A "twin soul" or "best friend" is a person that the individual meets time and time again over long periods of time, perhaps forever. These relationships are characterized by a strong intensity and a sense of togetherness, although they are not always frictionless. "The dark side becomes so dark with the twin soul, and the bright side becomes so bright." When they are pleasant, they can be described as a "come-home love". So-called co-dependency can be explained in this way, namely that it is someone with whom the person has been closely connected for several lives. John Lennon and Yoko Ono are an example of this type of relationship.
But then it's hard with such a twin soul relationship, so you say, it's hard. So you are… If it's hard enough with a normal relationship. But what if you have patterns from thirty lives together, how much pattern
A platonic, never-realized love relationship remotely with anyone can also have this basis. The people know each other, but the circumstances mean that they cannot be together in this life. However, there is a strong sense of belonging. The times you are not incarnated at the same time as this person you are particularly close to, the other may act as a guardian angel or you can be in telepathic contact in some way. This kind of relationship affects everyday life, but can be difficult to communicate about or gain understanding from others for. One respondent who had a difficult upbringing says that she feels fortunate that she has been open to different relationships at a young age. As a child, she had playmates that no one else could see: "It was these little people then. In the woods or in the garden."
It is possible to be enriched by telepathic means when someone else is making progress in their personal or spiritual development. One of the respondents describes how one day she felt a great relief or liberation. When she spoke to her mother some time later, she understood that this experience was related to something the mother had been going through at the same time. Such a telepathic influence can also be painful. The fact that a loved one feels bad or is in some way out of balance can be perceived and influence even from a distance. What we think and feel does not stop on the inside but will have an effect on the outside world. This entails a great responsibility:
All the thoughts you think, all the words you say and all the actions you do, ALL that is energy that kind of moves around the universe. And very much negative thoughts and evil thoughts, just like evil acts, they DO harm.
With the idea that everything and everyone is connected and that the individual's thoughts and moods also have an impact on the environment, even remotely, the question arises what happens to the individual's inner space (Jemstedt, 1993). Is a private or secret sphere possible at all? What consequences might this have for the view of identity, relationships, closeness and distance? Main (1991; referenced in Farias &granqvist, 2007) writes that research on 6-year-olds with ambivalent attachment has shown that these had difficulty understanding the "privacy of thought" which can be linked to the fact that the new worldview for these individuals in adulthood may then feel familiar.
Here too, however, it is possible to speculate on an alternative cause that has to do with an influence of or a habituation to the thought system itself. A world with borders is likely to be more arduous to live in than a limitless world, which is possibly enough to make the new worldview seem to be perceived as an attractive alternative.