Stalking your twin flame through social media can be tempting, but probably not something you need to be engaged in. Do you find yourself checking their social media accounts constantly looking for information or pictures, to see how they are doing or what they are up to? Are you terrified your twin flame may be seeing someone else so you continue stalking their social media accounts to find out?
Does stalking your twin flame through their social media make you feel somehow closer to them or further apart? Does stalking your twin flame via social media really benefit your life or state of mind in any way? Most likely it does not, and this behavior often causes more misunderstandings and problems than we can begin to enumerate. If you are stalking your twin flame on social media, obviously there is a bigger issue already in your relationship. Stalking them on social media won’t remove the problem, but only add to it.
First and foremost, twin flames don’t need to engage in this type of activity. Twin flames may have periods of separation, but they don’t stress out about them. They are not insecure and have complete faith the period of separation is temporary.
Soul mates, on the other hand, tend to react differently. During periods of separation there is a lot of anxiety, stress, insecurity and depression. Soul mates encounter tests and challenges in order to grow both separately and together. Twin flames don’t really need to be tested, because they have learned their lessons during prior soul mate relationships.
Soul mates don’t have enough faith in themselves, their soul mate, or their connection to rise above stress and insecurity. So twin flames would not find themselves stalking social media accounts. Soul mates are another story. They often stalk social media and every way they can think of to find out what is going on with a soul mate. Why? Because their insecurities need to be fed.
They are not trying to rid themselves of it, instead they choose to feed it. They may feel the “pull” to do it, and think it is their intuition or their connection. It isn’t. It is the loud voice of insecurity and fear talking. Once in a while a soul mate, or twin flame, may feel a pull to stalk one time here or there, but what we are talking about is doing it constantly.
Sometimes people play games on social media. Actually, most social media is fake and game playing. Very little of it is reality, and it is never the whole story or picture. Some people use social media to play games with their soul mate. They may try to make them jealous. They post messages with hidden meanings, but twin flames would never do this. This type of nonsense is not worth your time or energy. It is actually a part of the problem.
How can you fix anything if you can’t come right out and say it? Why would you post things to piss someone off rather than talk it out? Social media is not the place to air out your private issues, although many millions don’t have an issue with doing so. If you want the truth, get it from the source, not social media. If you want to fix things, meet in person, not on Facebook. If you want to talk, speak to one another. Don’t do it through social media. Most relationships would be better off if both parties just deleted all their social media and dealt with the real people in their lives.