Book describes an unacknowledged problem with which the majority of mankind is struggling: possession by ghosts. Ghosts are the souls of people who have died but who have not passed through to the other side of death. By remaining among the living they are the cause of anxiety, depression, mood swings, addiction, negative emotions, mental illnesses and, often, physical illnesses. Readers who have found no other explanation or cures for their ailments, have found enlightenment with "Possessed by Ghosts," and readers merely interested in the unique spiritual abilities of healers like Wanda have found the book intriguing and hard to put down.
A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR
I wrote this book for those who have tried everything, every method, every remedy to ease their problems. Unfortunately, none of them worked or if they did work they did so for only a short time. I wrote it also for those who are only at the beginning, they sense that something bad is happening to them or their families, or that not everything is as it should be.
When I first started to lead ghosts away from the people they were attached to, I noticed that people became well again if they had been sick, they coped with their problems more easily, and that harmony and love reigned more often within their families or relationships. I even take on cases in which people are regarded as incurable. Ghosts or spirit attachments can also be at the root of various situations that may seem more common but involve the troublesome behavior of someone you love. For instance, ghosts can cause the following in your family: difficulties in school or with friends; problems at work or in business, feelings of helplessness, loneliness, isolation; or overwhelmingly difficult financial problems, health issues, or social situations.
What all my clients have in common is that they were similarly unhappy, lost, or deprived of hope for the future. Many times they emphasized that I was their last hope, that they had tried literally everything. Doctors, medicines, psychiatric or psychological help were all ineffective. No benefit was derived from conventional and unconventional medicine, either.