Let us start with the 5 senses.
Growing up I had a very small comic card collection, and depending on which company made the cards, when you flipped it over, it showed a breakdown of each hero or villain's powers.
Touch is amplified. Not only do they feel the physical pleasure with greater elation, but also experience the depths of pain at an increased velocity. An extremely deep soul is one for whom every sense seems to have the capacity of intense discernment.
In other words, the furthest evolution of one’s senses. We drink the world with our ears, our eyes, our touch, our smell, our tongue.
It is important to note this is not always from experience, but more that the “palate” of senses is impressionable by the world.
Furthermore, not all beings are given even a fraction of the opportunity to asses whether they are able to denote between a multitude of scents and the subtleties within those scents.
The secondary measure by which sense (no pun intended) is made of all this, has to do with the cognition in processing what has been ingested. From these senses, one gathers a visceral relationship with the world and people around them, literally heightening the way they are able to relate (since the way we generally relate to our surroundings is through our senses).
If one has such “empirical depth” across the board in the 5 generally accepted senses, then the rate at which they take in or experience is vastly different and amplified.
Soulosophy says we always have been.
In this way, it accounts for the notion of recognition when two people feel as if they have met, and the uncanny familiarity they feel with each-other. Many would say this is due to some type of meeting, acquaintanceship, or friendship in another “life” and maybe another “form”.
Again, Soulosophy does not attempt to “fill in the blanks” of the existential questions, only etch out a framework whose principle reference point is “soul” based with an attentive awareness of feeling and intuitive knowings, rather than story based such as religion, or logic based, such as philosophy.