Spirit Attachment and Health

Before reading further I would like to strongly warn against the use of OUIJA boards. Although they may appear as innocent fun they are a very powerful focusing instrument which can open the door wide to very unwanted visitors. These doors or "portals" allow very negative entities free access into a persons home or even vehicles of transportation. The portals if left open can create terrors for years to come. 

LEGAL NOTE: Because the term "Spirit Releasement" is trademarked by a group in Florida, The term "Spirit Rescue" will be used by the author of this Site.


 I now offer a certification course in spirit rescue, please see under "services" for details.

I was called to treat a client who felt as though she was unable to move forward in her life for the past number of years. She felt "cursed" and asked me to help her. Following a demonstration of spirit releasement (Rescue), I was amazed to see the phenomena and decided that it was worth looking into for the treatment of this particular client.


Very quickly into the session, it became quite apparent that there were, in fact, at least 2 attached entities. Although this particular case became highly complex, the belief and treatment of spirit attachment was what I and the client believed to have been the ONLY treatment which would have been effective. Later on from the intitial visit, I attended the clients home and discovered 13 portals which were allowing these entities into her home. They were located  at the cellar drain in the laundry room (they use the flowing water as a form of energy) at the entry to the hallway leading to the bathroom and bedrooms, 2, one on each side of the bed in one bedroom as well as at the opening to a wardrobe in the same bedroom, and one in each of the other bedrooms on the side of the bed near the head of the bed where the occupants would approach the bed to lay down and to get up. Additional portals were found at key locations in the home where the occupants would frequently visit: closets, bathrooms, kitchen sink, and rec room. Within an hour, I had successfully closed these portals and the client has reported feeling completely normal again. The first time in years.

Since that time I have included a check for spirit attachments in every hypnosis/ H.S.A. session I conduct as a matter of standard practice, much like a physician will check blood pressure and temperature.

I have discovered that a large majority of the clients who come to me for help have a hidden spirit attachment which, in most cases, has contributed in some way to the issues for which the clients have contacted me.


I have experience now in dealing with entities ranging from the harmless poor lost souls of small children to multiple demonic entities bent on the destruction of the client. In every case, the entity attached has been mercifully given love and compassion thereby guiding them with help into the Light from where they once began.


Contrary to the exorcism rituals of hollywood movies or outdated ignorant theatrics ranting, raving and COMMANDING! in the name of _______ whoever. Spirit rescue through H.S.A. is a beautiful rescue of both client and spirit. The love and compassion shown during such a session or sessions is truly something which results on one of the most amazing transformations possible through guided meditative and spiritual techniques.



By Dr Alan Lindsay Sanderson M.B., B.S. (London), M.R.C.P., D.P.M., M.R.C. Psych.

The belief that the dead may return to trouble the living goes back to antiquity and it remains widespread in non-western cultures. In the west it continues in Christian teaching. The New Testament abounds with accounts of Jesus casting out devils and unclean spirits. Exorcism, as still used by the Christian churches, ritualises this practice. But expelling the attached entity in this way is an adversarial procedure, far removed from contemporary spirit release, which aims to help both host and entity.

Spirit release developed from spiritualism in the second half of the 19th century. The writings of Allan Kardec, a prominent French scholar, who compiled The Spirits Book (1857) and The Book of Mediums (1874) both still in print, have been influential, leading to the development of the Spiritist movement, world wide, with many adherents, especially in Brazil.

An American psychiatrist, Carl Wickland, and his wife, Anna, a spirit medium, were the pioneers of depossession, as it was then called, in North America. His classic, Thirty Years Among the Dead , first published in 1924, tells how static electricity was applied to the patient’s head and back, in order to drive out possessing spirits. The spirits then entered Anna, through whom they spoke with Carl, who persuaded them to leave. This was an effective, but dangerous, procedure. Mrs Wickland ended her life in a mental hospital.

Little more was written on the subject of possession until Edith Fiore’s The Unquiet Dead (1987), which describes her use of hypnosis in the treatment of possessed patients. Fiore had earlier written about past lives, and her work came from this perspective. She has had a big influence, most notably on William Baldwin, who has taken things further, particularly in categorising the different human and non-human entities and in developing protocols for clinical use. His book, Spirit Releasement Therapy - A Technique Manual (1992) is essential reading for anyone entering the field. The practice of spirit release is expanding rapidly in the materially-developed world. There are two professional organisations in the USA, based on the Baldwin model, one in Australia, seehttp://www.clairvision.org/, another in Continental Europe, based upon channelled teaching by Carl Nowotny (1996) and two in the United Kingdom.

The secular approach to spirit release, increasingly practised in North America and the U.K., derives, not from religious belief, but from a pragmatic approach to therapy. There are two main approaches, the Intuitive, requiring psychic awareness in the practitioner, and the Interactive, in which the patient, in an altered state of consciousness, becomes self-aware. The first scarcely involves the patient; the second requires dialogue between patient and practitioner. The Intuitive in particular, has many varieties and is sometimes used at a distance. Each approach has its strengths. The Interactive method has the advantage that it fully involves the patient and the session can be recorded.

In the UK, The Spirit Release Foundation
http://www.spiritrelease.com/(originally the British Association for Spirit Release) was founded in August 1999. The SRF has around 160 members, many of them practitioners. It organizes conferences, workshops and a training course, leading to accreditation as Spirit Release Therapist.

Alternation between embodiment on earth and timeless, more or less blissful existence in the spirit world, preparing for reincarnation, is the essential pattern. At death the spirit usually passes to the Light, the white brilliance seen in a near-death experience. However, it does not invariably reach the Light. It may be confused, even to the point of not knowing that the body has died. Ignorance or fear of punishment may cause it to be diverted. Sometimes the spirit remains earthbound in a familiar place, when it may appear as a ghost (see Terry and Natalia O’Sullivan, Soul Rescuers (1999)). Spirits, not uncommonly, attach to other embodied persons, often relatives or friends. Spirits may stay behind with the clear intention of attachment, perhaps out of concern for a relative, or to satisfy an addiction, even for revenge. Family sex abusers seem commonly to attach to their victims. Suicidal persons may have with them spirits which encourage suicide.

Vulnerability to spirit attachment varies according to predisposition, health and circumstances. The condition of the aura is an important factor. It has been postulated that people whose auras vibrate at high frequency are impervious to spirits of a lower frequency. Illness, injury, drugs, emotional disturbance and the presence of attached spirits may all impair resistance. Cases have been described in which organ transplant recipients appear to have received the spirit of the donor (Sylvia, 1997).

Certain individuals seem to attract spirits, often from those who, during life, had a similar problem. For instance, those that have suffered sexual abuse may be drawn together. In other cases attachment may appear to be purely accidental, as in a case when a spirit, reliving the time immediately after his death, attempted to chat up a girl in a club. When she made no response, he exclaimed, angrily, “She’s ignoring me, the cow!” Then, with amazement, “Oh, I’m in her!” Karmic and past life factors may be involved.

Spirit attachment can affect people in many ways, either mildly or profoundly. Here are some of the commonest:
1. Unexplained fatigue.
2. Unexplained depression
3. Sudden changes in mood.
4. Hearing a voice.
5. Addictions of all sorts.
6. Uncharacteristic changes in personality or behaviour.
7. Anomalous sexual behaviour.
8. Unexplained somatic symptoms.
It is important to note that there are many other causes of the above symptoms. Hearing voices is the symptom most suggestive of spirit attachment. However, this may also be due to other factors, notably to a more or less autonomous part of the personality, such as a child part, or to a spirit guide. Abusive voices featuring foul language are characteristic of lower spirits, whereas helpful spirits, such as those reported by Ghandi, Luther, Joan of Arc and others who have played a distinguished part in history, are attributed to spirit guides or to a divine source. Spirit guides do not attach to the aura and leach energy, as do the entities that affect human health. Such higher beings are essential allies in guiding souls to the Light and in healing the effects of spirit attachment. It seems likely that they play a covert role in many healing processes. Angels and spirit guides do not readily communicate during therapy, but they may sometimes do so, when asked. Such cases have been well described by Petrak (1996).

The effects of spirit attachment may be so slight as to be imperceptible or so great as to cause incapacity. In the great majority of cases, attached spirits have no executive power. They may influence feelings and perceptions, but do not displace the host from environmental awareness or from control of body movement, except rarely, for brief periods, as during fugue states and the “blackouts” experienced by alcoholics. Only a tiny minority show the switching of identity and memory gaps characteristic of multiple personality. It is not clear why spirit attachment should vary so much in its expression. There is also an enormous variability in people’s psychic sensitivity and it seems likely that these variables are connected. Hallucinatory experiences vary greatly. Some patients, much troubled by spirits, rarely hear voices; others, less disturbed in thought and behaviour, hear them often.

Attached spirits do not have the ability to help the host, except in rare instances. Not infrequently they seem bent on causing trouble. Even well-intentioned spirits often bring their own emotional problems, addictions or physical symptoms.

Most attached spirits are unable to leave without assistance, though occasionally they come and go at will. It is important that a spirit from the Light helps them to find the way; otherwise, they may return to the host or attach to another person. Sometimes an apparently earthbound spirit may be correct in protesting that its body lives. Soul fragments of living people may attach to others and have a controlling effect. Not uncommonly, parents affect their children in this way, apparently without conscious awareness.

In addition, there are non-human entities, both positive and negative. The latter may attach to human souls, in or out of the body, and cause troublesome effects. People may also be subject to psychic attack, in the form of spells or curses, or they may be subject to pacts, which they have made in this or in a previous life. These are real phenomena, which must be combated with appropriate measures. Negative thought forms may cause difficulties. They may appear as images symbolising fear, anger, destructiveness and other negative forces. Ireland-Frey (1999) has an approach to thought forms that I find particularly helpful. She uses the Baldwin approach of negotiation. Healing and angelic help are often effective.

Superior spirits, unlike earthbound souls and other lower entities, do not attach to the aura and leach energy. Such higher beings are essential allies in guiding souls to the Light and in healing the effects of spirit attachment. It seems likely that they play a covert role in many healing processes. Angels and spirit guides do not readily communicate during therapy, but they may sometimes do so, when asked. Such cases have been well described by Petrak (1996). It is important to note that lower entities can mimic spirit guides, and may use this method to gain influence and control.

Spirit attachment is not a recognised psychiatric diagnosis. For this there are two reasons:
1. Current systems of psychiatric classification are symptomatological, not aetiological. The term spirit attachment would not be consistent with such a classification.
2. Spirits have no place in the materialistic paradigm of contemporary science.

Of the conditions which are confused with spirit attachment, by far the most important is multiple personality disorder, or dissociative identity disorder, as it has been renamed, in the belief that we understand the psychopathology. I prefer the term, multiple identity, which does not imply such knowledge. These cases are rare and extremely complex. The essential features are:
1. A history of childhood abuse, leading to the presence of distressed child personalities.
2. Two or more adult personalities, which take turns in claiming executive control.

Since these personalities usually have awareness only of their own periods of control, the patient lives a chaotic life. The nature of these adult identities remains open to dispute. The conventional view is that the patient creates them as a way of handling overwhelming distress. A frequent feature is the presence of an Inner Self-helper, which has a truly beneficial effect. One of my patients had an ISH who would tip me off when she was admitted in a suicidal state, for instance, “She’s got some razor blades hidden in her shoe.”

An important differential diagnosis is schizophrenia. It is probable that many of the voices heard by schizophrenic patients are due to attached spirits. It does not follow that attached spirits cause the condition, for they may be able to enter because of the patient’s illness. On the other hand, I think it probable that cases diagnosed as schizophrenic, on the basis of voices alone, start with spirit attachment.

Those gifted with clairvoyance may be able to see attached spirits. To others a number of techniques are available for identifying and typing attached spirits:
1. Direct communication between spirit and therapist, via the patient’s voice. This is achieved with the patient in trance, induced either by hypnosis or by following an image or feeling.
2. The therapist works indirectly. To achieve this, therapists may work in pairs, the scanner in an altered state, the facilitator directing the session. The scanner projects part of her consciousness to the patient, who may be at any distance and does not have to be aware of the procedure. After obtaining permission from the patient’s higher self, the scanner makes contact with any attached spirits, which are then able to communicate through her voice, with the facilitator. Some therapists work individually, sometimes making use of a pendulum to communicate. This method has the disadvantage that responses are limited to “Yes” or “No”, but, when used over a specially-drawn chart, may give detailed information..
3. Regressing the patient to a previous life may inadvertently reach an attached spirit. This becomes apparent when the presumed past-life personality fails to go into the Light, as expected. The therapist then asks, “When did you join xxxx?” Of course, it could be that the patient’s soul from a past life attached itself, for a while, to another person. There are many possibilities.

Of the first two methods described, direct work has the advantage that the patient is consciously engaged in the procedure, a desirable state when important changes are undertaken. However it depends upon her acting as her own scanner, a role for which she is not invariably well-suited. The indirect approach has obvious benefits in treating children or others unable to co-operate, and it has the further advantage that an experienced scanner may pick up things of which the patient is ignorant.
With this technique, distance is immaterial, as is the patient’s state of conscious awareness. Therapists should obtain permission from the patient’s higher self when doing such work. When working directly with the patient, uncovering techniques may be employed to check for spirits:
1. The Use of Finger Signals. This is often helpful, since, with the patient in a relaxed state, these are produced unconsciously. Asking, “Is anybody with xxxx?” may bring a positive response, which can be followed with a request to use the patient’s voice for detailed information. A negative response should be followed by, “Is anyone hiding?” Any finger movement in response to this question suggests an entity. A “No” answer can be followed by, “Subconscious mind, did the No come from you?” Engaging a Voice. If the patient hears a voice, it is usually appropriate to engage the voice directly. “What is your name? Are you part of xxxx, or someone else? Did you ever have a human, physical body of your own? What effect have you had on xxxx? Why are you here?” etc. The patient’s voice may change markedly when an entity is communicating. Occasionally a patient will speak a language unlearned and not consciously known to the patient. This is known as xenoglossy and has been reported in detail by Stevenson (1984), both in hypnosis and in normal consciousness.

 Body Scan. The patient visualises light filling the body and then focuses on any shadowy areas or abnormal sensations. The therapist encourages communication. “If that dark area were to make a sound, what would it be? What has the heavy sensation in the back got to say?”

2. Mirror Scan. Have the patient imagine standing in front of a full-length mirror. Another figure or some unexplained bodily feature will be indicative of spirit attachment.

Having established contact with the earthbound spirit, it is necessary to persuade it to leave. Should there be any reluctance on the part of the patient, host and entity are told that both are being harmed by the attachment, and the matter must be resolved. Should an earthbound spirit be unwilling to leave, several possibilities will have to be considered. The spirit may feel that its presence is necessary to the host, or it may be out to harm, even to kill the host. If discussion fails to mend the situation, it may be that the reluctant spirit is itself the victim of spirit parasitism. Sometimes the entity does not see the Light, or the Light is only dim. This suggests fragmentation. In such a case it is necessary to locate the missing part in order to resolve matters. The entity is encouraged to take with it any other attached spirits. The spirit of a loved one or a spirit guide from the Light is called for. It is necessary to check that these rescuers are indeed who they claim to be.

When the last entity appears to have left, one asks for healing spirits from the Light to remove any residue of thought or feeling, which the foreign entities may have left behind. They must then fill with light the spaces where the entities were. The patient finally performs the Sealing Light meditation, filling the body with golden-white light, which extends an arm’s length beyond the body. Patients are advised to regard themselves as convalescent, to lead a quiet life for a few days and to be prepared for changes in behaviour. They should also do the Sealing Light meditation several times daily.

Spirit release may also be achieved through healing. This has the advantage that it occurs in a very gentle way, usually without the patient’s awareness. A problem here is that the spirit may not be adequately taken care of; it may even attach to the healer. This underlines the great need for all therapists in this or related fields to have adequate protection (see later).

The environment, both human and physical, in which the affected person lives, needs also to be considered in the treatment plan. Other family members may require treatment or the house may need to be cleansed of spirit infestation. Sometimes a portal, allowing spirit entry from another dimension, needs to be closed. The therapist faced with such situations will need to have heightened psychic awareness. Finally, it is essential that the patient’s way of life be examined. Gains will be compromised if the patient leads a life of emotional or material exploitation of others or is seriously addicted.

Over the years, I have used spirit release therapy in hundreds of cases. While it can bring dramatic benefit, it is important to make clear at the outset that spirit release is only one aspect of the treatment process, and is rarely sufficient in isolation. To treat schizophrenia with this technique is a major undertaking, since the patient will almost certainly lack the ego strength and clear boundaries necessary for successful treatment. Another problem with schizophrenic patients is that of trust, for they find it very difficult to trust a new therapist, especially one who proposes a spiritual treatment, when for years they have been told that they have a purely biochemical disorder. Shakuntala Modi, author of Remarkable Healings (1997) reports a successful case, in which treatment was first given indirectly, through a relative who attended with the patient. Spirit release has been used successfully in the treatment of sexual deviation. Barlow, Abel & Blanchard (1977) reported the case of a 20-year-old male who had had a strong female orientation from 4 years of age. After careful assessment, he was accepted for a gender reassignment operation. He was on the point of being admitted to hospital when, to please a friend, he underwent an exorcism. This transformed him. He lost all his female behavioural characteristics and no longer wanted the operation. The change had been maintained 2 years later.

Fiore has successfully treated a similar case; this can be viewed on Fiore case After only 30 minutes, a female spirit left. The man’s sexual orientation instantly returned to normal and was maintained over a 5-year follow-up.

I have had some failures, especially in the severely mentally-ill, but the great majority of my patients have improved. It is important to stress that, even after spirit release, there is often a need for other treatments, such as soul retrieval, regression and counselling. It is rare for a patient’s condition to be made worse following spirit release therapy. However, when anxiety is a prominent feature, it is necessary to proceed with special care. It is important to distinguish between the fear of the patient, secondary to existential concerns and the fear of an attached spirit, worried about being removed by the therapist.

How can we prove that the beneficial effect of treatment comes from the release of spirits? There is no proof, nor, in the nature of things, can there be. Even detailed verification of information provided by spirits about their bodily lives will not convince the doubters. But because the treatment works, we can claim clinical validity, a concept useful in research.

The psyche has its own immune system - integrity. If you have integrity, wholeness of the psyche and personal well-being, then all the little things which might attach to you don’t grab hold, just as the physical body fends off attacks every day. Even so, it is wise for those who practise spiritual therapies to take precautions. Many protective techniques are in use (Hall, 2001). These include awareness of subtle energy, cleansing the aura, protective visualisation and grounding. Crystals, essences and herbs are widely used.

Some people are especially open to spirit interference. They need to avoid any psychic activity. Even something as seemingly harmless as a Tarot reading has been known to induce a wandering spirit to latch on to an individual who is psychically open. Such people and all therapists would do well to arrange a regular scan by a psychic sensitive, in the same way as one might arrange a routine medical check.

Case histories, however dramatic, will never convince the doubters. We need clinical trials. It is necessary to study conditions of long-standing, which do not respond to any known treatment. Persistent auditory hallucinations, transsexualism and paedophilia are examples. How does one go about it? One needs good experimental design, time, money and determination. These are not enough in themselves. Colleagues are understandably wary of getting involved in such “spooky” research. Without their co-operation, where will the research subjects come from? If one succeeds at that hurdle, how would any conventionally oriented ethical committee, conceivably approve? Even then, what reputable journal will publish the results? Fortunately, the climate is changing. The Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists www.rcpsych.ac.uk/college/sig/spirit formed in 1999, has a membership of 675. Under its aegis, research, though not yet research on spirit release, is under way. Prospects are improving steadily

Things are moving. The increasing practice of spirit release and the appearance of books and specialised journals on a wide range of spiritually based therapies augers well for the future. Associations in the USA, Brazil where there are 12,000 Spiritist centres and many Spiritist hospitals, Australia, Continental Europe and Great Britain are in good shape, with training programmes and conferences. There is tremendous energy in this area and we seem to be moving on a tide of planetary changes in human consciousness. 

I have been asked to add the types of intrusive entities, this is a small segment form the course I offer:

Types of intrusive entities

 Negative entities include: demons, Fallen Angels, spirits of deceased/ ghosts, dark or reptilian ET's, dark portals, negative thought forms, 'demon of the mind'. 


Demons are negative energies whose purpose is to cause chaos in your life. They never were and are not human. They are sent by 'the dark forces.'

Fallen Angels once were in league with Light, but cut themselves off from it. They suck human vital energy. They were once much more common as attachments to people, now much rarer.

Spirits of deceased are extremely common. They are parts of spirit bodies of those people who did not go to the light after death, due to confusion or overly strong attachments to the physical plane.

Reptilian or dark ET's (extra terrestrials) are humanoid in shape but are not human. They implant thoughts into the minds of human beings, to pass for your own. These destructive thoughts guide towards addiction, chaos, fighting, giving away of one's personal power.

ET implants are etheric (or physical) probes inserted into people's bodies. Usually they are inserted at the back of the head or neck. . 

Dark portals are energetic doorways through which negative entities enter this world. May be in a building or over land.

Negative thought forms of all kinds are projected at us constantly by others. You have to agree with them at least a little bit, for them to attach to your aura or chakras and block the flow of energy. A chakra may slow its spinning or stop, due to an invading thought form. Negative thought forms have substance and power, they can cause you to be stuck in an energetic pattern where the essence of that thought manifests over and over (addictions, car accidents, attraction to certain type of people, your own negative attitude toward something or someone that you can't seem to change).

Demon of the mind is not an external entity, but is a thought form in the mind, in fact a system/ cluster of negative thoughts and beliefs in the mind. It is shaped in the mind during trauma of being attacked and/or attacking another, and often bears the features of the attacker (usually showing bare teeth, a growl.) The demon of the mind can be very strong in people who were abused as children, whose parents/caretakers came at them yelling, in an attacking manner. Certain religious people who constantly talk about the devil and what he's doing to harm human kind have a strongly defined 'demon of the mind.' Thought forms, and the demon of the mind have to be transformed by each person individually in the mind, by releasing old energy patterns and beliefs that formed about oneself and 'the world' during trauma, and creating new ones in that place that match the joy, enthusiasm and lightness that is at the Source.

Soul fragments

In the process of treating people for the symptoms of spirit possession or spirit attachments, it is not unusual to find a fragment of the mind of a living person as an attached entity. Fragmentation seems to be a common condition stemming from the many perceived traumatic situations in life, ranging from minor to major, real or imagined.

Soul-mind is a term coined by June Bletzer (1986, page 575), and for convenience the concept will be used here. Soul-mind is defined as a mechanism which records the sum total of a beings experiences through incarnations, forming the physical bodies and life-styles from these recordings. It is also called the "memory Bank". It is a permanent intellect or consciousness that composes a person's character individuality and never dies. It may be synonymous with the subconscious mind, a sort of ethereal bio computer incapable of discernment or decision-making, a recording device which accepts the concepts, suggestions, ideas, and emotional evaluations of the conscious mind as these are dropped into it, and neatly organizes his material in compartments.

Colorful metaphors in the language often cloaked in underlying truth about the human condition. The title of the song, "I left my heart in San Francisco," may be a literal and not simply a romantic lament. There are such phrasings in the language, such as: "nobody home," "he's not playing with a full deck," "she's out to lunch," "empty headed," and "he's out of his mind." These terms are more than just metaphoric; they accurately describe the condition of fragmentation.

Life the human form can be considered a physical experience for a spiritual being. This human experience, many people suffered from us, primarily physical and emotional. Physical traumas which lead to soul-mind fragmentation can be any bodily intrusion, the real or imagined threat to survival such as surgeries, organ donation and transplant's, amputations of limbs, beatings or damage to any part of the physical body. Military combat situations, battlefield wounds during conditions of war were emotions run high, shattering a bodies by explosion, decapitation, atrocities such as severing of the genitals--all these cause severe fragmentation with intense emotional residue. Any sexual abuse, such as rape or incest, usually causes fragmentation of the personality or soul-mind.

The emotional trauma caused by the physical violations and initiate dissociation and splitting of the consciousness as a coping mechanism. Emotional trauma following loss of a loved one, or the sight of a loved one being seriously harmed, can lead to personality fragmentation. The experience of the drama is literally stored in a fragment of the consciousness, a sub personality which become separated and isolated from the main consciousness.

Each fragment maintains a connection with the main consciousness by a thread, a fiber of the silver cord which attaches the soul, the contracted spirit, to the body. The body can function as long as the silver cord maintains his connection, even if there is total evacuation of the fragments. Once a person passes through death and the silver cord of the contracted spirit is disconnected, a discarnate earthbound spirit that attempts to attach to a newly deceased body cannot maintain life in the body.

When the silver cord is being disconnected, the fragments continue to be connected to each other by the silver threads, even after the being leaves the physical body in death. The fragment of the soul-mind associated with a severed body part remains with the body part, yet is still connected by a thread to the main consciousness, wherever it is.

A fragment can become partially dislodged and still remain connected to the body. A fragment can follow the person like a balloon on the string. It can remain in some distant location or structure. It can also attach to another living person. A fragment can actually go to the light. In all such cases of separation, the silver thread connection remains, and it is this link that makes the recovery process possible. It seems that a fragment can reincarnate as a separate living human. There are cases on record of two separate people recalling the same past life. Fragmentation is just one explanation.

Diagnosis of fragmentation is fairly straightforward. Nearly everyone who has suffered trauma has some form and degree of the condition. You'll one symptom is diagnostic, but a combination of symptoms may be indicative.

The language of the client will describe the condition of fragmentation. A person may describe the experience of feeling dissociated, ungrounded, disconnected, of feeling like they are not in the body. The eyes may appear vacant or lackluster. Their senses may seem muffled, a person may sleep a lot, and feel apathetic toward life. They may feel like they are "not all there," "not at home," as if something is "missing." There is a feeling of emptiness, of having no heart, having an empty tube inside.

The client may describe the feeling of "numbness" in emotional or romantic situations. This can result from a painful loss of a loved one in this or another lifetime or sexual violation which involve pain, anger, guilt or any other unacceptable emotion. The feeling part may have submerged or separated at the time of the loss or violation.

Treatment begins with a scan of the body by the client in altered state which may disclose dark or shadowy spots, voids, all holes, and empty places. These are the symbolic spaces left by the fragmentation. The client is directed to look for the threads that lead out from the holes. When these threads are found, some will appear darker, some lighter. Joyful or happy episodes can cause a fragmentation almost as easily as unhappy occurrences, and the threads to these fragments appear light, even silvery.

The client is directed to choose a thread which seems to be the most prominent or in some way standing out and to follow it to where it leads. The thread will lead to a scene or an event, in this or another lifetime. The event will be recalled and observed and the cause for the fragmentation will be uncovered and treated. The trauma is processed  for the mental, emotional and physical residues, as for any traumatic event. These residues are retained by the fragment, the sub personality formed by fragmenting. The exploration uncovers the circumstances leading to the event, the event itself, and the misinterpretations and misperceptions of the event.

The emotional residue consists of feelings of anger, fear, sadness, and got. The physical residue is pain or other physical sensations associated with the event. The distorted perceptions of false beliefs held by the fragmented sub personality are cleared in the processing. The residues are cleared as the truth is discovered.

In the conflict resolution is complete fragment is invited back into the body in the present moment. It is welcomed back into the body wherever it belongs sometimes into the empty hole or tube inside, into the head, more often into the heart chakra. The dramatic event has been reviewed as a whole consciousness, reframed in whatever manner is necessary. Since the fragment will usually be a young child sub personality must be shown that it did not and will not die, it is imperative to prove that survive the trauma, and this adult-client-is who it became. The primary fear of the child during the trauma, is that it will not survive.

In spirit rescue work, soul fragments are usually looked for in both the attached entity and the client. The legions of heaven are called to seek out and follow the threads leading from the attached entity and the mighty rescue Angels from the light are called to gather the soul fragments bringing them back into the main soul of the entity and to heal the spaces left in wherever they were attached.

Alternately, the attached entity is asked to look down at itself (particularly in the case of an earthbound human soul) to see if there are any "beams, ropes, or threads of light" leading away from itself. If the answer is yes they are asked to follow the main one to discover where it leads. Often the thread will leave to a loved one such as a parent, brother, sister etc. and in this case it is asked whether or not that soul fragment is able to rejoin with the entity. If there is still a strong bond of love or emotion and the soul fragment either (A.) wishes to stay with the host or (B.) if the host is unwilling to release the soul fragment, help is summoned from the light to assist in the process. The request to heal the host so that I release of the soul fragment is granted is made, and the attached entity is asked to monitor the healing process until such time as the soul fragment is released and allowed to rejoin the entity. If the entity itself is unwilling to detach from the host, the request to heal the entity is made. In both cases the request to heal any affected party is made.



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