Demons, Negative Entity Attachments & Other Baddies
Aoday I’d like to directly approach a subject that is, yes, another one of my soapbox topics. 🙂 That would be all the creepy crawlies I mentioned in my list of things to tell to fuck off – negative entity attachments and demons and other big bads being two of them.
I think that what people believe in, they give power to. All experiences are neutral until we place our own judgement upon them.
I have said many many times that I have never met a single person who believed they had a negative entity attachment who didn’t have serious emotional trauma resultant from abuse, alcoholism, shame, or some other consistently repressed negative emotion.
So that begs the question – is it really some other entity or is it their own negative energy manifesting itself? Of course no one wants to claim that energy. It’s shit they’ve been repressing for years. The shadow self.
It’s much more convenient to say, “I’m doing these things because something is making me,” than to own up and accept the ugliest parts of ourselves.
Are all of these incidents manifestations of someone’s internal energy or are there really other entities out there that come along and attach the energy that we’re putting out via law of attraction?
My question to you is, does it matter ?
If everyone is “one” – if we are each a part of the whole, then I am you and you are me – there is no “self”… the self is illusory. What is a negative spirit other than an aspect of yourself?
Whether it’s your energy or some “other” energy, it’s a part of you no matter which way you look at it. It could be the spirit of another “person” or something literally manifested from your own localized energy. Either way, both are still a part of you.
Whether you choose to differentiate between the two, see them both as a part of yourself, or see them as separate entities is really up to you.
But when people choose to look at them as separate entities, they tend to also believe that because it is separate, it is not a part of them, and thus they have no control or hand in the experience. They see it as a force acting upon them against their will. Which is giving their power away through that belief and saying “I have no control over this,” or even worse, “I’m not responsible for it.”
The only way to truly heal oneself is through love and acceptance of self – and that includes all aspects of the self, even the scary ones.
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