The upheaval linked to a female Indian activist who tried to enter a temple in Kerala (Sabarimala) which has historically been closed to women of menstruating age, made me write this post. The entire public discussion is twisted and stuck in common 3D paradigms.
In India, the tradition to prevent menstruating women from entering certain temples is linked to yogic science and insights on the multidimensional anatomy of us humans: Our natural energetic protection (see koshas / auric field) can get weakened through surgery, drugs and medicine intake, alcohol consumption, emotional turmoil as well as physical wounds, and bleeding. Continue reading
We are often unaware of the emotional wounds and unhealed shock experiences that we carry. Nevertheless they have an influence on our lives. These unsettling and painful events we went through are stored in our body systems and repeat themselves in this life, or from one life to another. So again and again, we are further entangled with them as we keep on attracting what is imprinted in our energy system, our subconscious mind.
For example, split-off soul parts due to childhood trauma have a massive influence on our behaviour as adult. The stage on which our fragmentations show up is usually the relationship with our life partner. We experience an emotional roller coaster, a dance on the volcano – alternating between fiery and frosty. Continue reading
Have you experienced abuse by a guru, yoga teacher or tantrik? Have you experienced their subtle seduction and psychic entanglement techniques, and black magic? You are not alone. Spiritual abuse is a phenomenon that is not new, but it is only recently that seekers and students speak up and discuss this topic more openly.
Do you still feel connected and manipulated by that individual or group, although you have already moved away from the relationship, ashram or community? Then, please consider energetic clearing work. It is a foundation to get your self back on track and includes the release of energetic cords and psychic mind hooks that interfere with your system, divert your attention and siphon your lifeforce. Continue reading
hold your light sword at all times
Latest edit: Nov 2018, added section about Sufism
Whether it is the new age healer, the magnetic yogini, the charming channeller or alleged avatar from a seemingly distinguished tradition, whether in Europe, the USA or in India, more often than not, the true character behind a pious smile and seemingly noble mission is that of a narcissist, energy vampire and soul thief.
The spiritual teacher / leader / guru / rinpoche usually speaks eloquently with charisma and verve, and induces addictive feelings of ecstasy. That he also sends energetic hooks and mental slides towards his targets remains for most unnoticed, unconscious. Manipulation techniques are manifold and multidimensional. Abuse happens in tangible form (financial misconduct, sexual liaison), and also on metaphysical level, in the invisible realms of our soul, consciousness and energies.
Descriptors (and depth of corruption) of these individuals vary, but each term aims at pinpointing their deceptive, dangerous character: false gurus, parasitic gurus, dark spirits, spiritual predators, new predators, fake gurus, cult leaders, spiritual parasites, spiritual imposters, soul snatchers, twilight masters, black magicians, asuras, adverse forces, demigods, devadas…
I have already written about my own experience with parasitic gurus. Here now a collection of insights from other seers and researchers – valuable puzzle pieces from publicly available information:
It seems that contemporary teachers, esoteric views and new age circles can keep people hooked on what feels pleasant and this often includes avoidance of uncomfortable, dark topics and discouragement from critical thinking as ‚we are all one‘ and ‚larger than our stories‘. And when humans are not given context for spiritual healing, their multidimensional anatomy and invisible realities of consciousness, it is difficult for most people to differentiate between darkness and light, deceit and truth.
Energy flows where attention goes and ‚love & light‘ are surely optimal energies to focus on. At the same time, denying that dark energies exist is naive. And naivety and denial are counterproductive as they create blind spots. Waking up to love, light and oneness is one thing. Waking up to truth, DISCERNMENT and equanimity is another. Continue reading