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Basic Psychic Countermeasures

Self HelpRobert Bruce offers some basic psychic contermeasures.

Note: These countermeasures are extremely basic. They only contain the bare bones of what is necessary to use them. To understand the principles behind these countermeasures, please get a copy of 'Practical Psychic Self-Defence'.

Neg. = Negative inorganic being or bad spirit of any variety.

Neg's need dark and quiet to manifest and attack in. They also need the human body to be relaxed. This is part of the reason why neg. related manifestations normally occur or worsen during the night, and ease during the daytime.

Turning on an overhead light helps, the brighter the better. If you cannot sleep with the light on, place a folded black cloth over your eyes.

Turning on a TV or radio, playing softly, also helps. Classical music is best, something bright and cheerful. The best music of all to counter neg's are Xmas carols, hymns and nursery rhymes.

If voices are heard, objective or subjective, headphones can be used, or a pillow speaker, and music played continually, even during sleep. Xmas carols, hymns and nursery rhymes are excellent for this purpose. You may not like the music in the long term, but humans have an ability neg's do not have. Humans can 'tune out' music and sounds heard continually. Neg's cannot do this. Nursery rhymes, in particular, drive them nuts; therefore making for an effective countermeasure.

Banging pots and pans together loudly helps break up astral lights and can break an attack. This method is best used for stronger attacks.

Sliced garlic is a great help for warding off neg's. Garlic must be sliced. It is virtually useless unless sliced. Garlic works because it contains a high level of sulphur, and sulphur is detrimental to neg. energies.

Garlic can be rubbed into the skin and placed around the room on counters, as well as under pillows and near feet. The feet are the most vulnerable target to neg. interference. Symptoms of interference are pricks and jabs in feet and toes. Rubbing garlic into the feet greatly reduce their vulnerability. Replace the garlic slices used on a daily basis.

Other herbs and scents that help are: Fringed Violet, Angelsword, (both can be Applied to the skin or taken internally) . Rosemary also helps, and can be made into a tea. This tea is best used as an after shower body wash. Herbal soaps can also be used.



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Practical Psychic Self-Defense by Robert Bruce

It's not all angels and light beings out there aiding our enlightenment.

Think of this book as a supernatural expose for the beginner, a survival guide for those living the nightmare of being influenced by unfriendly spirit beings and forces of darkness, says Bruce. "I have lived through everything I describe and have spent decades searching for ways to survive and create spiritual peace and quiet for myself."
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Robert Bruce is an internationally respected mystic, hands-on metaphysical researcher and arcane experimenter.

For over 25 years, he has actively explored the mechanics, energetics and dynamics of all things considered paranormal - especially OBE; the human energy body, Kundalini, clairvoyance, healing, occult criminality and countermeasures, psychic attack and self-defense.

Born in England, Robert Bruce currently resides near Sydney, Australia.