True love is a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
We cannot say it any more beautifully than Aristotle already did:
"True love is a single soul inhabiting two bodies."
The friendship between two souls proceeds in a clear line. Spoken and unspoken. Therefore, we recognize soulmates immediately.
Although death – as the ultimate rite of passage –radically interferes on the physical plane, the spiritual relationship does not cease to exist.
To help the surviving relatives cope with this as much as possible and to offer them solace before, during and after a death, this new Belgian atelier designed the illum urn, allowing through reflection to maintain daily contact with the soul of a beloved deceased. When subsequently also the surviving partner dies, their souls will be connected again in eternity with a beautiful gesture. This perspective offers comfort in difficult times.
We believe that this symbolic gesture at intense moments, both collectively and individually, is purifying and inspiring. With a concise but serene language of form, the illum urn offers a contemporary answer in a universal language to a growing number of people opting for cremation.
Thanks to the symbolic component, the illum urn offers a topical alternative for the traditional family tomb; safe to say the Family Tomb 2.0