Have a look at the text in Edit in Story Editor to see what codes may be inserted.
I think we would need more information about what you're trying to accomplish. First, what version of InDesign are you using. Can you post a screen capture of the page you're working on (you can attach it using the "Insert Image" in the forum editor)?
What kind of texts? (InDesign text, Word files, text files)? How are you inserting the text (File > Place? Copy and paste?)
What settings have you made in InDesign Preferences > Type in the Smart Text Reflow at the bottom of that panel
Text File: Word Docx
Inserting the text: Place
Smart Text Reflow: On, Add Pages to End of Story, Delete Empty Pages.
The text on top of the page which before I autoflowed the text at the bottom of that page used to be auto flowed in the page at the bottom is now auto flowed after the text of the bottom ends
Codes like what?
What your screenshot shows is that the text begins in the Text Frame on the top right page.
Then it flows into the Frame at the top of the left page and then from there in to the Frame which is currently off the bottom of your screen.
Judging by your paragraphs (left aligned) it seems as if your text should read left to right - so the text should start in the top left frame and then move to the top right Text Frame and from there further down - is this correct ?
If so your order of flowing is incorrect and you need to rethread the text or move the Text Frames around.
If you need help with this you can check - Thread text among frames in Adobe InDesign
If my guesses aren't correct please just post a more precise description of the problem.
The thing is that I'm editing for a right to left book because it's also going to have Hebrew in it but also Spanish so what I have right now (in the screenshot) is that text. But I don't see how that would affect what I'm doing.
OK, that makes a little more sense.
But it still looks as though you are threading the text incorrectly.
Can you draw a diagram of where you want it to go - or is it skipping the text frames on the page as per your screenshot ?
If so, it looks like you are not threading it through those frames.
I was finally able to solve it but I had to disable smart text reflow and do it with the thread on the master page.
And the text was skipping the bottom text frames.