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Who is your twin flame and where do twin flames fit into the great cosmic design?

Who is your twin flame and where do twin flames fit into the great cosmic design?

It’s funny how phrases and words come to have a different meaning than they originally had. The term soulmate used to mean what twin flame implies now, and before that, the phrase kindred spirits was in vogue. Now, however, a soulmate no longer means a predestined lover, so the twin flame has replaced him.

Twin flames are a couple that are closer to each other because their love has been inherited from a previous life or even many past incarnations. They burn more intensely while emitting almost a single light. Who is yours? Let’s explore that question first.

Imagine for a moment that you are high above a forest in early fall. Your point of view is like from a helicopter. Most of the poplars are still green, but in patches and veins, some of the trees have already changed their leaves to yellow. Why have some trees changed and others have not? Why is the yellowish color in spots and veins instead of random spots of yellow? The fact is that the trees in the patch or vein are not each a separate plant being: they are part of a single living plant entity consisting of all the seemingly individual trees in that group. And it shows when everyone decides to prepare for winter together. Poplar trees produce and pollinate seeds, but their main means of reproduction are suckers. That’s where the root of an existing tree sends out a clone of itself that is just a younger part of itself. Why am I telling you this in an article about twin flames?

Souls in the afterlife / before life replicate in the same way as poplars do. Our spirits suck from the root systems of other spirits and all spirits with that same vast network of astral tendrils. Christians assume that God is the father and certainly this incredibly huge extended family of related souls certainly supports the one-parent concept. But let’s limit this discussion to twin flames only.

Within the great grove of our spirits in the royal astral, some souls cluster a little closer than others. And newly sucked souls have a greater affinity for those from whose close roots they have sprung. In these tight-knit groupings there is almost a relationship between parents and children or between siblings that is far from sexual because the souls in the afterlife do not have genders. How could a soul be of any gender when the entire community of souls is technically a single entity like the patch or streak of poplars in a single tree replicated countless times but still all united?

A couple who have found themselves as twin flames here on earth, they may actually be brothers from the same root or they could be like the soul of an older sister shepherding the soul of a younger sister. But keep in mind that the term ‘sister’ or ‘brother’ doesn’t really apply because all spirits are asexual. Have you ever wondered why angels don’t have genitalia? However, when souls enter a human life, sexuality applies and having a male flame and a female twin flame is a comfortable way to be close to each other in life.

Now here’s a zinger concept. You probably don’t have a single twin flame. You will likely have triple flames, quadruple flames, and many others, each of which will be closer in another incarnation. However, you don’t have to worry about the sexual complications that multiple flames would cause in a largely monogamous culture. I’m just telling you this to make sure that finding your twin flame in your life is not like finding a needle in a haystack because you have quite a number of potential twin llamas available to you, so you will likely connect with one of the following. they.

So now we are on the question of where the twin flames fit into the great cosmic design. Isn’t that really the whole meaning of life? I will suggest that twin flames and individual flames are all together in this lifetime to expand the consciousness of the asexual soul network of brothers and sisters that we are all a part of.

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