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5 Ways Energy Vampires Steal Your Time and Life-Force

Posted by on June 22, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments

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There are many different articles describing how to protect yourself from energy vampires. Many people believe that energy vampires are some kind of an evil cult and that chances of meeting one are slim to none. One of the definitions of an energy vampire that seems to resonate with truth is – “a person who is lacking energy of life and is forced (often subconsciously) to obtain the energy from someone other than his/her own higher self”. It means that anyone including yourself, friends and relatives can fall into a state of an energy vampire. Nevertheless, it is important to keep in mind that it is ok to fall, but staying on the ground in the energy deficient state can have harsh consequences and even cause real problems with health.


It is vital to keep your own energy in balance and be able to identify when someone falls into a state of an energy vampire. Knowing the signs can help to protect your own energy and prevent you from being an “energy battery” for those who are lazy to get up. In many cases, energy vampires are people in our close circle, people you know and even your family members.

During my school years (back then my home country Ukraine was still a part of the Soviet Union) we all had to learn “do everything you can to save your fellow comrade even if you would have to sacrifice yourself”. After traveling around the world and coming of age, I realized that it might not be the most effective way to save a person you really care about. One saint once said “save yourself and thousands around you will be saved”. So, if you really want to help someone who is becoming an energy vampire, you should first start with yourself and take responsibility for keeping the energy exchange in balance. If someone is abusing your energy, you should know how to protect yourself. There are also cases when you will need to show some tough love in order to help the other person get back on track. Everyone is responsible for the potential that was given to them on the date of their birth (see “How Knowing Your Cosmic Address can help to Realize your Potential) and it is crucial to protect their own energy in order to effectively realize that potential.

Here are five signs of an energy vampire to keep in mind when interacting with people you know. There is really nothing scary about energy or psychic vampires. When you know the physics behind the energy-informational field, you are able to effectively keep your own energy in balance, as well as truly help others.

1. Do you check who is calling?

Those who are used to abusing your energy are very often first to call and they often do it at a very inconvenient time for you. It seems like they feel when you are vulnerable. On the energy-informational field, we all are connected with each other. When an energy vampire feels that your attention (energy flows where your attention is) starts flowing in another direction, he or she wants to quickly get hold of you in order to re-establish the emotional connection. Thus, when you are involved in something important, don’t forget to turn off your phone or just ignore the caller. If you absolutely have to answer the phone, make sure you let the caller know that you are very busy and if there is no grave danger, you will call back later (even if it is your mom calling). It will help to keep your concentration and complete the task with quality. Try to limit your calls to about 5-15 minutes. Usually if your call is dragging longer and you are not discussing anything important, the person on the other line is hanging on your energy.

2. Do you value your time?

Those who fall into an energy vampire state value their time more than yours; that is why they will always make you wait for them. There are also those people for whom being late is a part of their character. If you are one of those people, just make sure to compensate for the time someone spent waiting for you (sincere hug, a smile, a drink or a small gift could work). If someone acts like it is your fault that they are late, it is a good sign that they are getting ready to suck your energy. You have to remember that time is energy and a valuable asset. Make sure you value your time as well as the time of others.

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