When someone is mentally ill, communication barriers continually have to be dealt with. Through caring for my son who is dealing with Bipolar II disorder, I have learned “speaking to a loved one’s spirit” is helpful and can resolve problems that cannot be reasoned through with the physical brain.
A prayer to heal a fractured spirit can be offered to reunite a fragmented spirit. To protect your spirit, God made it with the ability for fragments to break away when burdens of darkness become greater than the strength to endure.
When a fragment of your spirit departs from the core spirit for a “so-called” vacation from stress, abuse, trauma, etc., your fragmented spirit is seeking to escape heavy burdens of darkness with the hope of finding relief. Allowing your spirit to fragment is God’s way of perserving the life of your spirit.
How can I tell if my loved one has a fractured spiritContinue reading “Prayer to Heal Fractured Spirit | Reunite Fragmented Spirit”
This past week, I was again reminded that prayer is only effective if I am offering a heartfelt prayer. In other words, effective prayer is heartfelt prayer. This type of prayer requires focus with an increase in emotion.
What is a heartfelt prayer?Continue reading “Heartfelt Prayer – Effective thru Focused Increased Emotion”
The past couple of birthdays and Christmases have been very difficult days for my son Darrell who is coping with Bipolar II disorder. When life consists of darkness, it is difficult to believe it is possible to ever return to the light of the “True Me” again.
Make happier occasionsContinue reading “True Me – An answer to a Mother’s prayer”
Discarnates once lived upon the earth but for various reasons had difficulty transitioning to the spirit world when they died, thus becoming bound to the earth. One of my readers kindly commented that I hadn’t addressed the subject of discarnates also known as disembodied spirits or earthbound spirits. I now desire to address this subject.
Discarnates or earthbound spiritsContinue reading “Discarnates | Disembodied Spirits | Earthbound Spirits”
Since a top goal of mine is healing, I am continually studying about various healing methods. While I know breathing deep is healing, I wasn’t making it a practice to do deep breathing exercises. When I received an epiphany about breathing exercises, I realized it was important.
EpiphanyContinue reading “Deep Breathing Exercises – Cleansing / Healing”
Although the label of my son’s depression medication, fluoxetine, the off brand of Prozac, does not warn caffeine mixed with Prozac can have adverse side-effects, we learned first-hand that sometimes caffeine does not mix well with Prozac /fluoxetine.
Diet Coke “pick-me-up”
The bright red label on my son’s depression medication, fluoxetine, the generic of Prozac, warns in bold lettering: DO NOT Drink Alcoholic Beverages while taking this medicine. We learned through first-hand experience why this bold red label is added to the medicine bottle, and that alcohol mixed with Prozac is not a good idea!
Ability to make wise choices impaired
I feel the need to share another personal soul healing experience. Reading this story may be helpful to those seeking skills to perform a soul healing.
Something was very wrong
My son, Darrell, didn’t want to go to an appointment my husband and I felt was important to attend so we strongly encouraged him to go. I could tell something was seriously wrong as Darrell and I climbed into the car to drive to Darrell’s appointment. He was extremely agitated and very edgy. I could sense I shouldn’t talk to him. In fact, I decided to ride in the back seat so I could secretly text our energy worker the adverse symptoms Darrell was experiencing.
Used a blanket to stay out of sight
Is there a relationship between Cannabis and psychosis? After thoroughly researching Cannabis, my son, Darrell, decided it was safe to use. My recent studies also indicate the majority of people are not adversely affected by Cannabis. However, there is a population sector whose brains respond to Cannabis with psychotic episodes.
Cannabis and psychosis – Risks