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Anxiety Attacks


To start with, a few facts of which you are probably aware - the question of symptoms which indicate that your problem is periodic or chronic anxiety. These symptoms can be classified in the following categories:

Physical:

Increased heart rate, increased sweating, cold skin and cold hands and feet, nausea, rapid breathing, tightening of the muscles, loss of appetite, back ache, digestive problems, headaches, problems with sexual activity, pains, feeling of tiredness, the need for frequent evacuations and many others.

Emotional:

Apprehension, mental chaos, inability to concentrate attention, poor self-esteem, a sense of losing control and despondency, depression, frustration, hostility, helplessness, irritability, exasperation, apprehension, nervousness, lethargy, difficulties with sleeping, resorting to alcohol or cigarettes, lowering of the sexual drive, difficulties in reaching decisions, loss of job satisfaction, seeing situations as a threat not a challenge, a strong generation of negative thoughts, a loss or collapse of self-confidence, a reduction of attention, lowering of the ability to concentrate, a rapid loss of energy because of distraction and frustration, and many others.

Regarding behavior:

Resorting to psychotropic drugs, pettiness, biting fingernails, irritation, defensiveness, criticism, aggression, irrationality, exaggerated reactions, fall in effectiveness, negative attitude, loss of objectivity, problems with memory, making lots of mistakes, increased susceptibility to accidents, lack of concern for one's appearance and many others.

The aim of this article is to unambiguously describe the chief cause of the creation of strong anxiety states (anxiety attacks) and long-lasting stress and to provide an understanding of what to do to free oneself of these binds, I'm not dealing here with temporary irritation or with short-term anxiety attacks. What I have in mind here are really powerful negative emotions or long-term emotional tension over which we sometimes have no power, which sometimes run out of our control and which generate situations leading to an expression of powerful negative emotions directed against ourselves or others, the effect of which are emotional devastation (when we destroy our ties with others) or material destruction.

Contrary to appearances, many people experience such very powerful negative emotions (anxiety attacks) even if they are reluctant to admit to it. Many of us try to keep them under control but it is certain that only a handful of people know their true cause.

We will set out here the cause of anxiety attacks which don't necessarily manifest themselves through importunity, a desire for expression, but which rather reveal themselves through constant anxiety, a prolonged state of nervousness, a state of chronic terror. More often than not the victims of these kinds of anxiety attacks are unable to assess what it is that provokes this state. We feel that we're afraid, but we have no rational reasons to be in such a state. Nothing threatens us yet we are afraid. Psychology has found a way of describing this condition - a phobia. Nor am I talking here about strong manifestations of phobia because this is about all states of anxiety, both major and minor, which reveal themselves chronically, which are with us virtually constantly.

And now for a few facts about which you most probably have not heard before. It could be that you sensed that this was so but you couldn't express this feeling clearly. What I'm about to say in just a moment may seem to you to be stupid, foolish, senseless. But it is just possible that you'll say - heavens above, this is exactly what I've been looking for. The more you revolt against it, the greater the aversion you feel to it, the more essential to you is the knowledge presented in these pages.

The cause of the majority of anxiety attacks is... possession by ghosts. A ghost is a being which, after the death of the physical body has not departed to “Heaven”, to God. Instead of that it has, for various reasons extensively described in these pages, decided to remain in the world of the living. It visits people in order to steal their energy so that it can live. The instinct of self-preservation.

How is it, however, that things reach such a pitch that the ghost which has possessed a person evokes in them emotional states that are so fatal in their consequences, even ending in the blackest of tragedies? In order to understand this one has to follow the path of the ghost which instead of going to the other side of death's curtain has decided to remain in the world of the living. It must be borne in mind that after leaving the physical body, the soul goes into a world whose chief component are emotions, passions, desires. That's why, from the emotional point of view, great changes take place which are most often not noticed by the soul itself. Such a ghost ceases to be capable of controlling the level of its emotions. It becomes the emotion. If, at a given moment, something causes it to be frightened, then it will become the fear. If something causes it to be upset, then it becomes the fury. It cannot control the level of the anxiety or unease coursing through it. It simply becomes that emotion. This explains why the presence of a frightened ghost in a person's body provokes such powerful emotional states and anxiety attacks. It also clarifies where such powerful doses of negative emotions, like anger, fury, hatred, and vengefulness come from. The ghosts simply are those emotions, they are unable to modify this intensity. Most often a ghost will habitually fear a quite specific dependency and will be drawn to those living people who exhibit the same emotions. This causes a very serious problem for many people. They are tossed by emotions which they find hard to control and which, additionally, aren't even theirs. Hence the reactions of people possessed in this way are completely inappropriate to a given situation. For example, someone spills a drop of coffee on me, and I react as if my life were in danger: I shout, I rage excessively, I may even become aggressive. Later, when I am told about it (because often I don't remember it) I ask myself with shame how things could have reached such a pass. Similar things happen in the case of not only anxiety attacks but also prolonged anxieties. We are possessed by a ghost which is notoriously afraid of something, e.g. of developing some disease. And now a minor, temporary health problem (e.g. a cold) will grow into a life-and-death problem. It seems to us that our health will shortly deteriorate and that in the best case we will end up in hospital and in the worst in a funeral parlor. We must remember that it is we who create our reality through our thoughts and our emotions. If, over a long period, we inflate a certain thought with our emotion then we can be absolutely certain that the very thing we are thinking will materialize. What consequences will this have for the person who is possessed by a ghost fearing for its health? That he or she might soon be stricken with something not very serious, then with something more serious and so on. The same process works in the case of other anxieties - financial, interpersonal relations, the finishing of a project, passing an exam, receiving a pay rise etc. There is no need for me to mention here how tragic the consequences of this kind of dependence and anxiety attacks are, consequences the majority of people know little or nothing about, how much suffering is undergone by a huge number of people all of which can be avoided by an awareness of the fact that things like ghosts exist and that we can be protected from their influence on our lives. This entire internet service is dedicated to creating and spreading this awareness.



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