I think my favorite section was "Romances of the Soul." Of course, some of the stories touched on my favorite theme, Twin Souls. For example, Tom Youngholm's story, "Redhead," explores why he continually dated the same type of woman -- blond, about his height -- but that the relationships never worked out. Finally, he had a vision of a woman in the 1800s who was dancing with him. What did she look like? Blond, about his height. She told him that she was his soul mate (Twin Soul, in my estimation). When she said this, he broke down in tears. He recounts:
[She] told me that we were soulmates -- that our energies complemented one another, and that when we were together, we were truly One. I questioned her: I thought one was supposed to find a soulmate here on Earth? She chuckled, and said most soulmates are not together in the same lifetime.She continued, saying that the reason he was having so much trouble finding a mate in this lifetime was because he was still searching for her. She said to let that go. She visited him several times after that, but he was able to let go of his obsessive search for her and to find a new type of woman in his life. A redhead.
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