Friday, 25 April 2014
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Hello everyone,

I left gnosis about 10 years ago because I had a huge problem with conjurations. I was attacked frequently and came to rely on them, but I never understood the mechanism or the implications of using them on these other entities.

The first problem I had was no means of identifying the other party. Was it a projection of my subconscious or somebody I had a difference of opinion with carrying things over into the astral? Was I putting energy into a series of battles that shouldn't be fought?

The second problem was not understanding where the words received their power. Why these specific words? How are these words crafted? By using the words, will I be indebted to the being that created them? How can I be sure that I'm not sacrificing my freedom for the sake of security?

It become so habitual for me that I would get in a ready stance as soon as I was out of body, so I decided to swear them off all together. My body would go for it and I would yell "NO!", forcefully pulling my hands back to my side, even if I was under attack.

On one occasion, I was floating in the darkness and suddenly started singing Bellilin. I caught myself and remained silent, attempting to remain peaceful even though I was terrified. Suddenly I zoomed up into some kind of heaven and a cherub greeted me excitedly, telling me that I had "passed the test".

My intuition told me that this was a projection from an orthodox christian guy I knew in person, although I don't know if that sort of thing is possible. I assumed it was, but then I didn't understand the mechanism behind that either, so I started having too many doubts about the experiences I was having. I didn't want to fall into an illusion, so I decided to stop participating altogether.

I prayed for the first time in a very long time today. I just asked for these things to be clarified, as there's no way I can proceed if I suspect I'm hurting somebody or if I'm being tricked into a cosmic ponzi scheme. Can anybody out there shed some light on these issues for me?

Thanks!
8 years ago
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#6786
Accepted Answer
Cognizance of whether an entity is positive or negative arrives through developing intuition and by learning to conjure in the moment of encounter. This is why it is not only important to memorize the prayers for defense, but to comprehend their meaning. Otherwise, the prayers remain obscure liturgy for some unknown and impractical purpose. We have a course dedicated to this subject: Defense for Spiritual Warfare. Study the lectures of this course to go deep into the meanings behind the prayers.

Meditation will strengthen intuition, especially the mantra Om Masi Padme Hum, so that you may learn to apprehend what kind of being is in front of you within a given instant in the astral or mental planes. Meditation is the best defense against negative entities, especially within our own mind!

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

8 years ago
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#6786
Accepted Answer
Cognizance of whether an entity is positive or negative arrives through developing intuition and by learning to conjure in the moment of encounter. This is why it is not only important to memorize the prayers for defense, but to comprehend their meaning. Otherwise, the prayers remain obscure liturgy for some unknown and impractical purpose. We have a course dedicated to this subject: Defense for Spiritual Warfare. Study the lectures of this course to go deep into the meanings behind the prayers.

Meditation will strengthen intuition, especially the mantra Om Masi Padme Hum, so that you may learn to apprehend what kind of being is in front of you within a given instant in the astral or mental planes. Meditation is the best defense against negative entities, especially within our own mind!

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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