As science has discovered, our bodies are made of trillions of cells, each their own life form. We also carry an even greater number of other life forms. Some of the second type are very beneficial, like those in our gut biome that help with digestion. Others are less so and the body has a defense system to keep them under control.
When the body falls out of balance, less desirable things like bacteria and viruses can get the upper hand and we experience being sick. To help clear the problem, the body will do things like raise its temperature, take energy away from digestion for restoring health (balance), and create inflammation.
There are similar sorts of things that take place at more subtle levels of being. There is a variety of life forms involved in supporting this life energetically and others that are more like parasites.
While most of us learn as kids that dark beings are the stuff of bad dreams, some people do have major life lessons around this. Or they run into them when developing subtle perception. I get occasional contacts on the subject so I thought it worth making a few points.
It’s important not to feed this stuff with your attention. That’s the way to the dark side, Luke. The point of this article is to handle things if they arise.
As I mentioned in a recent post, issues with dark beings come out of imbalance. Most of them are beings who have lost their way. Rather than growing and contributing, they’ve gotten stuck in their own nightmare and try to find support to feed their bad dream.
It’s like having a friend who’s gotten themselves in a bad situation. If they’ve bought into it, they can be resistant to help. They may seek people who will support their drama instead.
As such beings live in the astral (dream) field, they can create whatever they like. But as they’re stuck in a bad dream, they try to find energy that supports that.
Like the workers in the animated movie Monsters Inc, they try to elicit darker emotions to collect that energy. Even in a dream, emotions like fear and anger can pack a lot of energy.
But all we have to do is recognize it is just a bad dream. And it’s not ours. Like any dream, we don’t need to believe in it. It is only an appearance, even if it shows up in waking state. We can take back our power and not buy into it. That may take a little practice if we’ve gotten caught up in it but it is more than possible.
Then, their effort consumes their energy so they lose interest in us. The clouds depart.
If we have access to higher values like love and bliss, these destroy dark dreams and shadow just as light removes shadow. They’ll avoid that like the plague.
It is an odd thing: choosing to maintain a bad dream rather than allow love. And yet this is the story of many humans too. We’re caught in prisons of mind and emotion because we don’t know better. We get used to that reality and then try to protect it, resisting change.
You may later find that, even when things are clear, you continue to discover embedded dark beings. They’re no longer getting “fed” much but because they’re dominated by inertia, they haven’t left. And they may still try to get your body to produce the energy they want. It’s straightforward to remove such pests once we’re aware of them.
Further, we all have a support team. As the support team is divine beings or taking divine direction, they’re there to watch our back. But they will never take our power or choice. They know we have to learn our lessons from experience so will not interfere unless its life threatening. But if we ask for their help, they will be there. It must be our choice.
Most of us have some big life lessons to learn. We can sometimes see them when we make bad choices, even when we know they’re bad. Like choosing an abusive partner, refusing to change destructive behavior, and so forth.
But if we can get clear on our inner dynamics over time, we can learn to resolve emotions and resistance internally. Then we don’t have to live them out as much. This is much easier after waking up as we’re less entangled then.
We’re not the victim here. We would not have chosen these lessons if they where insurmountable. But we may have to work gradually towards a resolution. Just remember you’re never alone. Help is always there if you ask.