A Twin Soul or Twin Flame is a person with whom you feel a strong connection on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level. That person can be a friend, a lover and/or a teacher in your life and is a huge catalyst for your spiritual growth. Your Twin Soul reflects all your inner shadows, but also your deepest beauty and strength.
This makes it much “easier” to grow emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. By easier we mean, it’s reflected much faster. Therefore, it’s enormously confrontational. But when transformed, it brings enormous growth.
So your Twin Soul doesn’t necessarily have to be a romantic connection, or even of the other sex. Thus it can be a same-sex platonic relationship or even a family member of you. Anything is possible!
The Vesica Piscis is a very powerful, but also a simple figure. The figure consists of two circles of equal size. The center of both circles are on each other’s edges. There is a lot to tell about this sacred geometrical figure and we have certainly done so in this blog: A lot of knowledge in two circles: The Vesica Piscis. Definitely worth reading!
The figure itself is a beautiful symbolism for Twin Souls. Two identical circles, equal to each other. And they have overlapping experiences and touch each others center / core. They can touch each other deeper than anyone else can.
Twin Souls almost always have the same experiences as their other Twin Soul. They have overlapping experiences.
Want to know more about Twin Souls and Soulmates? Read all about it on our blog.
Mokume-gane is a forging technique that originated from the technique of damask steel. This technique was used by the Japanese in the 17th century for making their swords. By soldering all kinds of sheets of (different) steel on top of each other and then they folded them many times. This way, they improved the quality of their swords enormously. As a side effect, this technique creates a very organic pattern in the metal. This pattern gives the impression of wood grains. For this reason, the name Mokume Gane is a Japanese word for wood grain metal. In the course of time this special technique has almost been forgotten, but has recently been rediscovered in Japan (and in the West) as an art form.
The Twin Soul Wedding ring does not contain the real traditional Mokume Gane. But instead they’re inspired by the organic forms that result from it.
The beautiful symbolism in this is that all the organic lines in the Twin Soul ring beautifully come together from both sides. Together they naturally form a Vesica Piscis, a power symbol that contains all the information to create the Universe.
A beautiful translation of twin souls that come together in union, to co-create their realities even further.
The rings in the picture have the ring sizes 18.5 & 19.5 with a ring width of 7mm & 9mm.
The inside of the ring has a slight curvature, which feels very nice around the finger.