best defense is a good offense
So it's been a while since I've ventured over into this topic, however I had an odd theory/experience I wanted to relate or get some feedback on.
Given that a simple "white light" protection is an exercise by which one uses positive energy to form a protective barrier, and that many describe it as taking two possible manifestations, either that of a field of light that others cannot push into, or that of a solid barrier of positive energy that malevolent entities cannot cross.
I have always seen my white light as the latter, as a wall, I have practiced usually by making white light barriers on each wall, then the floor and ceiling. Recently however at my occupation there has been a new entity hanging around that doesn't seem to like me (most don't seem to for some reason of me and absorbing energy cause I'm apparently a jerk like that), one night as I was leaving, I heard a faint growling sound and perceived an aura on the other side of the lobby window as I was locking it up (I'm often the last person to leave).
I decided to test out a little application of this white light and formed a wall, which I then projected directly at it and past it as fast and hard as I could. I think that I managed to launch it through the entirety of the building.
After that I've been practicing this application and movement of the walls, based on the idea that in this sense, the best defense is a giant defensive wall used as a mobile offense... or possibly using a Wizard of Oz reference and dropping houses on people.
Anyone have any similar experience or related knowledge/input?
The maximum effective range of an excuse is zero meters.