Jan 01, 1996 02:04 AM
by MK Ramadoss
At 015100 PM 1/1/96 -0500 you wrote:
>>> There should be some way to protect yourself from your mother or anybody
>>>else who can sap your energy. I recall that an individual can build a shell
>>>which protects in such cases. Such draw of energy is one kind of vampirism.
>>Vampirism is exactly what one psychic called it. I'd like to hear more from
>>anyone about building a shell. I sure could use one considering that I'm so
>>sensitive to energies.
>>Ann E. Bermingham
>I believe one way to do it is to imagine a cocoon of light around oneself
>with the intention of using it as a screen. I find being aware of the
>possibility of being vampirised and having strong intentions in the mind to
>not allow that to happen can be sufficient to minimise the energy draw-off.
>I also think that shields work both ways and I try not to enclose myself as
>it accentuates 'separateness' which is not what theosophy is about. I would
>rather avoid vampires if I can and if I can't then I strenghten my resolve
>not to let them sap me and strong thoughts like that communicates to the
>vampire and they actually back off as if they had read my mind. Most of
>don't realise just how we can affect our life with thought. I see magic as
>using the thought world to manifest in the material world which then makes
>magic actually something we all do the same as miracles are only so because
>we do not understand the law of nature that caused it.
>Being sensitive to energies is rather useful as it makes one more aware of
>what is going on around the place and learning to read the energies makes it
>possible to manipulate them. Once again magic.
>Just a few thoughts on the subject. Hope they are magical useful to you.
>Member Theosophy International
Your msg reflects something I read in an old TS publication. Will excerpt
and post it here as soon as I find time. Your approach should work.
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