“The Psychic Vampire Codex” Is Your Introduction to the World of Real-Life Vampires
While fanged immortal bloodsuckers only exist in television and movies, there’s a group of people who call themselves “psychic vampires” because they borrow the energy of others and are often skilled psychics as well. In Michelle Belanger’s The Psychic Vampire Codex: A Manual of Magick and Energy Work, she guides her readers through the modern-day vampire subculture and explains how a normal person who needs to borrow the energy of humans because their body can’t or won’t generate the amount they need to feel healthy and happy often resonates with the myths of the blood-sucking undead.
Belanger also outlines tips and techniques that both psychic vampires and anyone else who is interested in improving their psychic abilities can use if they are curious about energy work. She offers helpful advice on what to do if you encounter a psychic vampire with no manners who attempts to “feed” on an unsuspecting person by providing readers with easy-to-follow techniques to boost one’s psychic protection.
For those who consider themselves to be psychic vampires, she also outlines ethics to follow when feeding on a willing donor so that you don’t accidentally drain them too much either. In the end, Belanger takes away the veil of mystery surrounding the vampire subculture and shows that it’s really a very fascinating spiritual tradition that is based on the ideas of balance, having a strong connection with the spirit world, and rebirth.