I am having issues with family trouble regarding my sister.She got involved with a man who got her on meth. I don't live in the same town as her and no matter what mundane help I suggested There is always a reason why she can't do it.
SO I went to sleep and dreamed I was at her house which is the house we grew up in. I had a long stick and it was cold outside. There I was drawing a circle of protection around the house and property, doing a protection ritual.
THE DREAM SEEMED VERY REAL. Now my question is this.... did I do some helpful magick in the astral for my sister? or does it mean I need to do a protection for myself? Also my moms siamese cats were there watching me doing the magick Both those cats have passed on.
I'm one of those who does believe that you can do workings from within the meditative state. However I also believe that we can't do much for those who aren't interested. Granted a protective spell is never harmful, and it's not a waste of effort. The day may come when your sister hits bottom, and is in need of help. most likely she'll be drawn to you. In the interim don't push to hard and keep yourself safe. Meth heads can be a whole other world, and to say that they are dangerous is an understatement at best. If you are going to try to use workings to help I definately say do so from a safe distance.
I do readings and practice the occult and this may help you- I recently had a return to my house of three look alikes of my three cats, old cat cloudy and munchkin maybe we are dream sharing or astral projecting together -
I have had a bunch of dreams and delusions and readings about and including a pain stick or bat like hand flapping in peoples faces
Hope this helps
This is a simple mundane option, but have you considered that you may have to call the police on this dude? That may be the best way in the long run. Crystal meth is extremely dangerous and bad for someone's health. This guy could be put away for distributing. And you need to get your sister out of there ASAP. I know you're probably afraid to get her into trouble as well. Maybe there's a way that you can get her out and get him to leave her alone.
thanks for all your help and advice :)
Calling the police can be an option but more often than not the bad guy walks away. If you do decide to call the police , make sure you've got all of the evidence that you'd need to put him in jail. And quite honestly don't tell your sister that you were the one to do it, at least not until everything shakes itself out. Most likely he'll get bail, and there's a strong chance that your sister will be the one trying to bail him out. Life can get damned nasty damned quickly once you start involving yourself in someone else's life to that degree. My advice, be there for her when she has started looking for a way out, but use what is socially available. When it comes to meth and other hard drugs, your sister may not even mentally be in the real world with the rest of us. If nothing else, make sure that you keep yourself safe you can do nothing for no one if you are injured crippled, etc...I know that it sounds like I'm being overly dramatic here... but to be honest I'm actually playing down some of the negatives.
Personal safety first, then feel free to do spell work or meditative work or dream work, anyhow I wish you the best of luck with her.
I recommend that you do not call the police and that you do not ostracize her either.
Drug addicts always need money and/or help. They don't have the luxury of ostracizing anyone. Moonkatt could call the cops on her sister and her meth-head BF 20 times, get them both tossed in the klink to dry out and her sister will still come to her when she needs help/wants money.
I've known extremely close people to get the cops involved in similar situations. Those situations did not end well. The other person may end up resenting you and will turn themselves into a victim and you the antagonist. It is worth a try, especially if things get really REALLY out of hand. I am not fond of cops personally, I know at comment is probably going to label me as a gangster or something, lol, jk. Don't get me wrong, I have friends who are cops, just not a big fan of getting their involvement. Oh and btw I am not a felon, promise! lol.
Also not a felon. My neighborhood came as a real shock and we ended up working a lot with the local police, ended up getting deeply involved with local politics and all of that. So I do have a pretty good idea of what you're dealing with. We'd call the cops they'd talk to the bad guys and occasionally arrest one leaving us to deal with them once they got out on bail. IT worked, but it was just nasty, death threats and all of that.... thankfully they've been gone from our block for the last few years, but it does tend to make me leary of interactions with people who have drug issues. If you're in a truly bad spot call the police, they really can be helpful but keep in mind that they are bound by law and rules of evidence and all of that. Short version, they won't arrest him for just being a crappy guy, and often they won't even frisk someone on a suspicion of drug use.
That all being said, I'll reiterate. Also not a Felon