|Demon. Source: Pixabay|
Protecting People from the Harm of Demons, or from Themselves?
by Joodhe (Jude)
A few weeks ago on Facebook I put up a post; it issued a thank you to the people that had over time sent individuals to me, that were in need of help in extricating themselves from situations where they felt they were being attacked by demons. When the post was published, one of my Facebook friends posted a question, that read: "I read a quote somewhere and right now I cannot find it. Basically it said many people think they are invoking demons but most often what they call forth is a malevolent spirit that attaches itself to them. They didn't cast a circle or they played with magick without respect and it bit them. However, I find in my own studies and works, that demons don't mess with idiots unless they deliberately disrespect them."
Now what was not delved into within the FB thread I referred to, is that I do not fully agree with the concept that "most people call forth attachments," because I have not monitored how enough people do their magick, nor do I know the results that would occur if they would standardly do their magick without protection. Anyone writer would be presumptuous to make such a statement. I do however agree that demons react unfavorably when disrespected.
The truth is that though it is standardly recommended to use protection, the greatest protection in any instance including magick, is in what you allow yourself to believe. If you believe that you are protected and are dealing exclusively with the entities you wish to invoke, then that's what your experience will be. Period. Some question this, but this is how you create a shield servitor--by believing it's there. In a short time it will be empowered to protect you.
|Ethereal blue demoness. Source: Pixabay|
Anyway, back to the thought at hand, which is, to the comment posed my response was: "People commonly talk about 'facing one's demons.' And the term is apropos, because demons can show people how ignorant they are, and in that way are an invaluable tool. One lesson demons seem to be in a hurry to give people, is that if they are feared they will give the person in question good reason to fear them. That's why some of the attacks are so aggressive, because the person under attack lets their fear increase as the attack increases, and the whole thing keeps snowballing.
What they should do, is reach out to that demon and accept them in peace - just chill and accept. Then there is unlikely to be any further issue. This is unfortunately at times recognized after the individual has spent significant money elsewhere. I agree with you, that people who do not know proper magickal procedure should not be working in magick, more so when their vibration frequency is low, and anyone can hit a time when theirs is low, so yes, adequate protection is necessary." (Within this article it has previously been explained how I feel about protection in magick - to control the mind is all that's required; and this comment at first glance seems to contradict that. But it would be unwise for me to recommend anyone not use protection. We are the knowledge keepers, and the highest quality information must be given to those that do not know, and from there their path can be wrought. I truly believe it's all in the mind; but if there is doubt, bases must be covered.)
From this point on the conversation will be shown in the format it occurred in, as a Facebook conversational stream. There will be notes and remarks added in.
Them: Facing one's demons to me is a metaphor for facing my inner conflicts, the demons in my own head that hold the roots to the issues that cause me to fear and hold me back, like my religious upbringing. Not actual demons. Those I have met (demons) have been only willing to help once asked. They never forced themselves into my life and workings. Rather that they revealed they were available and waited for me to come to them. Infinite love and patience was shown as I took my time facing my fears and finding my way.
|Celestial demonic entity. Source: Pixabay|
Me: I like the parallel drawn. A real demon won't attack a person for absolutely no reason either. At the very least, if they have been sent to attack and the person on the receiving end fears demons, then that person's lesson becomes to learn not to fear demons. In learning not to fear demons the situation is dealt with accordingly, the attack ends.
Them: Food for thought...
So is it actual demons attacking or is it our fear manifesting demons through the projection of those fears?
If what we believe is what we bring forth are we not therefore creating our own 'demons'?
Me: ...what you have said reminds me, that there are some parallels between spirits and servitors. Servitors are created for a certain purpose, or when sentient, are created with a tendency towards having certain traits and abilities. Spirits are 'after-energies' of beings that once lived, and entities are living energy beings. It could be said that spirits are mutable, as are entities, immortals, and servitors. When I say they are mutable I mean that they are in ways affected by our thoughts. And while servitors are created, the others are not. If I give examples of how they may be affected by thought, this thread could go on forever, so I'll leave it at that.
Spirits are already in existence (so we don't create them), as are entities and immortals. But yes, demons react to fear, and as already discussed on another thread we know that right from spirits to immortals, energy beings will change how they appear according to what a person believes, and also the characteristics they have can change and their natures can change. So while we do not create them, we fuel them with our thoughts in certain ways. Some people as you know get very showy displays in the presence of faeries and/or angels, while others get nothing. Some consistently get attachments while others get none, and some get attacked by demons while the next person may be attacked on a low level or even perhaps not at all (when demons are sent to attack I mean).
Many work with demons and never ever have a problem with one, while another cannot control them at all or cannot work in harmony with them. This is because people manage these spirits by their thoughts and beliefs.
I drew the parallel between servitors and these other beings, because when a servitor is created, it is created entirely by the powers of the mind, from the ground up. Whereas the effect of the mind on other energy beings is added on after, to the essence of what they already were. But in both instances what is going on in the mind holds much power. It seems that we add a servitor-like overlay to the demons we deal with.
Them: Talk about a rabbit hole...
And thereafter the chat was lighthearted and faded away into nothingness. A very interesting conversation if there ever was one - evocative to spirit keepers, spirit conjurers, and to magick practitioners at least. There's only one thing I feel compelled to add - that when I say that if a person can control their thoughts that they will not be afflicted with attachments; there is one instance where it is not so...
When a person's thoughts have been negative long enough it brings their vibrational frequency down; down low enough that even if they choose to change their beliefs at that period in time, attachments will not immediately leave. In my days working to alleviate people of such attachments and attacks, this was a problem. This issue takes work to resolve. It's not necessarily easy to raise one's spiritual vibration. So I would describe the process to the person requesting assistance--how they would have to regularly smudge, meditate, cleanse their aura, and listen to frequency raising binaural beats. Nearly as sure as the sun shines, that's the point when I'd never hear from them again. Why? Because in instances when I checked back, they hadn't bothered to follow the necessary steps to upgrade their vibration. That was their business entirely - it's the choice they made.
For the record, I no longer help people rid themselves of demonic attacks and entity attachments, for the aforementioned reason. They primarily remain with people that cannot or will not take all necessary steps to eradicate their problem, in which case it becomes clear that they in fact do not want to cure the very problem they sought my help in dealing with. My time is far too precious for that; but I do feel for those who can no longer access my help due to this conflict of interest. However, if I knew that someone seriously needed my help and was prepared to do as necessary, surely I'd be there for them.