Consider this: For centuries, humanity has been plagued by microbes — bacteria, viruses and parasites — that have made life miserable or over too soon. For most of that time, people had no clue what actually caused them to sicken and die. They didn’t know about microbes until very recently. They didn’t know that people could stay well by washing their hands and bodies regularly, and by keeping their food cold and their water clean.
Because people had questionable hygiene habits, they continued to get sick, but they didn’t connect the two. So the chaos continued: to avoid lice, Europeans shaved their heads and wore wigs instead. They thought water carried disease into the skin’s pores so they avoided bathing. Nobody knew why the plague was unstoppable, and up to a third of the population died while everyone else stood by, helpless and vulnerable.
For thousands of years, ignorance of the facts caused physical illness and suffering.
So now we have vaccines and antibiotics. Good for us, but what if we still don’t get it about mental illness?
If you knew of a simple, inexpensive way to rid yourself or your loved one(s) of depression, anxiety attacks, personality disorders or compulsive behavior (to name a few) with no side effects, would you try it? If you knew it didn’t involve years of expensive meds and/or talk therapy, would you consider it?
Of course you would! but first you would need to get over your outdated conditioned response against the idea of the existence of dark spirits. Or the idea that they are the product of superstitious or ignorant thinking.
Is your mind still open right now, or did it just suddenly clamp shut?
Keep it cracked open a bit and hear me out.
When people didn’t know that bacteria and viruses caused disease and death, the first scientists who isolated the bacteria and viruses were laughed at. They lost their jobs and reputations. The majority of the public was positive they knew their claims to be preposterous — their minds were clamped shut. The open-minded minority had to wait it out to be vindicated.
Do we want to make those mistakes again? I know science has been taking a beating lately, but maybe we need to reconcile science with alternative realities and find a balance. And get used to the idea that life isn’t just about what we can experience, or measure, with our five senses.
“Do not underestimate the power of The Dark Side!” said Darth Vader. A lot of us bought that!
Now consider this: If Jesus thought it was important enough to drive dark spirits out of several people during his time on earth, who are we to say they don’t exist?
Are we implying by our own disbelief that Jesus was delusional? Who volunteers to tell Him that?….[crickets chirping]….I thought so!
One of the facts of life that Jesus and the Ascended Masters want humans to understand today, in this New Age of Enlightenment, is that in the physical plane of existence, we are continually surrounded and bombarded by imperfect energies, dark spirits and discarnate souls with mayhem or selfish aims on their minds.
That’s fact one from the Ascended Masters. Fact two is that these entities often gain entry into our auras and bodies and cause havoc, including mental illness, unexplained impulses, cravings, nightmares and even murderous rampages — the latter is of the variety we’ve read in the news where someone commits murder in an alcoholic or drugged rage but honestly remembers none of it the next day. What opens us to this kind of takeover is an intriguing list (see below).
Shakuntala Modi, M.D., has written a 630-page scientific treatise detailing her extensive and encouraging research on spirit attachment and spirit releasement therapy. She presents not just the problem, but also the solution. The book is called Remarkable Healings: A Psychiatrist Discovers Unsuspected Roots of Mental and Physical Illness. She gives many case studies demonstrating what is achieved in 2-3 sessions that traditional treatment can’t achieve in years of talk therapy and drugs.
Dr. Modi — who not surprisingly is East Indian, a nationality that for centuries has led the world in spiritual exploration and achievement — reports that the causes of mental and physical illnesses are attributed to:
- Attachment by discarnate spirits – instead of going to the Light, some dead people move into living people
- Attachment by dark spirits – some of which are fallen angels
- Soul fragmentation and soul loss through trauma and the actions of dark spirits
Why do people choose to avoid going to the Light when they die? They may be angry with God, they may think they have unfinished business on earth, they may be afraid to face God, thinking He is angry and judgmental (He’s not), they may not believe in God, they may consider “going to the Light” a played out joke, they may like the house they lived in and worked so hard decorating and can’t bear to part with it, they may not even know they are dead, so smooth was their transition from life to death (it happens a lot). Some people attach themselves to loved ones that they refuse to leave behind.
Unfortunately, when discarnates attach, they bring their baggage with them, which includes what ailed or killed them. Those they attach to, let’s call them “hosts,” absorb that baggage. Hence the host’s mental and physical illnesses that won’t clear up.
The good news is that more and more mainstream therapists are embracing the techniques to remove attached spirits from the living, because these techniques work. They are a gift from the Ascended Masters. We live in interesting times, do we not?
The important thing now is to avoid letting fear of dark energies keep us in continued darkness. Remember, we figured out how to defend against bacteria and viruses, why not dark energies?
In the case of attachment, the host experiences the emotional and physical illnesses and pain of the attached spirit. So if someone died of a blow to the head, the host may experience migraines that may be resistant to standard treatment. Dr. Modi calls on good spirits and angels to help usher the attaching spirits to the Light.
Prior to that, Dr. Modi talks to the discarnates to gather data on what makes a host vulnerable to attachment. Here is a partial list:
- Drug and alcohol use
- Unconsciousness from anesthesia during surgery
- Sickness and accidents
- Extreme emotions: anger, fear, hate, depression, grief
- Ouija boards, automatic writing, attending a seance
- Channeling without sufficient psychic protection
- Conjuring games like Dungeons and Dragons
- Rock music (yeah, I know….snif!)
Dr. Modi writes, “These therapies work. It does not matter what explanation you believe. Patients are freed from their crippling symptoms. As a physician and a psychiatrist, I am satisfied with the dramatic results regardless of the explanation. I have sometimes seen 100% improvement, a complete cure, of both physical and emotional problems in a single hypnotherapy session: a success rate that is far beyond the usual standard for psychiatry.”
So, the choice is ours. We can laugh at Dr. Modi’s ideas or take a chance that she’s right and begin freeing ourselves from whatever plagues us. It’s new territory, for sure, but what is life if not a series of risks taken in hopes of the best outcomes?
Our gratitude will compete with our relief.
In the meantime, I invite you to read this compelling explanation by Jesus himself.