Parasitic Behavior Patterns: Releasing Toxic People from your Life

Parasitic Behavior Patterns: Releasing Toxic People from your Life

Releasing Toxic People from Your Life

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Living in harmony requires that I Release the toxicity of others and finally realizing that other people’s deeply rooted pain, frustration and anger is not my own. Parasites are no longer welcome here. Sometimes the peace that you desire can be challenging to obtain. There can be times when you are not aware that you are being drained by individuals who seek to connect with you in ways that are not healthy. Having recently become aware of this feeling of being drained by people both online and in my day to day life, I have formulated this article to share the ways in which I have been able to begin releasing the toxicity of energy parasites. The parasitic behaviors that many people exhibit goes beyond astrological charts and is more so based on their life experiences. Many people are in a state of depression and imbalance due to trauma or core issues that have not been resolved. However this does not mean that I have to be drained, mistreated or become somebody’s TRASH CAN due to their state of imbalance.

The process of becoming in tune with the natural feeling of happiness has helped me to realize that the unhappiness of others has a way of disconnecting a naturally optimistic person from his or her optimism. A depressed person has a way of reaching out to a balanced and peaceful person, attaching their despondency and gloom to that which is positive and draining that positive energy away. A stagnant complacent person seeks out those who are self-motivated, using their melancholy to disrupt that flow of abundance energy. However the happy, optimistic, peaceful, self-motivated person can maintain the positive energy flowing within.. By being aware of the behavioral patterns of a parasitic person one can avoid the toxicity and negative effects this person can bring to your life. Here are a few signs of a person who has a parasitic toxic nature

 

 The Avid Complainer

Is there a person in your life who constantly complains about their life regardless of how many times you try to offer suggestions that will assist them in changing their lives for the better? This individual may sometimes even go to the extreme of defending their lifestyle and becoming angry or violent when you try to help. If this person always feels like everything you say is directed at them, even when it is not they do not truly want to change their lives for the better and are using their complaining as a means to establish and maintain a parasitic relationship with you. This is a sure sign that you have a parasite and it is time to release them from your immediate circle of friends. I have experienced this parasitic behavior from my own father who would call me on the phone to complain about the woes of his life, I would try to find the light at the end of the tunnel for him but he could not or did not want to see that light. This went on for decades and was a very draining experience for me and eventually I had to protect myself and learn to love him from a distance. We are all worthy of peace of mind. Releasing those types of people from my life has allowed me to live a happier life and attract more positive and empowered people into my circle of friends.

The Gift Giver with strings attached

A person who loves to shower you with expensive gifts, does favors for you that seem out of character yet makes you feel obligated to spend time with them, do favors for them (sexual or otherwise) you are dealing with a person who is a parasite and this person will continue to give you gifts as long as they need to feed off of your energy. It is time to find a way to love this person from a distance.

Sugar Coated Negativity

Do you know someone, particularly online who always begins their sentence with positive sugar coated words and then says something extremely negative or rude while completing their statement with more positivity? If so please note that the character of this person is not genuine and they are here to leech on to your positive energy and will continue to drain you of your positive energy until you have severed the relationship. Remain in tune with your natural state of happiness, think abundance filled thoughts and know that you are worthy of all good things.

The Egotistic Spiritual Leader

A person who considers him/herself to be so spiritual to the degree of obtaining followers, who’s ego has led to the self-proclaimed title of spiritual teacher, leader, or guru and will utilize their spiritual knowledge or information to belittle those that follow him/her allowing this “leader” to drain the energy of others. This contradicts the very lifestyle that a spiritual person should be working to uphold. Do you know anyone that fits this description? If so this is a parasite and steps need to be taken to remove this person from your life. I have found that this parasitic behavior pattern occurs with young women who seek out a teacher or older male/father figure to look up to. When I was much younger I experienced being taken advantage of by self proclaimed spiritual leaders, males who use spirituality to claim sexual favors from naive inexperienced young women. I had to learn that spirituality comes from within and reclaim my own power.

The Subconsciously Jealous friend

Do you know a person who always says how happy they are for you but intuitively you feel like this is not true? A person who tries to find ways to sabotage your relationship with your mate through their comments or behavior? Someone who says that they are happy or proud of you when you are motivated or successful, yet their actions speak the opposite and the supposed joy they express for you seems insincere. A person who befriends you yet out of the blue they will invest a huge amount of energy by being competitive, argumentative or trying to upstage you by using your own dreams or goals as their own. Whether in the workplace, online or in personal life, these “friends” are exhibiting behavioral patterns that are the opposite of a true friend. These are signs of a person who is a parasite and this person does not care for you. Time to cleanse and release them form your life. I had fake friend like this when I was in high school, she was very competitive with me especially around males. Years later, when I first started building a relationship with my now husband, I had a “friend” who would say “girl, you don’t need him, he ain’t all that, he is just trying to keep you away from your friends!” If I had listened to her I might not be writing these words right now. I thought these people were my friends but I had to eventually realize that they were parasites that thrived on my own suffering and I am glad to say that I am very careful of the friends I now keep.

 

Keep the toxic nature of the parasitic at bay by being observant of the nature of the individuals who seek to devalue your happiness by draining you with their dissatisfaction of their own lives.Living in harmony requires that I Release the toxicity of others and finally realizing that other people’s deeply rooted pain, frustration and anger is not my own. Parasites are no longer welcome here. Sometimes the peace that you desire can be challenging to obtain. However if you keep an eye out for the aforementioned signs you can maintain the balance and motivation in your life without succumbing the low vibration frequencies of a toxic person. Remain in tune with your natural state of happiness, think abundance filled thoughts and know that you are worthy of all good things.

~Ayida Honor

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