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Psychic Attacks Essay

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Psychic attacks can have a tremendous impact on all aspects of our lives, a psychic attack can undermined our relationships by ripping and tearing apart the very foundation in which we have built our lives upon. I was contacted in March of this year by a young man whose life was gravely impacted and torn apart by a vicious psychic attack.

This young man's ordeal started when he approached a psychic that set up shop at a local fair in his hometown, he had never had a psychic reading before and in fact he had often scoffed at the idea of a psychic reading, he probably would've been better off had he never approached this gypsy for a reading. During the reading the lady became insulted and incensed by something he said. I'm not certain what it was that he said, but whatever it was I am sure that he wishes now that he could have taken it back a thousand times over.

During the months that followed the reading with the gypsy, this young man was brutally attacked mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally, long time friends turned their backs on him, his sister attacked him with a knife, and his parents turned their backs on him cutting him off from any and all family support, his fiancee broke up with him, and he was a law student with a promising future who was accused of a felony, convicted his bright future turned dim, and during his three-month stay in the county jail he was repeatedly attacked and sodomized by other inmates, during this time at night when he would try to sleep the gypsy would appear in his dreams demanding an apology, and although he would yell out his apology the attacks only continued to get more and more brutal.

He was convicted of a felony and placed on seven years probation, he was released from county lockup in February of this year, and after going through the run-of-the-mill sites on the web, he finally contacted me, and I agree to take him on as a client. To date the attacks have ceased, but the scars within him run deep and although his sister and parents are now once again in his life, he knows that their relationship will never be what it was, three months after his fiancee of five years broke up with him, she married someone else, and as far as my client is concerned that it is a door that can remain closed.

Psychic attacks are often more brutal than a physical altercation, for when we are involved in a physical altercation once the fight is over the altercation ends and we move on from that experience, a psychic attack is more brutal because the attacks can take place over and over again causing irreparable damage, the attacks can take place while we are awake or asleep, in fact I know a lady who was attacked viciously over and over at her place of employment, it might surprise you to find out that she was a secretary of a Catholic Church.

Those who unleash a psychic attack upon their victim doesn't really care when or where the attacks occur, their only goal is to cause as much harm to their...

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