Metaphysical and Emotional - Page 8

8Although Linda’s research is ongoing, we are prepared to draw some tentative conclusions about what Linda has observed on the nature of dybbuks. We cannot, as yet, explain all the reasons why most souls ascend to the light, while a few unfortunate souls stay earthbound. However, it appears that certain alcoholics, drug addicts, and people who are overly sedated by morphine, alcohol, or recreational drugs at the time of death are prone to have their souls stay earthbound in- stead of returning to the spirit world from whence they came. Linda describes this damage to the soul as an energetic interference that is akin to static. It’s almost as if when they were inebriated or incapaci- tated, they missed their “connecting ight” home. Likewise, there is a heightened level of mental and physical anguish for the unlucky recipients of such unwanted intruders. It is interesting to note that in each of the following three case histories, the dybbuk affected people either at the hospital or shortly after they left the hospital. Linda believes that acknowledging and addressing the dybbuk phe- nomenon represents a whole new paradigm in treating stubborn cases of alcohol and/or drug addiction. Alcoholism and drug addic- tion damage the body’s auric elds and provide tears or openings for unsavory beings to intrude. The initial addiction is due to one’s un- willingness to cope with stress in a less destructive manner. However, after their auric elds sustain damage brought on by alcohol, drugs, or extreme stress, the body and soul of an alcoholic or drug addict is vulnerable to unsavory metaphysical forces. If the soul of an alcoholic or drug addict misses its opportunity to as- cend to the light for future purication and probable reincarnation, it is trapped on the earth plane. It therefore seeks the illusionary comfort of booze or drugs because it is cut off from the normal metaphysical loop that controls a soul’s ultimate destiny. Such a dybbuk is destined to wander the earth until it can nd a host body that can satisfy the same destructive urges it experienced when it had a body. Reduced to a parasitic existence, the dybbuk occupies either the etheric elds or, in some cases, the body itself. It is not in the least bit interested in help- ing the host body improve his or her lot in life. Quite the opposite, it is only interested in perpetuating the negative, selsh behaviors it