What is the Difference between Twin Flames and Twin Souls?

The human language can be very limiting when it comes to describing details of God’s creations. In books as well as the internet, many people now are becoming aware of the existence of a twin soul/twin flame. Sadly, it has been long forgotten and actually, censored and so, society forgot the real Adam & Eve.

So, let us give  simple description for a better understanding of the matter. This, we hope, can be helpful for people who are new to this topic as well as well/read readers out there in the spiritual realms.

What is a Twin Soul?

A twin soul, as the word says already, is the SOUL, which is today a very summarized description. The human being has several bodies or body layers, most of them spiritual and not visible to the naked eye. IN that there is our flesh body, our auric body, our double or shadow, our earthly memory of all earthly experiences and emotions even. The Soul is the part of our universal being, which we “send down to” Earth to direct the human body.

A twin SOUL, is therefore our other half in feminine or masculine counterparts mirroring each other.

More is understood, when we look at the difference between twin souls and twin flames.

Is there a difference?

NO.

What is a Twin Flame?

A twin flame is the same thing, our other half, but here we talk about the higher self or selves of the two. The OVER-soul, made out of a fully conscious white fire body, therefore “flame”. Also in a feminine and masculine flame, mirroring each other even stronger. If we integrate our higher self into our earthly self consciousness, we can make miracles manifest. The twin flame higher self can help any twin soul couple in need of advice or guidance.

Simple and clear, Hope we could help you or inspire you to find out more about your twin soul/twin flame!

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Susan Elsa August 2011: Her shadow looks like Michael Jackson’s,

since the twin souls/twin flames are one being really.

Photo from the MAKING OF “Women of the World” Project 2011

Published: 29th August 2011

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