What’s with all the demons?
What in the world is going on? Lately all I hear about is demons. Demons are the cause of this or that. Demons are attaching themselves to us and making us do horrible things. Demons. What the hell is a demon anyway?Webster says it’s an evil spirit or a devil.
So suddenly we’re all being taken over by these evil spirits?
C’mon folks. GET A GRIP.
And then there’s all this spirit attachment.
Everyone’s behavior in the last year has been excused away by spirit attachments. And again I say, GET A GRIP.
We are not a bunch of victims here.
I heard that Gary Spivey says people with Fibromyalgia have demons. I’ll be sure to mention that to my sweet 80 year old mother who has the disease. I’ve also heard that he says demons are the root cause of all of our problems. That reminds me of an experience I had at least 30 years ago.
I was giving a talk to high school kids about un-wed pregnancy and birth control and one of the girls came up to me afterwards and said that her boyfriend told her if she ate a lot of peanut butter, she wouldn’t get pregnant. She was wondering if that was true. I was torn between wanting to get mad at the young man or laughing.
And that’s how I feel when I hear these ridiculous stories about demons and spirit attachment, lets break this down:
There is a Universal law that is Like Attracts Like and since that’s the case, you have to ask yourself Why would YOU attract a demon? Why would a spirit attach itself to YOU? What’s the benefit in it for them?
In order to be an evil spirit, you had to be evil in your life. Let’s take Saddam Hussein. Why would he bother attaching himself to you? Why would he come into your life and make you do bad things to people? I think he’s got a pretty full plate on the other side cleaning up his karma. And the same with all of the other EVIL people we have heard of throughout history. These folks are not down here on Earth attaching themselves to us. They’re working their butts off (actually they don’t have butts, do they?) to be able to come back to Earth someday.
I can hear you thinking “yah but what about all those ghosts in the astral plane” and that’s a good question.. Something you need to understand about ghosts is that most of them are immature souls who simply do not want to move on. We’ve all met people like that. Maybe you’re one of them yourself.
You hate change. You don’t want anything in life (or death) to change, so when you die, because you have free will, you might chose to remain earth bound AND STUCK.
I’m thinking back to how many spirits I have seen over the years that have attached themselves to people and I can honestly say less than a handful. And I’ve had a spirit or two attach themselves to me, but when it happens, you feel weird, off balance. You can look in the mirror and not see your own eyes looking back. You feel the extra weight of something that’s hanging on to you.
If you have those symptoms, you can go to a healer and get the spirit attachment off with a simple healing. It doesn’t have to be some grand ritual. Don’t buy into the hype that seems to be going on.
You can also tell the spirit to get off of you and go to the light.
I don’t want to sound like I’m blowing off the whole spirit attachment/demon thing. Spirit attachment is real and does happen, but certainly not as much as people are saying. And I suppose there are demons out there although I’ve never seen one in the 42 years I’ve been a ghostbuster.
If you’re having a problem in your life, do your inner work first before deciding it’s a demon or spirit attachment. Don’t buy into the crazy peanut butter stories out there.
And if you are someone who has a reoccurring problem with attachment or attracting demons, ask yourself one question. What are you getting out of it for it to be continually happening. Does it make you feel special? Is it a good excuse for not having to do your inner healing work? There’s a pay off somewhere otherwise, you’d put your foot down and not allow it to happen anymore.
Demons be gone. Spirit attachments go home.
End of Blog for tonight.
*applause* Thank you.
You know, if I get a bad headache, I’m reaching for the aspirin before I call an exorcist. Demons are fictitious, superstitious nonsense.
Echo, what do you feel about the last news in Haiti?