Twin Flame Reunion & Crystals
The last two nights I dreamt of my twin flame. He has been removed from my physical life for nearly three years. He left me, and shortly after married someone else (insert tear).
He appeared in my dreams two nights ago. Upon awakening I knew he had been in my dreams, but that is all. He was Wearing dark red leather. That’s all I got on the conscious level.
Last night he appeared again. This time he was next to me in bed. I asked the burning question, “Why did you leave me and marry someone else?” He responded by covering his head. As if I was beating him with a broom or something. Dissatisfied with the response I awakened disappointed. It seems there is no satisfying response on the physical or dream planes.
The twin flame path is an interesting balance between physical, metaphysical, and unconditional love. Maybe the dream space allowed me to ask the question I have been most curious about, so that if and when the twin does arrive, I won’t be beating him over the head with the past.
This morning I placed a tumbled Ametrine crystal in my bra. Ametrine is a combination of Amethyst and Citrine. Amethyst is great for the third-eye and was used by the ancient Greeks for sobriety. Citrine is an energetic crystal, which quickly transmutes negativity. Ametrine at my heart chakra should help me transmute any negative energy stuck in my heart, while helping me to remain clear in understanding the greater reasons for my twin’s departure from my physical life to his continued presence on the dream plane and higher levels of my experience.
Green Apatite is the second stone I decided to bring with me today. Blue Apatite is excellent to use for healing broken bones (bones must be set first). It makes sense I chose this Green Apatite today. The color green is associated with the heart chakra. My broken heart still requires healing.
The tarot cards that fell out are the 2 of Cups and Paige of Wands. The 2 of Cups image from the Mystic Dreamer Tarot by Heidi Darras is dreamy, the lovers are together the rod and staff in the background symbolize the twin flame union. The Paige of Wands delivers a message that it is time to stop worrying about the past. It is now that matters.
Athena Gappmayer, CCH