It is human to focus on danger. This is a problem. It is fair to say that one would move past a cellar door while running from a tornado. This shows that fear does not lead to safety it distracts. Truth can be the focus.
Here are some lessons I have learned:
1.Gratitude Leads to Plenty.
In the past I feared a lack of resources. One mistake or misfortune can easily lead to homelessness. I got out of this rat race. Instead of focusing on possible downfalls I focus on what I have in abundance.
I try to find someone who needs what I have in excess. The more I do this the easier it gets. I do not always get this right but when I do I receive blessings.
This starts an exchange of goods in which my needs are met. I have become aware that there is no lack of resources on this earth. However, there is a lack of love. Love is a verb and Loving one another works.
2. The Protection of the All Mighty God is More Than Sufficient.
It only takes one miracle to make a believer. Yes, I have been attacked by the occult through the process of sharing my healing. Each attempt was blocked. My faith has increased profoundly with each instance. I do not know the future, but It looks like they will eventually see that attacking me works against them.
3. Fear is the driving force behind occult practices.
Magic costs and then it costs more. The practitioners are only trying to defend themselves. They, like anyone, need safety. At a young age they are weakened by abuse and given methods of defense in exchange for their participation.
It enslaves, the practitioners of magic. When I refused the occult, I choose freedom.
I am not saying that I am never afraid. I am saying that I am aware that fear is destructive. With each challenge I feel less and less fear. This is a long process for those who have been abused in rituals. The rituals cause the delusion that the occult is all powerful. It is a delusion, so much so that they use hypnosis to inflict fear upon the children during their formative years.
This is worse for us. However, fear effects all people at some points. Being in the process of surviving ritual abuse is hard but it has forced me to overcome something that most people deal with.
The lessons that we learn through our healing process can be shared with everyone. All things can turn good for those who believe in God.