Spirits, Ghosts, Energy Bodies, Psychic Attacks, Aura, Devils

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Spirits, Ghosts, Energy Bodies, Psychic Attacks, Aura, Devils

What is an entity or spirit?

  • The energy bodies (vehicles) of a dead relative, even your loving grandmother who was so depressed when she died
  • The energy bodies of a dead person who is wondering around, lost between dimensions, does not know he is dead,
  • The energy bodies of a person who died in a home, or another location. Who does not know he is dead and remains emotionally attached to the place
  • Energy bodies of an enemy, friend, family member from a previous lifetime
  • The energy bodies of a person who died in hospital, nursing home, cemetery and has not yet gone into the light
  • The energy bodies of your spirit guides who may never have had a physical body
    Astral particles with consciousness which can be a blob or an octopus shape or a variety of other shapes

Your energy bodies

As you can see, the real question is “What are energy bodies and do you have energy bodies in addition to your physical body?” Yes, you have energy bodies that are part of your human assemblage, we all do and what these bodies do after the death of your physical body is very, very interesting. You too can become an entity after the death of your physical body. Don’t you think it is time you learned more about your assemblage?

How to Recognize An Entity Attack / Spirit Attack

These are a few of the symptoms of an attack by an entity or entities. These attacks are not limited to adults. Many young children who wake up screaming in the middle of the night are under attack. The most obvious sign is the feeling of a presence; sometimes our pets can warn us about that presence through body language that “something, someone” is there

  • Waking up in fear at approximately the same time every night: waking up with compulsive, repetitive thoughts
  •  Panic attacks
  •  Compulsive thoughts you cannot control
  •  Feelings of pending doom or fear you cannot control and do not appear to be related to anything that has actually happened in your life
  •  A compulsive negative thought or urge that is inconsistent with your true nature
  • Prickling, stinging, itching, jabbing of the skin
  •  Sudden increase or onset of a physical pain or condition for no apparent reason
  •  Sudden onset of feelings of dread
  • Sudden need for alcohol, sugar, drugs, sex (Note: without an entity attachment you can chose to drink or not drink; with an entity attachment the entity makes the choice, you don’t, and you end up drinking or smoking or eating when you don’t really want to or know you should not)
  •  Waking up at night in a semi-comatose state, unable to move but perceiving that someone/something is having sex with your body; not necessarily unpleasant

Entity attacks

These entity attacks can drive you to drink, take drugs, commit suicide, beat your children, or act out in bad ways. That is the point, to beat up on you enough to get you to feel or behave in ways you would not willingly choose. For those of you who have spent months or years not sleeping well, these attacks are usually the unseen factor.

A special note about small children:

Many small children are under psychic, entity attack when they wake up in the middle of the night screaming. Yes, their stomachs are upset; yours would be too if you were so afraid. These are attacks designed to break down the consciousness and aura of the child (and also the parents) and when that objective is met, the attacks stop. The entities have broken the child’s aura and now have a home inside the child’s energy system. These entities can then lay low for years, waiting until a crisis, to act up. Acting up means bouts of rage, depression, or other behaviors not normally exhibited nor compatible with the child’s personality. Many times you can actually “see” the change of expression on the child’s face when he “acts out”. The face is different because the entity has taken over part of the physical body of your child.

How to Recognize Entity Attachment

These are a few of the symptoms of entity attachment also called entity possession.. Remember, the entity could be your grandmother that died years ago but was very attached to you, (or you were attached to her).

1. involuntary movement of a part of your body: a twitch of the eye, an arm that stays in a position you did not choose, a snarl on your face that you try to change and it keeps changing back, convulsions, epilepsy, tics, finding you frequently have one leg lifted off the floor when you would prefer to have both feet flat on the floor, head tilted to the side when you would prefer to have it straight; the list is endless
2. depressions that won’t go away
3. anger that is inappropriate for the circumstances
4. fear that is inappropriate for the circumstances,
5. phobias
6. unnatural inclination that you would prefer not to have (not your choice if you could chose)
7. personality traits that you would prefer not to have
8. sudden “landing on you” of anger or depression (“all of a sudden I got so depressed…”) for no apparent reason

What to do to clear entities and send them on their evolutionary path:

All of the items listed below heal your home or workplace and release the spirits/entities, either by making the frequency incompatible with their frequency or by healing your aura or the aura of your home.


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Healing Bipolar Disorder

Have you come across someone who was screaming for no apparent reason? Maybe they are yelling profanities, talking to themselves, or they are thinking of suicide?

Bipolar disorder has boggled the minds of scientists and researchers since the second century, when it was first recognized as some type of a mental illness (although not called bipolar disorder back then).  The old church was quick to recognize mental illness, however, calling people with mental disorders “witches,” or accusing them of “entertaining demons.”

Recognizing that the major characteristic of bipolar disorder is the extreme mood swings from mania (high highs) to depression (low lows), and the sometimes rapid switch between these two extremes, you might question sometimes if you really might have demons in you.

Can evil spirits cause physical disease or mental illness? The Bible indicates that Jesus cast demons out of people, so do demons still possess people today? Do illnesses such as schizophrenia, epilepsy, or bipolar disorder have only natural causes? If not, how would a medical doctor, psychologist, or pastor know if there may be a supernatural cause?

Formerly known as manic depression, bipolar disorder gets its name from the unpredictable mood swings ranging from the pole of extreme highs (mania) to the pole of deep lows (depression).

Imagine the emotional high you feel after a very positive event—like receiving an award at work, falling in love, or reaching the top of a mountain you’ve climbed. Then multiply the intensity of that feeling three or four times, speed it up to “fast forward,” triple your energy level, and imagine feeling that way around the clock for days, weeks, or even months until you collapse from exhaustion. This is a little of what mania feels like.

“At least one person of every one hundred suffers from bipolar disorder.”

What’s the problem with having so much energy? here’s the problem: First, you are probably doing a lot of exaggerated, unwise things during your manic state. Many of your ideas are unrealistic and your perpetual motion and excited, exaggerated talking tend to alienate even the best of friends. Second, your high to end. When it does, you come crashing into deep depression. Ten to fifteen percent of people with bipolar disorder end up committing suicide.

At least one person of every one hundred suffers from bipolar disorder. The illness typically begins in the late teens or early twenties with men most likely to first have an episode of mania, and women more likely to first experience a depressive phase. The earlier bipolar disorder begins, the more severe the course of the disorder tends to be.
Unmanaged bipolar disorder wreaks havoc in one’s personal, vocational, and family life, and the symptoms recur throughout a person’s life. Over a ten-year period, people with bipolar disorder experience an average of four episodes and five hospitalizations. Even those who have few repeated crises can experience significant ongoing problems between full-blown episodes.

Mania

People in a “manic episode” are excessively elated, irritable, moody, and energetic. They have little need for sleep (two to three hours per night is common), have rapid and pressured speech, racing thoughts, and may jump abruptly to unrelated topics without transitions. They are also distractible and impulsive. Some drive recklessly. Others go on wild spending sprees, running up thousands of dollars on credit cards or bouncing check after check. Many have an exaggerated sense of their importance and abilities.

In milder manic episodes, the increased energy, rapid thinking, and limited need for sleep can temporarily lead to incredible productivity. People can also become extremely outgoing and sociable and may be convinced that they are brilliant conversationalists or the life of the party.

In severe manic episodes, people with bipolar disorder become psychotic; that is, their thought processes and ability to judge reality are radically impaired. They may begin by being slightly overconfident about their abilities, eventually becoming convinced that they can predict the future or run the country.

The elevated, expansive mood that is part of bipolar disorder is often difficult to diagnose at first. Many people think a manic person is simply a very happy, high-energy, elated person. They do not recognize that the mania may also cause the person to be paranoid, irritable, and excessively intense. Mild mania is easily confused with normal mood fluctuations.

People with the disorder have to see many different doctors over a period of several years before someone diagnoses the real cause of their problems.

Depression

Depressive episodes of bipolar illness are characterized by the opposite of the manic pole of the emotional continuum. People in depressive episodes feel sad and depressed. They have low energy levels, an increase or decrease in sleep, loss of interest in enjoyable activities, feelings of worthlessness, difficulty concentrating, and suicidal thoughts.

“Some people with the disorder have to see many different doctors over a period of several years before someone diagnoses the real cause.”

Some typically alternate between the extreme moods of mania, depression and normality. Occasionally, however, both the mania and depression are experienced at the same time. This is referred to as a “mixed episode.” Such an episode is characterized by irritability, anxiety, feelings of worthlessness, and sometimes suicidal thoughts accompanied by high energy and activity levels, decreased sleep, and impulsive behavior. Mixed episodes can be extremely dangerous if the person is suicidal, because the manic symptoms may give a person enough energy to carry out the suicide plans which the depression has triggered.

Family Stress

Both manic and depressive episodes place incredible stress on friends and family. Since people in a manic state can be unreasonable, emotional, and impulsive, family members fear they will do something hurtful or disastrous. They may get the family into serious debt, have several affairs, quit their jobs, and engage in other foolish behavior. Family members of those in a depressed state can become extremely frustrated when, time after time, their efforts to support and encourage them are rejected and rebuffed.

Healing Bipolar Disorder

One of the most difficult things about treating bipolar disorder is that there is no complete “cure.” However, while bipolar disorder is difficult to deal with, it is also true that this problem can usually be effectively managed with proper Spiritual Healing over the time. Spirit Releasement Therapy, Past Life Regression and many other modes of spiritual healing minimize and overcome the most devastating effects of this disorder and enable the sufferers to generally live normal lives at home, work, school.

One of the most helpful things family members can do for a person suffering from a bipolar disorder is to help him keep taking his healing. If you are close to someone with this disorder, encourage him or her to begin or continue spiritual healing and learn to deal with these issues. This will help the person accept dependence on healing the soul—which could be life-saving.


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