Films about Twinsouls

The phenomenon Twinsoul can be found also in some films. Not too much, just a few.

The best film, and not only because it is about Twinsouls, is

“What dreams may come”

“What dreams may come” is based on a metaphysical novel, written in 1978 by Richard Matheson.
The story is about Chris (Robin Williams) and Anna (Annabella Sciorra), who learn about the life in the hereafter.
The deeper value of the film is the explanation of the reason why souls meet, about the phenomenon Twinsouls, about Love in it’s deepest levels, and about the Hereafter. About the consequences of committing suicide.
There is no death.  Because….. life is eternal. Consciousness is eternal, and we are (growing) consciousness, as a part of All Existance.

The way all has been explained in this video can be compared with the way Joseph Rulof writes about the life in the hereafter, about twinsouls, about committing suicide.
The phenomenon twinsouls is very muych present in Joseph Rulof’s books.
If you want to learn more about the phenomenon Twinsouls you can
click here.

The film is from 1998.








“Jane Eyre”

Jane Eyre is a famous and influential novel by English writer Charlotte Brontë. It was published in London, England in 1847 by Smith, Elder & Co. with the title Jane Eyre. An Autobiography under the pen name “Currer Bell”. The film with Toby Stephens and Ruth Wilson is for me a deeply expressing Art film, and indeed, it fits in my ideas about twinsouls. See the complete BBC tv serial on YouTube 

Episode 1, part 5: