Twin Flames are thought of as the "ultimate soulmate." They seem to be everything you could ever want from a romance: your perfect other half. But is it really what it seems?
We all want that Hollywood romance: you meet, have a slight misunderstanding, resolve it and find out you're perfect for each other, and live happily ever after (roll credits). Is that too much to ask? If so, why do we want it so badly?
A Bit 'O Logic
Off the top of my head, I think I know why we all agree that's the ideal scenario. Humans are social creatures, designed by evolution to fit into a social structure. Though we don't have the tribe or village culture we used to (well, for the most part), we're still hardwired to find a place we fit.
There's plenty of talk about how that affects our career choices, because that's how we feel we fit into the world. But on a smaller level, the family scene is where we place most of our hopes at feeling that sense of belonging that is so critical for our emotional well-being. Entertainment has capitalized on this for hundreds of years, providing us a plethora of scenarios to fantasize how that could turn out.
The problem is how those stories either gloss over or completely ignore certain truths that make them real.
Over the next couple of weeks, I'll be going in-depth about soulmates and relationships to help shed some light on these truths. You probably know many of them already, but haven't connected them to a more realistic fantasy - and why would you? If there's even a slim chance you could find this "magical partnership," you've got to keep the hope alive.
That's why I will expose the truth about Twin Flames once and for all, because you have a right to know exactly what you are searching for. While I won't say other sources are lying, I know from my own experiences it's not the full truth. Instead of helping you find the love of your dreams, many out there have conveniently crafted a fantasy that will always be just out of your reach. Even if you do have a twin flame, those fantasy stories are still more likely to get in the way of a happy future.
I don't believe the others out there intend for this to happen. More likely, they just don't know any better. Twin flames are incredibly rare, too rare for all those people to honestly be part of a twin flame set. But when you understand what a twin flame is compared with a soulmate and a normal (but still satisfying) relationship, it's easy to see how they could be mistaken.
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