We all have that “friend”, that co-worker, that patient, that family member, who reeks of vampire energy. We cannot isolate them from our lives, no matter how hard we try. We show them a False Love by pretending to care about their tragedies and hope that they don’t infect others with their negative energy. Yet, within us all, is the ability to stop the drain from spreading.
We put up our protective shields. We inoculate others with boosts of positive energy. And finally, we decide to wall off the vampire by sending healing energy to the holes in their auras, all the while knowing that patching the holes is a temporary fix at best because the vampire basks in the waters of self-absorption.
The stronger of us may choose to take the brunt of the strike upon ourselves as a way to protect others. We have found the wooden stake that stops the vampire in its tracks.
How do we do it?
We accept that this person is not ready or willing to change their attitude about life.
We don’t dismiss the negative attitude by spouting off a proliferation of positive pronouncements because we already know that an experienced vampire will tear down any reasoning until one’s energy is spent.Instead we validate the reasons behind the attitude, using methods now being taught in NLP seminars.
When you confirm that the vampire’s feelings, no matter how misguided, are valid, you have made a decision about how much energy you wish to release. You may offer suggestions for any actions to take or you can completely disengage because the psychic link was never completed.
Will you be victim or victor? The choice is yours.