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  1. Tami says:

    How do you get rid of a vengeful spirit? How do you get rid of a “vampire spirit”? Is a vengeful spirit and a “vampire spirit” the same? If not, what is the difference?

    • Debi Chestnut says:


      A vengeful spirit can be difficult to get rid of because they are here for a specific purpose and are, in most cases, seeking justice for a wrong they feel was done to them in life. The easiest way to get rid of this type of spirit is to figure out exactly what they want and then try to come up with a way to satisfy their need. In some cases a spirit may appear to be vengeful when in reality they may be scared or desperate to get a message to someone. In other words they are frustrated. Unless I know more about the behavior of this specific spirit I can only hazard a guess. You could also try smudging your home to get rid of any negative energy. In addition, I would really try talking to it in a calm, assertive manner so it won’t perceive you as being weak. You could simply ask it to leave, or you could explain that you understand their plight and wish you could help them. This is done depending on the type of vengeful spirit you have.

      About vampire spirits.. hmmmm. Don’t really think there is such a creature unless you’re talking about a type of spirit that drains your energy, in that case it would be an energy vamp. There are also spirits that try to drain any psychic powers you may have and those would be psychic vamps. These types of vamps can be alive as well.

      Hope this helps.


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