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Energy Vampires

Energy Vampires

A Practical Guide for Psychic Self-protection

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A practical guide for how to protect yourself, your business, and the people you care about from those who prey on and consume the energy of others.

• Outlines the basic laws that govern the interchange of life energy.

• Reveals how to calculate your own energy balance and identify personal danger zones.

• Offers exercise programs to attain a balanced personal energy level and build an "energy immune system".

Our lives are a constant exchange of energy. More often than not we are like molecules, randomly reacting and responding to external energy forces that we are not aware of. One such force is the energy vampire: individuals who take excessive amounts of energy without giving anything in return, leaving us drained and ineffectual.

Dorothy Harbour provides a clear guide to self-protection from individuals and situations that drain our personal energy. From exercises such as "musical aura stimulation" and meditations like "the pillar of light" we learn how to strengthen our auras and ground ourselves psychologically. Numerous case studies--from "love vampire" to "aura protection against sexual harassment"--teach us how to recognize the energy vampires in our midst. Other helpful practices demonstrate how to cleanse our subconscious of "psycho-trash," protect ourselves and family from energy vampires, and even lovingly cure the vampires themselves.
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  • Destiny Books | 
  • 192 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780892819102 | 
  • April 2002
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From Chapter 6, Cleansing your Subconscious
Case Study: The Thief Inside
Peter D. was a successful thirty-five-year-old middle manager in a large car company. He was married with two children, and his life could have been completely in order if it weren't for the bad luck that seemed to follow Peter everywhere he went. If, for example, he went to a convention and parked his car alongside those of a dozen colleagues in an unguarded parking lot, you could be sure that his car would be the only one that would get broken into--even though some of his colleagues had much more expensive cars. If a gang of burglars was operating in Peter's... see more

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