Avri James is a (fictional)24 year old living in Connecticut. She's smart, tenacious, and damn near amazing. Avri discovered and connected with her Twin Flame at the age of 18. Follow her as she navigates their journey, learning just how unique and special it truly is; most importantly, how to love someone the way she loves herself. Any great story starts from the beginning, for all those just joining the superstar journey, go to the beginning and read forward. All Artwork by GDBEE
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Do you know the feeling you get right before you fall asleep after an absolutely exhausting day, just as your head connects with your pillow and your body is absorbed into the bed? I call that the Zone. It is where I long to be on days like these.
I need to be inspired. It's about time my life yielded purpose.
Since I have decided that Love is at its best through the process of discovery, I have abandoned any attempts to hurry fate along. Now I'm bored. I have nothing to fill my days with now accept work. I am so lame! Why is the possibility of love so much more intoxicating than the reality? Take a sonnet for example. Aren't the greatest ones about love in the unrequited state? I want the passion of an unrequited romance with a willing participant. I want warmth. I want peace. I want to feel safe. I want to feel like I never left the Zone.
I want my entire life and everything in it to exist in that place. I get enough real life everyday. Fantasy is a waste of time, if it were possible, it would simply be called reality. The place between those two is what has been carved out for me. That is where I'm suppose to be. Only to imagine the endless possibilities brings unfathomable joy. The trick is figuring out how it is I am to find my way to this place in a fully conscience state. The answer is simple: Get Life Right.
One of the things I get the most comments on when it comes to Avri James and Landon is about the Twin Flame Connection, what are my thoughts on it, and most importantly, do I believe in it. Most of you guys out there want to know whether or not I consider what Avri and Landon have a TFC, and WHEN would it come into play in their story...Ask and ye shall receive! By request, an anecdote from Avri and Landon that addresses just that; I hope it provides the strength needed to hold out for it ALL... There was ONE time, when I could no longer deny the TFC; and I knew for sure it was real...I lived out of state for a while and had been seeing someone else. Landon and I hadn't seen each other for a time, and had been living separate lives. I had been coming and going, but ours paths just never seemed to cross. One day, my family attended this baby shower. I chose not to, as I didn't know the intended at all. After it was over, my aunt stopped by, giving me a rundo
I couldn't believe it; it was FINALLY here!! This trip had been at the forefront of all my thoughts for the past few weeks-now that it was actually time to leave it all felt surreal. It honestly felt a little strange to be this excited about going on a trip I had originally planned and discussed so many times before with Landon. In all actuality, I never thought I would get the chance to go. I just figured the Universe would open up and swallow me, and I would never make it! The strangest part of all though, was that it didn't even bother me, which caused me to feel slightly uneasy, just for a few moments; old habits die hard. For once, I felt like I was doing something for ME. My greatest desire for the whole thing was to find out what parts of Avri still remained; to remember who the fuck I was. I had felt so lost and disconnected lately- an Avri identity crisis, if you will... See, that's the part I find the hardest to wrap my mind around; how impor
I've never been one to particularly enjoy being stuck in a place with a bunch of random individuals, ergo I don't really party...but every now and again, I do like to get dressed up and hit the streets for a while. Since my 18th birthday, I hadn't gone out while on Richmond. Tai and I had talked about it, but never made any real plans. Something must have been in the air, because we both became increasingly restless, and finally decided it was time to break out. We chose the particular spot based on the day; I mean, because what's the point if you aren't going to be seen, right?! By this point, all of my evenings were all but monopolized by Landon, rarely spending one apart. I expected some phony resistance, but knew no real issue would come into play. I didn't really know for sure what he felt for me yet, but I DID know that there was SOMETHING...The real test in any new relationship is your 1st evening apart; how your significant othe