Alcohol, Drugs & Entities

 

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This post is quite different from what I normally write, but when situations keep repeating themselves somehow they become important. I feel today I need to write about this. But where to start? I’ve realised that what I have learnt years ago is still unknown to many or deny or not talk about. Yet drugs, alcohol & entities are an issue in our western society.

Entities. What is that?  Please stay with me and keep your mind open as you read this as it may seems crazy, ‘out there’ or stupid for many. You first need to know that I have no religion, but I do believe in a spiritual reality, not because I was born into this kind or belief or drag into it later in my life, but because I had experiences in the past which made me change my view of this world. All I talk or write about in my blogs and books, is what I know because I have lived and experienced it and still do.

So back to entities. In a nutshell, entities are non incarnated beings, sometimes dead human souls, which are stuck on this plane because they haven’t been able to move on or don’t want to. They are of a dense energy/vibration. Many are negative and don’t have our higher good in mind. They can be in pain or they can be lost but they are definitely not happy beings. They mostly feed on fear and anger, that’s what they thrive on. They don’t have a physical body of their own but they can attach themselves or sometimes enter and possess an already existing living body. Yours, mine, anyone, if we let them.

Now drugs and alcohol are the doors they are looking for. When we get drunk or get high we start “disconnecting ” from our physical body, we drift, we fly, we are not 100% in there. And like any house when we leave our doors open we invite strangers into our space. That’s all they are waiting for. The more we drink, the higher we get, the more they can get in and take possession of the body. Then they can do what they want. We then lose control, do things, say things which are not true to us, which can hurt others, which we often regret later. I have seen angels becoming demons. I have seen faces becoming dark. I have seen the light in someone eyes changing to scary stare. I had to hide because I couldn’t recognise  who was in front of me. I had to run because all of a sudden there was someone else and I was in danger. Have ever you witnessed these kind of changes in people?

Possessions do exist, unfortunately. In most cases, people just get drunk on the week-end, do a few silly things and life keeps going on. But sometimes it can get bad, people can get really hurt, or we can hurt ourselves and mess up our lives.

Maybe it is time to stop idolising this drinking culture we have in our western society.

And by the way why did we name alcohol “Spirits”?

 

 

I have forgotten

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I have forgotten

what it feels like to have a busy mind,

I have forgotten

what it feels like to never have space in between thoughts,

I have forgotten

how I couldn’t look at things without judging them,

I have forgotten

what it feels like to hear words in my head without pause,

I have forgotten

how I used to be still without any stillness,

I have forgotten

the fear of thinking I could be crazy,

I have forgotten

how I used to lose myself in the anxiety of the future,

I have forgotten

how I used to lose myself in the memories of the past,

I have forgotten

how I just didn’t know how to live the present.

Now I remember,

And I look around me to all these faces who are still asleep

and oh, I wish I could wake them up

show them the beauty of life

teach them how to stop their minds

and make them feel the peace of Now.

I have forgotten

but I will not forget

to help everyone remember

who they really are.

K.Wilson

The meaning of life

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What is the meaning of life?

Is it the incessant quest for a future dream object?

The daily building of a future security?

A working path towards retirement?

The search for the happy ending of ever after?

Or is it more noticing what is already there,

what we already have and don’t really need

what our life is full of but that we hardly see

the joy and the love of the present moment

the life and the laughs of the daily instants

the peace and the beauty of nature events

the happiness that is

right

here

right

now.

K. Wilson