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Practical Psychic Self Defense by Robert Bruce



What if you were told some of the negative thoughts and some of the negative emotions you had were not your own?  What if you were told that at least a portion of the actions you’ve taken, that resulted in harmful personal experiences, were not actions you had taken of your own Free Will?  What if you were told there was some invisible succubus compelling you to say things, do things, that caused you pain?  Would you believe?  What would it take to make you believe?  And if you began to believe, would you be willing to take the steps to protect yourself from the entities so that they could no longer effect your thoughts and actions?  This book addresses those issues.  It also addresses how to build a shield to protect yourself.

I like this book for the simple fact that in reading it, most people begin to experience an “awareness” of the spiritual realm they didn’t have before.  In turn, a curiosity to dig further and investigate more develops within the reader.  While a few readers will discover they have experienced some of the more bizarre and seemingly impossible occurrences Bruce writes of, most will just realize that developing a psychic shield has it’s merits.  The latter will then be able to hone in on the best method of psychic self defense for them (whether it is by using Bruce’s teachings or another’s).

I am hesitant to recommend this book to a “beginner” for the simple fact that near the mid-point (and going toward the end) of the book, the author begins to detail ideas and experiences that would seem outlandish and sci-fi oriented to the general public.  However, what seems crazy to those without knowledge and experience makes perfect sense to those who have personally experienced some of Bruce’s claims.  So although I am hesitant to suggest this book, I think the information contained within it’s pages is important.  People need to understand what can happen if they do not protect themselves.

See, a lot of people believe in the devil, believe in demons, but they are unaware there are different types of demons. Some demons are merely blobs of energy that feed off negative emotions. These negative entities (henceforth referred to as “Negs”) want to be in the physical realm that we humans live in but they cannot because they do not have the physical bodies we have. So in order to stick around, they have to feed. Their food is negative emotion. They are “energy parasites.” Feeding does not allow them to take physical form, but they have the next best thing in being able to hang out in our world via attaching themselves to humans.

Negs neither want to kill you, nor do they want to “devour your soul.” No. They want your life to be long-lasting and as miserable as possible so they can keep feeding off of you and stay where they want to be–in our physical world. Someone who does not have a “defensive shield” built around them would be easy prey for these Negs to feed on. Someone who has psychic ability but is unaware of that psychic ability, is more likely to attract Negs. Psychics have a higher energy vibration; causing a larger energy output.  Just as a lion would prefer a fat gazelle to one that was skinny, so do Negs.  In the non-corporeal world, psychic energy is similar to a beacon of light in the dark. The Negs are drawn to the light. The brighter the light, the bigger the target you are. So the Negs seek out the people with psychic ability. Empaths and Clairsentients are particularly vulnerable to Negs.

Since Empathics and Clairsentients (see my other blog entry on traits of an Empath or Clairsentient) are the least recognized psychic talents, they do not recognize their “gifts” and do not realize their heightened vulnerability.  They do not know they need the “defensive shield.”  Therefore, Negs come into their lives, cling to them, and feed off of them by creating negative emotions which cause the Empaths/Clairsentients to take the negative actions that create negative situations, and negative circumstances.

When a person takes an action they know they shouldn’t take because it will most likely cause a negative outcome, a Neg will be that little voice in a person’s head that says, “screw it–I’m doing it anyway!” And then, when the action the person took turns out badly (thereby causing the person to feel sad, depressed, angry, worse about themselves), more negative emotion in the person is produced. The Neg feeds off of that excessive emotion.

A good example that I often see of negative behavior or action that causes a negative situation: people who begin (or stay in) relationships that make them feel bad about themselves.
A detailed example: when a woman first starts dating a man she feels a compulsion to hurry up and secure that relationship. So she constantly calls (or texts) that man–even when the man doesn’t respond. She calls him once and receives no answer. So she calls again. No answer. She waits, calls a friend and talks about the man not answering and what it could possibly mean. Then she waits some more. Still no answer from him, so she “accidentally” call again (I believe the new phrase is “ass dialing”). He finally answers. He says he wants to see her. Whew! What a relief she feels! So she sees him, then he disappears again.  In her rational mind, the woman knows this man is not treating her right.  Heck, she doesn’t even know if she really even wants that particular man!–but the increasing negative emotions she feels compels her t to keep “chasing” that man down.  This merry-g0-round relationship continues for several months before ending.  Then, this woman will continue to meet new men where the same exact cycle happens. Thus providing an “endless buffet” of negative emotion for the Neg to feed off of.
** If you didn’t see the roller coaster of emotions that occur within people who have these types of relationships, go back and read that again.  Look at all of the anxiety, frustration, fear, doubt, self-doubt, low self esteem, anger, etc, etc, that such a situation would cause! That’s a lot of energy for the Neg to feed off of.

Now. Could it be that women who have these type of relationship cycles just have some emotional issues (baggage) that makes them continue to pick crappy men who always treat them bad? Yes. But, could they also have a Neg “attached” to them who compels the woman to take actions that cause negative emotion so the Neg can keep feeding?  Yes.  In considering such a possibility, I often wonder how many people that have been diagnosed (or left undiagnosed) with some mental/emotional issue really do not have an issue at all. For that matter, how many negative habits and/or addictions truly belong to (or began with) the individual?  I wonder how many are really just plagued by a Neg…or two…or three.  To quote Shakespeare, “there are more things in Heaven and Earth…”

I am not making excuses for people’s ill-behavior or for habits/addictions people have.  I am just considering the possibility that the behavior, habit or addiction a person has was induced by a Neg.  There is no way to know for sure.  It would be nice if the entire world could be explained by what we can physically see and touch, but 99% of the world’s population knows that is not the case.  So we just do not know. Humans are still learning about all of the possibilities regarding how the non-physical effects our physical world. So. How would you know there is a Neg around you? Well, you can’t, not for sure. It’s not like you can say “Hello? Neg? Are you there?” and they’ll answer you (by the way–if you try such a thing and you receive an answer–you have a much bigger problem on your hands than a Neg or two).

If you find that you often take action(s) you logically know you shouldn’t, but still take the action (or feel overwhelmingly compelled to) anyway, it is quite possible you are being given a nudge to create a negative situation by a Neg.  It is also possible you are receiving the compulsion for action from another person (and perceiving it as your own), but that is another topic in and of itself.

As for “defensive shields,”  I believe it is a must-have for all people, but most especially those who have psychic abilities.  Some people may feel differently but speaking for myself, I would rather be “safe than sorry.”  I have a veritable steel wall around me that I keep in place–against Negs and anything or any body that might try to infiltrate without my consent.  Because of how I’m made up, I have to have it in place.  I learned that early in life, long before this book was written by Mr. Bruce.

The information you find in the author’s work is an eye-opening experience.  In recommending this book to people, I am not saying it is the end-all-be-all on the subject of psychic self defense.  What I am saying is that it is a good start in understanding the concept and an easy read for those who are unfamiliar with how the non-corporeal can effect our physical lives.  As a rule, I would never take just one person’s teachings and pattern my life around those teachings.  But I firmly believe the average person should have a psychic shield up and that goes doubly for anyone who has any type of psychic abilities.

Even if one bought the book and just read the first few chapters, it would have been money well spent!



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