How can you take control of your abductions?
Most abductees want to
know how to stop the abductions. Many have tried various ways to
interrupt the abduction process and some even believe it works,
until the abductions start up again. Some of the more popular
methods to control abductions are leaving bedroom lights on,
keeping a radio or TV on all night long, or setting up video
camcorders with automatic timers to turn on at midnight and shut
off at 6 a.m. The purpose of leaving lights or appliances on is
to scare away Aliens. Using a timer and a camcorder is to record
Aliens entering the bedroom, thus getting proof of their
existence once and for all. Other people have tried motion
detectors or UFO detectors.
As clever as these tactics are,
they havent scared away the Aliens. At least not yet. None
of these electronic devices worked when they were supposed to due
to unexplained power outages during the night. At best, setting
up these devices delays getting into bed. These activities may
even distract abductees sufficiently to feel more at ease about
crawling into bed at night.
The bottom line is that no one
has yet figured out a way to make abductions stop altogether. So,
if abductions cant be stopped, whats the abductee to
do? Try controlling your fear! Some abductees believe in the
power of positive suggestions to control their fear of going to
bed at night. These abductees think a list of positive comments
each night in bed before falling asleep. These comments are
intended to calm and reassure themselves they will wake up safe
and unharmed in their own beds. Other abductees use prayer as a
way to comfort themselves before succumbing to sleep at night.
Adventurous abductees say try
programming your brain! Program yourself to wake up each time you
are contacted by Aliens prior to the start of an abduction.
Waking up interrupts the abduction process because Aliens
supposedly prefer to abduct a sleeping person. Of course, you may
need to go through this repeatedly all night long, an exhausting
ordeal, but there are people who do this. How they manage to drag
their tired bodies to work the next day is another problem to
If the previous suggestions are
too tame for you, consider participating in the abduction
experience. Yes, as a participant, not as a victim. Now, before
you throw up your arms, consider this: these abductions will
continue whether you want them to or not. Rather than fight off
the Aliens every time they come for you, give yourself a chance
to participate peacefully in the experience. How? By programming
yourself to wake up calmly into the abduction experience.
After you crawl into bed at
night, tell yourself that your brain will wake you up the next
time it is contacted by the Aliens. Tell yourself you will remain
calm when it happens. Repeat these instructions to yourself over
and over until you fall asleep. Do this every night even if
nothing happens for a long time. Eventually, the Aliens will
return for you. When they do, you will wake up into the beginning
of the abduction experience and in control of your behavior.
When the time comes, you will
find you are not as afraid as you would normally be at the start
of the abduction process. You may also spare yourself the need
for the Aliens to stun or paralyze you if you can keep yourself
calm. You may find fewer Aliens standing around your bed (and
scaring you!) to escort you out of your bedroom.
If you are one of the lucky
ones, you may be connected with "good" Aliens. These
are Aliens that you enjoy being with, regardless of appearance.
Maybe they healed you when you were sick or just showed they
cared about you. You may be glad they came back for you! You may
find they are letting you walk yourself into the beam of
light--happily and voluntarily. Suddenly, you are not a victim
anymore. You are in control. You will feel like the Aliens are
your visitors, rather than bedtime intruders. Your encounters can
become positive. In time, you may overcome your fear of