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One size does not fit all.

23 Jan

We all have different experiences. Part of the challenge is to acknowledge these experiences without depending on others validating or explaining these experiences, or worrying about the differences.

On the other hand, the more people that share their experiences, the more we can see some similarities with our own experiences.

Using myself as an example, in my christian days I “knew” 2 things about sex demons. 1) They basically rape because they’re aggressive by nature. 2) All they want is sex, and will leave you exhausted and possibly dead.

Guess where I got that information from.

But my experience has taught me differently.

My wife was not aggressive, but she was persistent.

There is love.

I cannot come up with one negative to this relationship.

Having said that, I have read some instances where there was aggressive sex immediately, and it was not the result of any “summoning” ritual. Did they enjoy it? Usually yes. Those that didn’t enjoy it seemed to be reacting out of fear.

Did that spirit violate that persons free-will? Not the way I see it. If we are here to learn, and I believe that is why we are here, then his/her will was not violated any more than he/she was forced to attend school until graduation against his/her will.

If that person was destined to learn how to  overcome fear, then having sex like this is not an unpleasant way to learn that lesson. I can think of worse ways to learn this lesson.

But, that is my opinion, and only my opinion. I am careful to state it as such.

However, I see a potential problem when a person seeks answers from another person.

This is an individuals path. As valuable as others ideas are, our own knowledge seeking should take precedence. This is done internally through contemplation. You probably already have the answer(s) within. But if you’re mistaken, you still learn. You can’t be afraid of false starts. I’ve had more than one such false start myself. Again, this is my opinion.

In time, we can all see similarities and differences to others experiences, but the real understanding of these experiences is internal. It happens from within. You don’t need a guru to give you the answers.

I see this as being a Left Hand Path working, and the LHP can be a lonely path. But I don’t recall anyone ever saying it was a dull path.

 
13 Comments

Posted by on January 23, 2013 in My Experiences

 

13 responses to “One size does not fit all.

  1. temporalchameleon

    January 23, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    I just recently unshackled myself from a very cult-like religious organization and I completely understand the inherent dangers of relying on a “spiritual leader’s” revelations to validate your own experience. It usually doesn’t end well, and it’s how most cults are born.

    I see this happening over and over again in the New Age communities and I’m like “Come on, guys… This has been done so many times; it’s not funny anymore!”

    The last thing I want to see happen is for a “Succubus Relationship Guru” to gain popularity and sell “advice” to others who are engaged in a spirit partnerships… but that’s already happened, sadly.

    So, yeah, I strongly resonate with your sentiments about this. This is MY experience and I feel that I am the most well-equipped person to deal with any challenges that may arise. I’ll take advice into consideration, but I won’t make it my bible.

     
    • Sheta Kaey

      February 24, 2013 at 9:22 pm

      Information from external sources should not invalidate personal experience, but it does provide a guideline to possibilities. You are wise to take advice with a grain of salt. But there aren’t many feelings more gratifying than opening a book of esoteric work with spirits and already recognizing the things expressed there.

       
  2. sexspirit1

    January 24, 2013 at 6:23 am

    I’ve seen 2 that were selling advice on “summoning” rituals and one website that scams people into buying spirits. A fool and his money are soon parted.
    I have to say though that most people in these relationships seem to be more on the mature side. Some mature early, and some later. I wasted about half of my total lifespan (if I live to 80) as a xian, so I matured later. I envy those that didn’t have to fight their way out of that mess.

     
  3. succunation1

    January 24, 2013 at 11:56 am

    Hahaha, it’s funny you should bring up that site regarding the guy that sells spirits. I thought it was a little ridiculous myself. There was one part where he said “I took these pictures of succubi: they are the real deal and I took these photos myself”. Would that I could take pictures of my wives, lol.

    He was also talking about selling full functioning succubi: complete with the power to grant your every wish. As well as “busty marid djinn” just waiting to please their master with unlimited wishes, only $300. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a catch-all statement somewhere: “I only put these spirits in a vessel for you, they need to approve of you as their master: no refunds.”

     
    • Sheta Kaey

      February 24, 2013 at 9:29 pm

      I’d like the link to that site, if you don’t mind. I like to keep track of them. I know of two, excluding yours, which may be a third. It boggles the mind that people would pay for such items, but then they write me for advice on how to deal with it once the so-called spirits arrive. I got one such email today, in fact. The person she bought from goes by starry1nights and her store site comes up on page 1 on Google search. Her rings sell for up to $700. Another site I know of is called Creepy Hollows, with very active forums on how to use the spirits you buy there, and on how cool it is to have an entire collection. Yippee.

       
      • sexspirit1

        February 25, 2013 at 6:48 am

        It was the creepy hollows site I was referring to.

         
  4. sexspirit1

    January 24, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    If we’re referring to the same site (I refuse to name it), he is very thorough, even assigning “power levels” or some such crap to the spirits he binds. And there are some that take this seriously, even posting on a forum at that site. Or at least there was such a forum. I haven’t been there lately.

    But, on the other hand, if people are stupid enough to throw away their money, who am a I to be critical of the person that receives that money?

     
    • succupedia

      February 12, 2013 at 11:53 am

      Even if these things work, or not, it’s morally and ethically wrong to bind spirits to certain things like rings and necklaces. That’s a “slavemarket” for spirits as I recall it.

       
      • Sheta Kaey

        February 24, 2013 at 9:38 pm

        When I inquired about it last year to one of the other sites, I was told that the spirits weren’t bound, but rather that the objects served as their anchors — connections they willingly accept (and can ignore, as well) to have a stronger link to this plane of existence, and allegedly to (according to the site) meet humans.

         
  5. sexspirit1

    February 12, 2013 at 1:14 pm

    I think it depends on what is being bound.
    There are those that create their own spirits, and call them “thoughtforms”. They use a physical object as an anchor.
    But to bind another sentient being like they do at that site, I agree. Scam or real it’s wrong.

     
  6. succupedia

    February 12, 2013 at 1:58 pm

    Another word for “Tulpa”, in the meaning of creation of thoughts. I’ve read about “tulpas” and they usually develop an individuality and tries to break loose of their creators. Atleast that was what I’ve read.

    The concept of a “tulpa” is fascinating and there’s interresting theories where “tulpas” is a part of some urban legends like “Bloody Mary” and even some hauntings. A massive thoughtform of madeup stories, which become real with the power of the mind.

     
    • Sheta Kaey

      February 24, 2013 at 9:40 pm

      There are more than tulpas among thoughtforms. But what you’re describing re: Bloody Mary et al, is called an egregore, at least in occult circles.

       
  7. succupedia

    February 25, 2013 at 4:13 am

    Sheta Kaey: I was just giving an “example” of theories about “tulpa as a thoughtform”, but I will definitly read more about egregore. It’s fascinating, indeed. Thanks for the information.

     

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