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How to stop attacks?

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Fri May 26, 2017 2:32 pm

Okay so I work in a residential direct care facility. The people I work with in particular are behavioral- meaning they have high risk behaviors. I have noticed the pattern that my non-verbal client acts up near the new moon. It is odd because most of the time behaviors act up near the full moon.

My question is: Does anyone know of anything I could do so that we don't get attacked as often? I cannot give him anything orally if not prescribed. However, I was wondering if a protection spell or something else might work.

This particular client I work with is very "with it" and knows precisely what he is doing when it comes to his behavior. They act like a spoiled child and throw tantrums. Today, though I have been attacked several times and I am hoping for something that might aid me in my job.
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Re: Wondering

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri May 26, 2017 4:29 pm

You might consider placing protection sigils on the bottoms or insides of your shoes since anything loose worn or carried is a potential hazard. Make a note of the pattern you've seen in the person's chart when you record their behavior.
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Re: Wondering

Postby Ashrend » Fri May 26, 2017 4:38 pm

Because you have to remain a professional you can't do anything to or with them, I suggest what spirit talker said, protecting yourself. Not to mention even magic with a good intent could reverse back at you as you are essentially trying to manipulate another persons free will, even if it is for the greater good of staff and their mental health
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Re: Wondering

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Fri May 26, 2017 4:38 pm

Yup, definitely do that last bit. Guess I will be looking up some sigils when I get home.
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Re: Wondering

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Fri May 26, 2017 6:17 pm

Ashrend wrote:Because you have to remain a professional you can't do anything to or with them, I suggest what spirit talker said, protecting yourself. Not to mention even magic with a good intent could reverse back at you as you are essentially trying to manipulate another persons free will, even if it is for the greater good of staff and their mental health


I actually refrain from manipulating another's free will, even when it comes to binding. I give them the choice to change or I give them an ultimatum (for example an ex-boyfriend who has turned out to be a serial rapist- either change or not have the ability to keep a strong relationship of any sort, which seems to have worked out). I'm not sure if that is how it works. I didn't want to do anything to my client, in particular. Just trying to figure out protection at this point.
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Re: Wondering

Postby Ashrend » Fri May 26, 2017 6:22 pm

Maybe ask for some bespoke training, iv just left my job where there was high risk clients, studio 3 works pretty well but is more preventative than during the incident, I would just research into protective charms and find ways to carry them around with you to help deflect blows and grabs
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Re: Wondering

Postby Shawn Blackwolf » Fri May 26, 2017 11:04 pm

It is perfectly okay to protect yourself.

Whether modern day Wicca, or the far older Craft, we never held back on that if we had any self survival sense.

And if the person who attempts to harm others, is harmed in the process of a Witch protecting themselves, then it is
that person harming themselves, not the Witch.

Now , the rune most used for protection, was fleshed out into looking like a flower by the Amish, and called a hex sign
and was placed on barns and houses for that purpose.

Yet it takes but a moment of intelligence and contemplation, to realize where it came from, as it is even in the name.

The Hexen were the old Germanic Witches.

So here is your symbol which you could draw on your body in henna under your clothes, buy it as a jewelry piece to
wear under your clothing , or any other variety of methods, including drawn on parchment paper and carried in your pocket.

http://www.city-data.com/forum/members/ ... volent.jpg

Remove the letters going around the central circle, and you do not need the blue lines in the center of the petals.

The old sound/ sonic for this is Ay - Yer, which can be whispered under your breath if you choose to, or need to.

Best to you !
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Re: Wondering

Postby planewalker » Fri May 26, 2017 11:23 pm

You might want to find something that might mentally stimulate him, in either a mundane or esoteric manner. If he is "acting out" at the new moon, his brain waves may have an interference effect that causes him to lose self control so he can not stop the attacks. If he is in this pattern of behavior, and doesn't have violent tendencies at other times, his Delta and Alpha wavelengths are probably in a dissonance resonance pattern.
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Re: Wondering

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Sat May 27, 2017 8:05 am

planewalker wrote:You might want to find something that might mentally stimulate him, in either a mundane or esoteric manner. If he is "acting out" at the new moon, his brain waves may have an interference effect that causes him to lose self control so he can not stop the attacks. If he is in this pattern of behavior, and doesn't have violent tendencies at other times, his Delta and Alpha wavelengths are probably in a dissonance resonance pattern.


I don't want to give too much detail over the client, due to HIPAA. All I can say is he has a genetic disorder that causes him to constantly want to eat due to lack of efficient mitochondria and requires a high protein, low carb diet. I'm pretty sure that has something to do with the behaviors that he has. I'm just confused as to why I'm suddenly getting attacked after almost 6 months of working there, because I've never had issues up until the last month.
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Re: Wondering

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Sat May 27, 2017 8:06 am

Shawn Blackwolf wrote:It is perfectly okay to protect yourself.

Whether modern day Wicca, or the far older Craft, we never held back on that if we had any self survival sense.

And if the person who attempts to harm others, is harmed in the process of a Witch protecting themselves, then it is
that person harming themselves, not the Witch.

Now , the rune most used for protection, was fleshed out into looking like a flower by the Amish, and called a hex sign
and was placed on barns and houses for that purpose.

Yet it takes but a moment of intelligence and contemplation, to realize where it came from, as it is even in the name.

The Hexen were the old Germanic Witches.

So here is your symbol which you could draw on your body in henna under your clothes, buy it as a jewelry piece to
wear under your clothing , or any other variety of methods, including drawn on parchment paper and carried in your pocket.

http://www.city-data.com/forum/members/ ... volent.jpg

Remove the letters going around the central circle, and you do not need the blue lines in the center of the petals.

The old sound/ sonic for this is Ay - Yer, which can be whispered under your breath if you choose to, or need to.

Best to you !


Will definitely look into it. My family is Irish and Amish on my mother's side, so hopefully this works!
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Re: Wondering

Postby planewalker » Sun May 28, 2017 9:10 pm

I wouldn't want you to step on the confidentiality you must keep for a patient. If I intrude, let me know I'm over the line. I'm just attracted to mysteries. Watched to many Basil Rathborne,Nigel Bruce-Sherlock Holmes movies when I was a kid. Hypothetically, a patient with no history of attacking someone has had a change in psychology or physiology if the action presents suddenly. Did the HP attack anyone else who hypothetically took care of said patient during the last 6 months? I assume the HP has a Hypo. family that visits HP and HP is aware of occurrences in said H. family. Any change there? Change in room assignment?

Could someone be sneaking candy or high carb food to HP causing "sugar rush"? Has Hypo. Caregiver (especially if HC was primary Caregiver for last 6 months) changed soap, shampoo, perfume or other such items? Any change in HC's uniform, hair-do or color? Have meds or meds schedule been changed? Has HP been on a new schedule? We have to find what has changed. If it's nothing like these suggestions patient may be presenting with the start of a medical problem. Tumors or other growths on or around the brain, brain stem or associated glands could be at fault. Please keep me hypothetically advised.
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Re: How to stop attacks?

Postby MsMollimizz » Mon May 29, 2017 10:13 pm

FlyingPeregrine wrote:I have noticed the pattern that my non-verbal client acts up near the new moon. It is odd because most of the time behaviors act up near the full moon.

My question is: Does anyone know of anything I could do so that we don't get attacked as often? I cannot give him anything orally if not prescribed. However, I was wondering if a protection spell or something else might work.



FlyingPeregrine,
Might I suggest watch the lunar cycle and when you work on the New Moon try this...
As you get ready for work, all dressed and such(make-up?), surround yourself with
a silvery bubble of protection. Fill yourself with calming energy, see it fill the bubble...
When you get into the area where the patients are...send the energy from inside the
bubble out into the area. See it fill the whole area, surrounding the patients too.
Its not changing them or their free will, its just calming them down a little.
I've worked in that kind of place myself and it has worked for me, my patients weren't
as high maintenance, but it helped.
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Re: How to stop attacks?

Postby FlyingPeregrine » Tue May 30, 2017 1:45 pm

MsMollimizz wrote:
FlyingPeregrine wrote:I have noticed the pattern that my non-verbal client acts up near the new moon. It is odd because most of the time behaviors act up near the full moon.

My question is: Does anyone know of anything I could do so that we don't get attacked as often? I cannot give him anything orally if not prescribed. However, I was wondering if a protection spell or something else might work.



FlyingPeregrine,
Might I suggest watch the lunar cycle and when you work on the New Moon try this...
As you get ready for work, all dressed and such(make-up?), surround yourself with
a silvery bubble of protection. Fill yourself with calming energy, see it fill the bubble...
When you get into the area where the patients are...send the energy from inside the
bubble out into the area. See it fill the whole area, surrounding the patients too.
Its not changing them or their free will, its just calming them down a little.
I've worked in that kind of place myself and it has worked for me, my patients weren't
as high maintenance, but it helped.
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Will have to try this, too. Thanks!
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