Suicide: A seer speaks out on the energy of suicide.
Suicide is yet another ego-conglomerate. One that the spiritually aware may have encountered. Be vigilant to act swiftly to prevent it if you do come up against this foe. At the end of this article I provide resources for doing so.
Because I am a minister, I deal with issues spiritually. However, I do NOT recommend that in such cases you go lightly about doing some sort of exorcism. That can stir up trouble and not help.
Nor do we assist the imperiled soul when we allow the politically correct, ‘thought police’ to interfere. We need good, old-fashioned common sense. And professional help dealing with this.
Why allow an ideology to entice us to politely whisper of this devil?
‘Call a spade a spade,’ and not with terms that disguise its danger. Why join cowards who shirk from their duty when any of us can choose to become either friends of the angels we call. Or actual angels in embodiment to rescue the soul.
So, no political politeness allowed when it just protects unrighteousness. We can’t allow it to put us off the trail of the soul’s ultimate enemy. A healer worth her or his mantle will not let this new world order infiltrate nor encroach upon the sacrosanct healing space. Nor wittingly allow this worst aspect of ego to hide. Not even in carefully couched terms.
Suicide may be a difficult topic to broach. Yet we can discuss it wisely. So we can deal with it.
The Master Christ was neither politically correct, nor did he fear to name negative energy for the devil it is. He never cast energies out ‘willy-nilly.’ But taught us to clear energy correctly. By advice like:
“Whenever a vile spirit has gone out from a man, it goes traveling around in places where there is no water to seek rest for itself; Whenever it does not find it, it says, ‘I shall return to my house from whence I came.’ And when it has come, it finds it swept and decorated. And it goes bringing seven others spirits which are more evil than itself, and they are entering and dwelling there, and the end of that man will be worse than his beginning.”
~ Aramaic Bible in Plain English, Luke 11:24-26
I bring this up, not to discourage or add more fear but to empower.
Let’s look at the teaching on the energy of suicide from the level of the Christ. Who was and is a master healer. And still sets the standard for healing on all levels. As I said, most ‘ghosts’ aren’t as noisy or evident as the poltergeist, yet those that are must be treated with expertise.
For example, any who quit smoking might testify how the cure resulted in a worse addiction. When they take up recreational eating or drinking to ease the withdrawal, they have new ‘devils’ to pay. That’s just one example.Angel by Titan 1522 PD-old from WikiArt.org
However, suicide is a devil to be cast out in a highly specialized way.
My specialty is prayer. Never underestimate its power. You can support yourself or a loved one tremendously. Spiritual health is high on the list.
Yet, this epidemic effects the body-brain, too. So do seek clinical psychological support. And medical expertise. To guide self-care through preventative treatment of brain chemical imbalance.
Today’s pharmaceutical answer to depression is pills. Yet drug makers caution users to advise their doctors when pills induce hard-to-shake thoughts of suicide.
Exercise is shown to work better than pills in elevating mood, naturally and in balance. So is clean living. Pure eating. This is preventative. And it can be part of post traumatic recovery. Integrative, natural treatment works closely with natural care. Sound medical treatment. And expert psychological therapy.
Make distraction-free relationship a priority. Communicate in person. Texting tends to distance us from one another. Be aware, and be with loved ones. Observe. Listen. Be there for them. Focused, in the moment.
This energy is worse than poltergeists.
It’s mass-consciousness gone rogue. Driving individuals mad.
Today it is more politically correct to call suicide ‘self-harm.’ Don’t let that benign sounding term paralyze you or a loved one. Nor allow it to fool you into trying to beat this massive energy on your own.
Think: Frankenstein. Our artificial environment interferes with nature. Including human nature. Our environment is poisoned on every plane. Toxins attack every level of our our body and being. They provide a breeding ground for many ills. Suicide is both an illness and a symptom of a greater issue. That of massive, deeply pervasive spiritual crisis.
War is unnatural. The horrors of this, or any trauma, live on in the psyche. To haunt warriors long after events pass.
Tech creates a virtual relationship model. With little real conversation. People isolate themselves in so many ways. Or engage in group think. Allow themselves to be ‘herded.’ Instead of getting fresh air.
Suicide is an epidemic. And one out of proportion to its own history. Mostly because of the fast, almost out-of-control frenzy of our society.
The prevalence of suicide seems unstoppable.
But it can be. If we recognize it early. Act swiftly. And ‘pray without ceasing.’
Just as Jesus spoke of the unguarded body-mind, we see how today’s poisons infiltrate the soul’s abode. On all levels. Yet qualified and gifted practitioners in integrative medicine understand the total body. And being.
They can make healthful recommendations. Including diet, exercise and meditation. And they can monitor the effects of lifestyle change. To help patients avoid resorting to prescription or recreational drugs. Or properly deal with self-medication such as overeating. Or other self-sabotaging behavior. Which, as I suggested, can act like the ‘7 devils.’ Worse than the first.
A good integrative team can deal with any or all these issues.
They can oversee medication when it’s life-saving and necessary. Or help with tapering off and detoxing from unnecessary medicine, but doing so cleanly and correctly. Again, this is NOT a do-it-yourself regime.
Going off meds without doctor supervision can harm, maim. Or even kill just as surely as suicide.
Seeking appropriate, compassionate, professional help with crisis shows strength. Not weakness. Getting into a good, medically supervised program is spiritual and holistic. It is healthy. Can work for post traumatic treatment. And for prevention — but only when and if there is time.
Because, in a crisis, time is too short. Natural intervention would be too late, although it can be part of recovery treatment.
So, when aware of a problem – your own or that of another – do this: First and foremost, immediately contact the experts. They can counsel and help you deal with the threat of suicide.
If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of ‘self-harm’ or suicide, take kind and firm action.
Call qualified experts trained to help deal with this. U.S. and Canada residents should contact 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Residents in other countries can seek local hotlines at suicide.org. For more information visit Suicide Prevention Lifeline.