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#1 Selaara

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 03:01 AM

My boss was responding to one of our clients about evil spirits in the house. She had jokingly expressed concern about seeing something shadowy in the hall at night. To which my boss loudly exclaimed that we all believed in God here and no witches or warlocks were gonna be able to get in the home. I work in a group home btw. Lol.

I busted out laughing in the other room before I caught myself and played it off like I was watching the tv lol.

What's really funny is I have seen plenty of things in this house. I always wear my protections when I go to work just incase. We deal with the mentally challenged so my guards are usually up psychically. So I'm not sure how much I might be repelling lol.

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#2 Sagefire

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 04:06 PM

You work in an environment that attracts low frequency energies.  Places like that should have protections built into the architecture!  That being said, due to the surplus of 'eligible targets' for shadow crawlers, your personal protections are probably adequate.  For years I worked in a memory care facility that also accommodated many suffering from mental illnesses.  I can tell you that for every resident there are at least a dozen low entities vying for entry.  Places like these should be cleansed and protected daily and incorporate permanent warding measures.


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#3 WitchVillage

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 04:29 PM

Ditto to everything Sagefire says there. But to broaden his take, I'd say we all actually need to be aware of places where bugaboos (I call them bugaboos or thingmajigs to disempower them in the minds of others and myself) hang around waiting to garner access to a weakened aura and/or vulnerable mind. 

 

Pubs I'm thinking of in particular here. Places which attract vulnerable people, attract energy parasites. Not just that but fragments of the souls of the dead can be drawn magnetically to their favourite or familiar hangouts from when they were embodied.

 

Not that we need to get paranoid. It's really no different than taking the usual sensible precautions we would if going somewhere a tad dodgy in the Middle World. A person working with potentially toxic materials in their day job, has procedures of scrubbing up or cleaning down their surfaces. If the average person goes somewhere dark at night, they take a torch. Basic "Life 101" stuff.


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#4 Sagefire

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 07:19 PM

Very good points WitchVillage.  Here we also have casinos.  I would think that any place that panders to addiction would attract little nasties.  Folks who work in drug treatment facilities, prisons and emergency departments would well heed simple precautions before and upon returning home from work.


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#5 Selaara

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 08:50 PM

It might seem weird but I prefer to work with the mentally disabled because they don't feel the same to me as the general public. Somehow more innocent and vulnerable. And there emotions are easier for me to filter than normal peoples.

We had a client a few years ago who was abused by her husband when she was younger. It was suspected by her father as well.

Her husband had recently died when I met her and i swear he was still coming to her. On several occasions we saw a shadowy figure enter her room at night. Most everyone else was too scared to check on her when this happened but I didn't want to leave her unprotected, if I was there I would put up visualized barriers of light and cast out all negative things. I have to do most of my energy work in my mind when I am at work as I live in the south and Witchcraft is not really welcome, despite the laws. So I keep my activities as PC as I can at work. Lol. I have gotten pretty good at visualizing though lol. It is usually just as effective, only really seems to matter if I'm concentrating fully.

It saddened me when she passed. She was a sweet broken lady. :) I miss her.

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#6 Sagefire

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 09:15 PM

This is an interesting point.  It would stand to reason that the abuser would continue to shadow it's victim after leaving this plane.  I think I shall do some research on this...


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#7 woodwitchofthewest

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Posted 10 January 2020 - 11:55 PM

This is an interesting point.  It would stand to reason that the abuser would continue to shadow it's victim after leaving this plane.  I think I shall do some research on this...

 

I wonder now if that is what happened to me when my mom passed this summer.  As I mentioned, I was pretty sure I felt her trying to "settle into me" within a few minutes of her passing.  She was quite ill, mentally, abusive for my entire life, and also towards the end very tormented and psychotic and living in a memory care facility.  It makes sense to me that those sort of places would attract negative energies, whatever they might be.  


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Posted 11 January 2020 - 02:05 PM

I am very glad I work in a small home setting. We only house 6 clients at a time. Most have been here for many years. I have on occasion visited much larger facilities and the energy there was almost overwhelming the first time. The loneliness was so thick it was like trying to walk through jello. I don't think I want to ever work in a place that big. It would be too exhausting to have to feel that every day. It's no wonder ppl in this field become cold and detached at work. You almost have to just to stay safe. Not to mention all those ppl have so much mental and emotional baggage.
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