. . . if you can tell the difference between good advice and bad advice, you don’t need advice.
Laurence J. Peter
It is often realised that when psychotherapists and therapists give extremely poor advice, they are abusers themselves who do not want to get caught.
Anyone can Google “Self Care” and read a good “Eat, Pray, Love” book for some good advice on taking care of yourself.
What is a therapists job? To recommend a good book or nice place to eat, or to be a solid outside opinion to talk to and fall on? I don’t know about you, but if the standard for life is to go to a psychologist, psychotherapist, or therapist to feel better or to heal your inner sicknesses and traumas; sue me for thinking “take care of yourself” is ill advice.
There are two reasons for such behaviour, and excuse me as an Empath for revealing the horrific truth: they are abusers who took the job to find victims to abuse OR… they just simply give shitty advice.
Now, the first, is not usually taken in kind. Sociopaths and Psychopaths exist, there is no denying that. They can be your mother, father, maid, teacher or even… your local therapist. To me, they are the most malevolent and devious, knowing what job to choose to be seen as the saviour and saving grace, only to manipulate people who need help in obscene ways.
I must admit… I really, honestly, truly, empathetically, do not give even the smallest inkling of shit particles on how this will be received.
People defend abusers all too often, and anybody with a PhD gets a free green card and fresh approval from everyone. How this came to happen? Ask yourselves.
If someone comes to you, dear Psycho, with stories of severe trauma and heartbreak, looking to heal their inner wounds “professionally”, you better at least act the part. At least, that.
You cannot tell someone who just opened up to you, to take care of themselves when they are looking for some real opinions. Well, gee, Doc, I didn’t think of that myself… If only, I could just switch off my emotions and be…. you.
Then, which always happens, people with a PhD will always make fun of those who turn to Divination Tools. It’s so funny how we lost faith in everyone that we decided to turn to something “greater than ourselves”.
With this being the theme for today and honestly, pretty much my whole life, this spell and blog has been a long time coming…
an Anger Banishment Spell is in order…
Anger Banishment Spell
This will remove your anger almost instantaneously, but gradually. It is actually pushing me to type this up, each anger portal being released at a time, witch each word.
If this has not worked for you, it could be possible you are carrying more anger than you bargained for. Repeat this two to three times back to back.
- Half an Onion
- Spring Water
- Black Candle
- Pour the water in the bowl while imagining black smoke filling the entire bowl.
- Sprinkle a pinch-full of salt in the water.
- Place the half onion inside the mix.
- Light the black candle.
- Look at the flame while asking it to absorb your anger.
- Place both hands in the bowl while staring at the flame, chant the following THREE times:
With this Water I Bind My Anger
I Send it Through Salty Springs
It Is My Will, So Mote It be!
“Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation.”
― Graham Greene