Psychics, Mediums, Friends of the Paranormal
Because of the way I was raised in learning how to deal with the Apache Shaman spirits, I had to learn to discern spirits at a very young age. I was taught that only light could see the darkness of a spirit. If I could see darkness the only truth was that I myself was light. This teaching gave me confidence that I was a child of light. I was also taught that the dark shaman spirits were only dark because I was blocking the light upon them. As soon as I could see the character of myself plainly then the spirit would no longer be dark. When I see my own character I can shine the light on the spirit and see the spirit in color and brightness. We recite stories about ourselves that remind us of the good and noble deeds that we have done. Also about how we have overcome our fears or have overcome hardship. Bravery, courage, patience and wisdom. When we see the true character of ourselves, the spirits become bright and beautiful. The spirits respect us when we shine our lights upon them. Any way, I am not for sure if these are the same kind of spirits but it is how I was taught to deal with them. When we see ourselves as light, shine our light, we give glory to the spirits who help us. When we see their beauty we recite stories of their good deeds and noble actions. It is like painting a sand painting. We fill in the colors to the dark spirits and they are no longer dark. This will work if any of these dark spirits are Native American. But I have found that most spirits enjoy hearing good things about them and brings peace quickly during a haunting or spiritual battle. It is about respect to all creation. Just like I was saying, these spirits have taught me a profound generosity, courage, patience and wisdom.
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