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What are inner work components?

Is meditation known as inner work, or is there more to it? Let’s talk more about this in and try to understand what are inner work components.

By the end of this post, you will know all the major tools that help in speeding up the union process of twin flames.

Tinku & Tina

Let’s take the example of a real twin flame couple Tinku and Tina to understand this.

If you want to know more about this couple then you can see the video series below.

Reiki healing attunement


If you have seen our last few posts then you already know a lot about Tinku and Tina.

Tinku was totally unaware of spirituality, while Tina had few experiences with Yoga, Past life Regression, healing, Mantra chanting and meditation.

Tina was suffering due to her past experiences in this life and due to ancestral karma and she wanted to learn higher spiritual sciences. Tinku knew a spiritual master who can attune Tina to these spiritual sciences.

So both Tinku & Tina went to meet this Spiritual master.

By divine grace, some confusion happened and the master thought that Tinku and Tina have come to learn Reiki healing.

And So the master initiated both of them into Reiki healing.

This was the first of the inner work components.

Past Life Regression


Tinku was new to energy healing and through Reiki and he was able to help Tina by sending her this healing.

At first, Tinku felt that he can solve all problems of Tina by sending her healing, but soon he realized that only sending her healing is not solving all issues.

There were patterns from past births of Tina that need to be healed as well.

So he consulted his spiritual master again and it came up that Tinku can learn Past Life Regression, which will enable him to heal Tina more deeply by healing hurtful patterns and relationships from past births.

This was the second of the inner work components.

Note: We are not saying that inner work components like Reiki or any energy healing are not useful. They are useful, but they have their own limits and they have to be supplemented with other healing methods.

Also, note that harmony between twin flames is only possible when all major karma from past births is healed as well.

All people in your present life who are hurting you were also somehow related to your previous births.

All these relations need to be neutralized in order to get into harmony with your twin flame.

Higher Meditative practices

Energy Clearing Technique

By using past life regression sessions, Tinku was able to heal many patterns and behaviours of Tina.

He was healing others, but his own spiritual progress was not happening.

Tina was also not able to follow all guidance that she was receiving from regression sessions, because this guidance required Tina to take some decisions which were only possible when she reaches a higher spiritual state.

As all of this was going on, stress increased for Tinku and Tina due to their existing partners and they both had to separate.

Tinku was shocked that despite all his effort, he could not stay in touch with Tina.

Tinku asked his master the following question-

Tinku: “Master, why do I have to face separation from Tina?”

Master: “Tinku, the karmic baggage of Tina is very heavy.

You have to raise your level of spiritual progress so that you can also get Tina out of her karmic entanglements with her current partner and life situations.”

Tinku: “Master, is it possible that I can make spiritual progress while staying in touch with Tina?”

Master: “Tinku, yes it’s possible, but then your progress will be slow.

If you stay in touch with her then due to repeated happening stressful events, it will take you around 10 years to achieve the same results, which you could otherwise achieve in 2 years by staying at a distance from her.

Plus continuous stress will deteriorate her well-being as stress is not good for her mental health.

It is time for Tapa for you.”

Tinku was able to understand the situation that he is not abandoning Tina, but he is just staying at a distance from her so that he can raise his spiritual level and help her energetically.

And to handle his own emotional state, Tinku got initiated into higher meditative practices by his spiritual master.

It is said that a soul takes 10,000 years to attain Krishna Consciousness, but by using these higher meditative practices in a systematic and disciplined way, a soul can attain the same results very fast, and sometimes in just one lifetime.

This was the third and major one of the inner work components.

Energy Clearing Techniques

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Higher meditative practices were changing his consciousness at a very fast speed.

And with divine grace, he also discovered a few tools that helped in connecting with the soul aspect of Tina and to clear her energy as well.

These tools are known as energy-clearing tools.

With higher meditative practices, Tinku came to realize that he too have a lot of ancestral karmic baggage to release.

These energy-clearing tools helped him to clear this baggage that was coming to the surface as a result of following higher meditative practices.

It became like a perfect combination.

The practice of Higher kriyas helped him get karmic baggage to the surface and energy-clearing tools cleared that baggage in a similar way like we clear dirt from the surface of our floor by wiping it with a broom.

With this discovery, he went ahead and experimented with lots of energy-clearing tools and understood their usage of them.

It helped in healing certain wounds magically in an instant, and it accelerated his spiritual progress at a much faster pace.

In addition, these energy-clearing tools also helped him to clear his baggage of Tina and also Trigger her awakening, even without getting in contact with her.

This was the fourth of the inner work components.

Diplomacy by Life Coaching

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Tinku was progressing spiritually due to higher meditative practices.

Tina and his family members were not able to follow the same meditative practices as their time had not come yet to learn these tools.

As Tinku was rising in consciousness, his next challenge was to learn to handle people who are not on his same level of understanding.

So his master taught him the art of Life Coaching.

With Life Coaching, Tinku was able to guide a person through their current life situations without even advising or suggesting, or without even getting affected by the energy of others.

Shielding yourself from the energy of others is very important, as otherwise we get entangled in their karma, which ultimately delays our own karma clearing and thus delays harmony with our twin flame.

Tinku understood that when he will meet Tina after this separation period is over, then it will take some time for Tina to rise to the same level of spiritual progress as Tinku.

He knew that, Tina will think of him as the same old Tinku, but in reality, Tinku had changed very much due to his inner work.

So to handle Tina and other people around him in a tactful manner, Tinku equipped himself with the art of life coaching.

This was the final inner work component.


Tinku learned inner work components like Reiki Healing, Past Life Regression, Higher meditative practices & Life coaching and he was finally able to get in contact with Tina by practicing these tools for around a couple of years.

Note here that the inner work he did was specific to the twin flame journey.

There were many other tools that Tinku kept on learning even after their reunion, because learning never stops.

Even Tina started to follow the Inner work routine taught by Tinku and with the help of higher meditative practices and other tools, she was able to raise higher in her understanding and thus finally she was able to get out of her attachments.

What is Twin Flame inner work?

As for tooth problems, you go to a Dentist & for skin problems, you go to a skin specialist, similarly for a twin flame journey, it’s better to do inner work that is specifically designed for a twin flame journey.

If you want to accelerate your journey of harmony with your twin flame, then you can see details of our online twin flame inner work program, which is specific to the twin flame journey.

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What to do if my twin flame is married? – 100% Authentic Story

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What to do if my twin flame is married?

Many twin flames who approach us have same question that What to do if my twin flame is married?

This is because they have met their counterpart in this life when either one of them is already married or both of them are already married to other partners.

Lets take example of a real twin flame couple Tinku and Tina to understand this third party situation.

If you want to know more about this couple then you can see video series below.

When twin flames meet?

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Tinku was around 35 and was well settled both financially, emotionally and family wise, but still he used to feel a kind of emptiness in his life.

He used to feel that he needs a spiritual friend who can help him in growing.

Tina was around 40. She had seen some broken relationships in the form of abandonment, betrayal and other kind of trauma.

Both of them had previous partners and also had kids with these partners.

Note that even before Tinku and Tina had met each other, both of them had started to feel that their partners are drifting away emotionally from them and it created an emotional vacuum for both Tinku and Tina.

So when Tinku and Tina met in this life time, they immediately felt at home.

Tinku and Tina started to grow closer due to the irresistible pull between them plus it was also filling the emotional vacuum that has been created by the distancing of their partners.

Initially it looked like a nice friendship and as time passed, they became more and more closer to each other.

Both of them started to loose interest in their current partners, and due to this they also started to feel guilty as they felt that they are cheating with their partners.

Why twin flames face separation?

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Tinku and Tina had a strong bond due to which their existing partners started to feel insecure.

So these partners started to oppose the relation between Tinku & Tina.

As this opposition increased, it became more stressful for Tinku & Tina and everyone else involved in this situation.

Tinku and Tina were not ready to leave each other, but by each passing day, the stress was increasing.

Inner guilt and also opposition from others, plus society conditioning was creating more and more stress & restlessness.

And so, one day when stress crossed tolerable limits, they were forced to get separate from each other.

It was a situation of helplessness.

When you remember that “my twin flame is married”, you my face this helplessness.

Why one Twin Flame have to do all work?

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In the last few days before getting separated, a higher master soul appeared during a regression session of Tina.

Tinku asked this question to master soul that Why Tinku and Tina had met so late in life and how this relationship will survive the opposition of society?

To this, Master soul replied that “You will find a Way Tinku and Things will be sorted.”.

Universe was giving signs to Tinku that his relation with Tina is special.

So once Tinku and Tina got separated, Tinku started to search for answers.

Fortunately, he had opportunity to come in contact with a spiritual master, and with his guidance, Tinku accepted and embraced this separation and started on the path of inner work.

Twin flame was a totally new concept for Tinku.

But with guidance from his Spiritual Master and Universe, he understood that for now the inner work is to be only done by him, until he is able to trigger the awakening of Tina through Inner work and energy work.

Tinku understood that Tina is acting under the effect of her ancestral karma and society conditioning and he can clear these karmas and conditioning, just by working on himself.

He understood that with his inner work, Tina will follow him shortly.

Note here that even if you think “Oh! my twin flame is married”, still one person from a twin flame pair can do inner work and help their twin flame to awaken.

Can I Forget My Twin Flame? 

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Tinku asked him self that can he forget Tina?

He knew that he can’t forget Tina, so instead of waiting, its better to continue on the path of inner work to overcome the pain and confusion that has been triggered by this situation.

He understood that it is just a test, a preparation phase for a cosmic marriage with his twin flame and inner work will heal this pain and will give him peace and clarity and he can manifest harmony with Tina.

He understood that with inner work, every thing is possible even if he was constantly thinking about question that “my twin flame is married”.

So its better to focus on his inner work.

How do you know if someone is your twin flame or soulmate?


During separation, Tinku also faced this confusion that whether Tina is his Twin Flame or not.

Although he was seeing most of the signs that were described as Twin Flame Signs like special connection, having same values, connection at all levels, time stopped when near twin flame, seeing her name everywhere, etc.

As discussed in this video, he was also getting guidance from master spirits to find a way and sort out everything,

Still he was confused as he had never experienced such phenomena before in his life and a thought that was bothering him was that “my twin flame is married”.

His master guided him that only way to get confirmation about this connection is to keep on doing inner work.

It is said that If you let your upset mind settle, then your course will also become clear.

How to Not Hurt My Partner for Twin Flame?

Tinku also had doubts that whether he is doing right with his current partner?

So he asked this question to his spiritual Master:

Tinku: “Master, is it right to seek my twin flame, while I already have a partner and my twin flame is married?”

Master: “Tinku, whether you seeks freedom from all this confusion by doing inner work or whether you seek your Twin flame?”

Tinku: “Master, my first priority is to get clarity and to get out of all this confusions.

I will do inner work to establish my self in state of being Yogasth.

Among my Twin flame and my partner, whoever is going to follow the journey of inner work to reach a state of being Yogasth, will stay with me.”

Master: “Tinku, keep on moving ahead on the path of inner work and keep this in mind that things will turn out for the highest good of all, which includes you, your partner, your kids and the partner and kids of your Twin Flame.”

Understanding Twin Flame Union

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If you are separated from our twin flame, then first priority during separation is to get back into contact with them even if this thought is there in your mind that “my twin flame is married”.

For Tinku and Tina, union did not mean marriage.

Union only meant that they are able to talk or interact with each other openly without any stress or fears and no one has objection to it.

It also means that Tinku was not targeting to leave his partner or kids for twin flame.

And know this that Tinku did lot of inner work and finally got clarity and further got into harmony with his twin flame in couple of years.

His consciousness expanded with his inner work and it effected positively everyone including his Twin flame and his current partner.

Tinku’s relation with his current partner changed to be like friends, where they give respect and freedom to each other to live as they please to.

Tinku’s partner moved ahead in her journey to unite with her Twin flame and Tinku is helping her in getting ahead in this journey.

Tina’s partner also changed completely and he moved out of her life to pursue his soul mission and to clear other pending karmas.

Tina is helping him clear these karmas by providing him guidance, assistance and healing.

And now Tinku and Tina can both meet openly without any fears or stress and they are also guiding other twin flame couples to move ahead in their journey to harmony.

What is Twin Flame inner work?

There are many types of inner work, but if you are targeting twin flame journey, then your inner work should be specific to this journey.

Its good if you are already doing any kind of inner work.

But if you want to accelerate your journey of harmony with your twin flame, then you can see details of our online twin flame inner work program, which is specific to twin flame journey.

As for tooth problem, you go to a Dentist & for skin problem, you go to a skin specialist, similarly for twin flame journey, its better to do a inner work that is specifically designed for twin flame journey.

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Top 8 Important Stages of meditation

Stages of meditation


In this post, we will talk about the Stages of meditation.

Is it sitting quietly with eyes closed called meditation?

Is focusing on a single object called meditation?

Stages of meditation

Meditation or inner work is a very commonly used word these days.

Let’s understand what are the Stages of meditation.

Meditation is another name for Dhayana.

In our day-to-day life, when we do some carelessness, then our father or mother or others will say Be focused(“Dhayan se Karo”), or Where is your focus(“Dhayan Kaha hai tuhara”) or You are not focusing(“Dhayan nahi de reha”).

So what is this Dhayan that people are referring to?

What is the way to give more Dhayana?

Are Meditation and Dhayan the same?

Patanjali yoga sutra

Patanjali yoga sutra

Let’s get to know what Sage Patanjali wrote in ‘Patanjali yoga sutra’ about the Stages of meditation.

Sage Patanjali documented everything about yoga in a document named “Patanjali yoga sutra”.

‘Patanjali yoga sutra’ says that yoga has eight steps and thus yoga is known as Ashtanga yoga.

These eight steps are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi.

As we can see that in yoga, Dhayan or meditation is mentioned as the 7th step.

Do you think it is worth to know that, what are the six steps that come before Meditation?

Do you think it is worth knowing that what we are practicing is really meditation or is it some kind of hallucination?

Do you think it is worth to know that how much time should we spend in meditation daily so that we also maintain a balance with the outside world to do our daily tasks, and activities, and between our spiritual life?

If yes then let’s first discuss briefly the eight steps of Ashtang yoga.



The first in the Stages of meditation is Yama, which deals with one’s ethical standards and sense of integrity, focusing on our behavior and how we conduct ourselves in life. The five Yamas are:

  • Ahimsa: nonviolence
  • Satya: truthfulness
  • Asteya: nonstealing
  • Brahmacharya: continence
  • Aparigraha: non-possessiveness

Don’t worry, we will not ask you to follow Yama.



Next in the Stages of meditation is Niyama, which deals with self-discipline and spiritual observance.

The five Niyamas are:

  • Saucha: cleanliness
  • Santosa: contentment
  • Tapas: heat; spiritual austerities
  • Svadhyaya: a study of the sacred scriptures and of one’s self
  • Isvara pranidhana: surrender to God

Don’t worry, We will also not ask you to follow Niyama.



Next in the Stages of meditation is Asana, which is the posture practiced in yoga.

In the yogic view, the body is a temple of spirit, the care of which is an important stage of our spiritual growth.

Through the practice of asanas, we develop the habit of discipline and the ability to concentrate,
both of which are necessary for meditation.

Many people who contact us have a similar problem in their life that they can not continue to follow anything for longer periods with dedication and consistency.

This 3rd step of Ashtang yoga i.e. Asana is required to follow by you.

We will only ask you to do 5 to 10 mins of asanas.



Next in the Stages of meditation is Pranayama, which is generally translated as breath control.

This fourth stage consists of techniques designed to gain mastery over the respiratory process while recognizing the connection between the breath, the mind, and the emotions.

Initially, the major focus is on Pranayama to build your breathing capacity. Then gradually its duration is decreased.

These first four Stages of meditation of Patanjali’s ashtanga yoga concentrate on refining our personalities, gaining mastery over the body, and developing an energetic awareness of ourselves, all of which prepare us for the second half of this journey, which deals with the senses, the mind, and attaining a higher state of consciousness.


Next in the Stages of meditation is Pratyahara, which means withdrawal or sensory transcendence.

It is during this stage that we make the conscious effort to draw our awareness away from the external world and outside stimuli.

Keenly aware of, yet cultivating a detachment from, our senses, we direct our attention internally.

The practice of pratyahara provides us with an opportunity to step back and take a look at ourselves.

This withdrawal allows us to objectively observe our cravings: habits that are perhaps detrimental to our physical, mental, and emotional health and which likely interfere with our inner growth.

Note: This is the major part that we teach.


As each stage prepares us for the next, the practice of pratyahara creates the setting for Dharana or concentration.

Having relieved ourselves of outside distractions, we can now deal with the distractions of the mind itself.

No easy task! In the practice of concentration, which precedes meditation, we learn how to slow down the thinking process by concentrating on a single mental object: a specific energetic center in the body, an image of a deity, or the silent repetition of a sound.

We, of course, have already begun to develop our powers of concentration in the previous three stages of posture, breath control, and withdrawal of the senses.

In asana and pranayama, although we pay attention to our actions, our attention travels.

Our focus constantly shifts as we fine-tune the many nuances of any particular posture or breathing technique.

In pratyahara we become self-observant; now, in Dharana, we focus our attention on a single point.
Extended periods of concentration naturally lead to meditation.


Meditation(Dhyana), the seventh stage, is the uninterrupted flow of concentration.

Although concentration (Dharana) and meditation (dhyana) may appear to be one and the same, a fine line of distinction exists between these two stages.

Where Dharana practices one-pointed attention, dhyana is ultimately a state of being keenly aware without focus.

At this stage, the mind has been quieted, and in the stillness, it produces few or no thoughts at all.

The strength and stamina it takes to reach this state of stillness are quite impressive. But don’t give up.
While this may seem difficult, it is not an impossible task, remember that yoga is a process.

Even if we are unable to reach Dhyana, still know that every stage of Ashtang yoga has its own benefits.

We would like to add here “Koi Mai ka laal aapko Dhayan karna nahi sikha sakta, Dhayan khud ghatit hota hai” i.e. No one can teach you how to meditate, meditation happens on its own. A teacher can only teach you steps to meditation.

The less we talk about it the better.


Patanjali describes this eighth and final stage of ashtanga, samadhi, as a state of ecstasy.

We will not talk much about this stage yet as this is out of the scope of this post.

When you will reach this stage, you will know.


So all we want to say is that if you are already doing meditation then understand what you are currently following in your meditation practices.

And make sure that you are not missing any intermediate steps that lead to meditation. Otherwise, it could just be a confusing journey for you.

If you are being guided by a teacher or a guru, get to know more about what stage are you following.

If you are doing it without any teacher, just by following YouTube, then maybe it will be better to find a teacher who can make the process more efficient.

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