Since I started my work with astal forces in astrology, I have experienced many wonderful things. It would make sense that I also have encountered negative components of the astral world, namely bhutas or ghosts that are afflicting people.
I would like to share here briefly the stages of bhuta possession as seen in some clients’ lives:
It really is a terrible thing to witness, and the stages are very consistent from possession to possession.
I would recommend that you stop the sequence at the early stages, for the power increases as you go along. For example, NEVER give a name to a bhuta.
Be aware. This is a real phenomenon.
Dr. Lad has mentioned the reality of these bhutas all along my education, and again, I have witnessed the sequence to the advanced stage in a few unfortunate clients, and I think we all have experienced a bhuta at the early stage. I have.
It can seem innocent enough. Let me tell you a story.
One time I was looking for a dropped ring that is of great sentimental value. I mean, I looked all over my rather open plan apartment. I then went outside and traced my steps with a flashlight and ran into 3 friends. I told them of my situation and we looked a bit when one of them recommended that we try again in the apartment.
All four of us spent a half hour combing my apartment floor almost literally. So kind of them. Finally, I looked up and appealed out loud with great earnestness, “Powers that be, please give me back my ring.” (I was standing in the hallway, a central place where all 4 of us had repeatedly looked.)
I looked down and it was at my feet.
Perhaps, it would be better not to have appealed to the “powers”. I don’t know. It was an instinctive act. I don’t want a precedent started.
Also, I grew up in an old Victorian. All my family saw and talked to a ghost supposedly named John. I had a mental refusal to engage in such things. Nope, nope, nope. I don’t even want to know if he was kind like they said. He’s a ghost. He needs to embrace Godhead.
Remember, these are the astral entities who have not chosen to go into the light. Why would you want to engage with them? If you feel you must engage with them, tell them that they no longer have a name and that they MUST go back into the light.
Renay Oshop - teacher, searcher, researcher, immerser, rejoicer, enjoying the interstices between Twitter, Facebook, and journals.