We must treat the effects by addressing the causes. It is necessary to intervene in origins of the disturbances.
Hamlet was absolutely right in advising Horatio that there are more things in heaven and earth than our philosophy ever dreamed of. In fact, our senses are narrow windows through which we see only a fraction of the boundless reality that surrounds us. Aspects of such unnoticed realities, however, interact with our inner motivations in such a way that few are ready to admit.
The body and the soul (spirit) exercise a mutual influence on each other that constitutes an interactionist dualism. Thus the brain and the spirit are in an intense relationship. However, there is supremacy of the spirit over the body. The body, and especially the brain, are significantly shaped by the influence of a spirit.
A mental disorder originates in the subtle perturbations of the patient’s spiritual body, and manifests in the physical vessel as a surprising combination of variable and undefined illnesses. The imbalance of the spirit is germane to the cause of these specific brain disharmonies.
The root cause for the imbalance of the spirit lies in various problems that may originate in circumstances of past lives as well as negative habits of thinking in the current life. In every sufferer we will always find an indebted spirit striving for his own redemption. Those spirits changed their physical garments, but are still the same spiritual individuals.
For such unfortunate people the physical realm is the only one capable of offering the blessed opportunity of harsh, redemptive suffering. The mental illness compels these most unfortunate debtors to do their work of redemption and expiation, providing them with tough expiatory opportunities here on the earth. Sovereign and infallible divine laws preside over all our destinies, we are known and examined everywhere. The earth is presently a harsh, dolorous battlefield.
The persistent negative influences of discarnate illness-causing spirits (called “obsession”) or trauma experienced in previous lives are considered etiological to mental disorders, in association with psychosocial and biological factors.
Obsession (intrusion) (the persistent action that a disturbed spirit (intruder) exerts over an individual) is the most common component to the causes of mental disturbances. These harmful influences can happen when an obsessing spirit exacerbates negative feelings and thoughts in the patient through a kind of telepathy.
Obsession ultimately originates in the moral imperfections of the patient (including in previous lives). As effect always follows cause, if the latter is not found in this life, it must be in preceding life, that is, it must be in a previous existence.
The patient’s own negative feelings, thoughts, and behavior allow the obsessing spirit to mentally tune into the individual, as well as make the patient accept its influence. The obsessing spirit is motivated most of the time by a vengeful feeling against the victim, or by common addiction(s) or common psychological state. However, it is important to emphasize that the person can choose to accept or reject the obsessing influence, i.e. the subject has the free will to follow the obsessor’s suggestions or not. The more a patient accepts the obsessor’s influence, the stronger the psychic/spiritual tie between them, making the obsession more severe. In the most severe cases, such as in possession states, the patient may entirely lose his or her capacity for self-control.
A wicked spirit can, through persistent induction, cause neurocommunication disturbances and, consequently, the deficiency of these substances, such as dopamine, endorphins, cerebrins, and many others, depending upon the induction’s intensity and its duration that this disturbance occurred.
Spirits have primary agency in almost all cases of illness (especially in schizophrenia or other psychotic state, since one’s own spirit has been displaced by an obsessing spirit or spirits).
Usually, when insanity breaks out, obsession also comes into the picture, because of the link that keeps both incarnate and discarnate people connected through the records of an invisible divine ledger where common failures and serious debts are to be balanced by the Law of Cause and Effect.
There is indeed physiological distress that results from the chemical reaction of the brain, hereditary causes, or the progressing diseases and its scars, as well as exogenous distresses like stress, anxiety, socio-economical problems, traumas and losses, but all this because the Spirit owes to the Supreme Codes of Life.
Repressed hatred if not diluted with love, causes physical and mental diseases.
In the top picture we see three sick beings there: one in the flesh and two other outside of it. The brains of all three of them are compromised and completely attuned to each other. The brains of both discarnates are subject to illness too. The suffering incarnate isn’t aware of his obsessors’ present due to the circle of coarse vibrations in which he keeps himself. Thoughts that belong to discarnates are obviously living in the mind of an incarnate. Troubles and sentiments are being exchanged between them with mathematical precision. It is astonishing to watch the flow of their shared mental vibrations.
Obsession is an acid burning the delicate mental components and producing tormenting mental problems.
Let’s sum up some of the facts mentioned above.
Obsession (intrusion) is characterized by the action of inferior spirits (intruders) upon the human psyche. In many sources this process is categorized by three degrees. In the first degree the spiritual infestation (intrusion) reaches the mind causing mental disturbances; in the second degree, it extends to the centers of affectivity and of will, affecting the feelings and the psychomotor system, leading the obsessed person to manifest strange attitudes such as nervous gestures and tics; in the third degree it affects the actual conscience of the victim, unchaining hallucinatory processes.
The causes of obsession (intrusion) are the result of some factors, among which the most frequent are: problems of reincarnation, vicious trends, extreme egoism, unmeasured ambitions, aversion to certain people, hatred, feelings of revenge, frivolity, exaggerated vanity, attachment to earthly values and so on. These dispositions of the person attract similar spirits (intruders) that envelope him and are accepted by him as invisible companions. The obsessing spirits (intruders) are not the only culprits of the obsession (intrusion). Generally the greater culpability lies in the victim.
In the picture below the invisible discarnate spirits (benevolent/good or malevolent/evil) walk among us all the time, completely imperceptible to the human eye. Click this picture to see what the incarnate spirits (which we all are) see in the same place at the beach.