In our excitement and drive to find our twin flame, we might fall into a particularly problematic trap. Rather than find our twin flame, we may be convinced by a false twin flame.

That’s no fault of ours. After all, false twin flames do seem like the real thing.

So we’ve put together this article to help you to spot a false twin flame – and what you can do about it once you do.

False Twin Flame Synchronicities

If you have done any reading on the twin flame relationship, you will know about synchronicity.

Synchronicity is the method that the universe and your spirit guides use to help to guide you to the next stop on your spiritual path.

For the twin flame relationship, there are many types of synchronicity that you might experience.

Seeing your twin flame in places neither of you ever go, being suddenly surrounded by love and relationships, seeing the twin flame numbers – all of these are examples of twin flame synchronicity.

Unfortunately, they are also the signs of false twin flame synchronicity. Except, that is, for 11:11.

The twin flame number 11:11 only enters synchronicity when your true twin flame is about to come into your life (or afterward, for various reasons).

False Twin Flame vs True Twin Flame

So if the synchronicity signs are the same, how do you tell a false twin flame from the real deal?

Well, there’s no way of knowing until you’re in the relationship.

The truth is, you are supposed to meet with your false twin before you meet your twin flame, and it is by accepting that this is the false twin that you become ready for your true twin flame.

Thankfully, there are signs you can look out for.

You might be in a false twin flame relationship if:

They dig up old wounds from your past. A true twin flame helps you to concentrate on moving forward, but the false twin is simply tending your old wounds in preparation.

You always feel a little ill at ease. A true twin flame always feels right, comfortable, and certain. A false twin is known to be false by your intuition, even if you haven’t realised it yet.

When the going gets rough, false twins get going. A true twin flame will always be by your side during tough times, whereas a false twin feels the need to hide or run from the difficult issues.

Everything seems temporary. A true twin is loud and clear with their commitment, whether through actions or words. A false twin makes you feel as though they might leave at any moment.

You are having doubts – and they have no way to calm them. We lose all doubt when we are with our true twin flame, a power that the false twin doesn’t have

Letting Go Of The False Twin

Once you’ve realised that you are in a false twin flame relationship, letting go should be relatively easy. The difficulty is in allowing your convictions to come under challenge – that is, admitting that you might have been wrong about your twin flame.

In fact, the moment you notice is the moment that you are ready for the true twin flame relationship.

You’ll start to get all the warning signs from the universe, and you’ll feel yourself distancing from your false twin flame.

But your false twin deserves a proper separation. After all, they are moving on in their journey too, hopefully.

So to let go of your false twin to make room for your true twin flame, you must simply express yourself. Communicate honestly with your false twin, let them know that you must move on and find your true twin.

And thank them for helping you get to wherever it is you will one day end up.

Susan was born with spiritual gifts and is a master of many metaphysical techniques. Her extensive list of metaphysical tools is the result of practicing reading and healing many souls for over 30 years. She loves to read people and uses energy reading, tarot, numerology, graphology, astrology, I-Ching, EFT, and natural healing. She brings all these tools together and combines them with her natural psychic medium, clairvoyant and clairaudient gifts. Her experience in all things spiritual helps to bring a full understanding of self and soul to her private clients and readers.