When we embark on a spiritual journey, be it Twin Flame or another path, we begin to experience waves of divine energetic bliss, and we think, Oh My God, we are fixed. Whatever ailed us has healed. And this bliss will go on forever.
But then the bliss begins to wane. We don't feel it as strongly, or at all. We realize that it doesn't last forever and we wonder if any of it was real.
What we don't understand, when this first happens, is that it is totally normal. In every journey comes a lull—a hollow time—where we experience periods of emptiness and barrenness.
It seems that, during these times, nothing is happening, but actually a lot is in process, because it is in the empty times that the universe is asking us to take a break while it works behind the scenes on our behalf.
That being the case, during a "lull," we must let go of any and all attachment to our journey and make space for more light to come through.
Concentrating on our self—endeavoring to increase our self-care—becomes paramount at these times.
Eating healthy, drinking lots of water, exercising regularly, and getting plenty of rest;
acknowledging and embracing our feelings and distancing our self from toxic situations;
reading, writing, drawing, taking pictures, praying, and meditating—meditating gently—removing focus from our energy points—our chakras, as well as ceasing all energy work, if possible;
assists the divine to work its plan.
These lulls will happen from time to time, but slowly they'll be less uncomfortable, for, slowly, we will gain more trust.
Blessings and love,