There are few desires in life quite as powerful and profound as the quest to find “the one”.
Companionship, connection, and deep soul-level love are all characteristics that are intricately woven in our hearts.
Our hearts are always “pinging” out a signal to The Beloved, whomever or whatever that may be.
To me, everyone has this “ping” or Heart Compass, the only difference is that some of us outwardly materialize it in a romantic partner, while others (like monks or nuns) direct it toward God or their inner selves.
I didn’t even know I had a Heart Compass until my first romantic relationship, at the ripe age of 28. Up until then, I joked with my friends about how Christina just wasn’t made for relationships.
“I don’t need a relationship and am perfectly happy without one.”
That affirmation can and should be true (if you’re not happy with yourself, you won’t be anyone else either) but at that moment, it was a lie I was telling myself and others.
The truth was, my heart was longing for deep connection with a partner, but I just didn’t know how to break all the barriers I had created around it.
Intimacy frightened me and I was still operating from deep childhood wounds of loss, sexual trauma, and lack of trust.
How would I ever be able to find love with all the thick walls I had built against it?
For me, love first came into my life the way a sledgehammer meets a wall: quick, forceful, and destructive.
I experienced love like never before the day I met my soulmate. That beautiful bond destroyed the walls around my heart but it wasn’t meant to last.
It did, however, leave in its wake a tender, open heart, that would never close again. I now knew that my soul was on this earth to experience a deep and unconditional partnership with someone.
But first, I had to realize that “the one”, The Beloved, cannot be found “out there”. It’s not really a person per se: The One is ME, in wholeness and in truth.
I had to realize that the only way to bring “the one” to me is to first become that whole in myself.
And I learned all this when I met my twin flame.
We all know what soulmates are, but few of us understand what a twin flame connection is. But there are so many souls right now whose Heart Compass is bringing them their twin flame, even if they don’t realize it.
The twin flame love path is much like the movie Wizard of Oz. Dorothy spends all this time looking for Home when in fact, “home” was with her all along:
“If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own backyard.”
That’s what a twin flame does in your life.
They guide you home to yourself. They help you understand that a deep, loving, and intimate partnership with another soul can only be achieved when you experience that partnership within yourself.
Twin flame love is unlike any other relationship you’ve ever had.
It’s intense and can have some very challenging phases. So if you’ve met your twin, this video is going to help you make sense of it all and learn how to master this path of sacred connection.
The topic of twin flames first exploded in my inbox after I shot a 3-part series on twin flame love back in 2015. If you haven’t seen those original videos, here they are:
Since then, I’ve received hundreds of emails from clients and viewers about those original videos. And I put together the top 10 questions I get asked most about the twin flame connection.
This was originally going to be just one video but it was super long so I made it a 2-part series.
In this first video, I’ll be answering these 4 questions:
Question 1: What the heck are twin flames?
Question 2: Why is this connection so intense?
Question 3: Why is this connection so hard?
Question 4: What are the stages of twin flame union?