I finally gave up my twin flame and let him go. I’m trying to fade his footsteps from my heart & mind. But today, when I looked at the mirror & my eye, in the first second I saw his eye. Is this a sign? What do you think?

That is very mind-blowing when it happens! It’s beautiful too and a little overwhelming but it’s okay to feel or even have a quick vision of your twin flame in you because they are You!

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I know that when you gave up the resistance or the needy attachment on the Connection you felt some breathing space in you! I also know that you feel better than before because you just know that your Twin will always be connected to you!

This is something that one only discovers when they truly Surrender To Self-Lovethey realize that everything is perfectly fine and has always been. There was no separation in the first place and you are Free!!!

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From my experience, this happened because I finally accepted his unconditional love for me and I accepted myself as someone worthy of true love.

Then love just flowed in me so did my twin! Do you know about Twin Flame merging?

My runner experience was lonely – I missed him all the time. I was infuriated by the fact that I was still living from a space of fear. Eventually, I healed myself and reconnected with him after two years. Are you ar runner, here are some simple tips for you.

I am now used to randomly smelling his scent as if he is in the room, talking to him in my head as if he is physical with me and feeling his embrace.

Now every time in Look in the mirror, I see partly him and part me. It’s so beautiful!

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