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Spiritual Vampires By Cherokee Billie

Have you ever noticed after being around someone that you feel totally emotionally and physically drained? Have you ever wondered what in the world happened? The answer is you were with a Spiritual Vampire.

A Spiritual Vampire is not like vampires in stories and movies that drain your blood; they drain your energy. These attacks are very real and happen on a daily basis. Most of us go through life not realizing that we are being drained of our spiritual and physical energy.

Spiritual vampirism is real and flourishing more than ever in today’s world. I use the term spiritual vampire because they are tapping into your spirit. Because they are consumers of energy rather than blood, their own inadequate energy causes them to tap into an unsuspecting person (host) energy system. The spiritual vampire feels a rush and exhilaration after tapping into the energy source whereas the victim feels mentally depleted and even physically drained. Constant attack can cause the energy system to break down and even cause physical illness.

Being consumers of energy, Spiritual Vampires can be men or women, young or old. They can be businessmen, independently wealthy people, movie stars, maintenance people, or even members of your own family!

There are distinct traits to a spiritual vampire, and, if you observe these traits closely, you can start to identify who is draining your energy. A Spiritual Vampire often feels abandoned or rejected by family or society. They are the type of person that needs constant reassurance and never feels satisfied no matter how much is given to them. They often are seeking comfort and want to be nurtured. Often they are very low on energy and extremely fatigued. Each one of us can have some of these traits, and we have to be aware of them and stop our actions. Awareness is extremely important whether you are the victim or the vampire.

What are the Symptoms of a Spiritual Attack?
• Loss of Energy
• Mental Confusion
• Chronic Fatigue
• Depression
• Sleep Disorders
• Physical Illness

Spiritual Vampires are not necessarily bad people because they often are unaware of what they are doing. It goes beyond the conscious self into the subconscious and spirit of the individual. They can wreck havoc on someone who leaves their spirit open for this type of energy theft. Awareness, as I stated earlier, is important because this is going to help you stop any type of attack or your attacking someone else and using their energy. It is possible to protect ourselves and stop these spiritual attacks from occurring. As a spiritual advisor I have seen many people who are under these spiritual attacks and cannot understand what is going on. This is where I give them the understanding and more importantly the way to keep these attacks from occurring again.

Protect Yourself Against Spiritual Attacks.

Awareness of people who make you feel tired and depressed is vital. You want to avoid people that make you feel bad. Realize they are Spiritual Vampires, and they may not be aware of it. It’s important that you are aware of it!

I am going to explain the different methods I have seen that work to help people avoid spiritual attacks. This is not based on any religion. Protecting your spirit has nothing to do with religion, but everything to do with your well being.

God has given us a wonderful tool called White Light; darkness cannot penetrate the White Light. Visualize this beautiful perfect White Light surrounding you and your spirit and protecting you like a shield. It is a good thing to visualize this first thing each morning before you start your day and the last thing before you go to sleep. Whenever you feel an energy drain, just say to yourself, “Shield Up” and realize that you are now encircled in White Light.

Call upon your Guardian Angels for protection at all times. The angels are another gift of the Divine Creator given to us for our help. All we have to do is ask.

Wearing or carrying something sacred will help keep you from being attacked. This can be anything that you feel is special to you such as: crystals, feathers, seashells, leather, stones, cross, jewels, and even using holy water. In many religions and royalty-the leaders have on jewelry because they understand its value of protection and power.

Most people are totally unaware that there are Spiritual Vampires attached to them. If you become aware that there are more things involved in our world then what we can see, you will understand the need to pay attention to Spiritual Vampires and other spirits that inhabit this planet. Remember you may be feeling sick from something that is coming from the spiritual realm and not from your body. Stop the energy drain now. Use protection every day and see if you don’t start feeling better and having a happier life.

Stop in Order to Move Ahead by Cherokee Billie

In order to move effectively forward you must stop on a regular basis. A tree does not grow to its full, magnificent height in a single season. Rather, it grows for a few months, sheds all its leaves, and becomes temporarily dormant. After a period of rest, the tree sprouts a whole new set of leaves and begins to grow upward again. In today’s modern society we tend to keep going even when our bodies and mind is crying out for rest. I have found that many people do not know how to be quiet and being alone scares them to death. Why? Because they have to face themselves and sometimes deal with situations that are disturbing and they don’t want to look at.

Life is a cycle of effort and rest. The effectiveness of each depends on the other. Get enough rest, and you’ll be more effective in your efforts. Put your energy into your actions, and you’ll rest well. I’m often asked, “How can I rest when I can’t turn off my mind.” That’s when you need to do a form of meditation such as:

1. Prayer
2. Lying back and listening to music on radio or CD
3. Focusing attention, while sitting still, on a fishing rod float; gazing at a loved person, object, or scene
4. Fireside contemplation.

All these activities and many more, involve staying still and passive attention to something.

A passive attitude means that distractions from environmental sounds and the inevitable intrusion into the mind of thoughts and images are viewed casually and detachedly, this is being in a meditative state. Let them come and go, of no more consequence than clouds passing across an expanse of sky.

Going, going, and going all the time will not get you where you truly desire to be. Move steadily and forcefully forward. Then stop for a while. Consider where you are, how you got here, and where you will go next. Even the most carefully planned route requires frequent mid-course corrections. So take a regular break to get your bearings. Practice meditation and deep breathing exercises daily. Deep breathing for five minutes will relax the body and clear the mind. If you feel intense anxiety breathe in deeply through the nose and hold the breath for five seconds, then exhale forcefully through the mouth and repeat this until you feel the stress and tension melting away. Once you feel more peaceful then move on ahead, refreshed, full of energy, and headed exactly toward where you wish to be.

Cherokee Teaching


An elderly Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life. He said to them, “A fight is going on inside me, a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One wolf is evil- he is fear, anger, envy, greed. The other wolf is good- he is joy, peace, love. This same fight is going on inside you, and every other person, too.”

They thought about it for a minute, and then one child asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?” The old Cherokee simply replied “the one you feed”.

See Your Value Rise in the Dating Game!



By Cherokee Billie

•Ladies If You Are Amazing, You Will Not Be Easy.
•If You Are Easy, You Will Not Be Amazing.
•Gentlemen If She Is Worth It, You Will Not Give Up.
•If You Give Up, You Are Not Worthy.

As much as the world changes, the above statement still holds true. These values have always existed and no matter what progression the world makes towards changing them, they are ingrained in our DNA.

The dating world can be exciting and fun, but it also can be very challenging. So much pressure is placed upon women today. Marketing, videos, music, and films have turned dating and sex into a recreational sport. Whereas any intelligent woman knows that is not true. Sure it can be fun to be flirtatious, but when you get down to your soul you want much more than just some recreational pleasure. You want a person you can share your life with who has the same values that you do.

Do you really want?

•The Serial Dater. The serial dater can often be easy to spot, especially if you are on internet dating sites. That is where serial daters love to hang out because they can have many relationships going and not have to even meet the different ladies that they are interacting with. If you are connected on an internet dating site it is important that you meet this person as soon as possible. You are then going to know if the chemistry is right and if the person is just looking for as many notches on their internet belt as possible.

•The Game Player. The game player is not as easy to spot. Often they come on strong and flood you with attention, e-mail, text, and frequent dates. Then just as suddenly they can disappear. Many times they are just trying to see if you are really the one for them. Because they won you over so quickly sometimes the man will become bored. Men love challenges. They want to see who they win and who gets away. Go slowly when someone comes on strong because there is the possibility of them disappearing. Do not give your heart and soul to this person instantly. You want to protect yourself from any emotional harm.

•The Married Man. Then there is always the married man. He is so attractive, so unavailable, usually financially stable, and appears to be unhappily married. These men will be very convincing that someday they are going to leave their wives, do not fall into this trap. Married men may not be happily married, but it is very rare that they walk away from a marriage. The reasons can be financial, family, relatives, and often it is security. The wife is the protection to keep them from getting too involved with you.

•The Non Committed Man. Now we come to the last and most famous the non committed man! You two hit it off instantly and the chemistry is wonderful. You know that this man loves you like no one ever has before and you love him equally. You date each other frequently and you know that you are in love. Now that you have reached the love stage you want more from this relationship. You want to be exclusive and you want to set the boundaries of your relationship. Now you find that this man is backing away or will not give you the words that you so long to hear, “I only want to be with you. I don’t want to see anyone else. I want to marry you” Once again you have gotten involved to quickly without really knowing this man. This man is afraid of commitment and he will keep you dangling as long as he can until either you or him finally ends the relationship.

Of course this is not what you want. Realize that you are an incredible amazing individual and that you are worth far more than even you realize. That is why life can be challenging for you sometimes because you are unique and that places you in a class by itself. See yourself as someone who is important in this world. There is no one better than you are. That is why you are more of a challenge because you know your value.

The person who is willing to invest time to get to know you is the person who is most valuable in your life. It should be a mutual exchange of getting to know one another and not one sided.

Now you can easily spot the different players in the dating game. Your value has increased instantly because you will not be wasting time and only invest your time into those that are worthy of your wonderful gift of yourself

DANCE OF LIFE


Written by Michael Jackson, from Dancing the Dream. Copyright Michael Jackson 1992.

I cannot escape the moon. Its soft beams push aside the curtains at night. I don’t even have to see it – a cool blue energy falls across my bed and I am up. I race down the dark hall and swing open the door, not to leave home but to go back to it. “Moon, I’m here!” I shout.
“Good,” she replies. “Now give us a little dance.”
But my body has started moving long before she says anything. When did it start? I can’t remember – my body has always been moving. Since childhood I have reacted to the moon this way, as her favorite lunatic, and not just hers. The stars draw me near, close enough so that I see through their twinkling act. They’re dancing, too, doing a soft molecular jiggle that make my carbon atoms jump in time.

With my arms flung wide, I head for the sea, which brings out another dance in me. Moon dancing is slow inside, and soft as blue shadows on the lawn. When the surf booms, I hear the heart of the earth, and the tempo picks up. I feel the dolphins leaping in the white foam, trying to fly, and almost flying when the waves curl high to the heavens. Their tails leave arcs of light as plankton glow in the waves. A school of minnows rises up, flashing silver in the moonlight like a new constellation.
“Ah!” the sea says. “Now we’re gathering a crowd.”

I run along the beach, catching waves with one foot and dodging them with the other. I hear faint popping sounds – a hundred panicky sand crabs are ducking into their holes, just in case. But I’m racing now, sometimes on my toes, sometimes running flat-out. I throw my head back and a swirling nebula says, “Fast now, twirl!”
Grinning, ducking my head for balance, I start to spin as wildly as I can. This is my favorite dance, because it contains a secret. The faster I twirl, the more I am still inside. My dance is all motion without, all silence within. As much as I love to make music, it’s the unheard music that never dies. And silence is my real dance, though it never moves. It stands aside, my choreographer of grace, and blesses each finger and toe.

I have forgotten the moon now and the sea and the dolphins, but I am in their joy more than ever. As far away as a star, as near as a grain of sand, the presence rises, shimmering with light. I could be in it forever, it is so loving and warm. But touch it once, and light shoots forth from the stillness. It quivers and thrills me, and I know my fate is to show others that this silence, this light, this blessing in my dance. I take this gift only to give it again.
“Quick, give!” says the light.

As never before, I try to obey, inventing new steps, new gestures of joy. All at once I sense where I am, running back up the hill. The light in my bedroom is on. Seeing it brings me back down. I begin to feel my pounding heart, the drowsiness in my arms, the warm blood in my legs. My cells want to dance slower. “Can we walk a little?” they ask. “It’s been kind of wild.”
“Sure.” I laugh, slowing to an easy amble.

I turn the doorknob, panting lightly, glad to be tired. Crawling back into bed, I remember something that I always wonder at. They say that some of the stars that we see overhead aren’t really there. Their light takes millions of years to reach us, and all we are doing is looking into the past, to a bygone moment when those stars could still shine.
“So what does a star do after it quits shining?” I ask myself. “Maybe it dies.”
“Oh no,” a voice in my head says. “A star can never die. It just turns into a smile and melts back into the cosmic music, the dance of life.” I like that thought, the last one I have before my eyes close. With a smile, I melt back into the music myself.

Look for the Light in Others


When we think of the word light, we normally think of it as being something that turns night into day, a switch on the wall that enables us to see in a dark room, or a shade of color. We usually spell ‘light’ with a lowercase ‘l’ or an uppercase ‘L’ if it is a proper name or at the start of a sentence. But there is another way that the word light is used with a capital ‘L’.

In this instance, Light refers to God, God’s love, God’s grace and compassion and the God Light within all of us. Our God Light shines more brightly in some than in others. When you look for the Light in others, it’s seeing them as your equal, your brother or sister, regardless of race or other factors, and realizing that we all come from the same ‘parents’.

Look for the Light in others and it will change how you see them and how you see yourself. You will have greater empathy and understanding of humanity. You will no longer judge their circumstances and life choices as wrong, but will desire to help them instead. Look for the Light in others and you will better see the Light in yourself.

My TV Appearance Available For The Next Seven Days


It was really fun being on the television program this evening with George Lewis, as we talked about my book Heavenly Seduction. If you missed the program it is available for the next seven days to watch at the following link: http://www.sbnvideo.tv/showSBNR.html
George and I covered many different subjects about my life and what led me to the cult known as the Family International.

If you are intrigued you can Purchase my book at: http://www.cherokeebillie.com/Cherokees_Store.html

If you did watch the program I would love to know what your feelings were about it.

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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