Spirit possession and unresolved issues with others

How Unresolved Issues with Others Can Lead to Possession by Spirits?


Frequently, the conflicts we experience each day with others pull us into a downward spiral of well-being. When we are energetically weakened, we risk being possessed by spirits. In today's post, we will discuss how unresolved issues with other people can lead to possession by spirits.


The Nature of Conflict

The world, and especially the people around us, act as a mirror showing us where in our psyche lie vulnerabilities and where we succumb to the power of our own selfishness.

Every kind of conflict—whether with others or with ourselves—indicates that we are listening to the arguments of our ego, which tries to hoard everything for itself and share nothing. This arises from some kind of fear, leading us to act in accordance with this fear, believing we are doing the best possible thing in the situation.

The origin of our impulses to act, feel, or think can quickly be traced back to the ego when, as soon as such an impulse activates, we begin to suffer. In reality, it is our wounded ego that suffers, yet we believe that the cause of our suffering is another person—a family member, neighbor, coworker, politician, priest, doctor, etc.




Giving in to ego impulses such as anger, fury, hatred, envy, jealousy, and fear always results in lowering our vibration. We then suffer doubly. Not only does our wounded ego suffer, but so does our higher nature, which we pull down along a vibrational spiral. In a moment's impulse of the ego, we can transform from an optimistic and grateful person into one who is frightened, embittered, and pessimistic.


Self-Focus vs. Empathy

Focusing on our own needs can lead to neglecting the aspirations and feelings of others. This attitude weakens empathy, the ability to understand and feel the emotions of others, which is crucial for healthy relationships. As empathy wanes, relationships begin to suffer because selfishness is often perceived negatively. Friends, family, or partners may feel used, undervalued, and ignored, leading to conflicts, chronic tension, or breakups.

An egotistical person will try to impose their will on others. This can provoke aggression or passive-aggressive responses from people who feel misunderstood or slighted. Though outward egotism manifests as excessive self-assurance, it actually covers deep feelings of insecurity and/or low self-esteem. A person then experiences guilt or shame when they realize the negative consequences of their behavior on themselves and others.

As a consequence of the above, there is a lowering of vibration, and consequently, a descent into humanity’s lower collective vibrational fields, where the wandering souls of the deceased dwell. Simply put, these lowest vibration fields embody the soul’s turning away from the principle of Good and Love of the Universe, forsaking selflessness for others.


How Unresolved Issues with Others Can Lead to Possession by Spirits

Being in these low vibrational fields makes close contacts with spirits easy, as we find countless kindred spirits there while dedicated to ego ideals. Friendship, then, is nothing if not being in a relationship with someone with whom we have much in common. The bond that connects us with the spirits is our own weakness, belief in scarcity, selfishness, and turning away from the abundance of the Universe. Then, the great suffering of the spirits also becomes the lot of those living in selfishness. This happens so that the powerful reinforcement of our negative vibration by the spirits shakes us deeply, allowing us to notice negative tendencies we do not recognize in the rush of our daily existence.


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The remedy here is the constant direction of attention to our inner self. Socrates, several centuries before the birth of Jesus, with his famous statement "Know thyself," urged the improvement of one’s life. This process must first concern our emotions—they are closest to our perception, followed by our thoughts.

Only continuous self-analysis can lead us to understand our deepest tendencies and motivations. Therefore, each of us should dedicate at least a few minutes daily to calm reflection on moments of our day, recognizing how we felt emotionally, what events and thoughts evoked certain moods in us. This will allow us to recognize and correct our own emotional patterns or habits, because knowing the problem, we will want to correct the causes of our suffering.

Such work can only begin when we are no longer influenced by the souls of the deceased, because until that point, we will not fully know whether a given emotional/mental tendency comes from our own emotional/mental system or from the system of a spirit. However, temporary freedom from spirits during the cleansing process will allow us deeper contemplation and be a great practice to better recognize how we attract these astral beings after they have been led away from



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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