Tuesday, April 11, 2006

King Kong - The Perfect Twin Soul Story

Let me tell you…I haven’t had a movie enthrall me, move me, bring me to tears since the “Titanic.” I’m talking about the movie, “King Kong.” Not the original version, but the one that just came out on DVD.

I had heard someone say that it was good and being as I had run out of ideas of what kind of movies to buy for the restaurant, I gritted my teeth and plunked down the $20.

And I don’t regret a minute of it.

I remember it coming out in the movies and not paying a bit of attention to it. I figured it was just a movie for the kids and I was looking for a sappy, love story. But, you see, it IS a love story…the love story between twin souls who could never be together because of “blocks” (she’s a human and he’s an ape) and, yes, I was rooting for them to be together. But, of course, I knew it wasn’t going to happen, and just maybe I was hoping for just a little sign that maybe they had changed the original plotline and maybe the woman and the ape could live happily ever after. He wanted it; she wanted it, but it just wasn’t meant to be.

But, isn’t that true of twin souls?

Sometimes the twin soul will hit you like a ton of bricks. Not literally, of course, but when they come into your life, it’s in the weirdest of circumstances or in an incidence that make you sit up and go “What was that?”

I remember meeting my twin soul and I really never expected for it to happen. In fact, back then, I didn’t even know what a twin soul was. Oh, I knew about soul mates, not that I thought I had any with my lackluster trait of never finding the right “one,” but twin souls? What in the heck was that?

I began my journey exploring soul mates in general after my twin soul died and he literally came to me in a dream and told me to start a crusade explaining what the soul mate experience was all about. Corny, I know, but that’s just the way it happened. As I pursued the soul mate theory deeper, I found that Edgar Cayce and I share almost the same identical views on soul mates, which was oh-so-cool, so I thought just maybe I might be on the right track with this.

It’s like I have been given a gift. I have heard of others who have “special gifts” and I never knew what mine was. I did find out later that I was spatial clairsentient – if I’m even spelling it right – which basically means I can see afar. Images. Which is really cool. I had a psychic friend who taught classes on this stuff and he told me that’s what I had anyway.

But, it helps me in my practice in helping people with their soul mate problems so between the gift of spatial clairsentience and the gift of …uh…not sure of what it could be called…soul mate expertise(?), I have helped hundreds of people understand what soul mates are really all about. I get letters from people that tell me I’m on the ball with this stuff so I guess I’m on the right track then.

But, aren’t we all doubtful of our capabilities? That one letter that comes through the mail saying how much you’ve helped them really is the incentive to keep on with it, explore more, think more, help more, and never, ever give it up. So, please, keep’em coming!

Back to the Kong movie, I hadn’t had a movie exemplify the twin soul experience better. Did you see the spiritual connection through Kong’s eyes when he was holding the woman in his hand? Next time you look into someone’s eyes, see if you see the twin soul connection…if it is indeed the twin soul you are looking at, it will be there.

5 comments:

  1. I loved the 1976 Jessica Lange version so much I couldn't bring myself to watch the most recent one. But maybe now I'll have to. :)

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  2. Oh, Kathy, it's so much better. The woman who plays her part is so amazing...so perfect for this role...in fact, she reminds me of her a lot. And the scenery and background is just out of this world...I wouldn't be surprised if this movie didn't take in some kind of award or something. Amazing movie.

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  3. That movie had me upset for days, so yeah, I guess it was a good movie. :-)

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  4. I can't watch the ending. I was upset enough when they shot him with that arrow thing. I was thinking they had killed him then and I was running all around the place going no! no! So, I don't dare watch the ending. Great flick and one in which stays with you for a long time!

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  5. Hmmm,

    I'm not a movie/tv watcher in general but you might just have sold me on this one!

    :o)

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