Ouch. Sofia Richie is upset after a healer in Bali told Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian that they were meant to be together on the April 28 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

During the show, the 40-year-old revealed to her sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian what the spiritual guru had to say about her ex. “Scott came in and the guy was basically saying that in a past life that we were together and that we’re soulmates. So, he was like, ‘You have to decide if you want to be together or not be together.’”

Naturally, the model, 20, “was hurt,” the insider explained to Radar Online. “Sofia wasn’t told about what happened when he was in Bali with Kourtney, and he did not tell her about this soulmate thing until right before it aired on TV.”

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In her confessional, Kourt added, “I don’t know what the definition of soulmate is, but Scott and I, we’re going to be in each other’s lives forever. We are soulmates, in a sense. No matter what, whether we’re ever together or not.”

The insider added, “Sofia is already super jealous of his relationship with Kourtney, and although Scott tells Sofia that she is the one for him, she will always feel inferior to Kourtney.”

Even though the blonde beauty has been dating the 35-year-old since September 2017, she still feels self-conscious around the reality TV starlet. “Even when she is with them both, she feels inferior,” the source noted. “This is just really hard for Sofia and while Kourtney tries to include her in things, there is nothing she can really do.”

Unfortunately, since the former flames share three kids — Mason, 9, Penelope, 6, and Reign, 4 — it looks like the Poosh founder will be around for a long time. “We have three children, we love each other, and we’re family,” he said. “I’m happy with that.”

The brunette beauty couldn’t agree more. “We’re definitely in a great place,” she said. “We’re very lucky.”

However, it doesn’t seem like Scott is buying into what the expert said. “I kind of think it’s one of those things that you can take it any way you want to take it,” he explained. “You can be negative and think the guy is full of crap and feel nothing came of it, or you can take it positively and just feel like he’s wishing nothing but good upon you and your life and your future.”

Hmm … it seems like Scott is just trying to do what’s best for his kids. Don’t worry, girl!

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