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Sweeping Away The Ghosts - Practical Advice For Spirit Removal
Most of our readers already know that our organizations Pararesearchers, OGHRS, and TGHRS do not clear or rid homes, offices, or other buildings of ghosts or spirits. However, we do consult with spirit mediums that will. None of the mediums we work with charge fees or money for these services when working on investigations with us. They believe their gifts come from God, and it is against their faith to profit from their abilities. Since they are volunteers we ask that you do not contact them directly, but please use our reporting form to contact us. We will only utilise them as a last resort, and after our investigations have been completed. We prefer to provide education, and help people to learn how to live with their experiences, and the vast majority do!
Occasionally people do want to be rid of their ghost or unseen visitor, and at that point we ask our consultant spirit mediums when available to take over. Again, unlike so many others they do so completely free of any charge.
Elsie Lynn Leyland is a spirit medium with decades of experience. She has performed spirit clearings in the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area successfully, both as a pastor of the Spiritualist Church of Canada, and through the Anglican church as a consultant. Elsie Lynn has a degree in religious studies from an accredited University.
I asked Elsie Lynn what if anything people can do for themselves at home, and here is her advice. This method has been used successfully over, and over again and can be performed by any home owner or tenant.
Get one full-sized natural fibre sweeping broom (the kind you use to sweep the house with). You need to be strong in your intentions. Your mind must not have any uncertainty in it.
Go to the farthest part of the home. The farthest part away from the door to go outside. The whole house must be swept, even over carpet.
While you sweep you speak loudly and clearly with authority to the ghost. Sweep in a pace, like you are moving to the beat of music.
With each sweep say this:
"We don't want you here. You must leave. You cannot return. Out! Out! We don't want you here. You must leave. You cannot return. Out! Out! "
Repeat this like a mantra (it is ok if you translate it to any language)
Don't miss any part of the house. Sweep it out until you reach the door. Then sweep out the door. Once you are done, I want you to go to each room. When you go to each room you should light a single white tea-lite candle in each room.
When you do this you must say:
"I light this flame of protection to cleanse my home."
Then with strong conviction you must say:
"This is MY HOME! I am the living and I LIVE HERE!"
You must do that in every room of your home, office etc. Once that has happened you should have some friends over while the candles burn. Invite them over for tea or drinks so living people's energy can fill the space.
The brooms are the next issue. Once you sweep out with them they must be dunked in a bucket of water to cleanse them, and allowed to dry outside before they are brought back into the home. Some people burn them or throw them away. It is your choice.
I find that water is the universal cleanser, so water works just fine.
If you want to smell nice tranquility you can burn incense in the home after, but it is only a cosmetic preference for people to choose.
Ghosts or spirits can be scary, but they do not have the strength of a living human. They can only mess with our minds to make our confidence low. They can freak us out because they shock us. Always remember that we have control over the ghosts, they do not have control over us. Think of an active ghost who is constantly scaring folks, like it is a bully. Stand up to the bully and he runs. He is only a bully because someone bullied him in the past. Be tough with the ghost and they will back down.
Our thanks to Elsie Lynn Leyland for sharing her methods, and advice with us. Again, the above will work if you follow the directions and are strong in your convictions.
And please remember that if someone asks you to give them money for such a service, "caveat emptor" or "let the buyer beware" churches as a rule do not charge for blessings, or helping others including the spirit mediums that belong to the Spiritualist Church.
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