Twin flames are more than soulmates; they’re…
Twin flames: you know the feeling: you meet someone and something just ‘clicks.’
Every effortless word flows sans thought or hesitation: you feel at home, less alone. (Less like this.)
The same old world around you is new because you’re facing it with someone new who’s somehow been within you all along.
The best part? They feel it too.
You’re in love.
“Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies”
True say, Mr. Father of Western Philosophy Sir.
Most would say what Aristotle alludes to here is a soulmate (or soul mate, its official, less-common spelling.)
soul mate (noun)
Definition of soul mate
1. a person who is perfectly suited to another in temperament
2: a person who strongly resembles another in attitudes or beliefs
A soulmate (soul mate, whatever) is someone with a similar attitude and approach; you make each other’s lives simpler and simply better all at once.
Your shared ideas about yourself, your relationship, and the world around you pave your path forward.
Yet you’re two individuals — decidedly separate people who compliment each other.
A soulmate is most often thought of as a lover, but many of us can think of best friends, family members, even pets that fit this description.
But Aristotle suggests something different; deeper— a single soul in two bodies.
But what are twin flames?