Crystal Meth shadow people and demons
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The spirit realm
Whether or not you believe in the spirit realm is a personal choice. Is there life after death? It's all subjective to your geographical location, upbringing, and level of conscious awareness.
I personally believe in energies and communications from things we may not see in our current state of being. I do believe life transcends and continues after death and that we are not here by accident, or mistake. I also believe that drugs and substance abuse opens up receptiveness to these energies that we may, under normal circumstances not pick up on.
How often have you experienced deja vu? Odd coincidences? That gut intuition that warns you unknowingly of a coming threat or danger? That instinct that perhaps has stopped you in your tracks and saved a life? How about the power of prayer? Or the enlightenment of meditation?
Spiritual energies and forces are surrounding us daily. When you choose to consume a toxic drug, such as meth, or even indulge in extreme sleep deprivation (meth produces both) it can force the mind into a state capable of communicating with forces beyond our daily control. Watch out! Because although hallucinations can be fun and entertaining, pushing your mind to a point of no return via drug use can have serious consequences, resulting in permanent psychosis, and even irreversible brain damage. So the shadow people and demons you once found so amusing, will now become your life long buddies as you're strapped up securely in your straight jacket. Secure from everything but yourself and your own mind.
Have you ever seen one?
Have you ever seen or communicated with shadow people?
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What are you really seeing?
As stated before, most drug induced hallucinations will come into play based on your environment, personality, current state of physical health and personal belief system. Maybe the shadow people you see are Amalekites, ha! I couldn't help but add that. When you abuse drugs you are opening yourself to all sorts of spiritual communication. We can look at this by recalling Indian beliefs and religious practices throughout history. Peyote, LSD, Yaba (what we refer to in the US as meth), psychedelic mushrooms and many others have been used in ceremonial practices since the beginning of time. The primary goal was to obtain spiritual communication, healing, tribal leadership, direction, and enlightenment. When you use substances for recreational purposes you hope to buy a round-trip ticket to "take your chance land" have a mental vacation, and then safely return to the platform of reality. Many times experiences are good, beneficial and positive, in moderation...other times they can become evil, extremely unnerving, and provide false-hope information, and essentially a bad trip, which no drug user desires.
Aside from shadow people and demons, toxicity and sleep deprivation affect and disrupt brain function. Which can scientifically explain why we see, hear, taste, and touch things that are simply not there. Or can it? Have sightings of shadow people been seen without the aid of drugs? They most certainly have. The dark countenance and malevolent feelings that are often reported in sightings of these creatures has led researchers to speculate that they may be demonic in nature.
Shadow people and demons
For some undocumented reason besides toxicity, a lot of meth users describe the appearance of shadow people and rarely...demons after use mixed with up to 48 hours or more of sleep deprivation. Methamphetamine as with many other drugs, allows our spiritual bodies to emit a higher frequency of spiritual energy ( In this case lower, which attracts them) more so than when sober.
When you are about to enter a psychotic state from a drug or as I like to call it, a spiritual realm, you typically get warning signs. The "trip" is highly intense during this time period. The warning signs are always hallucinations. The floor may begin to move, objects appear to slide over carpeting, random colors appear on objects. The walls may wave or wiggle, you may hear things that are not there, such as music playing, people talking, or laughter. Any possible hallucination can occur playing off of your 5 senses. Most users enjoy these experiences, and in fact invite them.
Angels and guides are also common visitors during drug use, but this article is not about them, so for now, we will skip that.
The shadow people then make their appearance most often when the trip has peaked or is most intense, they appear aimless, slowing moving, barely there. They have no distinguishable features or characteristics. The same ones may visit on each induced meth trip you take. They may wander past you, you may catch a glimpse of just a part of them out of the corner of your eye. You may see them harmlessly wandering through your garden or in the yard, walking down the sidewalk, even dancing and playing happily. Their presence is uninvited, they may induce curiosity, quickly replaced by fear, anxiety and paranoia. Shadow people, as well as demons feed off of your emotional energy. You may solely see them, or people you are partying with will see them as well, at the same time, doing the same thing. Most people that have never gone on a "trip" cannot grasp this concept and chalk it up to crazy drug addicts spun out of their minds. But identical hallucinations are not uncommon.
As time progress's they will appear in groups, sometimes with spirit children or other hallucinations. They will attempt to make contact, brush against you, whisper or talk. They may try to surround you, or enter you.
If you've reached this point, now would be an ideal time to put down the pipe, (IV, line, etc) have a bite to eat, and get some sleep or enter rehab. Do NOT continue to use. For the most part, they cannot harm you, but given the opportunity they will, mentally.
Shadow people/demons/and low level entities feed on energy, in this case your life force or vitality. They want to suck all the life energy from you that they no longer have. Should this happen, a few things can take place...
Temporary paralysis-during temporary paralysis the shadow people or demon(s) will attempt to replace your energy with theirs. You may physically feel them trying to enter your body and set up shop. Should this happen, it is very disconnecting for the human brain and psyche. If the force leaves after some time, you will often be left for hours unable to move or respond to physical external stimuli, but your wits and senses will return once the drug allowing communication has had time to wear off. The feeling of disconnect has been known to last days after a trip on Meth. You may be tired, confused, fearful, paranoid and anxious. Until your own life energy has time to replenish, you will often feel the described symptoms as well as void of emotion.
If your mind is unable to handle, process and cope with these unwanted visitors, you could be left in a state of long-term, or permanent chemically induced psychosis, which is not a pretty place to spend the remaining time of your life. At the point of permanent psychosis, you will be left with fragmented pieces of previous trips and life. You may hear voices, and have trouble with any and all bodily functions. Often a victim will be labeled as mentally ill, schizophrenic, manic depressive, bi-polar, etc...shadow people have been documented to appear in a non-drug state of mind, at this point, they are harmless and have nothing more to feed off of.
Often times treatment will require lifelong therapy, and medications, returning to the "normal" you knew before is not always possible. Shadow people and demons are not a necessary ingredient to cause psychosis, obviously brain damage from any type of substance or malnutrition can cause this as well.
The moral of the story; when you use substances for recreational purposes, you take your chances. No one can tell with any certainty the limits your unique mind can tolerate, handle, and be talked down from.