posted on Jun, 22 2004 @ 06:57 PM
Although I don't agree with you running off to get drugs from a psychiatrist (which was a REALLY STUPID suggestion), I do think that you are
obsessing over this issue.
Let me give you a true story about a woman I knew...
She constantly kept getting "messages" in her head from a man that she was infatuated with. The man really didn't want anything to do with her and
she couldn't understand why the physical person and the messages were completely contradictory.
This, I explained to her, was the result of a manipulation from a Group Entity in the Spirit. Collectives of common spirits (who may come in the guise
of remote viewers, aliens, etc.) purposely look for people who they think they can manipulate in some way for their own selfish pleasure. The
affections that she had for the man was given to them and not to the man, which they also desired.
She followed my advice and the manipulative discarnate energy dissipated and left.
In a way, this is what is happening to you: you are being abused by a collective of common spirits, AKA a Group Entity.
Spirits can read minds all the time but a remote viewer being able to do so is another matter entirely. Like telepathy, remote viewing and mind
reading cannot be turned on all the time because the source of the ability is from Spirit, not from the brains of the respective psychic.
The Group Entity wants you to think that there is a group of remote viewers that can read your mind 24/7. That is part of the manipulation.
Hell, remote viewers haven't even been able to locate Osama bin Laden, how are they going to be able to read your mind 24/7?
Think about that. *L*
A Group Entity is attempting to manipulate you into thinking that you are a target for a cult. This is all a deception.
Further, they want you to believe that you need to do something about them, which only adds to the level of anxiety that you feel.
The Group Entity wants you to think that you are part of some grand conspiracy.
For greater peace, I recommend the following:
1. Ignore them. Make believe that they are insignificant. With time, you will find that they are indeed irrelevant to your life.
2. Pray for Guidance, Healing and Protection. Once you do this, let the whole issue go and think about other things.
3. Read a good book.
4. Watch an interesting documentary.
5. Start an exercise program (slowly at first depending upon what kind of shape you're in) like light Aerobics, Tae Bo, Yoga, etc.
6. Perform deep breathing exercises for relaxation.
7. Learn how to meditate for inner peace.
Distraction is a key ingredient in dealing with anxiety in all its forms. Exercise is additionally helpful because it makes your body release
endorphins to make you feel better about yourself.
8. If you are having trouble sleeping, do something that you enjoy for a while. When you feel tired, then rest on a couch or recliner with the
television on low volume (tuned to a pleasant program of some kind) instead of going to bed. Oftentimes it is easier to not be in one's bed in order
to relax. The reason: we feel that we should be able to sleep in our bed at night and when we cannot, it only compounds our anxiety about sleeping.
The answer: rest in another comfortable part of your home. Don't worry if you can't fall asleep; just strive to rest, that's all you need to do.
9. Wait it out. You will not fall to pieces before the morning sun rises. Trust me. Have faith for things to work out as they should.
10. It may feel like it is an incredible burden to endure for now, but just:
"Let Go & Let God."
"Time Brings Healing."