Witchcraft: It Is Not What You Think It Is But It Is More Common Than We Think It Is (Part 3)

Published November 15, 2016 by jptan2012

In the first two parts of this post, I talked about how witchcraft is more common that we think it is, shared with you some real stories about witchcraft, and also a short thing on what makes it effective.

This is going to be the shortest of all posts about Witchcraft series. First, if you want to protect yourself from witchcraft, I suggest that you read my post written months ago on the 5 effective ways of protecting yourself from witchcraft. You can see the link below.

But what can you do if you suspect witchcraft is being done to you. First, you have to be absolutely sure that whatever you are experiencing, if its a form a of an illness, doesn’t have a natural cause. This means that you will have to see a physician first. If you have ruled this out, then I suggest seek somebody who is familiar with these things, and make sure you trust this person. If you are Catholic you can talk to your priest about this. Please do not get disappointed or discouraged if their initial reaction is the possibility of a natural cause. This should be expected and should be appreciated.

The most common question is as to what are the cures for witchcraft. In all the stories that I shared, there is no common cure or approach that my Guru Lama suggested. The way it was handled is unique and catered to each case, because there are different forms of witchcraft or sorcery. Some of the most common amulets used were the Vajrapani Ruel and the Surangama Mantra Amulet and salt, but even these are dependent on the severity of the witchcraft and as to how it is being done.

But the most important of all is to make sure that you protect yourself even before the witchcraft happen. Aside from the amulets or suggested things in the earlier post. One way to protect yourself is to have a strong relationship with the higher beings, whether it you consider the higher being as God or Buddha or Allah. Sincerely doing good things for other people is also an effective protection, because it increases your good karma and good chi.

You can read the other posts on this series:

  1. Witchcraft: It Is Not What You Think It Is But It Is More Common Than We Think It Is (Part 1)
  2. Witchcraft: It Is Not What You Think It Is But It Is More Common Than We Think It Is (Part 2)
  3. Witchcraft: It Is Not What You Think It Is But It Is More Common Than We Think It Is (Part 3)
  4. Five Ways to Protect Yourself From Evil Eye and/or Witchcraft.

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