101. XII. THAT TWO MARRIED PARTNERS ARE THAT FORM IN THEIR INMOSTS, AND HENCE, AS THE INTERIORS OF THEIR MIND ARE OPENED, IN ALL THAT FOLLOWS THEREFROM. There are three things of which every man consists and which follow in order--soul, mind, and body. His inmost is the soul, his intermediate is the mind, and his ultimate is the body. All that flows into man from the Lord flows into his inmost, which is the soul, and descends thence into his intermediate, which is the mind, and through this into his ultimate, which is the body. It is in this way that the marriage of good and truth flows into man from the Lord. It flows immediately into his soul, from this it goes on to the parts that follow, and through these to the outmost parts. In this way all these conjointly make conjugial love. From the idea of this influx, it is evident that two married partners are that form in their inmosts and thence in all that follows therefrom.