Curse removal is a beneficial service offered by many traditional psychic and medium practitioners whose intention is to help their clients become released from the negative influences placed on them by another person.
A curse, otherwise known as a hex, is defined as:
any intended action where the desired result is to provide an ill effect in another - and yes, curses are real.
You can send energy to anyone in the form of emotions, thoughts or intention - and for any reason at all. Prayer is one way to send someone positive energy, a curse, likewise is one way to send someone negative energy intentionally. Both practices intended a desired outcome.
The difference between a curse and a plain old energetic attack, is that a curse generally involves a series of rituals intended to produce a certain action - rather than someone just being angry with you and wishing you unwell.
In any event, curses can be removed and many curses can be removed rather easily.
The Two Options for Curse Removal:
You can remove a curse yourself. The wonderfully articulate and informative book written by Alexandra Chauran, Have You Been Hexed?: Recognizing and Breaking Curses (Amazon Link) will teach you not only how to remove a curse yourself, but how to identify and diagnose when a curse is in effect.
Her techniques are simple, intricate and can be performed by even a beginner.
This information in this book is highly helpful when either working for yourself to perform curse removal, or when finding someone to hire for curse removal.
You can also hire someone to remove a curse for you.
If you seek someone out to remove a curse for you, make sure they actually help you determine whether or not you are actually cursed. There are tell-tale signs and deductive techniques to determine if you have actually been cursed, before they offer to remove a curse from you.
If the practitioner you find invokes fear into you about the curse removal process, this doesn’t necessarily mean they are a scammer - it could also mean they, themselves are terrified of curses. A healthy reverence for the realness of curses is essential to doing the work, but a fear-based solution is not a solution.
When dealing with removing negative energy (curse removal) from your life, the last thing you need is dealing with another person who is interjecting more negative energy into your life. Furthermore, if this practitioner is so skilled at removing negative energy (curses) from people, the real question we need to be asking is, why do they have so much of it in their own life then?
If someone is causing you to be more scared, find someone else who doesn’t scare you to work with.
You can expect to pay a practitioner's regular hourly fees for curse removal. At the very least, a person generally needs to be compensated for their time and expertise.
While it can be dangerous to remove a curse, if you are familiar with basic safety protocol and take the essential steps to remain protected, it is no more difficult than any other type of spiritual work. You should not be charged for ‘being a more difficult case’.
A ethical curse removal practitioner should be upfront with their costs and compensation rates upfront and if that price should rotate or shift during your time working together - this is a sign you need to find someone else to work with. Not all curse removal practitioners are scammers, in fact many take their work very seriously and with great respect, but unfortunately, not all people are ethical people - and this goes for even those with psychic ability.
There are some psychics and mediums who will help you to remove a curse for free, but again, it is customary to compensate someone, in whatever way you can, for their time, expertise, attention, and effort. An ethical curse removal practitioner can help diagnose a curse, such as a shaman or healer from any culture, helping you stay out of such traps again in the future, if you have not already diagnosed it yourself and with practice, intention, effort and sheer interest and talent for it, you can.
With this said, real curses are rare and are generally placed on you by people that you know and some call them ‘a negative energy influence’ instead of curse, so when dealing with practitioners from different cultures, be aware there may be mild jargon discrepancies amongst fields, all used to describe the same concept.
If you are not in a culture where cursing is practiced or you do not know anyone who knows how to curse, it’s unlikely that you’re dealing with a curse at all. This doesn’t mean your experiences aren’t real - it simply means that another spiritual, physical or energetic issue may be the root cause of what you are going through.
Amanda Linette Meder
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