If you follow the posts on social media, the twin flame journey can feel like a walk in the park. Don't get me wrong, of course, I think this might be the most important thing you'll ever do, but too often we overlook the twin flames separation phase.
We need to clarify immediately: opinions differ here as to whether or not the 888 angel number twin flame separation is a 'phase'. It's a term we use for convenience, but it can actually happen repeatedly and is more of a process for both twins working toward unity than a single stage in the journey.
I'm not going to get bogged down in terminology here, because it doesn't really matter if we consider it a scenario or not. What matters is that we understand what is happening, why it is happening and (most importantly) what we should do about it.
It is a stage where one twin will find (or invent) a reason to get away from the other. Sometimes this can be an emotional refuge where they are simply not "romantically available" and sometimes they will create a physical distance and prevent you from contacting them.
There are those who are lucky enough to meet their 777 angel number twin flames after they are both spiritually ready for the union and they skip this stage entirely. If this is you? Fantastic. You managed to skip what is arguably the hardest part of the entire trip (this life at least).
I have spoken to literally thousands of people about their journey with the twin flame. The vast, vast majority go through this stage, so whether you do it or not doesn't say anything about your journey one way or another. It just depends on when you are.
Twin flame separation phase is quite different from normal ratio separation. Like, different day and night. It can feel horrible as if our entire life has been ruined in the blink of an eye.
The same intense, burning love that makes a 666 angel number twin flame relationship so intense is the same thing that makes any kind of spit or separation so excruciating. While it can be incredibly difficult to continue, reaching this stage is incredibly rare and should not be taken for granted.
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