Disclaimer

I am not a doctor, psychologist, or therapist of any kind. I’m not a minister and I don’t have a divinity degree. I’m not a guru or a magician. Neither am I an ‘exorcist’. I cannot guarantee that anything I talk about here will play out the same way for you, and neither can I help you solve your life. Only you can do that.

I do hope that I can help anyone who’s going through what I’ve been through to feel less alone, to have someone to talk to and to bounce ideas off. I hope that some of what helped me will help you.

Silly as it of course is, I do have to remind you that you alone are responsible for your own health and safety, and that you should check with your medical doctor about any potential illnesses you may be suffering from before/as well as following my teaching.

Contraindications

Animism is not medicine, and I’m not a doctor. If you’re ill, or think you might be, see a doctor.

If you are finding it hard to tell the difference between objective reality and subjective reality*, you mustn’t practice:

  • Divination
  • Ceremony
  • Spirit Communication (including prayer)
  • Trance Work (such as journeying)
  • Energy Visualisation (such as energy medicine)
  • Folk Magic (such as using symbols or power objects)
  • Animal, Plant or Element work

This is because these practices involve strenuous use of the imagination and intuition that can blur the boundaries further in a person who has problematic boundaries already. Even those with healthy perception need to take care of their boundaries while using these tools, most importantly through using sacred space.

Stick instead to crafting, opening and closing sacred space, and simple altar practice. Make sure that you’re getting enough sleep, eating well and that you don’t have a physical illness causing your symptoms.

*to be very blunt, if you are unable to tell the difference between a physical person standing infront of you and a vision of a person standing infront of you, this applies to you. Similarly with hearing voices.

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