I’ve read and heard a lot about walk-ins being possessed. While we may host many expressions of our multidimensional soul, we are not possessed by negative external entities.
We are calling home all the aspects or counterparts of ourselves, including the lower or less-involved aspects in parallel lifetimes and dimensions. We are calling them into wholeness, healing, and integration.
Because so many walk-ins are energy sensitive, we feel the negative vibrations more than most people. When we encounter aspects of ourselves that have unresolved issues, we have the opportunity and ability to help them resolve these issues and raise their vibration. As more of our wise higher self anchors into the body we are able to “parent” these childish aspects that are known to throw tantrums.
These aspects can be considered the multiple archetypes, which many metaphysical and psychologist authors have written about. Each archetype has both a positive and negative expression. The inner child can be both the wounded child or the wonder child. It may have issues that cause it to be a royal pain, or it may urge us to play, create, and not take life so seriously.
When we push these parts of ourselves away and see them as separate or bad entities, we begin to hate them. This only feeds the vibration that has kept them in their wounded or lesser-evolved state. When we recognize or acknowledge the needs of these aspects, we are able to help them find their way to a more loving expression in all lifetimes and dimensions.
These archetypes live within us as aspects and around us as the humans we view as something other than a part of ourselves–something other than God. It is our separate mindedness that causes us to see parts of ourselves and the individual expressions of Source as something to be battled or taken down. What we need to do is take them UP. To embrace them and bring them into a better understanding of who they are and how they can function as a cohesive part of us.
In my coaching, I teach people how to love these parts of themselves and not allow them to be like a bratty child who wants to rule the entire family. As you know, whatever we give the most focus and energy to is what increases in intensity. When we say that these parts of ourselves are negative possessions we actually give them the power to act as if they are in control.
We may pick up on the energy of the human collective consciousness. But, as the higher self, we are always in control of our what we allow to stay in our thoughts and emotions. Just like our behaviors and attitudes can put humans on the defense and cause them to react negatively to us, so can we put these parts of ourselves on the defense. It is only when they feel attacked that they become frightened, reactive, or belligerent.
I have witnessed this recently in my interactions with a person who is starved for attention. The caregiver for this particular male is extremely fatigued and lacks the energy and knowledge of how to manage the negativity this person exemplifies. She does not realize that her tone of voice and harsh manner of dealing with him is actually feeding his unruly and wounded inner child that is still seeking a mother figure. He has the ability and compassion as a sensitive soul to be very loving and cooperative. This expression comes forward when he feels loved and accepted. The more time I spent with him and the more I showered compassion upon him, the more empowered he became. Instead of looking for others to wait on him hand and foot, he earnestly began trying to do things for himself rather than asking for my help. It was beautiful to witness this unfolding. It was like playing a game to see how much of his positive aspects I could coax out during the few days we spent together.
When two wounded people go into battle against one another, both are going to get hurt even more than they already are. Thus, the problem is compounded and neither person gets the nurturing they crave and deserve from one another. When we see an aspect or another person as more or less powerful than ourselves, naturally their influence over the unhealed aspects of ourselves increases. This negativity can snowball until the person feels as though they are possessed by some negative entity. The only thing they are possessed by is a faulty and disempowered (unloving) mindset. This can be remedied with education or energy treatment.
It is time for us to rise up in our wisdom, love, and grace to bring these aspects of our soul to wholeness. Stop calling them negative entities or possessions. Stop fighting them and giving them your power. Instead, give them your love. See yourself as the enlightened and empowered parent. You are able to help these so-called “evil” aspects of yourself integrate and become a helpful part of the team that lovingly guides your psyche in this incarnation.
Author, Spiritual Transformation Coach, & Light Language Facilitator