On Psychic Attack……

On psychic attack…….

Recently a client came to me complaining that she was under psychic attack. The expression on her face was half hopeful, half defensive, because she obviously thought I might be dismissive of her claim. Far from it, anyone who believes in psychic energy will know that this phenomenon is an utter reality, we use psychic energy to heal, then of course there may be people who use it to harm. But here is the kicker- they may not be doing it consciously. Every time we think well of someone,with love,with good wishes, with positivity, we create an energy wave – think birthdays, weddings, births. This is the reasons why during the Yuletide most of us feel happier, more hopeful, at peace with the world because we think ‘happy thoughts’, on the whole. We send out a wave of hope, love, and well wishing and we all ride that wave. Once the season is finished, all goes back to normal, the wave subsides, which may be the reason why we feel a bit depressed once the holidays are over.

It stands to reason then that each time we think or speak of someone with ill feeling in our heart – be it jealousy, anger, fear, envy – we send that energy into the world, and towards them. We may not even be conscious of these feelings, or wish to admit to them, so they move into the world undetected, unconscious but nevertheless, they are there, present and palpable.

What may not be quite so obvious to all is that each time you allow such feelings to surface and don’t deal with them right away, neutralize them with rational and loving thoughts, whether you then send them out consciously or unconsciously, the energy signature stays with you. Some of that energy residual stays in your energy field, and it can accumulate. Hence the practice of aura cleansing. People who worry about what is sent to them by others usually have the greatest accumulation of self generated ‘bad vibes’ because of what they have emanated. Crystal cleansing , smudging etc., all the practices will only work until the next wave of negative energy comes into the thought process of the person concerned.

A further complication is the energy we generate when we think of ourselves. Our ‘inner critic’ can and does attack us from within. Each time we chastise ourselves for something we did – or didn’t do – we raise energy, negative energy. Since we are often hardest on ourselves we probably are the person who attacks us most of all. So if you find yourself at the business end of your own set down, stop thinking! Stop giving yourself a hard time. Cut yourself some slack. Give yourself some self love, some compassion, some forgiveness. Do question why you feel the need to be so harsh to yourself, or others. Often we hold ourselves to a much higher standard than we would others, and that is good – but don’t be harder on yourself if you fail on occasion to meet your own expectation of YOU.

You can always restart the process, give yourself a good cleaning down and then send yourself, or the person you were ‘psychically attacking’ positive, loving, healing energy. There is rarely an action that can not be mended. Don’t go into the shame cycle again.

Be aware too, that as your light shines more brightly, you will be attracting more of these conscious or unconscious psychic attacks. Be vigilant, check and cleanse your physical, emotional, mental, spiritual body regularly to avoid overload of negative energies that can dim your light. This world needs the light of love, of peace and of connection that you generate. It is a bit like car maintenance, if your headlights are clogged up with dirt and mud so they can not properly do their job of lighting the path for you and others, then it is your responsibility to get them clean. Whether by yourself or with the help of others, as long as they are spotless, and once again fit for purpose, then all is well. The same goes for you. Psychic maintenance is the responsibility of each individual light worker.

So, check yourself today – leave the negativity behind and don’t add to the negative energy in the world by thinking ill of yourself or others.

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