I want to dive into a topic that’s essential for anyone on the twin flame journey: upheaval. As we navigate the healing process, it’s common to experience upheaval, which manifests as various symptoms that might catch us off guard. But fear not, because upheaval is a natural and necessary part of the healing journey.

Upheaval can take many forms, from what some call the “Ascension flu” to feeling physically ill or experiencing heightened emotions. These symptoms often arise after we’ve done inner healing work and are actually signs that we’re progressing on our journey. They indicate that aspects of ourselves that are out of alignment with love are coming up to be released.

Distinguishing between active upsets that need healing and upheaval symptoms can be tricky. One key difference is how you feel at your core. Active upsets often have a charged, burning quality to them, while upheaval symptoms feel more like residual heat lingering after the initial healing. Recognizing this distinction can help you navigate your healing journey more effectively.

It’s crucial to understand that trying to heal upheaval symptoms further can be counterproductive. If you find that the usual healing techniques, like the mirror exercise, aren’t effective anymore, it’s a sign that you’re experiencing upheaval. Instead of pushing against it, practice self-care to ground yourself. Take a nap, play video games, or engage in activities that help you relax and release the upheaval.

Remember to be gentle with yourself during this process. Upheaval is a vital part of integrating your healing, and fighting against it only prolongs the discomfort. Allow yourself the time and space to fully process and release what no longer serves you. Trust that on the other side of upheaval lies a deeper sense of peace and a higher vibration.

As we approach the full moon, symbolizing release, it’s an opportune time to allow ourselves to let go of what no longer serves us. Embrace upheaval as a sign of progress on your journey and trust that you’re exactly where you need to be. Remember, it’s okay to take a step back and prioritize self-care when upheaval arises.