How an inner abyss drags thoughts and emotions down into low states

This talk explains how there is an inner abyss and from its regions, energies go into the psyche and affect it, dragging thoughts, emotions and feelings downward. Thereby increasing low feelings, moods, depression, anger, fears and many more unpleasant inner states.

The inner abyss, the region of nightmares, is related to and is in the same dimension as the outer abyss, or hell and they intermix. As, following cosmic laws, the microcosm is a replica of the macrocosm. The inner abyss drags emotional states downwards, just as after death as the souls (essences) of the dead are also dragged downwards when their circuits of lives are over (look up near death experiences of hell). The talk also explains what to do about the inner abyss and how to counter, and ultimately overcome it.

The second of the questions and answers from the talk ‘Human and Demonic Darkness’ at a retreat in Oregon, USA, in 2009.

By |2018-06-30T12:47:32+00:00October 16th, 2016|hell and demons, video|11 Comments

About the Author:

Lara Atwood is a researcher and practitioner of the native, indigenous Indo-European religion of her ancient ancestors, which is a branch of the ancient Religion of the Sun. She runs the YouTube channel SakroSawel and the website ("sakro sawel" means "sacred sun" in Proto-Indo European). Writing alongside her husband Mark, she helped co-author the book The Path of the Spiritual Sun.


  1. Paty January 5, 2017 at 11:39 am - Reply

    Thank you very much for this brief talk – very helpful. I can very much relate to the disorder of my thoughts and mind.
    And this is why it is so important to fight for the awareness so that through our consciousness we can get an internal order that can
    help us to act intelligently.

    A great talk!

  2. Fotis October 30, 2016 at 10:17 pm - Reply

    That make sense to me even I don’t have the experience of the abyss nor the mechanism we are connected with it.

    I noticed, while I’m getting older, I want to have gradually more order in my daily life. It becomes more necessary and it reminds me how a lot of old people I met are like that, they like to have a certain routine, things to be in an order, avoid changes etc and create this safe kind of environment to live in. I understand that this might be caused by inner states (like fear) but as Mark said this order helps the mind to be focused and I saw the difference myself when I tried it like that.
    I just wanted to make that distinction because sometimes things are starting from a good point but after a while they are becoming mechanically as have happened many times to me.

    thank you for this clear description and explanation!

  3. Roy October 25, 2016 at 9:30 pm - Reply

    I can see how life gets messy when I don’t focus on one activity at the time. This seems to be key in creating an initial order in life and in our psyche which then allows me to spot many thoughts or feelings that else would go unnoticed. Taking the first step in getting organized feels easier compared to maintaining it. In the beginning there’s that enthusiasm and clarity that the extra focus brings. After a bit this seems to wear off and you notice that the egos become stubborn and want chaos. It really takes an effort to hold ground and defend that order while letting go seems to be the easy way out of the temporary “pain” the egos create.

    Thanks for sharing this video. I find it encouraging to hear what we achieve with pursuing this way of living, like severing the connection with the lower regions and further on having control over the mind and feeling the being within. It’s definitely something worth striving for.

  4. john p October 20, 2016 at 7:36 pm - Reply

    While fighting for awareness, there’s always so much to learn from watching Belsebuub’s videos. Another brilliant talk, thanks Belsebuub.

  5. Sue October 20, 2016 at 12:11 pm - Reply

    Thanks for this talk – it must be truly blissful to have the psyche in a state of order over a period of time.

    It’s easy to see, in hindsight, that the longer we stay in a particular ego state, the more chaos we create. The sooner we catch it, the better.

  6. Beyonder October 18, 2016 at 5:22 am - Reply

    Great talk, succinct and to the point. Spiritual insight and wisdom, is definitely more powerful than intellectual erudition. Thanks Belsebuub.

  7. Tina October 17, 2016 at 2:21 pm - Reply

    When I seem to create some sort of order in my daily life I soon realize that I need to put an extra effort into it otherwise it just slips away. Listening to this talk it gave me a clearer perspective why it’s important to persevere especially when in disorder there is a connection to the lower regions.

  8. richard spencer October 17, 2016 at 5:55 am - Reply

    Thanks Belsebuub you explained this very well and I can defiantly relate to the disorder of the mind and trying to slow or stop the constant stream of thoughts that seem to emanate from nowhere

  9. Anne Linn October 16, 2016 at 8:11 pm - Reply

    Thanks again for this. It’s very helpful to watch it, to listen, and to reflect on my own life.

  10. Vadim October 16, 2016 at 5:39 am - Reply

    When I was little, often I used to see “order” as some mechanical rules imposed on my spontaneous natural expressions, limitations to my freedoms, etc., but then there is this other type of conscious order, which comes from inner discipline and the capacity to use the mind as the tool.

    But it is great for me to hear a deeper insight from Belsebuub about how inner disorder is linked with chaotic inferior dimensions and how raised Kundalini breaks this connection. Thanks for this insight.

    Interestingly, Samael Aun Weor explained the term “Kundalini” as the “end” of “Kundabuffer” – the organ which connects us with the lower regions; I had a chance to visit someone in India this year, known by many as “the guru”, and interestingly, he kept telling me about the importance of raising Kundalini (something that will “ground” you in connection with Divinity) before going to any type of advanced work, otherwise it is just too difficult and dangerous.

  11. Neal Fordward October 16, 2016 at 4:00 am - Reply

    Very helpful talk
    Thank you.

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