How To Perform A Spiritual Exorcism

How To Perform A Spiritual Exorcism

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Learn what an exorcism is from a spiritual perspective and how to perform one yourself.

In the movie The Exorcist, a young girl is possessed by a demon and needs a pair of Catholic priests to remove it.

It turns out that exorcisms are real. And although they’ve been glamorized by Hollywood, in reality, they are not so scary!

If you’ve ever felt overcome by negative energy, you don’t need religious officials to remove it for you. You have the power to do it all on your own.

There is a huge difference between the religious view of exorcisms and the spiritual one. This week, I’ll explain the difference and you’ll learn how to perform one on yourself.

Always remember that you have the ultimate power! When you stand in that power, no negative energy can ever touch you.

You’ll hear:

💥 The religious vs. spiritual view of exorcisms.

💥 Spiritual definitions of demons and evil spirits.

💥 How to perform your own spiritual exorcism.

💥 Why you have the ultimate power to face any negative energy.

Here’s the audio version of this video:

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Once you watch the video, let me know in the comments below:

How do you handle negative energy?

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With deep love and gratitude;

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CHRISTINA LOPES, DPT, MPH

I’m a life coach, spiritual teacher, and former clinician. My life’s work is to help accelerate your spiritual awakening so you can heal your past, overcome any challenge, and live with joy and purpose. If you need help in navigating your spiritual awakening, I recommend that you check out my popular free guided meditations.

4 Comments
  • Christina, I have researched many healing methods used by military combat veterans, two of them using Native American techniques. One tribe, perhaps Navajo, have used a pressing out on the surface of the entire face with small sticks done by a shaman.

    The other story, more complex, involved a brave Navy medical corpsman who removed a rocket propelled grenade from the chest of an already dead Marine in Vietnam. The RPG was active and potentially explosive, so he took a great risk and broke a couple of ribs to push the rocket out the front of the chest. In this way, he was able to give the family a whole body for an open coffin funeral. But for some reason this very sensitive Navy Corpsman felt guilty about not saving the Marine’s life and partially defacing his body (it had to be sewn up later). This bad emotional reaction was helped by a fellow veteran who was a Native American who took him to a sweat lodge where he entered an altered state of consciousness. After the sweating, the Navy Corpsman actually telephoned the family of dead Marine to apologize, but the family told him that he did them a great favor in removing the rocket so that they could have a peaceful open casket funeral where the family could see the face of their son. If some Western psychologist had told the Corpsman the same thing, I don’t think he would have believed it. But after the Native sweat lodge and speaking to the grateful family, he came to emotionally accept that his efforts were a higher good and not a botched medical job.

  • Very Nicely done, thank you.

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