Spiritual Issues, Mental Issues or both?
Often when we assess spiritual issues, we are also assessing mental health issues. Not because you have to be mentally unwell to have spiritual issues but oftentimes they go hand in hand, especially when your spiritual issues aren't being addressed. In the day and age of Covid-19 we are seeing a spike in paranormal problems and I'm not surprised. We have been denied access to our religious institutions, we have lost the ability to pray, to take part in the sacrament of the church and to have our sins absolved. While I speak from a catholic perspective, this is happening to others all across the world.
When you are initiated into a specific tradition, no matter what it is, the same blessing your receive... I.e. baptism, can turn into a curse. It can be manipulated and taken advantage of by malevolent spirits if you knowingly stop practicing OR are being denied the opportunity to practice and take part in the sacraments provided to you. So what does this have to do with Mental issues you ask? Well simply put, nothing outside of the mind is "real". Every thought, every feeling, every dream is more real than you are. Those same thoughts can manifest into our waking lives, good or bad. Since March we have constantly been bombarded by negative news media claiming that this virus is going to kill you or alternatively if you don't do your part you are going to kill others. Than we were lock downed, some of us alone. With nothing but our thoughts. This has not only created huge egregores, but also allowed malevolent entities the opportunity to prey on us as a whole. My suggestion to you all is to rid your homes of lingering negative energies We can help here with our cleansing service, the Home Clearing Kit, Daily protective baths with any of our protective soaps and adjusting the way you are thinking by turning off the news media, and reaching out to talk to someone, anyone, to help you through this time. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, please reach out to the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.