Cleansing a Cursed Mask

by on Jan.04, 2018, under From the Web

Reposted from Ghost Stories and Haunted Places | Go to Original Post

Cursed objections seem abundant today.  All you have to do is search for cursed objects on Ebay to see a million everyday objects that contain ghosts or demons or killed someone.  I believe most of these objects are just things people found around the house and decided to try to sell and make money off of.  I collect historic objects and have bid on Viking antiquities at various auctions.  None of them have contained any curses or malignant spirits.  I even bought a haunted doll on Ebay once out of curiosity.  It is cute, but harmless.  I believe truly haunted or cursed items are rare.

My sister has recently gotten into energy work.  She believes in realigning chakras and helping cleanse people of negative energy.  My sister is also a medium.  One of her clients gave her a mask because the mask “wanted” her and the mask had negative energy.  The client believed the mask was drawn to Rose and had been scared  by haunted activity that had occured around the mask.  I am very honest with my sister.  She knows I am skeptical of her work.  I have a degree in clinical psychology and have practiced for ten years.  I tend to believe in cognitive behavioral theory rather than in misaligned chakras or bad energy.  However, this mask my sister got definitely possessed something.  From the moment it entered her life, it spoke to her.  She had to get rid of it.  Others around her saw spirits associated with the mask.  The previous owner was terrified of it.  After working with the mask, she was able to cleanse it and the ghost she believes she has been able to free the spirit that was in the mask and return it to its original owner.   Although I remain skeptical of my sister’s work,  I find it beautiful that she was able to cleanse a cursed object and return it’s owner.

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