spirit possession and criminal actions

Exploring the Impact of Spirits on Human Behavior and Criminal Actions


Spirits can certainly push us towards criminal actions. Numerous individuals who have committed crimes often recount how an unseen force persistently compelled them, or how they were oblivious to the events unfolding around them at the time. In today's post, we will discuss how a person who has never had legal problems before can turn into a criminal after being possessed by spirits.


The Spirit's World: A Prism of Negativity

Recalling from our previous posts, we understand that spirits are entities that, after the death of the physical body, have not ascended to higher realms. They dwell at a lower level of the emotional/astral world, which is characterized by negative, low energy emotions such as - anger, fury, jealousy, sorrow, envy, fear, etc.

These spirits perceive the universe through a spectrum of negative images. Their existence is perpetually saturated with intense negative emotions, painting a destructive, negative impression of the world around them and of their own essence. In their reality, all appears dire. They persistently endure suffering and profoundly misconstrue the reality in which they are enmeshed.


Spirits' Influence on Humans

The moment a human, for any reason, attracts such a spirit, this pessimistic outlook begins to seep into the human's consciousness that could eventually lead to criminal behavior. Even an intrinsically positive person can become a vessel for these spirits due to carelessness— perhaps consuming excessive alcohol or succumbing to the allure of narcotics, all in the name of relaxation and enjoyment. This opens a gateway to the astral world, an experience most people find exhilarating because it offers an enigmatic yet profound understanding that death—the dread we humans fear most—does not really exist. This realization incites people to re-immerse themselves in intoxicants, seeking to recreate the experience.


The Consequences of Opening the Astral Door

Unbeknownst to these individuals, narcotics, alcohol, and other substances tear through the protective layer separating their physical body from their emotional/astral self. This action permanently flings open the door between these worlds, drawing to them entities dwelling in the lowest corners of the astral realm. Any form of communication initiated creates an exchange of energy between the two parties involved. They start to swap not just their life energy, trying to balance it out, but also emotions and thoughts.


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The Destructive Exchange

This energy exchange fascinates many, as they begin to feel a strong telepathic exchange with these non-physical entities. Consequently, thrill-seekers start to relinquish their energy to the spirit, which lacks energy itself. Simultaneously, the human starts to receive the spirit's negative worldview. This doesn't usually happen with the first use of a narcotic, although it is a possibility. A previously thriving individual begins to gradually lose vitality, and their once-positive perspective of reality starts to morph into an increasingly negative one.

Often, humans are unable to discern that the incoming emotions and thoughts are not their own, but the spirit's. They mistake these intrusions for their own, pondering their significance. However, the more they dive into this negative thinking, the more they attract negative energy. Given the high energy level of the aforementioned individuals initially, they may attract more spirits, hastening their downfall.


The Harrowing Journey from Occasional Use to Dependency

After some time, an individual start to realize that they're taking drugs daily rather than just on the weekends. They begin to notice a significant decline in the quality of their life. Their relationships suffer - friends, who once enjoyed their company, now start to drift away as the gap between their high vibrations and the individual's own becomes too vast. Friends don't want to suffer in the individual's presence... Their job suffers too - the protagonist of this story no longer has those fantastic, creative ideas. Spirits, after all, move in a field of destruction, not creation. Eventually, the individual suffers and experiences various emotional disturbances. The high emotions of enthusiasm, the desire to create good for themselves and others, disappear. They become increasingly isolated from the world, their energy level drops each day, and they experience daily hell of anger, rage, and fear.


Spirits' Push Toward Criminal Actions

In such a situation, it's easy to heed the negative prompts of spirits, which often encourage illegal activities. Spirits no longer fall under the human justice system, they fear no criminal consequences, law enforcement, or judicial system. If our protagonist isn't very careful, they could make a series of very wrong and painful decisions. Who knows, maybe they start running out of money and get the idea of acquiring it illegally, or in a surge of negative emotions / rage, they hurt someone?

Either way, what started quite innocently escalated into something carrying very serious consequences not only for the current incarnation but perhaps for many future ones. That's why awareness of such a phenomenon as spirit possession and the very negative influence of spirits on living people is so important. Knowledge of the laws functioning in the universe, especially the invisible ones, can prove to be extremely valuable.



About the Author:

Michael, a co-founder of The Dr. Wanda Pratnicka Center, holds a B.A. degree in psychology and is a spiritual teacher and healer, with a specialization in spirit removal. Under the mentorship of Wanda Pratnicka, Michael gained profound spiritual insights into the nuances of spirit attachment phenomenon, and for many years, he played a crucial role in assisting her with the remote spirit removal process. In his leisure time, Michael finds solace in meditation, immerses himself in the timeless beauty of classical music, and cherishes tranquil walks by the sea.





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