About the time I was looking into the Hawaiian religion called Huna, I happened to be reading Wuthering Heights. One of those celestial coincidences, I'm sure. As I had never read the book before and I had never seen the movie (any version), it was a revelation.
Imagine my shock as I read Catherine's statement, "Nelly, I am Heathcliff -- he's always, always in my mind -- not as a pleasure, any more than I am always a pleasure to myself -- but, as my own being -- so, don't talk of our separation again -- it is impracticable . . . " She recognized something in him -- her own self, really -- and that belief seemed unshakable.
And that was how I felt about recognizing my own Twin Soul. I was amazed that a novelist from the 19th century would write about this obscure concept.
So, I did some investigating about how Emily Bronte came up with the idea of Twin Souls.