Glowworm wrote:It seems I'm not allowed to post here to get the attention of Mag and Ash, despite its urgency.
Mm not sure about the urgency, but if HD can't respond as you prefer, this listing might be more suitable:
https://shop.creepyhollows.com/psychic- ... ation.html
Glowworm wrote:My two djinn although released, will not cancel the wishes I asked of them. I know I said I wanted my wishes to come true but, one is a wish to have a relationship with an old crush.
This should be asked directly to the conjurers who bound them, as well as the ones who released them. Have you contacted the conjurers who bind them? And how about the ones who released them? What did they say?
Glowworm wrote:Despite me asking "without harm..." I have been driven mad in order to force me into actions to do with getting him. He is obviously not the one for me and I NEED to cancel this wish.
This may imply deeper psychological problem, besides the wishes. There are several suggestions, for examples:
HOW TO CONTROL AN OBSESSION
The challenge then is to make our obsessions function positively, controlling them so they don't control us, extracting the benefit of obsession without succumbing to its detriments. To do this, the following strategies may be helpful:
1 Distract yourself at varying intervals. Using force of will to tame an obsession is like fighting to overcome anxiety by denying it exists: rarely does it do anything but make it worse. Instead, find something attractive and pleasurable to distract you from your obsession, to provide you a break from thinking about it. This will help remind you on an emotional level that other things in life are still important. Read a gripping novel, watch an entertaining movie, help a friend in distress. Do something that takes you out of your own head.
2 Accomplish a task that helps put your obsession behind you. Sometimes an obsession holds us in its power and refuses to let us go because we simply haven't finished with it. Perhaps we haven't revised a book chapter, haven't planned the last details of a trip, haven't asked out someone on whom we have a crush. Tell yourself that once you've reached the next milestone, you're going to take a break. Often taking a solid step forward in some way frees you to walk away from an obsession temporarily to recharge your batteries. And when you do, turn back to something else in your life you've been neglecting.
3 Focus on your greater mission. As I wrote in an earlier post, The Importance Of Having A Mission, finding and embracing a mission in life will defend you against the sense your life is meaningless. And if you're able to care about a mission that in some way brings joy to or removes suffering from others, you'll find yourself more firmly anchored, upright, and balanced when a wave of obsessive thoughts threatens to carry you away.
4 Adopt a practice that grounds you. Chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo. Meditate. Take up karate. Or dancing. Do something physical in different surroundings to engage a different part of your mind that's interested in other things besides your obsession.
5 Allow time to pass. With time, many obsessions gradually lose their flavor.
6 Listen to what others tell you. If your close friends and family express concern over your being obsessed, they're probably right. Be open to these messages.
I'm not arguing here that we should seek to extinguish obsession; I'm arguing we should seek to control it. Our ability to bend our emotions to our will is poor, but not our ability to manage them. We can make our obsessions work for us rather than work us over. And we can learn to let them go when the time comes.
Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog ... /obsession
How to End a Romantic Obsession
End All Contact: Every conversation, friendly gesture, sexual encounter, Facebook status update, text message, or glance that connects you to him has the potential to keep hope alive, amplifying the obsession. If he won’t cut off contact with you, you will have to do it yourself.
Dismantle the Fantasy: Unrequited love is powerful because the beloved comes to represent something much larger than himself. Winning him becomes tied up with other, more important life goals—one of the most common being the goal of having a committed, loving partner. You don’t have to abandon valid life goals. You just have to reckon with the fact that the object of your obsession won’t help you reach them.
Live With Your Feelings: Romantic obsession can make you feel you must do everything in your power to pursue the object of your love. But it’s often much healthier not to act. Holding back helps you learn to tolerate your distress instead of doing something you’ll regret.
Get Help: If your obsession is limiting your ability to function or spurring you to destructive behavior, don’t go it alone. Look for therapeutic approaches rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy, which helps people identify and change the beliefs that direct self-destructive thoughts and actions, or in dialectical behavior therapy, which emphasizes self-acceptance along with mindfulness and other coping skills.
Mourn: Being rejected by a beloved, or never having his love in the first place, is a loss. Give yourself time to grieve.
Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/ar ... 1/obsessed