Twin Flames Universe leaders branded “idiots” after denying they’re a cult

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Escaping Twin Flames, a Netflix documentary that arrived earlier this month, examines the Twin Flames Universe, a group started by married couple Jeff and Shaleia. They claim to have spiritual powers that enable them the power to detect a person’s soulmate, but their services don’t come cheap, with the still-active group charging $8,888 for its “Everything Package” of online classes, guided meditations, and videos.

As stated by Netflix, the series looks at “the nightmarish stories of manipulation and coercion within the organization, including exclusive access to former members who recount how they were encouraged to stalk the supposed objects of their affection and manipulate their gender identities.”

With thousands of people slamming the group online and accusing it of being a cult, Jeff and Shaleia have since responded – and it hasn’t gone down too well.

In a statement shared with Unilad, Twin Flames Universe said: “Those who enter our community and become students are treated with love, acceptance, and support. This will never change, and we continue to love those who have moved on and wish only the best for those who ultimately decide to follow their journey elsewhere.”

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