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iloveyoudearly
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From: chennai,india
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posted October 04, 2007 09:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for iloveyoudearly     Edit/Delete Message
is it true that only one of the twinsouls will feel all that unconditional love?How is that when he is your part of your soul he can be indifferent?Or is it because he cannot stand the intensity of feelings?

will anyone help me in this?

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marsconjunctmercury
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From: Isle of Wight U.K
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posted October 13, 2007 07:35 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for marsconjunctmercury     Edit/Delete Message
quote:
Will anyone help me out with this

Doesn't look like it. Noone can understand what you're on about.

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Unmoved
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From: South Africa
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posted October 13, 2007 03:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Unmoved     Edit/Delete Message
MCM - behave.

Let me try and decipher...

quote:

is it true that only one of the twinsouls will feel all that unconditional love?

She/he is asking whether it is true that; the feelings of unconditional love are not mutual, in the case of twinsouls.

I think, that he/she might have read somewhere that sometimes one half of the pair may not feel anything, while the other half feels something.

quote:

How is that when he is your part of your soul he can be indifferent? Or is it because he cannot stand the intensity of feelings?
will anyone help me in this?

Then he/she asks: if it is true that one half of a twinsoul pair does/can not feel the "unconditional love", how is that possible since they are twinsouls?

Then he/she tries to make his/her own speculations by wondering whether it could be the intensity that is the cause of the other half not feeling the unconditional love.

hmmm...

I think I might have confused myself, but I think this is what was asked.

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AcousticGod
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From: Pleasanton, CA, USA
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posted October 13, 2007 05:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for AcousticGod     Edit/Delete Message
It's nice being a person who doesn't subscribe to the twin souls theory, as I don't have to worry about these things so much.

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Unmoved
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From: South Africa
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posted October 13, 2007 05:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Unmoved     Edit/Delete Message
True AG.

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NAM
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From: Sunny place.
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posted October 13, 2007 07:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for NAM     Edit/Delete Message
What do you subscribe to AG?

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NosiS
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From: Orlando, FL USA
Registered: Apr 2004

posted October 13, 2007 11:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for NosiS     Edit/Delete Message
Maxim? LOL! jk, of course. Pardon me, I couldn't help myself.

Prabhu,

Your questions seem a bit vague, but it seems your desire for an answer is quite earnest. Here is my best effort:

is it true that only one of the twinsouls will feel all that unconditional love?
NO. Absolutely not.

How is that when he is your part of your soul he can be indifferent? Or is it because he cannot stand the intensity of feelings?
This reminds me of a quote by Osho...

quote:
Love knows compassion, but no concern. Sometimes it is hard, because it is needed to be hard. Sometimes it is very aloof. If it helps to be aloof, it is aloof. Sometimes it is very cold; if it is needed to be cold then it is cold. Whatever the need, love is considerate - but not concerned. It will not fulfill any unreal need; it will not fulfill any poisonous idea in the other.

In other words, if love is truly present when you relate with someone then it is very possible for them to be indifferent with you. Will that make you happy? No. But love counts on this. You will either move on or dig deeper, regardless of whether or not the other person can or cannot "stand the intensity of feelings". Love wants you to discover it. To really discover it. If it has to shake you up to get there, then it will.



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Diandra23
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From: portugal
Registered: Mar 2007

posted October 14, 2007 07:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Diandra23     Edit/Delete Message
Nosis

Great answer!

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