Are You Psychically Protected?

Learning to psychically protect ourselves is easy in principle because it consists of simple visualization exercises that need to be done every day.

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Have you ever felt at the mercy of overbearing and aggressive people? Have you been in a situation where others manipulate you to get their way without consideration for your needs? Or do you even feel the presence of ‘dark forces’ that threaten your safety and happiness? If your answer is yes, you need more psychic protection.

Learning to psychically protect ourselves is easy in principle because it consists of simple visualization exercises that need to be done every day. The difficult part is believing that it can work and then to do the necessary mental work. When I was younger I never believed that simple visualization exercises could protect me and I did not see the necessity either. Instead I naively trusted that people are nice and that nobody would wish me any harm. Sadly, life taught me otherwise and I particularly found that envy is an extremely destructive emotion that can have very negative effects on everyone who finds themselves at the mercy of it.

I remember working in a work team 20 years ago with quite a few unhappy and aggressive people. One colleague in particular used to make mean and even hateful remarks towards me whenever she saw an opportunity. It was then that I saw the necessity for psychic protection for the first time and started to experiment by visualizing a rubber ball around myself that would bounce the spiteful remarks of my colleagues back to her. The results were nothing less than impressive. One day, when my colleague launched into one of her tirades against me I simply saw the rubber ball around me – and lo and behold – my colleague stopped literally mid-sentence, picked up a newspaper and started to read. Needless to say – I was very pleased. As time went on my colleague stopped talking to me altogether and we rubbed along rather uncomfortably, but at least I was not attacked any more.

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I have since learnt that bouncing back negativity to people is unwise as there is a small aggressive impulse on my side that will aggravate the situation. Instead, I recommend to visualize yourself in a bubble of love with extremely strong boundaries made of plexi glass and to put your adversary in a similar bubble as well. People who attack us are really unhappy; they would not do this if they were contented with their lives. So, visualizing them in a bubble of love serves three purposes: firstly, it keeps them safely away from us; secondly, it heals the negativity in our relationship that led to their attacks in the first place and thirdly it helps to make our adversary into a happier and therefore nicer person.

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