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Bibliothecarius (5 stories) (742 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-26)
Greetings, RavenQueen.

Lady-glow's first question is exactly where my mind went, but I had focused upon season 3 of HBO's "True Blood." Since I've upvoted Rook too often in the last few days, I'll have to write out that he raised the initial response "hormone dreams," which tend to make the individual feel "special."

HOWEVER, the reason I'm bothering to type out all of this is the latter part of your narrative. Making an individual feel special & protected, then venting angrily (even violently) at that person when she or he does not behave exactly according to plan, is emotional abuse. The victim does everything he or she can do to make the abusive, powerful person show love and affection again. Yes, it's not the same as the dangerous, stalking behavior described earlier in the narrative, but it is equally harmful to the psyche of the victim. This phenomenon, similar to "Stockholm syndrome" in kidnap victims, is a direct manipulation of the human desire to be loved and to fit in with a group; it's a perversion of a normally-healthy adaptive behavior pattern called "socialization."

[You know how to react to friends in a familiar setting, but when visiting a new place for the first time & meeting a lot of new people, you tend to be a little more cautious to avoid offending anyone or making yourself appear foolish. Once you've met the new people a few times, and you've become adjusted to how they do things and what they think is acceptable, you start to relax and feel like you fit in. THAT ability to adapt is "socialization."]

Whether he is real or not, you are not "a bad person for falling in love with him;" he's a bad person for manipulating normal human feelings. When an element of your fantasy life has become verbally abusive, and you're blaming yourself for this, you do need to talk to a counsellor or to a therapist (psychologists CANNOT prescribe medication, so go that route first). If this is a supernatural entity manipulating your emotions to suit his needs, that is not a healthy relationship, either. DO NOT become a victim of your own life! Take clear, definite steps to distance yourself from him or from unhealthy subconscious ideation.

Best,
Biblio.
migsly (guest)
 
11 months ago (2016-11-26)
Did I say something wrong? I got my information from The Bible.

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RavenQueen (1 stories) (7 posts)
 
11 months ago (2016-11-26)
Hey guys! I just want to thank you very much for all the comments I received. They helped me a lot.

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rookdygin (24 stories) (4320 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
SamistheMan,

I have QUESTION:

Just WHAT is a Kryahgenetics Egg?

I clicked your link and it mentions Indigo Adults and some...nonsense... About implants before ever getting to a description about this 'egg' thing.

Here's the thing...Indigo's ARE NOT 'Super Psychic nor Alien Hybrids'... The designated word "Indigo" has nothing to do with the color of an aura! Or psychic abilities or Aliens. It is the result of scientific observations by a woman who has the brain disorder called synesthesia.

Here is a link to the web site.

Http://www.indigochild.com/

While I agree Religion and Faith can help with 'demons, malevolent spirits and such'. I just cannot sit by and say nothing when I see misinformation offered as advice. You may not even realize the information is bad. The 'idea' of visualizing something surrounding you, a White Light, Fire, A Box...whatever...as a shield is fine advice, and there are many ways to do it... But the term 'Indigo' is very specific and often misrepresented.

SamistheMan,

If you wish to discuss this please leave a comment on this experience of mine so we do not detract from the O/P's comments thread.

Http://www.yourghoststories.com/real-ghost-story.php?story=16173

Respectfully,

Rook

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Tweed (22 stories) (2034 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
Hi Raven, this demon sounds like your transitioning into adulthood personified. They're just hormonal dreams brought on by an underlying fear of growing up. I think Lady Glow has hit the mark, I second her questions and advice.
You'll look back on this phase and have a laugh at it one day. Everything seems like a big deal when you're a teenager. Don't worry about it.
rookdygin (24 stories) (4320 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
I second Lady Glow's train of thought and questions as well as ideas of staying busy and occupying your mind so you are not dwelling on this.

What you are describing sounds like 'hormone dreams' fueled by reading/watching certain types of fiction.

Not to dismiss your 'experience'. However from the information you have provided this sounds more 'Normal' than 'Paranormal'.

Please start a Journal, if you do not have one already. Document not only your dreams, but other 'odd' happenings around you, in your home... Wherever they might happen. Remember no detail is to small. This will help establish FACTS from which better conclusions can be drawn.

If this 'proves' to be something Paranormal please remember that a spirit can pick up on our thoughts and may use images/concepts from books we have read/shows we have seen to manipulate us into 'providing' the type of energy they need. I do not think this is a case of anything like that but until more details are provided and/or experiences occur/ do not occur, I am, as stated before, with Lady Glow for this one.

Respectfully,

Rook
Unicron1000 (1 stories) (14 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
Love is a strange but very powerful emotion. I don't have a lot of advice for you, other than that it is your decision to make on what you believe. 😊
queenlol (8 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
I had the same thing a little too. But don't worry, it won't affect you cause there is something that you know that you like about your love, but others don't! When I had a dream about me falling in love with a demon, I fell in love with him right away, but we never got married and I never saw him again! But I would be careful, but its up to you! ❤
Monty998 (1 stories) (50 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
This is connected to your previous life and he wants you in this life as well. Half sleep half awake state is when you are most receptive to the other side and hence you can hear him. You were related to him in the previous life. Denying him won't work, you need to get rid of him, having visits from these entities repeatedly is not good at all. It can affect you adversely. They are excellent mind controllers and hence the feeling of love you experience. I don't think a normal cleansing would help in this case, his butt needs to be kicked then and only then he will leave you.
lady-glow (7 stories) (1516 posts)
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11 months ago (2016-11-25)
Have you been reading or watching anything that could have triggered this kind of dreams?

What kind of interaction do you have with real boys in your age group?

Personally, I think that your dreams are normal for your age and will fade away as you get older and more mature, in the meantime try to find a hobby or practice some sport to keep your mind and body busy.

Thanks for sharing.

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