Basics of De-possession

3 01 2010

De-possession is the act of exorcising attached discarnate human spirits or nonhuman spirits, which are attached to living people.

Effects of possession may include unexplained mood swings and behavior, chronic pains and illnesses, mental illness, suicidal urges, suppressed hostility or guilt, and/or drug and alcohol abuse.

Possessing spirits are deceased humans who have not yet departed the earthly plane (see information on psycho-pomp). They attach themselves to a family member or a person who is weakened by substance abuse, hostility, or severe illness, or who has unresolved past-life karmic issues. They may also be nonhuman spirits including elementals and confused or un-evolved entities.

Results of de-possession may include: a relief of symptoms, a sense of empowerment. the ability to make progress in one’s life, and make improvements to present relationships.  It can be an opportunity to see life from a new prospective if one is willing to do the work to integrate a new self-awareness.

The method of de-possession I utilize, through the intersession of compassionate healing spirits, is a Tibetan bombo method. The possessing entity is lured from the victim to a place which is better for the entity, rather than forced or shocked. It includes the opportunity to gain insights as to why the possession occurred and how to avoid a recurrence. Each ceremony is unique and may include elements from other traditions.

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