The Heart Link relationship is formed when all SEVEN of the "familiar" monads have been fully explored, experienced, fulfilled and completed by the two fragments involved.
Those seven "familiar" monads would include:
1. Husband/Wife 2. Father/Daughter, 3. Mother/Son 4. Brother/Sister 5. Father/Son, 6. Mother/Daughter and, either 7. Brother/Brother OR Sister/Sister.
The nature of the "familiar" monads is such that the fragments involved will spend long term, intimate associations in relatively close proximity to one another over the course of many lifetimes. Through such exposure to one another, exploration and gathered experiences from ALL sides of each of the seven "familiar" monads, a profound experiential understanding develops between the two fragments so involved. The relationship is gradually deepened, broadened and extended outward, as well as inward, toward a profound sense of inner "knowing" of both the other person, as well as of the self. It is a very strong inner bond that is not subject to "the winds of change" once established, and that bond will endure throughout the remainder of the lives lived.
Whether in close proximity to one another in subsequent lifetimes or not, the Heart Link bond is strong enough to be felt and responded to on a deep internal level for both fragments involved the relationship. Thus it is not uncommon for these fragments to draw together and to find one another again and again in later lives. The pull can be quite strong in fact; often undeniably so.
It also bears noting that the Heart Link relationship is not the product of "cording," as may be the case within different types of monadal sequence experiences while they are in progress. It is the product of the deep inner knowing and shared resonance with one another's experiential perspectives that creates the intense inner bond that many fragments feel upon completion of the seven familiar monads, and the ultimate establishment of the Heart Link relationship between them.
The Heart Link relationship often comes to fruition within the mid to late mature soul age cycle, as part of the "emotional stretching" and internal growth that is the hallmark of the mature soul age cycle. A Heart Link relationship can eventually evolve into a Love Monad in the old soul age cycle, however the Heart Link relationship is not, by it's nature, entered into *ONLY* within the confines of old soul age levels, as some have assumed. This is a rather prevalent and common misunderstanding that has evolved over time which requires clarification at this point, we have observed.
In fact, the Heart Link relationship is to the mature soul age cycle what the Love Monad is to the old soul age cycle.
While a Heart Link relationship can eventually become the basis for continuing on with the development of a Love Monad in later lives between the two fragments, there is no such *requirement* that the Heart Link relationship can ONLY be entered into and experienced within the confines of old soul age cycle levels and after all other external monads have been completed. This is a basic misunderstanding and misapplication of the usage of the term "heart link" relationship. The two terms, "heart link" and "love monad" become occluded due to the misapprehension of the two terms by a fragment who did not fully comprehend their correct usage, or the original meaning and application of the two terms within their appropriate contexts. Thus, much misunderstanding, misinterpretation and misapplication of these two terms has thus ensued and expanded in it's wake over time.
To clarify further, the Love Monad is entered into *only* when two fragments have experienced and completed all of the other external monads with one another, and is most commonly undertaken by such fragments in the mid to later part of the old soul age cycle perceptions. These two terms have been "exchanged" in their usage and incorrectly applied by some fragments who did not comprehend the original intended meaning, interpretation and application of such terms to the appropriate life contexts.
That Is All. ~ Michael
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