Eshu-Elegba and Energetic Contracts
They need to be sure the read the small print, the addendums, and the information that is exchanged nonverbally. I am pretty sure that this non-verbal exchange of information is the energy that is passed from one person to another. People need to be sure that they are not signing their life away or putting themselves at a disadvantage.
Most people would agree that energy is information in its most basic form.
We, as human beings, as living organisms are nothing more than energy that vibrates at different frequencies. When we interact with people, our energetic bodies merge and we began to share information with them.
However, there are some people who just want to take and not give.
These people are commonly called bloodsuckers, energy vampires, and psychological manipulators. These are the people who give off bad vibes, or the people you just don’t like, but can’t understand why. They operate based on the 80/20 rule. An even, 50/50 exchange of energy is not enough for them.
They want to suck you dry.
However, they will only take 80% of your energy. They will leave you with 20% because they need to keep you alive, so they can continue milking you for the rest of your life. These people have creative ways of manipulating people. They use all kinds of tactics like guilt, shame, and fear. Their main purpose is to have total and complete control over you, because then they know that they have a huge stash of energy to feed off of.
Negativity will always need some kind of outside source to support it.
Positive energy has its own intrinsic value. When entering into an energetic contract, you need to be sure that you are expressing what your needs are. If people are not meeting your needs, then the contract is null and void. The courts that govern spiritual laws will not uphold any contract that puts one person at a significant disadvantage.
Just remember, people with lower levels of consciousness seek to destroy anything that they feel threatened by.
This is why it is so important for all of us to know our worth, to understand our personal power, and not be victims of energetic vampires. This concept is further explored in the fiction book When The Shadows Began To Dance. It is a book that touches on the healing power of African deities and Orishas.
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