During this last week I have found myself a victim of a psychic attack. I’ve had nightmares, migraines, nausea, intrusive thoughts, and lots of things have gone wrong quite suddenly.
So how do I know that’s what is happening? Could it be that I’m simply experiencing life or perhaps I’m suffering from mental health problems? This year has unquestionably been a tough one and the stress levels are high so that would make some sense. There are several clues that its not that though. The first one is the sudden onset, the second is that I have recently been involved in a situation that stopped someone’s behaviour from causing damage to others and the third is that it was sudden onset. It’s not always that definitive though, and not everyone has the knowledge and experience that I have about these things, so I decided to make it the subject of my musings this week in the hope that it will help someone else.
There are two kinds of psychic attack – unintentional and intentional. Unintentional attacks come from people who harbour negative feelings towards someone for whatever reason. They might be jealous, angry or hateful for example. Those emotions will be intense and they will likely brood on them, sending those thoughts out to the person or people they believe to be at the centre of the issue. They won’t be intentionally sending those thoughts out to the person or people at the centre of those emotions but nonetheless the effects will reach them and may well cause problems for them. It is unlikely that this person or group of people will connect their symptoms with the person who is sending out the emotions/thoughts their way.
Intentional attacks are malicious in that they intend to hurt the person or group of people in some way. The basis is still the same, but the process will be much more structured with energy raised to put into the working and being directed with tools of some kind. The strength of it will depend on the person doing the process.
Both can leave the person or group with any of the symptoms listed here:
- Sudden mood changes
- Severe and sudden drainage of energy
- Things go wrong around them and within their lives
- Nausea and dizziness
- Negative thoughts that are not your own
- Hypnotic sensations
What else to do though?
There are a number of things you can do to counter an attack and stop it having horrid effects on you including:
- Take a salt bath. Salt is a dissolver of negative energies and water is a cleanser in more than one way
- Visit a healer who has specific techniques and tools to disconnect your energetic bodies from the attack
- Cleanse your home and other spaces and place protection around them
- Meditation, especially ones that involve imagery of protection and cutting ties with those who cause you problems
- Look after yourself with as good a diet as you can achieve, regular exercise within your limits and spending time in or with nature
- Involve yourself in activities that bring you joy
- Wear symbols of and practise your faith if you have one
- Spend time with people who lift you up and bring joy to your life
- Use prayer, mantra or affirmations to counter thought patterns
- Imagine yourself in a protective bubble surrounded by mirrors that will deflect energy back to the person sending it
- Play music that you enjoy and lifts your spirits, or use a singing bowl or tuning forks to cleanse your energetic bodies
It turns out once I had renewed the protection on my home and cleansed myself the attack on me has ceased to have an effect. I’m glad to say I am back to my normal energetic self who sleeps well and the things that had gone wrong have righted themselves. I really hope the person who instigated the attack manages to process what they’re feeling and get themselves right soon.