Truly Alive Magazine, Albuquerque, NM July / August 2018
There are many reasons why, after death, a soul does not transition to the other side. Based upon the tens of thousands of cases I have dealt with over the last 45 years; most people do not cross over to the other side because they do not realize that they have died. The moment of death is swift and little physically changes around them. I describe this occurrence in detail in my book “Possessed by Ghosts – Exorcisms in the 21st Century.” A simple example is that a person, who had been terminally ill, dies but their soul may believe they have somehow recovered and didn't die after all. Or, sometimes death happens unexpectedly, which can be a shock not only to family members but to that soul as well; therefore, the soul is unprepared to pass to the other side.
On the other hand, some souls are aware of their death but are unwilling to move on because of feelings of guilt, lack of forgiveness, anger, and/or attachment to material goods. The decision is not always a selfish one or conscious one. Think of the grandmother who dies but misses her beloved grandchildren and wants to kiss and hug them again. The “physical” contact makes it harder for her to transition to the other side naturally and she attaches herself to the grandchild.
HOW DOES THIS INFLUENCE THOSE OF US WHO ARE ALIVE?
Many souls don’t know how to recharge their energy, so they end up usurping or stealing it from the living. When a soul draws a small amount of energy, this can go unnoticed by the host. However, serious problems arise when the soul of someone who has died permanently attaches itself to a living person. Suddenly, a person (a child or adult) who was once healthy and happy may fall ill. At first, the person may experience severe headaches, stomach aches or fatigue. Symptoms usually subside over time, but they don’t completely go away, and new ones begin to appear.
DO SPIRIT ATTACHMENTS CAUSE SUICIDE?
The attached soul will not only affect a person’s physical body, but will also influence their emotional state. Affected people will start to lack enthusiasm, become depressed, anxious, and sluggish. They are also likely to begin to experience relationship problems because the spirit’s energy will push away anybody who comes into contact with them. This can result in feeling loneliness and isolation. Many seek medical help, but doctors cannot find the cause of their pain. Others reach for psychotropic drugs, but these also don’t alleviate their emotional pain. Some people become increasingly sensitive, angry or easily irritated. They may start to abuse alcohol or drugs, and experience intrusive, even suicidal thoughts.
Much of my work in removing spirit attachments involves me counseling the souls that have not moved on. In many cases, I find that a living person experiencing suicidal thoughts is doing so because the attached soul is trying to persuade the affected person to commit suicide. The spirit knows there is no such thing as definitive death. They do not see the act of suicide as a horrible event. They view it as a release or freedom from a body that they are terribly uncomfortable inhabiting.
HOW I WORK
I feel blessed to have the ability to help people any way I can. Most of the work I do is done remotely, so that I can reach someone in need anywhere, any time. Often, they tell me I am their last hope after seeing therapists and doctors. When I release attached spirits, people describe the sensation feeling as if someone has detached heavy chains from them. Others describe it as if someone removed baggage from them that they have been carrying for years. They feel lighter, calmer, happier, have more motivation to live, more energy, and clearer thinking.
Spirit attachment is very common, and it could happen to anybody, but I have a simple diagnostic I perform remotely to confirm whether your ailments are actually caused by a spirit attachment. If I can clear your life and help you back onto the path of better health, improved relationships, and overall joy and prosperity, please reach out. My purpose is to help as many as I can.