The very simple routine of taking dominion has been a game changer for me, especially when I’ve felt swept into the undertow of life’s challenges, such as those associated with trauma healing and deprogramming.
As mentioned previously in Cabin Adventure : a Simple Lesson on Parasites, there are energetic predators that lurk beyond most people’s vision, take up residence in our spaces, minds, bodies, and auras, and use — to their advantage — our weak spots. At times, these predators relentlessly badger us, disrupt and exploit our emotions, manipulate our thoughts, and influence us in a myriad of ways; therefore, taking dominion is key.
What is taking dominion? It is taking supreme authority or control over and of yourself. In effect, you metaphorically declare yourself a sovereign nation and plant a flag on your land and around the boundaries of your kingdom.
Picture this: the aforementioned intruders have stealthily moved their troops in and are flanking one’s mind, body, spirit, and soul. The invaded individual believes themselves to be the cause of the distorted thought patterns, that their mental issues are the reason they can’t kick the repetitive thought loops, that they are doomed to eternally fight with others, that gaslighting is something they’ll just have to accept as part of their reality, that life is hopeless, that they are powerless, and — most importantly — that they will always remain a victim.
The good news is: this is NOT true. Simply by exercising your will and your words, you take authority back, declare your boundaries and kick the enemy off your land. Those who don’t take dominion — in one way or another — tend to become unhinged social justice warriors; running the lunatic puppet program with an unseen hand up their behind and foreign troops toeing the line.
There was a time period in which I was taking dominion of my being, and of those around me actively – sometimes up to 10-15 times a day. Over time, I found I needed to take dominion less and less.
Here’s the process I followed, and, as always, modify these words to suit yourself. I recommend either saying this out loud or in your mind (especially in cases where you are unable to say it out loud):
I take dominion of my mind, body, spirit, and soul;
And every cell, atom and part of my being;
And all of my bodies, physical and subtle;
And all of their chakras and meridians;
Across all timelines and dimensions, effective immediately.
I then repeat this same process for the people and pets I care about, and especially those whom I’m in contact with on a daily basis. Insert their name into the blank and substitute he or she as appropriate. Note: It is key to take dominion for them (see the variance in the last line), as the goal is to leave them with their sovereignty.
I take dominion of _____‘s mind, body, spirit and soul;
And every cell, atom and part of his/her being;
And all of their bodies, physical and subtle;
And all of their chakras and meridians;
Across all timelines and dimensions, effective immediately for ______.
Next, I take dominion of my space. Again, modify this to suit your needs:
I take dominion of my land, yard, home, property, garage, and vehicle.
When venturing out into the world, I find that I often face Agent Smith types, speaking through those with whom I interact (including beloved family members, friends, professionals, people perceived as authority figures, etc.), so I take dominion before leaving my home, as well as during these unexpected, uncomfortable, and often triggering interactions. Obviously, in these circumstances, it would be wise to take dominion silently. I see it as raising a shield or setting a mental boundary and have been amazed at how quickly people switch back to ‘normal’ when this sovereignty is established. Remember, thoughts are frequency, too.
I take dominion of this situation.
I take dominion of my ______ (insert type) appointment today.
I take dominion over this conversation.
I take dominion of my emotions.
And, for the Agent Smith takeovers or triggers:
I take dominion over _____ (insert name here) for _______ (insert name here).
I take dominion of _____’s mind, body, spirit, and soul for ______.
Taking dominion over many of my interactions, as intuitively guided, has had a beneficial impact on my life. It has resulted in a more balanced experience and I find this process to be extremely helpful on those days in which it feels like a struggle to make it through the day, an hour, or a minute. Other examples include:
I take dominion over my day today.
I take dominion of all my communications today.
I take dominion of this phone call.
I take dominion of this conversation.
I take dominion of my past, present and future.
I take dominion over my life’s purpose.
I take dominion over this fear.
I take dominion over this anxiety.
I take dominion of my brain.
I take dominion of my health.
I take dominion of my [name a body part here].
The last one mentioned (I take dominion of my [name a body part]) has been especially helpful for me, when dealing with random sharp pains or what feels like energetic attacks. In these cases, repeat as necessary.
Lastly, I’d like to address this idea of dominion with the true spiritual warriors who know what we are up against. I invite you, my fellow brothers and sisters in arms, to make this dominion process your own, so that we may energetically and powerfully shift what we are seeing in the collective. Feel and know instinctively what we can achieve, when we unite in dominion. NOW is the time to use the skills we were exploited for, for our future and future generations. NOW is the time to take back our strength. NOW is the time to declare our boundaries on all planes, timelines and dimensions. NOW is the time to wield our true metaphysical prowess.
To quote Nada (Roddy Piper) from the movie They Live:
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass … and I’m all out of bubblegum.”
~ NOSCE TE IPSUM ~