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Was It An Entity, Or Is Something Wrong With Me?

 

I'm brand new to this site; I have several stories and don't know where to start! I guess the first experience that I would like some feedback on is the stuff that's really scared me.

About a year ago, I went through a period of time in which I was having nightmares almost every night, for maybe a week or two. The nature of these nightmares was always violent, and frequently ended in my death, which was almost always the same: I was stabbed with a medium-length blade in the left of my stomach, above the hip.

I also began having nightmares that I was being fed upon. Something would pin me down and basically eat my essence, if that makes sense. I felt like parts of myself were being sucked out through my chest. I experienced this in a half-awake state as well. I woke up once, after much tossing and turning, to find my upper body flailing up, like there was a string pulling straight at my heart. My spine sort of rolled, and my arms and head went back. I think my legs stayed in place. I fell back down and it didn't happen again.

Around this same time, one particular night, my dogs (I used to have two) woke me up at around 2:30, both wanting to go outside. I grudgingly got up, let them outside, and went back to bed. My bedroom floor at this time was covered in clothes, due to my being extremely messy. After lying in bed for a few moments, I heard the distinctive noise of footsteps on cloth. I wanted to hide under my covers, but I had heard that negative spirits expect you to lie down and take whatever they're dealing, so instead, I jumped out of bed and firmly said, "NO. This is NOT happening!". I went downstairs, brought my dogs back in, returned to my room, turned out the light, and returned to bed. Again, I looked around the room and said, "NO". I was not bothered again that night.

I haven't had an experience like this in around a year.

I still have weird senses right before I go to sleep, if I'm alone. Recently, however, my boyfriend and I have been spending pretty much every night together, and I feel much safer. I haven't had an experience like last year in quite some time, but I do have a legitimate problem with anxiety now. My mind is constantly buzzing with thoughts. Often these thoughts are very discouraging, and I can sometimes recognize thoughts that are just flat out not mine. I am a pacifistic, open-minded, loving person; but sometimes thoughts pop into my head that say terrible things: Comments of a violent or racist nature. I can be around my best friend, and I'll start thinking things like "You dirty little b****, I'll f****** kill you". It's terrible. It's not me.

Can anyone offer advice on this problem, please? Part of me is afraid that maybe I'm like... A bad person, and just can't admit it to myself. Thoughts?

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ashd9 (44 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-20)
Archangel Michael is pretty great. I prefer the prayer of Michael and the medal of Saint Benedict. That's what I would reccomend. Either one is good to have though:)
sun_smile (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-20)
Gosh, what a good skill to have! I'll try to work on something like that. I was thinking of getting an Archangel Michael medal.
ashd9 (44 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
No not all the time. That would be difficult to maintain like you said. I have my Dad's protection with me so I don't need to do as much work. I carry a Saint Benedict medal in my pocket too. I mainly put my bubble up when something is close to me. I can feel their emotions and know what they are thinking instantly so I know their intentions and judge my bubble on that:)
sun_smile (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
You have this bubble up all the time? How do you maintain it? I don't think anything has a hold on me. I think something might be trying to mess with me, is all. At least, that's what I have to tell myself. I have no intention of letting anything have me once I'm dead. Or any other time, for that matter.
ashd9 (44 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
That depends on the shadow being. The one that is feeding you thoughts, especially if it follows you around, it doesn't want to do anything nice. They are here to lead us off our paths and make the world an unhappy place.

I hear that certain demons attatch themselves to people in hopes that when that person dies, they will have right to the soul and be able to torture the person or whatever they like. I hope I didn't scare you with that. The unpleasant truths of demons.

What they want do to us now, I never find out. My bubble doesn't allow them to get close enough to me. Usualy I get some angry spirits that just want to hurt me phisically. Demons usually want to hurt me with emotional torment and I'm sure a good shove down the stairs if I would release my bubble.

But that won't be happening anytime:)
sun_smile (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
:) I like that childlike insult idea! I think I could do well with that. Laughter is a wonderful tool. So... If this is a "shadow being", what would one want with me?
ashd9 (44 posts)
+1
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
Hey you're welcome, I'm glad I could help you a little bit:) It's hard to be calm sometimes, it takes practice. Here is a trick to help you out. I'm not sure if you'll like it haha. Try something along the lines of calling them a poop face or some little childish things. Use words that will make you giggle on the inside. It will help you get the upper hand and some confidence for the moment and to snap your brain to a better emotion. Even tiny things like that will make you feel better:)
Shaolin (1 stories) (212 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
Law of attraction, like breeds like. You're not a bad person, but who doesn't have a little evil in us, even if it's just a thought we'd never make real. I'm not saying you think about killing people, but any negative thought can breed another if youre being messed with. I suspect its a fairly strong shadow being for a reason that really stands out, the fact that it's not around as much when it senses positive emotions. Demons don't leave when there's positive emotions, they just try harder to bring you into negativity. Now demons and angels are just spirits classified by what they do, angels breed good, demons breed evil. Good and evil as I mean it are creative or destructive, helpful or harmful. Good brings healthy bodies, souls, munds, even fabrics of the universe, uncorrupted existence, evil works to undo that. Lock and key.
sun_smile (1 stories) (12 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
Thanks for the advice! I'll keep all of that in mind and try to be firm. Staying calm is the part that's hardest for me; when I feel threatened I get very scared. I've even had full-fledged panic attacks before. But I'll work on that. Thank you again!
ashd9 (44 posts)
+2
11 years ago (2011-01-19)
Well let's see... When I am especially tired is when I get these visitors in my dreams. They come when we have our guard down and are too sleepy. Also they come to test us. They enjoy coming at the hour of 3am for me. That is not the best time if you know what I mean. So 2:30 isn't as bad maybe. It's best when you confront them as soon as you know they are there. It tells them that they aren't allowed to visit during sleeping hours, or not at all, whichever. Depending on what is visiting me, they will pop into my dreams and show themselves hurting those around me. I become aware that they are near me and wake up to see them stare at me or sitting outside the doorway. So I give them the stare down haha sounds silly but they leave. Or I just say something like, "There better not be anyone in here you know you're not welcome." Sounds harsh but they aren't there for any good reasons, for me anyway. So for you I'd say you might have a little attachment. For that you should openly address the problem as soon as you get the thoughts that aren't your own, out loud so it can hear you. Don't' let it bring you negative emotions when this happens, be stern and calm, push peace and love if you can:) good luck
kevinsonicwhat (2 stories) (50 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-01-18)
Something may have possessed you, or I could be wrong. Try to be more positive, and try to avoid negative things

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