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christian occultist dilemma..anyone help?

Im a christian, though a curious one seen as I have a strong influence from the magical side of things aswell. As a matter of fact, Im unable to detach both these vital aspects of my spiritual journey & experience which has caused some uncertainty about my (religion).. If I lose either, things dont balance. So first question, what does that make me?

My second question is this. For some years now I’ve been in situations where I’ve been subjected to bad company. Being forced to trust my instincts I discovered the principles of psychic attack & protection. Prayer alone was’nt enough to deal with the negative influences & bad wishes for my life. So taking some time in those situations to deal with their psychic assaults brought the freedom I needed.

Now Im finding that I need to keep myself even more protected as Im finding the (bad wishes) & obvious attacks more intense..I think I need to learn some more..Can anyone recommend reading or something I can do? Many thanks.

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Well…you went through a lot of ignorant bashing before you got to this answer. Psychic attacks are very real. They also use up precious energy in both offense and defense. It is important to keep the energy flowing as strongly as you can. You need to know grounding/centering/charging exercises. And it is not a situation that calls for therapy, just good strong mojo. There will be laughs all around when I make this suggestion (but I care less for the nay-sayers): Put a ‘mojo’ bag together; the right stones, herbs, etc., inside. Find a friendly Wiccan and ask for a… Read more »

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tuberoot

Okay, so you are a Christian. What are you doing? Trusting in things? You are fearing what? Psychic attacks? I believe in the psychic phenmenon. I experienced some of them myself. But now that I am a Christian, I know that there isn’t anything that can overcome us if we are in Christ. So I think that your focus is off. Your focus needs to be on Jesus, the Author and Finisher of Faith. So instead of trusting in symbols, and rocks, and other things, trust God, He wants you to. The further away from Him you get by trusting… Read more »

wyvern1313
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wyvern1313

Well, there are people out there who consider themselves Christian witches. However, given the kind of “phenomenon” you’re experiencing, I would, like many others here, suggest you seek counseling, as much of this truly could be in your head.

Blessed be.
)O(

Rance D
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Rance D

Ignore the others here. They find comfort in their cookie cutter religion. They don’t really have the ability to think outside of their own little bubbles. I suggest that you look into Buddhism. Meditation and contemplation may lead you to fully understand your experience.

readytogo
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readytogo

All I know is that we are to serve God wholly and trust him. You are trying to serve two masters, it wont’ work. We are not to have anything to do with sorcery or the occult.

tim
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tim

Satan is the power behind magical.

Talk to some people (pastors) from Pentecostal and Apostolic churches, they usually are Spirit filled people and will be better able to give you an answer (and pray with and for you).

Satan may have given you some victories in your psychic attacks to lore you deeper into the occult.

silverbirch
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silverbirch

1) Unbalanced
2) Therapy

jinenglish68
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jinenglish68

you are one messed up dude, fo sho.

try wicca.

GOP=Fascism
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GOP=Fascism

You won’t like it.

I recommend conventional counseling, perhaps even medication. These “pyschic assaults” are the product of your mind, and taking them for real is your first mistake.

Ronin
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Ronin

I recommend a good science book. Good luck with all that!

acgsk
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acgsk

That either makes you a liar or mentally unstable. See a doctor.