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Twin Soul vs. Dual Soul

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    While doing our daily work (coaching our clients, writing our next german book, thinking about publishing an english version) we are trying to translate our whole content of our german website into english. What a challenge :-)

    So if there are still some things missing, please be patient. We’re doing our best to be as fast as possible.

    For now let us inspire you, how to cleanse your karma ♥

    Many Blessings,

    Ricarda & Conny


    charlie chaplin silent starAs I Began to Love Myself – Self Love Poem by Charlie Chaplin

    As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering
    are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth.
    Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”.

    As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebody
    As I try to force my desires on this person, even though I knew the time
    was not right and the person was not ready for it, and even though this
    person was me. Today I call it “RESPECT”.

    As I began to love myself I stopped craving for a different life,
    and I could see that everything that surrounded me was inviting me to grow.
    Today I call it “MATURITY”.

    As I began to love myself I understood that at any circumstance,
    I am in the right place at the right time, and everything happens
    at the exactly right moment. So I could be calm.
    Today I call it “SELF-CONFIDENCE”.


    bouddha, fond blancMaybe you never heard the term “Dual Souls” before, but this is what we call a couple that you may usually name as Twin Flames or Twin Souls. In our german parlance we make a big difference between these two. Because Twins as a term is what we connect with being very similar and Duals are very different or opposite.

    And to explain it we would like to give you an idea of our terms, so that you may get to know the difference between our ideas and find out in which relationship you may be in.


    fotolia_25515484_xs_reIf we apply the concept of karma to a love affair, it has to do with the consequences of our thoughts and actions in our relationships. Particularly with action an reaction between two soulmates or dual souls.

    It is more than likely that you had already an encounter – with or without a relationship – with your soulmate in a previous life. By your former deeds, actions, decisions and views it has come to karma. How exactly this past life looked like may be interesting. But the knowledge of what happened exactly is scarcely of any importance for the release of karma. For you will be now in a situation that is very similar to the one that there has been, as you left the last life.

    This means situations, conditions and reactions between you and your soulmate now turn up, which are similar to those that you had in those days. Is your soulmate still engaged with someone else, this will have been the case in the previous life, too. Has your dual soul not faced his feelings in a past life, he will not (yet) do it in this life. If there are withdrawals again and again, they have also been there in your previous life.


    Buddha mit Bambus, Massage Steinen und Schale mit BlütenThe term “karma” is often misunderstood. We often translate it in our latitudes into “bad luck” or “fate”. But Karma has not that meaning. To clear up a little with this misconception we have searched for an explanation that explains it quite well:

    Karma (Sanskrit, karman, Pali kamma, action, work) is understood as a spiritual concept, therefore every action – physically and mentally – has an inevitably impact on not necessarily the current life (incarnation), but maybe on one of the next lifes. Etymologically the term is derived from the Sanskrit root “kri” (“act, do”).
    In the Indian religions the doctrine of karma is closely connected to the belief in the cycle of rebirth (samsara) or reincarnation, and thus connected to the validity of the priciple of cause and effect on a spiritual level also over several lifetimes.
    Karma describes in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism the consequences of every action, and the effects of actions and thoughts in every way, especially the consequences on the player himself. Karma is created by law, and therefore it is not a result of a appraisal by a judge or God. It has to do with a principle of cause and effect, but not with a “Divine Mercy” or “Punishment”. Not just “bad” karma creates the circle of rebirth (samsara) but equally “good” karma. The ultimate goal is to have absolutely no karma.



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