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The narcissist may be physically gone but his or her influence remains and it hurts. Whether you have escaped the narcissist or you have been cruelly discarded, the period thereafter is difficult, worrying and painful.

Why can’t you move on?

Why do you keep thinking about them?

How can we exert such a hold over you for months afterwards?

Why can’t you get him or her out of your mind?

Why do you see them everywhere you look? Why does it feel like he or she is still buried deep in your heart?

.Most importantly of all, what can you do to get rid of this feeling?

This is the answer. Through the narcissist’s perspective you will understand why you have been infected, why it is so effective and how you can successfully exorcise the narcissist from your heart and soul

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13 thoughts on “Exorcism

  1. Leslie says:

    The books need to be in Braille ad well.

    1. Sweetest Perfection says:

      Leslie, YESSSS.

  2. Tamara says:

    Best book ever… by HG.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you.

  3. MB says:

    Hello HG, I’m listening to one of my favorite albums since I was a little child. This song came on. I’ve literally heard it hundreds of times, but I never understood what it meant until now. It’s not the innocuous lyric that I sang along to so many times as a child and as an adult. Thank you for explaining it to me. I dedicate this to you. It replaces ‘Snuff’ by Slipknot although I’ll always think of you when I hear that song. I’ll add Paul Simon to the list of your kind. https://youtu.be/IpCcuBIKPBY

    I Am a Rock

    A winter’s day
    In a deep and dark
    I am alone
    Gazing from my window to the streets below
    On a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow
    I am a rock
    I am an island
    I’ve built walls
    A fortress deep and mighty
    That none may penetrate
    I have no need of friendship, friendship causes pain
    It’s laughter and it’s loving I disdain
    I am a rock
    I am an island
    Don’t talk of love
    But I’ve heard the words before
    It’s sleeping in my memory
    I won’t disturb the slumber of feelings that have died
    If I never loved I never would have cried
    I am a rock
    I am an island
    I have my books
    And my poetry to protect me
    I am shielded in my armor
    Hiding in my room, safe within my womb
    I touch no one and no one touches me
    I am a rock
    I am an island
    And a rock feels no pain
    And an island never cries

    Songwriter: Paul Simon

    1. Kel2day says:

      MB, I love Paul Simon, and I miss when songs were poetry and art.

      1. MB says:

        Kel2day, as a kid, my favorite song was ‘Cecilia’. As an adult, it’s ‘Kathy’s Song’. Art Garfunkel was an amazing talent as well.

        Taylor Swift is an excellent, poetic songwriter of today’s generation. Some of her lyrics are phenomenal.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Taylor Swift is going under the Tudorscope.

          1. MB says:

            Great timing as ever HG. (She has quite impressive releases too!) I’m looking forward to your analysis. This one will be easy, though. Listening to her lyrics and observing her has been different since becoming a Tudorite. I’ve been watching her IG live feeds leading up to the release of ‘Lover’ and it is obvious. There’s so much “evidence”. I can’t wait to see which the Tudorscope zooms in on. The world isn’t the same as it was B.H.G. I’m still a fan of her work, but I don’t feel the same about her as a human anymore. One more bubble bursted!

          2. HG Tudor says:

            Yes I remember your early comments with regard to her and it is interesting to see how that has altered.

          3. MB says:

            Your teaching has affected my outlook permanently. Everpresence much?

    2. FoolMe1Time says:

      It wasn’t until this moment after reading this that I also realized what it was about. HG could have written this song.

      1. MB says:

        Yep FM1T. It never seemed like a sad song B.H.G. Now, every time I hear it, I will think of him and what he’s taught me. It’s bittersweet being a Tudorite. Still, I choose knowledge over ignorance.

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