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on Dec. 02, 2012 :
This book really resonated with me on a deep, personal level. A few years ago, I experienced for myself what it was to find your twin soul, and so I found myself relating intimately to many of the examples and themes Dr Cha~zay Sandhriel covers. As she points out, it's not a checklist to determine if you've met the right person. If you're not sure, then they're probably not.
What I found most fascinating was the number of examples she gives of people finding their divine twin in another country, and how people had to make the decision to uproot themselves from everyone and everything they knew in order to be with the right person. I did that - and I know of many others who've been through the same thing. When you meet that person, you'll do literally anything to be with them, and the chances are you won't find them in your own neighborhood or in your normal circle of childhood friends and work colleagues.
It's an interesting blend between science and metaphysics. I don't agree with all of her teachings, but I do like the way she approaches the difference between twin souls and soul mates: you can have a great relationship with someone, but that doesn't necessarily make them your twin soul. And, perhaps most importantly, she stresses that your divine partner does not "make you complete." If you feel incomplete, you can't provide what you need to sustain a relationship of that intensity.
The only real issue I have with the book is that it definitely felt as though Cha~zay Sandhriel is speaking to women more than men. She does address some chapters to men, but the bulk of the book feels much more oriented to women. And, despite her note to the contrary in the beginning, it's definitely geared towards heterosexuals with the emphasis on the partnership of masculine and feminine energy. That's not a criticism, just an observation about the author's point of view. It's refreshing to see comments like "Men give gifts all day, but they go unnoticed. They can be as small and seemingly insignificant as holding a door or pulling out a chair," but to me, this emphasizes that men are "they" and women are the primary audience.
Readers should also be aware that there's a lot of material about spiritual sexuality. Cha~zay doesn't shy away from talking about this - not in a tantric sex or salacious way, but more in the sense of being aware of how sex and love are related, and understanding issues like celibacy.
(reviewed the day of purchase)