Speaking to a Loved One’s Spirit – Living not Dead

Speaking to a loved one's spirit - There have been more occasions than I can count, I have spoken to my son, Darrell, who is dealing with Bipolar II disorder, through his heavenly spirit.

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.

Speaking to a loved one’s spirit

There have been more occasions than I can count, when I have spoken to my son, Darrell, through his heavenly spirit. I have found doing this to be effective especially when I am striving to reunite his fractured spirit.

More energy and emotion reunite fractured spirit

Through my experience observing Darrell over the past three years, I have discovered praying to reunite a fractured spirit takes more focused energy and emotion than other types of healing prayers. Sometimes if I am having difficulty raising my energy and emotion when saying a prayer to reunite his fractured spirit, I stop and speak to his spirit before continuing to pray for him.

Speaking to a loved one’s spirit works!
When someone is mentally ill, communication barriers continually have to be dealt with.  Caring for my son who has Bipolar II Disorder, I have learned speaking to a loved one's spirit is helpful and can also resolve problems that cannot be reasoned through with the physical brain.
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The practice of speaking to Darrell’s spirit prior to reuniting his fractured spirit has never failed. Sometimes I have to persevere a few times before his spirit accepts healing, but he has always been reunited 100% of the time when I lovingly speak to his spirit before I pray for him.

Speaking to a loved one’s spirit prior to praying for them

Here is a sample of what I say when I speak to my son’s spirit prior to saying a prayer to reunite a fractured spirit.

Darrell, this is mom. I sure do love you! I am speaking to over half of your spirit that has broken away from your core spirit which leaves a lot of open space for dark, negative spirits to make themselves at home in your body.

Fragments of Darrell’s spirit, you are missed. Since you left, there are lots of dark, negative entities tormenting Darrell and those around him. I understand you left to find peace and rest but it’s actually causing more problems.

The dark entities hate me and say nasty mean things to me because they don’t want me to help Darrell but I am determined to help no matter what they say. I am saying lots of prayers to get rid of these tormentors but more negative spirits replace the ones that left.

Fragments of Darrell, please come back. I understand things are difficult because you are being challenged by a lot of darkness, and that you would rather have a better life. I promise to continue to help you in every way possible to fulfill your life mission.

Please give all your burdens to God and allow Him to heal your spirit so you can return back to your physical body. You are a blessing to Dad and me. We have learned many things watching as you bravely battle darkness.

We are very thankful for all that we have learned from you. We have learned to be slower to judge and more filled with compassion, patience, and love toward our fellowmen especially those who are struggling with difficult trials. Thank you for your service to us which has helped us to be better people!

We love you dearly!

Prayer to Reunite a Fractured Spirit

After I say whatever I feel I need to say to my son, I then say the prayer to reunite a fractured spirit recorded in a previous blog.

The spirit can refracture

Because Darrell is dealing with a lot of darkness, he will most likely refracture and I will have to repeat what I explained in this blog…..

  1. Speaking to a loved one’s spirit
  2. Praying to reunite a loved one’s fractured spirit

I look forward to the day there is no more darkness to deal with!

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