Psychic Self Defense in Real Life

Written by Dale Power

When isrepparttar last time you were attacked by a ghost? Or chased down a dark alley by a Werewolf? Think back torepparttar 122124 last time your life was ruined by a powerful sorcerer or witch. (No offense to Wiccans here. Lets face it though, not everyone is as nice as you are.) Seriously. Think really hard about it.

Been awhile?

Most of us need to be a bit more worried about muggers than monsters. Road rage is a bigger danger than demonic possession in day to day life. The point? We need to protect our bodies as well as our minds. While we are at it, maybe we could protect our wallets as well. Most ofrepparttar 122125 time when you read an article onrepparttar 122126 topic of psychic self-defense, you get lectured about not using a ouija board and a basic primer on shielding. These are wonderful tools to use if a Svengalli is trying to take over your mind or your pushy neighbor is having a bad day and projecting it full power to everyone within fifty miles, just when you need to go to bed.

How about protecting your body though? Can psychic self-defense help you out in that regard at all?

Surprisingly,repparttar 122127 answer is yes!

Here, briefly, are some techniques that can help you protect yourself from physical harm. These are all methods I have used personally and tested in real life situations. One note of caution however, do not take these methods lightly. You must approach these techniques with a serious mind and proper intent if you wish to use them successfully. After all, you are not trying to make a plant grow a little taller or guess who will call you next onrepparttar 122128 phone, you are trying to protect your life. Dorepparttar 122129 work and make it count.

First Technique: Empathic Field Generation

It may sound a little weak at first, but think about it for a moment, most people that are attacked are dealing with an enraged person. If you can produce a feeling of calm in them beforerepparttar 122130 attack takes place, they are much less likely to even try.

*Relax and quiet your mind. You will wish to hold a conceptual mind state as much as possible. Think in ideas rather than words or pictures.

*Definerepparttar 122131 space ofrepparttar 122132 effect. To do this holdrepparttar 122133 idea in your mind of a bubble around your body that goes out about twenty feet or so. Remember, you simply “know”repparttar 122134 field is there and how big it is. Your subconscious mind will take care ofrepparttar 122135 rest. This should be done for at least five minutes.

*Once you have definedrepparttar 122136 space you wish to condition to your satisfaction, shiftrepparttar 122137 concept you are holding to one of relaxed calm and friendliness that fillsrepparttar 122138 entire field, make sure you definerepparttar 122139 idea that it will effect those around you and not yourself, unless you want it to do that as well. This should take around ten to fifteen minutes.

*The next step is to makerepparttar 122140 field self-sustaining. Holdrepparttar 122141 concept ofrepparttar 122142 field as you have generated it. Then add torepparttar 122143 conceptrepparttar 122144 idea that each part ofrepparttar 122145 field will tell every other part to continue to function at full strength at all times. Hold this whole, organized field for at least five minutes.

This will give you around a week of very solid coverage. If you wish you can arrangerepparttar 122146 structure to reflect any emotion or mental state you can think of. It is best to keeprepparttar 122147 idea simple to start with, a basic field that does what you want is much better than a complex field that has “strange” consequences. Here are some variations you could use just by replacingrepparttar 122148 central idea you use.

1. Aversion. Holdrepparttar 122149 idea that anyone who would do harm to others will simply not wish to stay around you. I have used this to very good effect in some very dangerous situations.

2. Confusion. Replacerepparttar 122150 central idea to one of dangerous people having a difficult time in thinking. You have to be very careful that you are targeting only harmful people and thatrepparttar 122151 field strength is very high and tightly focused!. An enraged person that is a little befuddled can still hurt you. In fact they, are likely to. You have to make sure that they cannot even think about hurting anyone without being distracted and confused. Doublerepparttar 122152 overall time spent on this one if you are going to use it.

Why Most People Don't Really Want to Heal (Part 1)

Written by Kevin B. Burk

I recently attended a metaphysical lecture facilitated by Guy Williams, a friend of mine who also happens to be a minister of Religious Science. Afterrepparttar lecture, Guy opened repparttar 122123 floor for prayer requests, and one ofrepparttar 122124 attendees asked for healing for a family member who was experiencing a significant health crisis.

Inrepparttar 122125 course ofrepparttar 122126 discussion, Guy asked ifrepparttar 122127 attendee was certain that her family member actually wanted to heal, observing, "Most people don't really want to heal. Most people just want to stop hurting."

Once again, an off-hand comment by Guy Williams completely rearrangedrepparttar 122128 furniture in my head. (If you'd like to see repparttar 122129 results of some of Guy's other off-hand comments, check out The Relationship Handbook: How to Understand and Improve Every Relationship in Your Life. The sections on forgiveness and anger are both inspired by Guy's wisdom).

Most people don't want to heal. Most people just want to stop hurting.

Most of us want to wave a magic wand and makerepparttar 122130 pain go away. Most of us focus on treatingrepparttar 122131 symptoms: we'll take pills, injections, or have surgery. We claim that we want to heal, but we rarely choose to heal. We remain motivated as long as we're in pain, and once that pain has become bearable or manageable, we choose to return to our normal lives.

This is not healing.

For most of us, healing is a big, scary, and uncomfortable prospect. Healing requires that we do two very simple, yet incredibly unappealing tasks. First, we must accept that we are responsible for creating our own illness: Our thoughts, beliefs, choices and actions are directly responsible for repparttar 122132 imbalance and dis-ease we are experiencing in our physical bodies. Second, we must be willing to change our lives and eliminaterepparttar 122133 thoughts, beliefs, choices and actions that created and supportedrepparttar 122134 imbalance and dis-ease, replacing them with new choices that support balance and health.

The process of healing really is very simple, and if we break it down into small, manageable steps, followingrepparttar 122135 process can also become easy as well. As with most challenges we encounter during our human experience, healing requires that we first become familiar with and learn how to master our egos.

THE CARE AND FEEDING OF THE EGO Let's begin by remembering who we truly are. We are each whole and complete, eternal, multi-dimensional beings, individualized aspects of All That Is. We are also each currently having a human experience, inrepparttar 122136 third dimension of matter and form, onrepparttar 122137 planet Earth.

When we begin our human experiences, we're given a very useful tool to help us to interact withrepparttar 122138 third dimension: repparttar 122139 ego. The ego is entirely a third-dimensional construct. In a sense, we put on an "ego suit" so that we can experience and explorerepparttar 122140 third dimension from a unique and specific point of view. The ego helps us to pretend that we are individuals; more specifically,repparttar 122141 ego helps us to pretend that we're not, in fact, connected to each other as a part of All That Is. Ultimately, our egos are designed to help us to remember where we left our car keys, and not much else.

The problem is that our egos don't know this.

Our ego believes that its job is to protect us from what it perceives to be a very cruel and dangerous universe. Since repparttar 122142 ego was created to help us maintainrepparttar 122143 illusion of separation fromrepparttar 122144 Source, separation is all thatrepparttar 122145 ego knows. The ego feels lost, isolated and alone. In an attempt to protect us fromrepparttar 122146 pain ofrepparttar 122147 world,repparttar 122148 ego increases our sense of separation. Of course,repparttar 122149 greaterrepparttar 122150 separation,repparttar 122151 more pain. The morerepparttar 122152 ego tries to protect us fromrepparttar 122153 pain of separation,repparttar 122154 more pain it causes.

The ego's single greatest fear is death. Everythingrepparttar 122155 ego does, it does to try to prevent itself from being destroyed. The ego _can_ be destroyed-it's a product ofrepparttar 122156 third dimension, and therefore it's fragile and finite. _We_, on repparttar 122157 other hand, are eternal, multi-dimensional beings who can never die or be destroyed because we are a part of All That Is. We get into trouble when we start to identify with our egos and forget our true natures. When we start to believe that we are our egos, we seerepparttar 122158 world from our ego's point of view and experience fear and pain.

All fear comes fromrepparttar 122159 ego. All fear, in fact, is directly related torepparttar 122160 ego's fear of being destroyed. Fear can only exist when we believe that we are separated fromrepparttar 122161 Source. The more we believerepparttar 122162 ego,repparttar 122163 more we believe we are separate fromrepparttar 122164 Source, andrepparttar 122165 more we experience fear.

Only two states of being exist: fear and love. We experience fear when we listen torepparttar 122166 ego and buy intorepparttar 122167 idea that we're separate fromrepparttar 122168 universe. We experience love when we rememberrepparttar 122169 truth that we are whole and complete. It's not possible to experience both states of being atrepparttar 122170 same time, although most of us are masters at switching between them almost instantly.

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