Your Problem May Belong to Someone Else!

by Charles Wm. Skillas, PhD, DD, BCH, CI, FNGH, MCCHt


Some people struggle with the same problems for years, maybe even for a lifetime. No matter what they do, they cannot seem to get rid of it. Physical or mental illness, persistent rotten luck, procrastination, continually failing at whatever you try to do, bad marriages over and over again, constant money problems, relationship difficulties, etc. Things just don't seem to work out, no matter how hard you try. Sometimes, you get some respite for a while. You take another course, read another inspirational book, see another new doctor, try a new therapy, move to a different city, change your spouse or go on yet another diet. Maybe things get better for a while, but it usually doesn't last. After a while, the same old stuff reappears and you are back to where you started or even worse. Why is this so and what can we do about it?

Sometimes the problems stem from our environment. You were born poor or handicapped or sick; never got an education; your parents were bad or non-existent, etc. But, even in these situations, we can always see examples of people who overcame the handicaps of a bad environment and became competent happy people with great lives. If you really try, you can overcome all these impediments because within you are all the knowledge needed to solve your problems - God made us that way. In France, there is a church, which has an inscription on its door that says, "Our shoulders were measured at birth for the burdens we must bear". This means there is nothing within us that we cannot overcome.

So, why is it that good, intelligent, strong, sincere people cannot get out from under the terrible problems with which they struggle incessantly? Maybe it is because the problems they are struggling with are not theirs - the problems belong to someone else! Even though the problems affect their lives, the person is essentially a victim of circumstance - the problem is not really theirs - only the unfortunate effects are! How can this be? Aren't we always told that we create our own reality, that there are no victims, that we are totally responsible for ourselves? Yes and No!

This is how it works. We are responsible for ourselves. That is a fact. We are completely responsible for protecting ourselves from the intrusion of negative energies and responsible for not attracting them to our energy fields. We have a psychic defense system just as we have a physical immune system. The physical system protects us from germs, viruses and other pathogens, which would invade our bodies and cause us to be sick. Our psychic defense system protects us from negative energies, which can attach to us just as a pathogen can. The Chinese call this psychic protection system the Guardian Chi. The same kind of stress that causes our physical immune system to get weak, also weakens our psychic system. Rage, sadness, fear, doubt, despair and other negative emotions weaken both systems.

If we have a weak physical immune system, we don't want to be going out to places where we can pick up germs and viruses because we will probably get sick. If we have a weak psychic immune system, we don't want to be putting out negative thoughts, which are energy, because the negativity in us will attract like negative energy. In the case of negative energy, like attracts like. Fear attracts fear, sadness attracts sadness, shame attracts shame, etc. That is how it works!

An earthbound spirit is the disembodied consciousness of someone who has died and not gone to the light for some reason. Spirits of deceased people do not always see the light, which we all hear about. For instance, if the dead person died under very traumatic circumstances, like being murdered, in an airplane crash, a car wreck, shot in a war or just fell off a cliff, the chances are good that they will not see the light and will wander. Others who may not see the light are those who die in great pain under the influence of heavy drug sedation. Others just don't want to go. They want to stay with a loved one for instance to protect them or just to be near them.

How do I know this? The earthbound spirits tell me during Spirit Releasement Therapy.

If your psychic immune system is down and you are negative in your thinking, you are open and can attract like negative energies. An earthbound spirit who finds your energy attractive and your Guardian Chi down can attach to you. Likewise, a demonic entity drawn by your Light can use your negative thinking to take the opportunity to attach to you. You could also pick up the disassociated soul-mind fragment of someone as an attachment. Whatever you pick up as an attachment brings its energy with it to you and then you have to deal with the consequences.

In the case of an earthbound spirit, the entity brings you the energy of its death and the negative energy of its life. If it had heart trouble, an addiction, was depressed, a persistent failure, a compulsive overeater, had relationship problems or was consumed by rage and hate, it brings that energy to you. You will now have a strong tendency to have the same problems as the entity.

The same is true with a soul-mind fragment attachment. The horrific energy, causing the disassociation is in the fragment and it comes to you. If the entity is demonic, the demon will strive to make you miserable, do things not in your best interest, cause you mental and physical pain and anguish, and try to destroy you to destroy your Light. That is what demons do. It is their job to destroy the Light.

The only way out of these conditions is to remove the entities; there is no other way. While the entities are attached, they are negative forcing functions in the subconscious mind continuously embedding and supporting their negative programs in your subconscious self and no therapy can be effective until the entities are removed. Sometimes the entities will leave by themselves, but you cannot remove them by yourself. Someone skilled in dealing with these energies must remove them.

Once removed, the subconscious self can be accessed, and therapy will now be effective to change the person's life.

This article is intended for general informational purposes
and does not provide medical, psychological, or other professional advice.


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