Do any forms of meditation focus on confronting your inner demons?

Do any forms of meditation focus on confronting your inner demons?

Question by Joe: Do any forms of meditation focus on confronting your inner demons?
The ability to understand our innermost fears and vices fascinates me. The manifestation of evil has taken many forms over the course of history, mostly by theological standards. Are there any forms of meditation, spiritual practice, philosophy, science, or even the occult that deal with such an idea?

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Answer by Tommy H
Many forms of fear are human sentiment and attachments. In the spiritual development through Falun Gong practice, one gains wisdom and knowledge from the scripture. One can dig into the root of fear and determines one’s inner attachment. Giving up the attachment also helps to get rid of fear.

On page #107 in the Zhuan Falun Lecture on the web:
” … And when they get scared, now that might bring on real trouble. That’s because when you get scared you have fear, and isn’t that an attachment? And when your attachment comes out, shouldn’t you get rid of it? The more scared you are, the more the problem feels like sickness—that attachment of yours just has to go. It’s to have you learn a lesson and get rid of the attachment of fear, improving yourself.”

Falun Gong is a unique Buddhist School, teaching an ancient practice for the body, mind, and spirit, based upon the universal principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance. Falun Gong consists of five sets of powerful exercises.

Falun Gong, Tibetans,other Buddhists, and Christians have been persecuted in China. The most offensive human right violation is the organ harvesting from the Falun Gong practitioners in China. Can you kindly sign a petition to stop persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, please ?
http://cipfg.org/en/news/petition.html

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  1. Orat AtorMay 10, 2013

    Yes, many do. If you read the accounts of Shamanic meditations, you’ll find that they always contain a negative aspect. Modern people call this a ‘bad trip’ and blame it on the psychotropic drug, but if we didn’t have a “shadow” self, there would be no bad trips. So, learn to deal with yourself. Ceremonial Magicians work with the Lesser Key of Solomon, evoking the demons from the recesses of their inner self to confront them and deal with them.

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