Energy Vampires in your life and working environment
How many times have you been in the company of someone who leaves you very drained after interacting with them? Nothing they say or do seems to be untoward, however they suck all your energy out.
If this has happened to you it may be that you were the victim of an energy vampire.
Energy vampires are all over and unfortunately you cannot avoid them. Whatever form they take, energy vampires have one thing in common: They cannot create or sustain their own life force in any positive manner. So they latch on and feed off on others, slowly sucking the life out of them.
In extreme cases they sometimes adopt the character of the victim, and this is often very prevalent in relationships.
It is sometimes easier than other times to recognize a vampire as very often they are the shy withdrawn pale types.Especially if they haven’t had a good feed recently. Other types can be extremely overbearing when fed and will seem to drain the energy right out of the room.
You are the guardian of your own energetic space. And to live a healthy, happy, and positive life, it is absolutely vital that you surround yourself with people who promote the same way of living.
During the last few years, it horrified and surprised me how affected many of my clients were by energy vampires. It became apparent that I’d need to assist safeguard the physical, emotional, and mental energy from victims. And the same goes for you.
There are a few steps one can take to deal with the vampire:
Do not allow their words or actions to linger and crowd your heart space and mind Take a deep breath and let it go.
Keep things light and change the focus. Learn not to react on impulse; instead, go with the flow, and tactfully bring the situation back to neutral ground.
Do not allow them space to get their fangs in keep a good distance energetically.
Recognize when their words or actions are unacceptable. Don’t give them permission to leech your energy.
Adopt a stand-off approach at all times even protecting yourself by crossing your arms in their company.
Subconsciously project to them that they are not welcome to share or feed off your energy.
Do you know what high percentage of general communication is non verbal?
“Dr. Albert Mehrabian, author of “Silent Messages”, conducted several studies on nonverbal communication. He found that 7% of any message is conveyed through words, 38% through certain vocal elements, and 55% through nonverbal elements (facial expressions, gestures, posture, etc). Subtracting the 7% for actual vocal content leaves one with the 93% statistic.”
This brings me to the next interesting part, and that is about body language.I will be writing and sharing on this soon. So kindly follow the blog for some interesting facts you won’t find elsewhere on topics of interest relating to the human mind and potential.