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Why We Must Forgive the Spirits That Have Possessed Us?


It's incumbent upon us to extend forgiveness to the spirits that have lingered in our lives. People who experience spirit possession encounter a plethora of negative symptoms, emanating from the presence of departed souls. Regardless of the agony, we are obliged to bestow forgiveness upon these spirits. If not, it remains tethered by the chain of our resentment, accusation, and even rage or hatred.


The Ripple Effect of Negative Emotions

The necessity to forgive our "tormentors" forms the cornerstone of mental health. Primarily, we must realize that every form of resentment or anger towards the "tormentor" is a negative emotion, thus destructive. Anything we pay attention to tends to appear in our lives in increasing quantity. This applies to both good things such as gratitude or love, and bad things like rage towards the "tormentor".

The term "tormentor" above is quoted because a "tormentor" is always drawn to us through our thoughts and emotions. This may sound odd, as if we're hurting ourselves, but in truth, that's the case. In the past, in this life or a previous one, we decided to react in a specific way to different events. This reaction always comes to us in the form of an emotion, which activates automatically when a similar event occurs.


The Trap of Reacting with Negative Emotions: A Historical Perspective

Suppose that in a previous life, we ended up enslaved for some reason. Initially, we accepted this state, but later decided to react with rebellion. This provoked growing aggression towards our "oppressor," increasing rage and hatred. We mistakenly thought that these negative emotions were a force that would help liberate us from tyranny.


French Revolution


Most revolutions in human history started this way. But what happened when we overthrew a regime? We began to act almost identical to the previous tyrants. The French Revolution's history is enough to see that the "liberators" from the king's rule acted with much greater cruelty than the king himself. In the end, after fifteen years, Napoleon declared himself Emperor of the French, effectively a dictator, entirely contradicting the "ideals" of the revolution.


Our Responsibility in the Spirit Possession

Let us remember that every decision to react with negative emotions leads to wandering and ultimately suffering and failure. The same is true with spirits. Though they bring us considerable suffering, both psychological and physical, we can't react to them with negative emotions; we must forgive spirits. Why? Because we attracted the possessing spirit with our previously developed thought/emotional patterns. Today we are unaware and forgetful of this, but we can regain this consciousness if we constantly ponder this part of our nature. If we could recognize it clearly, we would quickly depart from such thinking and the ensuing emotions, but we often remain oblivious. Meanwhile, our subconscious tendencies draw various circumstances, people, or spirits to us. Therefore, we are responsible for our state and can't blame the spirits. It's akin to hating electricity for shocking us after putting a finger in a socket.


We Must Forgive the Spirits That Have Possessed Us 

There's also another vital aspect to this. Spirits inhabit the emotional world in their emotional bodies. We're talking about the lowest levels of the emotional world, characterized by emotions like fear, anger, hatred, rage, resentment, jealousy, envy, etc. If we maintain resentment towards spirits, we emotionally function on these levels of the emotional world where spirits reside, making contact with them easy.

Forgiveness, therefore, is a decision to leave this vibrational range, to bid farewell to all "evil" or negativity. Therefore, forgiveness is nothing but a conscious decision that we no longer want to partake in suffering stemming from negative emotions. By being angry at spirits, we only strengthen our bond with the possessing spirit. Seeing our emotional dynamism, the spirit may even fuel our rage towards itself, continually reminding us how much we suffer because of its presence. This rage doesn't harm the spirit – on the contrary, the stronger it provokes our hatred, the more energy the spirit can take from us. The spirit benefits, we lose...



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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