Do you have a Twin Flame age gap or age difference, between you and your Twin Flame? Confused as to why you are so attracted to someone much older or younger than yourself?
Do you know that having a large age gap between yourself and your partner is often an indication of a Twin Flame relationship? A Twin Flame sign?
Twin Flames often have an Age Difference between the Twins
Yes, a small to huge age difference is not uncommon among Twin Flames. Some Twin Flames are born only days or months apart, others are born years. If you are worrying about having a 10+ year age gap between you and your Twin, no need to worry, it is more common than you think. Some Twin’s have an even larger age difference of 15 or 20 years. In fact, the largest I have heard of is 34 years.
Why do Twin Flames often have an age difference?
Twins often have an age gap, as one of the things we are here to teach in the world is that when you truly love someone, outside ‘details’ such as age, race, gender, sexuality, colour, religion, etc don’t matter. All that matters is love, as Twin Flames recognise the soul of a person, rather than their physical attributes, and external characteristics of personality and upbringing.
Humans truly are all ONE.
Whilst society in general (and perhaps your religion) may have ‘rules’ around ages of couples, an age gap between Twin Flames will only be a problem if you let it.
In my own personal Twin Flame relationship, my Twin and I were born approximately 11 years apart. (Magic number 11 !)
Little did I know when I was looking for my ideal man at age 29, that he was still in school…..
What age gaps exist between Twins?
In 2018 survey, recently taken in a Twin Flame group, Twin Flames were asked to identify how large (in years) the age gap was between themselves and their twin. The results as shown in the chart ‘Common Twin Flame Age Gap‘ below, were rather surprising.
The number of Twins with less than 1 year between their dates of birth are shown in the first column. The columns after that have grouped Twin Flame age gaps into 5 year time frames – 1-5 years, 6-10 years, 11-15 years, 16-20 years, 21-25 years, 26-30 years, and 30+ years.
As you can see by the results, the most common age gap between Twin Flames (within the survey group) was 1-5 years, with 25% of Twins falling into this age gap range. 6-10 year age gap was next popular at 22%. 11-15 years age gap was at 20%, and 16-2 year Twin Flame age gap at 13.75%.
Whilst there are some Twin Flames with a 21 to over 30+ age gap between themselves and their twin, statistically this was only 6% of the Twin Flame group surveyed.
This means a whopping 88.75% of Twin Flames have a Twin Flame age difference of less than 20 years. 50% of them, born 10 years or less apart.
This begs the question, that if age gaps are common, ‘How old are most Twins’?
Twin Flame Age Differences
In a related survey, Twin Flames in a Twin Flame group were asked their ages. Not everyone was willing to admit their age, but to those who did we are grateful.
You can see the results of the survey in the chart ‘Ages of each Twin Flame‘, below:
Twin A was the Twin Flame ‘awakened and aware’ person answering the survey (shown in blue). Their Twin was Twin B (shown in orange). The majority of the people who answered the survey were women, most of which (but not all) who identified as being the Divine Feminine in their Twin Flame Relationship.
For a large number of respondents, the elder twin appeared to be a woman, although that wasn’t always the case. Some Twins were in heterosexual twin flame relationships, others were in same sex relationships.
What was rather clear was the age gap again between the Twins as described in the earlier chart. (Notice the age group dominance difference between blue and orange in the 20-29 and 30-39 age range)
Twin A (BLUE – who answered their survey) were all aged over 20, with a surprising number of them aged between 60-69 years of age. In comparison, their Twin (ORANGE) fell into a wider age range, being aged ‘less than 20′ up to ’60-69 years’ of age. Fewer of them fell into the 60-69 age group, and large number of them appeared to be aged 29 and below, compared to their twin.
It is unknown how many of these Twin Flames were waiting for union, vs already in union with their twin.
One thing for sure however, is that with large age gaps between twins, it seems more likely that most twins won’t reach union until later in life, when both Twins have had time to mature.
So what are your key takeways from this article…
- Twin Flame Age gaps or Age differences between the Twin are not uncommon. In fact, they are actually ‘normal’.
- Be aware that large aged gaps between twins means it *may* take some time (ie. years) for some Twins to come into union. In these cases, time is needed for each twin to become an adult, as well as the time it takes for you both to break through any societal expectations. (ie. What if your twin is the same age as your own daughter or son?)
- Please be patient with Divine Timing. Whilst you might be in your 30s and looking for the ‘One’, it is entirely possible your Twin might still be in their teens.
Hang in there!
Unsure if you are a Twin Flame or not? See my article about 4 Authentic Spiritual Twin Flame Signs.