heroine: she basically doesn't attack her (not to mention being scared), but attacks all objects that hinder her connection with Hei Mu. Generally speaking, religious workers judge whether a ghost or spirit is "evil", not from their ability or the offerings clipping path service they receive, but from their "judgment ability", that is, their moral outlook. If a ghost or spirit is powerful, but has no basic "judgment ability", and looks at the problem very emotionally with "those who obey me prosper and those who disobey me perish", this is generally a "evil god". In fact, ghosts and gods "deeply need"
psychological counseling, especially ghosts and gods with more powerful abilities. They are often in a "stupid" period just like human beings at certain times, so they need education and encouragement. Inspiration and change. This is why, there are a lot of records in the Buddhist scriptures, stories of ghosts and gods seeking advice from the Buddha. "Black Mother" especially reminds me of the story of a female ghost named "Hali Emperor": In the Buddha's time, there was a female ghost named "Hali Emperor" who had 500 children. He was born destined to kill the human beings baby as food. Later,
when the Buddha was asked to intervene, he used his supernatural power to hide her youngest son. Emperor Hari traveled the world and could not find the child. Finally, he had to ask the Buddha for advice. The Buddha asked him, "You even lose a child like this. Nervous, not to mention the parents of the only child you hunted down?” Emperor Khalid regretted it, but his destiny dictated that he could only hunt children for food (to put it bluntly: he was a carnivore.) So the Buddha blessed him to change his eating habits so that he could live again. (By the way,