75 Responses to The Power of Surrender as a catalyst for Twin Flame Reunion

  1. Danae says:

    This is so beautiful. Thank you for writing it. Very helpful to learn more about the reasons for twin flame relationship.

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  2. C. Penland says:

    It’s been twenty years. Two failed marriages for me, one for him as far as I’m aware of. I absolutely did everything imaginable to overcome it with my “brain” and personal power. The angels kept coming to me and whispering, even when I didn’t want to hear it. Even when I pulled my car over on the highway telling them to LEAVE ME ALONE!! IT’S OVER!! He’s not back yet – but I believe he’s on his way. God moved me out of my element, to live my purpose (writing about narcissism) and to overcome my “ego self” and my personal power that I developed as a survival mechanism with two narcissistic and abusive parents. )My best parent was my extremely alcoholic step father. He passed last year with liver failure.)
    I’ve surrendered and I feel him all around me. And I didn’t conjure it up – it wakes me at 3am. I see 11:11 at least five times a day. It’s wonderful!! And crazy!! And freeing. And kind. Whether I ever see him again or not, I am completely in joy just loving him. And I always will be. I finally look forward to my future. I’m happy and I’m whole. Lord willing – I will rejoice with my twin one day.

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  3. Khaleesi says:

    Hallo everyone! Jonna, this wonderful post came to me at the perfect moment. I’m really struggling with letting go and trust God and the universe. I really appreciate also all the comments and the stories other people are sharing, it’s so helpful and comforting to read them. I met the one I think is my twin in summer 2005. I was 17 and he was 14. I’m realizing now that, at the beginning, I was the runner. The first time he touched my hand introducing himself I literally “saw the light”. It was like someone lit up another sun above us. I felt rushes of energy straight through my heart. It was overwhelming at the point that I suggested to go introduce himself to my sister (same age of him, that actually had a little crush on him). He looked at me as if I was the most beautiful girl in the universe. His eyes were so deep and hypnotic. No matter how much I tried to keep away from him, we always seemed to attract each other as magnets.
    I came back to my hometown (he lives 1,5 hours of flight away) feeling extremely lonely and sad and I couldn’t explain how could it be possible to miss a boy I barely knew so much. He kept trying to talk to me by phone, I never answered. We met again the next summer. Same thing. The light, attracting each other like magnets, losing in each other’s eyes. But I kept holding on, never revealing my feelings for him. Neither to myself. Back home again. He started calling. This time I answered. We started a distance relationship, our connection grew stronger and stronger every day but I kept holding my feelings back. I couldn’t open up completely. But then we finally met, in august 2007. We embraced in the middle of a crowded street, breathing on each other’s skin like we had been without oxygen until that moment. The world disappeared.
    And all those feelings I was trying to keep inside , erupted like a volcano. We had the most amazing days. I stayed hours watching him sleep, thinking he was the most perfect thing in the universe. But then I started going crazy. All of my shadows , fears and insecurities started to come out and I poured them all over him. When I came back again to my hometown, he disappeared. I felt like a part of me had been torn up. I was devastated. He came back in 2009. Then disappeared again. I promised myself to move on, to delete him from my heart forever. I met another man, I married and had a son. But, guess what? I’ve never stopped loving him. I really feel like I’m missing a piece of my heart. It doesn’t matter how much I try to stop loving and missing him. He keeps coming back in my dreams and thoughts and a lot of signs keep coming up to remind me of him. Sometimes is so painful.
    So, thanks again for sharing your beautiful stories.
    Blessings to you all!💞

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  4. Nawazaki says:

    Beautifully articulated and concretely reaffirmed everything I have
    Learned through my own TF journey of self acceptance and surrendering to God’s will. Love and light to you, and all. ❤️

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