Dark Force Entities

A dark force entity is a soul that has never been alive in a body. It lives in the realm of spirit, as do what are often called angels. A dark force entity lives under the illusion that the Light will destroy it and avoids light at all costs. A dark force entity is under the control of other, more powerful dark force entities and is given assignments to collect the energies produced from negative emotions. The assignments involve attaching itself to a human or an organization and planting and encouraging negative thoughts and feelings in order for the one it has invaded to produce the energy the dark force entity has been assigned to collect. Dark force entities also goad their victims to perform destructive acts. Some are assigned to interfere with people doing work that will advance their most feared enemy, the Light.

In a Clearing session, reclaiming a dark force entity is the work of the angels, with assistance from the humans involved in the session.

Earthbound Entities

An earthbound entity is a soul that has been alive in its own body, has died and is now floating, bodiless, near the earth. When it is a human who has died and ends up lost here near the earth rather than making its way home into the Light, it is often referred to as a ghost.

An earthbound entity can attach to someone who is living and will not only draw energy from their host, it will try to continue living through them. This creates confusion for the one the earthbound entity has attached to as the thoughts, feelings, desires and perspective of the earthbound entity become mingled with their own.

I have found earthbound entities from many categories: human, animal, members of the woodland/nature communities, plants, stones, extraterrestrials.

When an earthbound entity is discovered in a Clearing session, it is assisted to complete its transition into the Light.

Earlier Memories

Unresolved events that occured in childhood, the womb, or past lives can create a “bleed through” effect for a client, causing them to carry the hurt, anger, and fear from that earlier time into their present life. In a Clearing session, these often un-remembered events can be safely revisited in order to be brought to resolution and released.

Soul Fragments

Soul retrieval, shamanism, is an ancient practice enjoying a revival in alternative therapy circles today. In shamanism’s original form, such as the Andean tradition, shamans are healers who serve their community in many ways. One of the healing methods they employ is to “travel” in a dream state to locate and recover the lost soul fragments of their patients. The shaman then returns them to their owners and in this way, restores them to wholeness.

In a Clearing session, we may discover that parts of the soul have fragmented and are now missing, leaving one with the feeling that in some way, they are no longer whole. This fragmentation could be the result of a traumatic event. Another possibility is a shattering of the whole as a consequence of an intense experience that is ecstatically wonderful, but too much energy for the consciousness to hold.
We may also notice parts of others have become attached, or a client may have implanted a fragment of their soul in someone else. In all of these instances, soul fragment retrieval, a form of shamanism will be carried out.

Soul fragment retrieval differs from the traditional practice of shamanism in that the client is an active participant in the process. They are assisted to notice what is missing within them. Then lost fragments are called back and, with the help of the angels, returned and reunited. In the same way, soul fragments of others that have attached to the client will be carried back to the one they belong to.

Watch Yourself

This is a refresher/reset exercise that you might enjoy on one of those days when you’re feeling stuck in ordinariness.

Imagine yourself as a commentator. The way commentating is done at performances and sports events, only you are the focus. You are watching every small, ordinary thing you do. Injecting excitement and admiration in the commentary you give yourself. Use the third person when you do this because you are watching you, not being you. Be generous with your approval.

Keep going until you feel that shift and ordinary, the way you do it, becomes extraordinary.