Sunday, 28 February 2021
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Greetings.

I have a brother in law who i have known for the last five years and has gradually become more aggressive and mentally/emotionally unstable to the point where he is unbearable to be around.

To keep it short, he is functioning addict (cocaine and cannabis) and has been a partner to my sister for nine years.

During my relationship with him I have noticed that there is a deep rage emanating from within and dominating his being, pushing him to isolate himself and bury himself in all negative thoughts to the point where he has entertained suicide and continuously talk about war fighting and killing.

I know all of these behaviors can be attributed to his abuse of drugs but there are a few things that have made my partner, sister and I think there is also something more.

My sister herself has experienced trauma during her childhood and her strength has kept her on a good path but throughout their relationship, he has psychologically abused her and neglected her thus trying to pull her down. This has contributed massively to my sister becoming energetically imbalanced and as a result she has had some health problems. He disturbs her sleep, never tells her his plans, tries to control her visiting her family and doesn't bear his weight in terms of a couples relationship.

Her interpretation of the bible has kept her in the relationship as she believes its her godly duty to help him find his way, I don't disagree that she shouldn't but he has rejected her help coming up to a decade now and not shown her the same care.

We feel that there is something feeding off his negative energy. I'm nearly half his age and in my time working with him, he has tried to influence me psychologically so that i too fall, little words here and there to try and separate me from my partner and allow vices into my life. There is a dark air about him that i can feel and there is a little good still in him which i can see fading.

My sister feels this same darkness around him and we feel that it may be feeding off her. I am aware there are jins/demons that latch onto people in order to feed off them and can influence their behavior so that they generate the same negative emotions thus keeping the food supply.

Sorry for to bother you with this drama but i really need some spiritual advice on what we can do. Rehab would seem the obvious answer but he wont go and denies that he is an addict also as i said he is extremely aggressive. He rejects religion and anything out of the 5 senses.
Words cant explain enough that there is something attached to him and now i'm worried it will attach to my sister.

Thank you for your time.
1 year ago
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#24764
Accepted Answer
While it is unpleasant to see our loved ones suffering, we also have to remember:
To use the forces of the mind in order to subjugate others, in order to enslave them, in order to force them, is violence, and any violent act is black magic.

Each to his own. Nobody has the right to intrude into the private affairs of other people; it is absurd to want to dominate others.

When will people learn to respect the free will of others? Do you believe perhaps that one can force somebody—to force him with impunity—to love other people, just by our whim? It is necessary for you to know that these types of actions of black magic are chastised with very severe punishments. The angels of destiny are not willing to forgive these types of crimes. Therefore, if you continue on that path you will receive your punishment.

In this world there are many people who dedicate themselves to witchcraft, to sorcery, to black magic. Thousands of sorcerers live on that filthy business, thus, it is clear that such people do not progress because black magic brings misery, hunger, nakedness, supreme pain. —Samael Aun Weor, Beyond Death: The Law of Freewill
It is also important what relationships we choose to allow into our lives.
If someone brings us positive emotions of light, beauty, harmony, love, and perfection, then let us open our heart to them. But if someone brings us negative emotions of hate, violence, jealousy, drugs, alcohol, fornication, and adultery, why should we open the doors of our heart to them? Let us close them. Close the doors to all negative emotions. —Samael Aun Weor
Persuasion and conscious love are much more compelling forces than coercion. However, if someone is physically aggressive, then one has no resort but to call the police.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

1 year ago
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#24390
"It is well known that after the orgasm, the phallus continues with certain peristaltic movements conducive to receiving vital energies from the feminine uterus in an attempt to replace its wasted creative principles." - Samael Aun Weor

Since the woman’s body is a passive and receptive element, it is clear that she collects and stores more results of the sexual act with her husband. So, both absorb their egoic atomic substances placed in the chromosomes of their sexual fluids, which carry the genetic information in the form of genes. Thus, through the sexual act both absorb the genetic atomic essences of everything that they think, feel, eat, smoke and drug themselves with and psychologically possess themselves with them.

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

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1 year ago
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#24733
The couple do not interact sexually, I was looking for practical advice it is detrimental and the situation is only escalating with time.
1 year ago
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#24764
Accepted Answer
While it is unpleasant to see our loved ones suffering, we also have to remember:
To use the forces of the mind in order to subjugate others, in order to enslave them, in order to force them, is violence, and any violent act is black magic.

Each to his own. Nobody has the right to intrude into the private affairs of other people; it is absurd to want to dominate others.

When will people learn to respect the free will of others? Do you believe perhaps that one can force somebody—to force him with impunity—to love other people, just by our whim? It is necessary for you to know that these types of actions of black magic are chastised with very severe punishments. The angels of destiny are not willing to forgive these types of crimes. Therefore, if you continue on that path you will receive your punishment.

In this world there are many people who dedicate themselves to witchcraft, to sorcery, to black magic. Thousands of sorcerers live on that filthy business, thus, it is clear that such people do not progress because black magic brings misery, hunger, nakedness, supreme pain. —Samael Aun Weor, Beyond Death: The Law of Freewill
It is also important what relationships we choose to allow into our lives.
If someone brings us positive emotions of light, beauty, harmony, love, and perfection, then let us open our heart to them. But if someone brings us negative emotions of hate, violence, jealousy, drugs, alcohol, fornication, and adultery, why should we open the doors of our heart to them? Let us close them. Close the doors to all negative emotions. —Samael Aun Weor
Persuasion and conscious love are much more compelling forces than coercion. However, if someone is physically aggressive, then one has no resort but to call the police.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

T selected the reply #24764 as the answer for this post — 1 year ago
1 year ago
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#24774
Thank you Almustafa, this was helpful Wa-Alaikum-Salaam !
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