In my conversations with many clients and Lightworkers who have come to me for assistance, I am beginning to see a trend that is familiar to me, and that I thought was mine alone.
These clients and Lightworkers describe feeling effected by the darkness, by the shadow side of life. They can suffer mild depression to occasional severe depression; uncertainty; sense of being lost; confusion; anger; desire to be left alone; experience negative thought patterns; and a disruption in their confidence of their love for and from God. Many are confused by this and do not know what is happening. It seems to come and go, sometimes lasting longer than at other times. We eventually struggle through it and come back to the Light side of our lives.
This is what is known as a psychic attack. It comes from two sources. It can be someone meaning you harm and directing dark, negative thoughts at you or it can be the dark energy of the world, created by so much pain, anguish and dark thoughts that accumulates because it is not transmuted into love, that it then lashes out at the Light to try and transmute it to Darkness. If light energy can transmute dark energy into light energy before dispelling it into the universe thus creating more light energy, then why can’t dark energy transmute light energy to create more dark energy? It can, and those feelings that accompany a psychic attack are just that, an attempt by the dark energy to transmute the light energy.
But don’t despair (no pun intended), there is help for when you feel yourself being attacked by the dark forces (no not a Star Wars reference). Take the forefinger of your prominent hand and put it on your third eye while picturing that spot as a “delete” button. Push the delete button while saying “I refuse this feeling and all other input from the dark side, and I release its negativity from my mind into the scared, loving purity of the white light of the Universe/Holy Spirit”. You may feel silly doing this, but you will also feel a sense of regaining control over your mind and feelings at a time when you were feeling so out of control.
I learned a version of this exercise from my nephew. I have seen him many times look someone in the eye when they are saying something to him that he didn’t like, click/snap his fingers, say “delete” and then walk away. At first I thought it rather rude of him to do so, but you know what, he doesn’t carry all that negativity around with him, and those people, I have observed, think twice now before directing negativity toward him.
Try one of these methods and let me know how it goes. Please feel free to send me your experiences. They will be kept in confidence.