Can Twin Flames Fall Out of Love?
Twin Flames are the super soulmates of true love. But can twin flames fall out of love? It truly seems impossible because of the depth of the connection. Author Karen Ross describes it this way:
“Our souls already know each other, don’t they?’ he whispered. ‘It’s our bodies that are new.”
Twin Flames are matches who experience themselves as two halves of the same soul. Whether you understand this literally or figuratively, the idea is that these lovers share one soul in two bodies. As the mystic poet Tagore wrote:
“I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age forever.”
What is a Twin Flame Relationship?
Perhaps you are involved with a guy who you feel like you have known forever. You have this profound sense of coming home when you are with this person. He completes you at the deepest level, makes you whole again in a way that no one else can. Even from the very first moment you met you feel the special twin flame bond that is more intense than any connection you have ever felt before. In a twin flame relationship you can be fully real and authentic. You can fully feel your feelings and share even your most private thoughts. There seems to be a psychic connection. You can sense your partner psychically—know what they are thinking, what they are feeling, what they will do, sometimes even before they do.
With twin flames there is an overwhelming pull to be together, to be in each other’s presence, to be intimate, to be fully sexual. You are preoccupied with this person, thinking about them, taking care of them, planning and dreaming for and with them. Often you both have the same thoughts, reactions and feelings . The feeling of oneness is fantastic, a great bliss.
But then things start to fall apart. You begin to wonder, can twin flames fall out of love?
The Twin Flames Flicker
It seems too horrible a thought to be true. And yet a twin flame is so similar to you that they share some of your own faults and character defects. And that may be the root of potential problems. When you look at this person, you see yourself—including all the ugly bits, the parts that bring you upset and shame. So what happens when you see the parts of yourself that you don’t like? The parts that you hide? The parts that you criticize and judge harshly. Maybe it is about being undisciplined, eating or drinking too much,…