Shamans see mental and emotional health issues as reflecting spiritual challenges. In the case of schizophrenia, it’s often sensitive/perceptive people who were able to perceive and hear the spiritual realm to begin with, but have been traumatized, made vulnerable by the spiritual damage and subsequently spiritually attacked. Much of what used to be called Multiple Personalities and is now referred to as Dissociative Identity Disorder is caused by essentially the same thing. A friend of mine calls it being “hijacked” by spirits or entities. Some people call it being possessed. A strong lightworker or shaman can do an “extraction”: remove the energies that aren’t supposed to be there, and repair the aura so that the person will have their normal, strong defenses.

Regarding toxic poisoning from anti-psychosis drugs, there are ways to eliminate some chemicals from the body through very careful nutritional programs. It’s called detoxing. One program is www.kushiinstitute.org. They focus on a macrobiotic diet, which lets the body release unhealthy chemicals and get clean. The body has an amazing ability to heal itself when it is not overloaded. A handy, slightly less aggressive approach can be found in the book “The New Detox Diet” by Elson Haas. I recommend working with a professional nutritionist, massage therapist and energy worker (shaman, Reiki or Polarity practitioner, etc.). As our bodies release toxins, we, especially those of us who are really sensitive, often re-experience the bad stuff that got the toxins there in the first place. It’s good to get it out, but it can be startling and upsetting to re-experience something that we thought we were healing. That’s why it’s a really good idea to work with someone who knows what they’re doing with this, so that they can gently warn, guide and support you through the process.

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