Originally posted by neotech1neothink
Originally posted by RightInTwo
Originally posted by Ben81
burn this cursed board asap
Really? In my understanding you're suppose to throw the board into a river, or creek. Demonologists will usually say that burning it releases a
WELL DONE! Was just about to post stating this. I second your ABOVE very wise advice. Sea or River but NOT burn!
Jokes aside, it seems as if you did happen upon one of the many anomalies in this wild random world.
I would suggest that you surround yourself with things that give off a positive vibe or gives you positive feelings. Anything that makes you happy and
brings joy should surround you. The positive energy will help strengthen you and your mind.
Many people seem to think humans are just an advance form of mammals. Well, we are lol, but we're also so much more then that and its the power of
the mind that separates us from most other species living on this planet. We're essentially giant batteries, with a positive and negative side. Our
emotions, feelings, actions, etc pave way for the type of energy we are broadcasting. And there are things in this world that seems to feed off these
The thing you seem to be dealing with is feeding off all the negative energy your letting out. Fear, doubt, and such seem to fuel it. From the story
you told, it seemed to get stronger and it started making appearances as your story went on. And from your story, it doesn't seem like a lot of
positive stuff was being projected from your family, but instead it was fear and anger. I'm sorry to hear that your marriage ended but from what I
was able to get from it, it seems after your marriage ended and you moved on, the entity became weaker. Whether this still holds true or not, all I
can say is if you continue to project negative energy, it's going to get stronger again.
While I have not had the exact experiences as you had, I have had some of my own that use to keep me up thinking about "WTF just happened?!?"
In my experiences, I would be asleep and wake up to find out that I could not more or speak, and out of the corner of my eye I would see shadows or
feel a presence that would sometimes give me goosebumps. Each experience was slightly different, but there were those that scared the living crap out
of me. Sometimes while in the paralyzed state, it would feel as if something got on my chest and would be choking me, but only enough to scare the
hell out of me. These occurred mainly when I would be by myself sleeping, but on occasion it would happen when others were there as well. Nothing
worse then not being able to move or speak and seeing something move out of the corners of your eye. And I was just like you, researching the occult
and such (high school is when it mainly happened), it wasn't until a few years back when I was able to overcome it. It was not easy but I have not
had an experience since being able to overcome the fear that bound me.
I surrounded myself with stuff that made me happy and I started telling myself that I was stronger then anything out there. My belief in myself gave
me the strength not to be afraid and as the fear started going away I noticed I was able to be in more control over the experience as they occurred,
until one day I was just able to move my body and in my mind I started chasing the beasts. I started taking control of my thoughts and actions and was
able to make myself move if I ever woke in the paralyzed state. And when I sensed a presence, I was not afraid anymore but curious (the type little
kids do when they have no fear and want to catch something) and that's what I did, i lost emotions dealing with fear and just chased the things with
my thoughts, I imagined myself chasing it and I did not care if it hurt me or anything (I made up my mind that death is only the beginning to another
journey) and whatever happened happen, but I would not be afraid.
This didn't happen overnight, it took a while to build up the courage to get to that point, but the way I got to it was by being positive in every
aspect of my life. Being nice to others, not yelling or starting troubles, reading religious books, and surrounding myself with things that reminded
me of happy moments in life. All these eventually gave me the strength to discipline my mind, that I was able to overcome my fear.
I hope some of what I wrote helps. I'm pretty sure what we both encountered might be different but that doesn't mean "it" cannot be put in
checkmate. Be strong and don't be afraid. Use the power of your mind to protect you. Don't dwell on the bad, but think of good stuff whenever you
get that feeling of fear. Joy and happiness can be very powerful tools.