posted on Jun, 14 2010 @ 10:10 AM
On the subject of psychic vampirism, I see two indistinct uses of the word energy.
For if i can suggest a point of differentiation: Foremost you have the bodily energy, which is still an energy form separate from a physical capacity,
but is what keeps the immortal soul, per se, from dying. i.e. it is the energy sustaining your life force. The "other" energy is not so much linked
to your body, but more external. This is where, the best i can describe it, is where you are able to harness psychic abilities, either sub-conciously
or otherwise. These abilities, may range from something as seemingly simple as luck (yes, luck) to full blown telekinesis.
The bodily energy, is the eternal life force of everything, it flows through us, and is based on a shared system, essentially it is what binds us to
mortality. The external energy, is dependant on many factors pertaining to the individual on how it may manifest. The vulnerability for psychic
vampirism is on the external energies only, unless one could theorise further and suggest that the vampire has the capability to rip a soul from the
fabric of the universe and consume it...jk
From what i was told from an energy sucker i have met, is that they focused on the energy of the victim, and through a series of what was described as
"manipulations" the vampire (awful word, no?) believed to have the sensation of lift, but one unfamiliar to their own. The victim, concious to what
had happened described the sensation of being clothed in armour, but below the skin. In the grand arena of psychics-do-battle, neither subject would
have registered as a bantam weight, needless to say the fact that i could talk to them both freely about the experience has given at least some
insight into which i can theorise from.
To protect oneself, i have been told, is more than just thinking that "yeah, i'm safe because i know about it", you have to be safe in the fact
that you know what you know.
I do apologise that my writing is less than clear, it makes sense to me, but i have the benefit of having a scetch pad to illustrate what i see. Erm.
Peace, i'm open for criticism, not cynicism.