Written by Gary Wonning
Souls are often compared to a clump of grapes.
The clump of grapes is the actual soul and each individual grape is an individual representation of the whole. As the grapes choose to incarnate on earth or elsewhere, they seperate from the clump and live their individual life experience. After fulfilling their mission in physical form, they once again return to the “clump”.
After they return, the whole “clump” learns from their experience and the soul is able to evolve much quicker than if just one personification of the soul incarnated at a time.
As a result, we can actually have more than one twin flame in the physical existence at the same time, and many times we meet on the physical plane and experience life together. We choose which entity to join with based on our life mission, and the mission of the other soul fragment.
We recognize the other aspect of our soul when in human form, even though in some it would be subtle and they wouldn’t recognize them as a soul mate, just someone whom they get along with quite well, and who they have much in common.
Many we meet on a daily basis could fit that mold, but a twin flame would be more special than the others and would maintain a special place in our heart, even for many years after the meeting.
If you should separate on the physical level, they would never leave your memory.
Often times, we choose the wrong twin and it doesn’t correspond with our mission, that is why often times, relationships don’t work out. As people used to say, we are in the right church, but the wrong pew.
In this instance we have two choices, change partners, or change our mission, in most cases if we change our mission, we will never be happy, unless our original mission was to change our mission.
This is our decision and our decision alone, only we can know the correct path to follow, and we can only know which path to follow by letting our instincts, or gut tell us, we have to listen within, no one can tell us.
In the case of twin flames incarnating simultaneously, they each benefit, evolve, and grow from the experience, even if one aspect of the soul seems to decrease vibrationally.
The end result will be positive and if one of them did well, it will lift up the others.
His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.
He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.
He has published several books about his adventures.
For more information, please consult his website,www.journeysthrulife.com.
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