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Have you ever been so scared to talk about something that even thinking about it brings tears and fear ? I was never a believer in god or the devil, playing in the graveyard at night and going into so called hunted houses never scared me. 

Then I saw the real thing and I am now a devoted Christian. 

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1 hour ago, UM-Bot said:

and I am now a devoted Christian

Jesus!

I wonder how many Christians are running around with an untreated mental disorder?

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So a few days later passed and it was around 3-4 am, I felt something menacing and malicious. When I opened my eyes I seen in the doorway a vary tall skinless humanoid creature (demon) peering at me. 

Another bad dreamer who does not realise they were - dreaming. Due to the medications and trauma they had just been through, it is not unusual to experience odd and scary dreams. 

What is odd is when the person decides to become religious and actually believe what they saw really happened.

Put all the trauma and medications into the pot - this is why they had bad dreams.

 

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On 2/8/2019 at 10:51 AM, sci-nerd said:

Jesus!

I wonder how many Christians are running around with an untreated mental disorder?

All of them.

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I think this creature may have been a guardian Angel,a past relative or similar.You sounded like you needed a good shake up,which was given to you.Nothing like fear to wake you up to reality.ATB with your future.

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On 2/8/2019 at 10:51 AM, sci-nerd said:

Jesus!

I wonder how many Christians are running around with an untreated mental disorder?

Yeah right!  That was no doubt a Thought Form called a "Snail". Nothing but a mind monkey. :yes:

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People who cannot see these things, do not understand.
She tried to commit suicide. Indirectly, same result.
That makes you a target for these entities.
I'd not dismiss the story so easily.

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I agree with Simbi. I know from personal experience that our mood and energy affects what we let in. Addicts, depressed and or sick individuals with a low vibration tend to let in negative forces. Some of these forces CAN and DO manifest in many ways. They vibrate at a different level and therefor live/stay for the most part in a separate dimension. Occasionally, when we the energy machines go low, the negative forces can high jack our vessels, or simply manifest off our negative energy. And if you think demons are simply a trick of the imagination, then you are more then welcome to keep wearing them rose colored glasses while I live in the real world.

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5 hours ago, Mystify said:

depressed and or sick individuals with a low vibration tend to let in negative forces. Some of these forces CAN and DO manifest in many ways. They vibrate at a different level and therefor live/stay for the most part in a separate dimension. Occasionally, when we the energy machines go low, the negative forces can high jack our vessels, or simply manifest off our negative energy. And if you think demons are simply a trick of the imagination, then you are more then welcome to keep wearing them rose colored glasses while I live in the real world.

I'm not completely dismissing the idea that beings inhabiting other realms possibly exist.

But...I'm clinically diagnosed with depression and a generalized anxiety disorder and I once spend six months in bed eating dry cornflakes because of my mental issues and yeah, at that point I was trying to starve myself to death and I damn near did it (I had to be hospitalized as well). Why didn't I ever see any demons? Because I really have encountered absolutely nothing.

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15 hours ago, Orphalesion said:

I'm not completely dismissing the idea that beings inhabiting other realms possibly exist.

But...I'm clinically diagnosed with depression and a generalized anxiety disorder and I once spend six months in bed eating dry cornflakes because of my mental issues and yeah, at that point I was trying to starve myself to death and I damn near did it (I had to be hospitalized as well). Why didn't I ever see any demons? Because I really have encountered absolutely nothing.

So what do you take ... zoloft cymbalta or drugs like effector and paxil? And some sort of benzos? *** Spam filter *** valium ativan ect?

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16 hours ago, -Nuke- said:

So what do you take ... zoloft cymbalta or drugs like effector and paxil? And some sort of benzos? *** Spam filter *** valium ativan ect?

Just keep in mind that medical advice is against the forum rules, so I won't name the substances in my current medications.
But I did take paroxetine during one of the earlier phases of my recovery. Now (after a lot of therapy, mind you) I'm down to low doses of three medications used to treat Manic and Depressive Episodes.  

But if you are suggesting that I haven't seen any demons because I'm on meds....well, during the worst part of mental illness I didn't take any and had never done so before.

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4 hours ago, Orphalesion said:

Just keep in mind that medical advice is against the forum rules, so I won't name the substances in my current medications.
But I did take paroxetine during one of the earlier phases of my recovery. Now (after a lot of therapy, mind you) I'm down to low doses of three medications used to treat Manic and Depressive Episodes.  

But if you are suggesting that I haven't seen any demons because I'm on meds....well, during the worst part of mental illness I didn't take any and had never done so before.

Oh I didn't know medical advice was against the rules but I can understand why it would be. But I wasnt giving advice I was just wondering what you take, I've been on all sorts throughout the ages... I dont see how they would make me see stuff but people have hallucinated, especially coming off certain meds. But since you havent really been on any guess that theory is out of the question lol

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28 minutes ago, -Nuke- said:

Oh I didn't know medical advice was against the rules but I can understand why it would be. But I wasnt giving advice I was just wondering what you take, I've been on all sorts throughout the ages... I dont see how they would make me see stuff but people have hallucinated, especially coming off certain meds. But since you havent really been on any guess that theory is out of the question lol

Nah I think stuff like "medications or withdrawal from medication can cause hallucinations" is alright and allowed, just like "have you spoken to a therapist" is alright when someone claims they are regularly speaking to the devil or something. 
I just pointed that out, because I was kinda nervous that you were going to spin some theory about how Anxiety medication is closing or crown chakra and that's why I've never seen a ghost or something. Because you never know what kind of people you run into on the internet and all.
And well, all that stuff is long ago, I'm pretty good now.

Yeah I agree that meds can have some funky side effects. But as I said with all my mental problems I have never seen a ghost or a demon or anything supernatural, so I just find it difficult to believe it when people say mental illness or psychological problems attract demons. Because "hey were's my demons dammit?!" :td:

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18 minutes ago, Orphalesion said:

Nah I think stuff like "medications or withdrawal from medication can cause hallucinations" is alright and allowed, just like "have you spoken to a therapist" is alright when someone claims they are regularly speaking to the devil or something. 
I just pointed that out, because I was kinda nervous that you were going to spin some theory about how Anxiety medication is closing or crown chakra and that's why I've never seen a ghost or something. Because you never know what kind of people you run into on the internet and all.
And well, all that stuff is long ago, I'm pretty good now.

Yeah I agree that meds can have some funky side effects. But as I said with all my mental problems I have never seen a ghost or a demon or anything supernatural, so I just find it difficult to believe it when people say mental illness or psychological problems attract demons. Because "hey were's my demons dammit?!" :td:

Yeah I'm all for the meds if they help. And yeah I dunno I have the normal mental issues that pretty much everyone I know has.. ADHD(ADD) in the DSM5 even though they are different? And Generalized anxiety disorder..and bipolar moments, never diagnosed. I just know when I'm up I'm way up. And I know anxiety is worrying about the future, depression the past. But like you where are my demons lol

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