Being on this journey does not mean you have to sit and wallow in sadness. Trust me when I say I know how hard this journey can be. But you have more power in this than you realize. When you sit and tell yourself “it may not happen in this lifetime” or “what if we never get back together” you put yourself in victim mode. You know what, you’re right, it might not happen in this lifetime, you may not get back together, but if that’s all you’re focusing on then you’ve lost sight of what this journey is all about. Nothing upsets me more than when I see people give up their power to another person, being a TF, soulmate or whatever title you choose doesn’t mean you have to just lay down and surrender. You still have power. Power to choose what direction you want to go and how you want your journey to be.

You can make it as easy or as difficult as you choose. You aren’t being forced to stay on this journey, especially if the person you feel is your counterpart is not treating you with respect. Learn to differentiate between a healthy connection versus a toxic one. Divine connections may not always be easy because they come with a lot of learning, growing and healing, but they won’t come with behavior that is down right disrespectful or degrading. Sure, we all have our own inner demons to fight, but those demons don’t include treating another person with zero respect. Want more for yourself. Stop making excuses for someone that treats you poorly. You deserve more. Not someone who is dangling attention in front of you.

You will hear the term “surrender” many times on your journey. Surrender doesn’t mean give up your power or allow someone to take advantage of you. It means surrender to the outcome, detach from the need to know what’s going to happen or when or how. I often times see so many people keeping themselves in a place of sadness and pain. And maybe you don’t even realize you are doing this. But the last thing I want to do is perpetuate codependent or toxic behavior. Sure I want to help guide you and help you trust in the connection, but if the connection you’re holding on to isn’t healthy for you, only you have the power to make changes.

You are more powerful than you realize. Work on yourself, find out who you truly are. No matter what happens or how much time passes, if this person is meant to be in your life, nothing, no one and no amount of time can stop that from happening.


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