love these twin flame tattoos. Whether you’re on this intense journey yourself and want something to represent the path you’re on or you want to share a tattoo with your twin flame, there are some great designs that symbolize the journey and look great.
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really unique, check out our custom tattoo design service. We’ll help you bring your own unique twin flame tattoo to life (anywhere in the world). I always have a soft spot for sun and moon tattoos, but I love this unique twist, and it makes a great twin flame tattoo. Even if it doesn’t include the traditional symbols we’d expect, it shows the yin-yang of the relationship. Plus, it just looks fantastic. This no-time no-distance message is timeless. It’s another variation of the sun and moon design with a more human-shaped design to show our higher (spiritual) serves. I love the colorway and unique style. This is a larger piece, but you could do a similar design on a smaller scale if you wanted. A tattoo inspired by a story of true love – the spiritual kind. There’s something about spiritual tattoos at the base of the neck that just works. You always find this position on some of the most unique people, and I love this design for a twin flame tattoo. The symbol of infinity and the delicate shading of the sun design. I’m here for it. A more literal take on the tattoo design. This is literally two flames. Simplistic black ink lines on each arm. A winner for the minimalists in love. A cute ankle tattoo with an infinity shape encircling a heart. I do like the coloring to highlight the flame aspect but what really works here are the two birds—symbolizing the freedom and grace of anyone on this spiritual path. There are several number patterns and symbols for the journey, 11:11 makes for a balanced tattoo, and it’s probably one of the more recognizable patterns. I don’t know how we’ve made it this far into the list without a matching design so far. The tribal design is a solid example, but you could do anything like this and have a matching tattoo design for your partner. This is my absolute favorite design on the list. Similar to this idea of a matching couples tattoo, having a spirit guide on each of you gives it more of an asynchronous vibe and more of a spiritual design. If ever there was a tattoo that shows two interwoven mirror souls this has to be it. Perhaps a more subtle take on a twin flame tattoo as there’s nothing specifically about love here. It could also be just a geometric design of two faces. Aside from the incredibly cute flowery shoulder tattoo in this tattoo, you could stop relying on symbology and just write ‘twin flame’ in ink. I do know some prefer to add their counterpart’s name as a tattoo, but even on a cosmic journey like this – most tattoo artists will suggest not getting someone’s name. Plus, it’s overdone these days. Combining the tree of life, a little colored ink and a fantastic design for a divine relationship. I love it. I’m a sucker for a good yin and yang tattoo, and it makes a great design. I love the idea of matching tattoos like this because they look fantastic together and great independently. If you’re in doubt about your own design, you should do this. While this ink was a coverup piece, it makes for a great abstract design and a different take on the sun and moon vibe. It’s also got the element of divine timing that I’m in love with. Has anyone else noticed I have a soft spot for dragon tattoos? I swear I don’t just look for a reason to post them, but I love this idea. It’s a combination of some of the elements we’ve seen so far with the 11:11 and the spirit guides with slightly different designs for each twin flame dragon. Super unique, and I’m in love with it. More of an original and minimalist design. “And into the forest, I go to lose my mind and find my soul.”- John Muir This design seems to take it in a very literal sense. Those are two little cartoon flames! Where Should You Get a Twin Flame Tattoo? For Women Throat Top thigh Finger Wrist For Men Forearm Lower thigh Upper back
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