to stop that. Let’s trade that in for self-love, appreciation, and a commitment to our most high life.
In a nutshell, overcoming resistance in the Twin Flame journey is all about grounding ourselves in self-love, valuing our inner work, and investing in our “most high.” It might not always be easy, but remember – neither is watching a cat trying to figure out mirrors. But just like that cat, we learn, we grow, and eventually, we see our reflection in the mirror of our “most high” life.
So, go ahead. Embrace your inner power. Because you, dear reader, are worth it.
And remember, this journey is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. Except there’s no finish line, just milestones of growth, and no one’s trying to dump a bucket of water on you (hopefully). Keep going, and keep growing. Peace out!