a reply to: starwarsisreal
That's nice, but Star Wars isn't real. And demons are called angels of light. What you're saying is basically made-up malarkey. You're free to believe
whatever you want, but if you can't see how silly what you're saying sounds, then I worry for you.
Like soulpowertothendegree said--everyone has gifts. I bet you had gifts before this started happening to you. That's the thing about gifts, to you
they might seem totally normal. Like me being able to see energy--I thought everyone saw it.
Anyway, the power you "have" is precognition. That's also a sign of demonic oppression. Might want to look into that. I think you're messing with
things you shouldn't mess with. You don't have solid grounding--you became uprooted after leaving your faith (which you must not have had much of--and
I hope that changes for you)--and then you found other "stuff" to believe in. But your new stuff isn't really valid. If you want to live in a fantasy
world, then be my guest, but hiding from reality isn't going to do anything good for you. I hope you get it together.
You know where Wisdom comes from? Love. It comes from God. Ever hear of Solomon? If you had wisdom, then you wouldn't have asked this question in the
first place. So, I think your Sophia person and your light-side Force power is pretty nerfed, just saying.
And why Star Wars? It isn't even a good story. How about some Gandalf power--now that would be pretty sweet. Maybe you should pray to Gandalf instead.
See how silly it sounds? Basically, Star Wars is a science fiction/fantasy book--just like Ron L. Hubbard's (also stupid) stories. Fantasy. They're
not based in reality. Good versus evil is the theme of Star Wars. But Star Wars didn't even do that right: light doesn't mean good. It means light.
Like lightsaber. Get it? That's all it means. It's a THEME. Having integrity and fighting for what you believe in. That's a good thing to do, but
it's not something you get power from or pray to. Star Wars doesn't exist. It is probably one of the most-idiotic stories I have ever read. It has
plotholes everywhere and the physics make no sense at all. It's contrived. Star Wars is over-hyped nonsensical b.s. that isn't even good or
groundbreaking. Go read Robert Jordan if you want a story that's ACTUALLY good. But they're just stories. They have themes that are real because they
were written by people. They do not tell a true story because their genre is FICTION. I have a friend who likes Star Wars. But even she doesn't
believe that it exists. She likes the themes of the "religion" that it has, but thinks it's all b.s.--even though she seriously loves Star Wars. She's
also always been an atheist. She doesn't think that the Force gives her anything--because that would be delusional
I'm sorry I sound like I'm being harsh, but I am not going to beat around the bush.
Here's a rule of thumb: if it confuses you it isn't good. You don't get powers randomly after having a dream. So if you did, then I think something is
messing with you spiritually. Either that or you're going crazy. What you talked about is also a symptom of psychosis.
You have two choices: spiritual oppression or insanity. Pick one.
--Personally, I think it's choice numero uno: oppression.
You know, perhaps it could also be medical. Maybe you have a brain tumor or something. If this persists, I'd get that checked out first just to make
sure it isn't something seriously physically wrong with you. But the likelihood of that is fairly low, fortunately. Unfortunately, it still means
there's a problem.
edit on 31-10-2015 by rukia because: (no reason given)