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Ann Merivale is a highly trained regression therapist who studied with renowned Jungian psychoanalyst Dr. Roger Woolger and has been practicing professionally since 1998

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"Souls United," an excellent study of twin souls Nov. 8 2009
By K.P. - Published on Amazon.com
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"Souls United" by Ann Merivale is in my opinion the most complete and comprehensive work on the subject of what has been called various terms such as "twin souls," "twin flames," "divine complements" (Marie Corelli) or "The birth-bond" (Dante Gabriel Rossetti). It has been something that I've studied my whole life because I believe that my parents were of this type of relationship. Initially I did not have a language to describe my experience. As a young adult, my first introduction to the subject was through the Victorian writer Marie Corelli, in her books "Romance of Two Worlds," "Ardath," and "The Life Everlasting." Gradually, over time, I began to do research and read every book I could find on the subject. What I've discovered over the years is that there have been a few excellent books written and many that were rather limited in their scope.

Ann Merivale does a thorough and professional job of covering previous works on the subject as well as covering historical background for the concept of the twin soul, going all the way back to the writings of Plato and other cultures to develop a foundation for this topic. Ann Merivale also writes of historical people who likely were twin souls, such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning, St. Francis and St. Clare, Pierre and Marie Curie, and more modern twin souls such as Peter and Eileen Caddy, Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, and Edgar Cayce and his family members.

The outstanding aspects of her book are:
1) Numerous case studies from her own practice and people she's personally interviewed to serve as experiential examples of this type of connection. All of the examples are from real life interviews and cases, and in my opinion are representative and realistic of how twin souls may manifest in this life.

2) A multi-dimensional view of how the twin soul relationship manifests in this life. This has been my own observation, so I found it affirming that Ann Merivale presented some alternate relationships to the more traditional and one-dimensional view that the twin soul relationship is the ultimate "romantic partnership." In her excellent book "Soul Mates and Twin Flames," Elizabeth Clare Prophet says,"...Now I have to tell you that sometimes and in some circumstances, because of such a difference between twin flames, God actually works it so that they embody as brother and sister, or as father and child, or as members of the same sex..." Ann Merivale's research agrees with this and in her case studies there are examples of twin souls who are best friends, twin sisters, same-sex twin souls (who are not always romantic partners), as well as a few examples of homosexual and heterosexual non-romantic but very bonded partnerships between twin souls.

3) Ann Merivale's research also has many examples of more traditional and romantic couple relationships drawn from her case studies and from modern public figures. Through these examples, the author presents some helpful applications for loving relationships for all couples and for those who believe themselves to be twin souls.

4) The final ways in which Ann Merivale's book excels is all the numerous references to other books on both twin soulship and spiritual subjects, so that her book is itself a reference work and resource. Thanks to "Souls United," I've had the great pleasure to be introduced to all of Joan Grant's work, which includes some beautiful descriptions on the twin soul relationship. I've also been introduced to authors like Anne and Daniel Meurois-Givaudan, Simon Bushnell, and the writings of Peter and Eileen Caddy, who founded Findhorn.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful book! Dec 8 2009
By Chris K. Pearson - Published on Amazon.com
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I had a difficult time putting this book down. It helped explain why there is something that I have always found lacking in my life but also gave me a hopeful feeling about one day finding that missing piece. The book is a very well written collection of fascinating stories which weave together to give an understanding of a process which can be wonderful but is sometimes very difficult. After reading the book I find myself looking at the world and people around me differently and with a renewed interest. Sometimes we can feel isolated even in the midst of friends and family; this book explains why and gives hope of finding completion in our lives. My thanks to the author for your important message.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Twin Souls July 23 2009
By Eve - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Anyone who ever wondered if your soulmate is out there should read this well researched book. Through clinical examples and well known couples' stories the nature of twin souls and how they fare when they meet on Earth is explored. For regression therapists and lay people alike.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not what I was expecting. March 20 2011
By farthestshore - Published on Amazon.com
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I have written and learned a lot about the twin souls/ twin flames over the years. Consequently, I was expecting to find sth more than I already knew in this book. Unluckily, this was not the case. Although the book was nicely written it was just a multitude of different stories that the author classified as twin soulships. However, I even doubt that even half of them were true twin souls. Furthermore, in my opinion there was no real insight into what a twin flame is, how it works and what is his/her purpose. At least, the book provides some good books for further reading.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Not what I was looking for July 8 2010
By miranda - Published on Amazon.com
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This was not the kind of info I wanted. I wanted something on what these couples felt when they first "Knew". What made these relationships different from others. What spiritual things were experienced between them. I did enjoy the "Signs of" section but really wanted more useful info and less of the talking to dead people stuff. I found it too holistic or something. I just couldn't relate to where She and many of the people in the book were coming from. Very strange to me. A lot of the info I just didn't really care to know...and it didn't have enough that I really wanted to know.


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