It’s that time of year again. The festivities, the gatherings of friends, family, and new additions. Some of us have dread over the guest list.
It’s amusing to me how the holidays tend to bring out the worst feelings in us. After all, aren’t we suppose to be family, love one another, etc. Well, that is the idea of it all, but life is filled with great ideas, and we all know how they can turn out.
We have to stop trying to put squares in peg holes.
Vampires have a need to survive, and I am not talking about the blood-sucking ones either, well maybe, after all, they can boil our blood…LOL.
I am talking about well-meaning friends, family members, co-workers who have not got a clue that they feed on people mentally, physically, and energetically.
Almost every one of us has someone in our lives that feeds off drama, needs a significant amount of attention, and plays the victim role, the martyr, and the damsel in distress.
I know I had a few of those vamps in my life, I had to let that shit go.
We most likely get sucked in for a minute and then realized we are not going to change them. But we can change the way we react to them.
After all, most of us know we cannot change anyone (except ourselves) and knowing that can give us inner peace.
When we are pulled into the mental and emotional limit by others, our bodies get depleted as our auric field is consumed with energy that’s not our own. NOT a good light.
We might not tap into the energy suck at first, because, after all, we all just want to help. But soon, you will catch on, and you will feel the drain.
That is a time to create your plan of action to redirect that toxic energy flow. Try pulling the plug that works.
Garlic cannot keep these specific vampires away, we have to create our own shield against others through evoking our own personal magic. The vamps have gotten immuned to garlic and love forbidden challenges.
The vamps are here for us to take ourselves one step closer to freedom and peace of mind. Like any good sport, if we don’t practice and notice what is going on, how else can we heal ourselves, and others.
Most of all, it’s important to remember the old adage and put it into practice: once bitten, twice shy.