Tag Archives: Seven Deadly Sins

Psychic Attack

in the astralWhat is a Psychic Attack?
Projection of Negative Energies
By Joseph Ghabi

A psychic attack is simply negative energy that someone sends with the conscious or unconscious intention to inflict harm upon you, your life or your family. Harm can be launched towards your emotional, physical, spiritual or mental state. Those negative energies can be projected in the form of thought, based mainly upon jealousy toward you. It can also happen for many reasons other than jealousy.

My belief is that psychic attack can be influenced 98% of the time by someone in your surrounding that you already know, even friends or family members, although is not always intentional. These thought forms can be sent consciously or unconsciously. When they are sent unconsciously, the person sending the thoughts is doing so without their own awareness and jealousy, envy, or anger are usually the Continue reading

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Emotional Energy

consciousness-scale-vibrationHuman Emotions Vibration Analysis Frequency Ranges
By Julia Smith, 2012

The Emotional Vibration Analysis Frequency Chart

Every person on this planet is vibrating at a very subtle hertz frequency rate or their personal vibration analysis. We have a base metabolic rate when at rest, but when events start happening in our lives and our emotions are engaged our vibrational rate changes rapidly and often dramatically.

From the moment we are born our emotions are engaged and our mind then starts learning defense reactions, which are imprinted and stored deep in the mind’s recesses. Continue reading

Gluttony and Lust

nrey ad-1Gluttony and Uncontrolled Sexual Lust
By en.rafed.net, 2009
 
The Prophet has stated; “Refrain from gluttony and over eating because it causes an individual to be hard-hearted; one becomes relaxed and lazy at performing his religious duties; one deafens his ear in what he does, he does not lend an ear to sermons and admonitions. Lessen your gaze for your glance increases your carnal desires and also leads to negligence.”

Explanation

The above mentioned hadith dissuades us from gluttony and lust of the eye [gaze]. Continue reading

Passing By

Maat (Kemeticrecon)I was just thinking…

Life seems to be passing me by.
Death not so To not envy anyone.
for that would confirm my death Not.
so To look at envy and dismantle.
it Not them Those whose thoughts they.
are uttering I sit Read Write Look.
Think All my life Now I see.
their life of death passing me by. Continue reading

The Seven Deadly Sins – Envy

evil eye BWFSWhat Are The Seven Deadly Sins?

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Envy/Jealousy

This capital sin is named envy which is related to avarice and it’s the tendency to be sad by another’s good. And many time, the sadness actually causes the person who is experiencing it to desire that the other person be deprived of the particular good in question.

We know that we are being envious when we feel uncomfortable when we hear someone else being praised. Perhaps you’ll remember yourself in a group of people at a dinner or get-together where Continue reading

The Seven Deadly Sins – Sloth

Sloth Steven BurkettThe Seven Deadly Sins

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Sloth

Like all sin, Sloth is an excess of something good. That something good is leisure and recreation…rest, time off. St. Thomas Aquinas tells us that we take time off in order to be able to work better and we understand from that principle that the purpose of leisure is to enhance our ability to work. And if we ever take too much leisure, to the extent that it impairs our ability to work or the quantity of time we give to work, it becomes sinful…and that is sloth.

Like all the capital sins, it is in all of us to a certain extent — that willingness to take too much free time. If we let it go, it can have devastating effects. The most important effect of sloth is in our spiritual lives. Continue reading

The Seven Deadly Sins – Greed

India and World BankWhat Are The Seven Deadly Sins?

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Avarice/Greed

Avarice (from Latin avarus,greedy“; “to crave“) is the inordinate love for riches. And it’s important to know that it is defined by an inordinate desire not by an ordinate possession. For the poor, when desiring something inordinately, are avaricious.

In order to understand avarice, we need to understand that all made things are made to serve God. When they do not serve God they become disordered. And so it’s necessary for us to use certain things in order to keep our lives going. It’s necessary for us to buy food and use transportation, and to have Continue reading

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