Have you ever wondered what does the Bible say about twin flames? And the Bible is not the only holy text and Christianity, not the only religion that operates with the concept of a soul mate or twin flame, though they may not use the term per se.
Instances of the concept of twin flame can be seen in the New Age philosophy, Christianity, Islamism, the Kabbalah, and Taoism. There are some Biblical verses that can be interpreted as referring to twin flames. It has been long believed that God or your higher power, however you perceive it, has created your true mate, your soul’s other half and that you are meant to find each other and become one.
Which Religions Believe in Twin Flames?
There are various verses in the Bible speaking about one’s mate or other half, and many references to spiritual love and soul-based connections that are blessed or intended by God.
The very way Christians understand love through God is a spiritual and highest dimensional example of unconditional love. The commitment and endurance of a bond consecrated in the eyes of God is the equivalent of a soul bond in itself since no human being can dissolve or destroy it – bring it apart.
At some point, a good Christian will meet the one who God has intended for them. When two people are united in the eyes of God, they are soul-tied. Is that so far off the mark from the concept of twins?
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In the New Age philosophy, twin flames share a soul contract or soul bond or soul tie, which connects their souls in a way that is unbreakable and endures through lifetimes.
Their energies are entwined, connected, ties together by the energy bond between them.
They gravitate towards one another and tend to have intense and challenging connections that help them both along their path towards ascension. There’s a lot of mirroring, triggering, shadow and karma work and processing, and ultimately spiritual union is reached.
The twin flame bond is one of higher dimensional unconditional love, a code which is embedded in the souls of the twin flames and a frequency they radiate outward for the duration of their human experiences.
“He is the One Who created you from a single soul, then from it made its spouse so he may find comfort in her. After he had been united with her, she carried a light burden that developed gradually. When it grew heavy, they prayed to Allah, their Lord, “If you grant us good offspring, we will certainly be grateful.” (Qur’an 7:189)
Is that not divinity’s intended mate of one’s soul? Is that not a twin flame concept?
The Kabbalah also introduces the idea of a husband and wife as being “plag nishmasa” or half-souls. Nachmanides explains in his Emunah U’Bitachon (Chapter 24) that concept and introduces a very strong equivalent to the twin flame notion.
Bashert (or beshert; Yiddish: באַשערט) means “destiny”. It is often used to refer to one’s divinely foreordained spouse or a soulmate, who is called one’s basherte (female) or basherter (male).
The Yin and Yang concept on Taoism can easily explain the dynamic between twin flames, a principle of duality or two halves that come together to form the very essence of the universe, the qi.
Biblical Evidence of Twin Flames
1 Samuel 18:1-30
“As soon as he had finished speaking to Saul, the soul of Jonathan was knit to the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.”
Souls bonded to one another, unconditional love not just in a romantic sense but in a way that transcends blueprints of relationships. Though some take this verse to mean romantic love, I see it as one of the various instances of the twin flame blueprint.
“Seek and read from the book of the Lord:
Not one of these shall be missing;
none shall be without her mate.
For the mouth of the Lord has commanded,
and his Spirit has gathered them.”
The notion of the soul mate or that one true mate, which can be applied to twin flames as well, is made in a pretty suggestive way. Though we may talk about the twin flame versus soul mate notions, it can certainly be seen as a reference to either or.
“My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ […]”
Twin flame union, anyone?
“And the rib that the Lord God had taken from the man he made into a woman and brought her to the man.”
Overlooking gender-specifics of the Bible and accepting the notion that twin flames come from the same frequency or “body”, keeping in mind the triggering and shadow work demanding nature of the soulbond, would it be too far-fetched to believe that Adam and Eve as twin flames?
Moving Forward With Your Twin Flame Journey
God on Twin Flame Love
The idea of twin flames is very much so connected to the life purpose of the twins, which do their best to fulfill their divine mission of anchoring high-frequency 5D love into the current dimensional reality.
By their very presence, whether they achieve union or not, simply by making progress on their ascension process they anchor in light codes into their reality. In other words, twins do what God has always intended them to do: fulfill their divine mission.
While the Bible doesn’t use the terminology of twin flames, as we’ve seen, the concept is not at all a stranger to the Bible.
The Important Thing to Remember
While the idea of twin flames is not a Christian-specific theme, the roots of it are present in the Bible as much as they are present in other sacred texts.
So if you’re wondering what the Bible says about twin flames, we can conclude that they fulfill the sacred mission that God or divinity by any other name has given their souls: to uplift humanity by anchoring the high frequency of unconditional love.