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Solid Mirrors

The non-compromising soulmates (1st and 2nd Tier)

1st and 2nd Tier – (The “Exact” and “Solid” both refer to the same thing. Solid linking to the Thinker Type analysis. Check your thinker type here. “Solid Mirror” term preferred in newer texts.)

Being True To Oneself is A MUST

What is in common to all Solid Mirrors in both tiers and all stages, is that for the relationship to survive you cannot compromise on who you are. This relationship demands an absolute 100% honesty to thrive.

All “editing” of one’s own true personality towards what is “approved”, expected by society or another third party, including parents, twin flame teachers, and other well-meaning people is a danger to this relationship. Externally given “right thing to be/do/think” steers you away from your True Spirit Mirror, because the people involved love each other for exactly who they are in their true state of being, in their natural, unobstructed personality. This personality is not “angelic” or in any way inhuman, quite the opposite, it contains everything that you are and have been in your previous incarnations; the good, bad, and the ugly.

If you want to be loved for who you are, you have to risk to be hated for who you are, too.

Why do we tend to modify our own personalities in a way that harms this connection?

Because we mostly live surrounded by Partial Personality Mirrors, we get told over and over that we need to be someone else; someone more manageable and more reasonable, etc. Obeying that will directly cause problems with your most important soulmates; the Exact Personality Mirrors. In essence, Partial Personality Mirrors are people who do not love you for who you are, but they love you for who you could be if they had the chance of molding you into their own liking. This is often their own image that they love more than they love you.

Solid Mirrors dissatisfaction with you

The Exact Spirit Mirrors are sometimes dissatisfied with you, too, however, because they can see the full potential of who you are; the part that is unused. The Partial Spirit Mirrors feel the same way, but they are trying to push you towards a perfection and direction you do not agree on. Where the Solid Mirrors’ dissatisfaction with you feels LIBERATING, the Partials’ feel suffocating and obnoxious.

What is in common with the 1st and 2nd Tier Exact Personality Mirrors is that they hate everything about you that is inauthentic, borrowed, anything you do out of a sense of responsibility or duty (or outside your own inner values) because they see you are hurting yourself and they cannot stand the sight of it. They will rather reject you for who you are pretending to be but are not than to love you for the small parts that are truly visibly you. The more you try to please the median opinion, the less loved you are by your ultimate soulmates, which means don’t sell out if you want your Exact Spirit Mirrors to love you!

In contrast, the Partial Spirit Mirror hates everything about you that isn’t LIKE THEM or matching their idea of who an ideal person (modesty included) should be.

The Solid Mirrors are Purifying Soulmates

The reason why I describe them as “purifying, uncompromising” soulmates is exactly this; they are like a chemical process that purifies your element from any impurities you have picked up whilst mixing with other people. This process is often heated and even violent, but it has one purpose only; To force you to be honest about who you are. To be fair, also Antagonist Mirrors have the purpose of purifying you, but you react to it by starting the purifying process in order to get rid of them, not in order to join them like with the Exact Spirit Mirrors, True Spirit Mirrors in particular.


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