Evil in the world
the fallen nature of man
The Permissive Will of God
(not the desired or directed will of God)
& false religions, and cults.)
|Possibly resulting in:
3. Confused, mixed, or jumbled identity
4. A frozen identity (by age, event, or time) (through the shock).
5. Desire to escape = imaginary or fantasy thinking possibly resulting
in = self-created identities or alters.
6. Disassociated Identity [fragments of pictorial, emotional, intelligible,
or physical memory missing]
Exposure to Continual or Additional Trauma
1. Physical, sexual, mental, or emotional abuse by others or
self (attempts at suicide or cutting)
2. Demonic activity (external exposure or internal activity).
3. Poor choices that lead to additional harm.
4. Other emotional traumas (family breakup or loss someone close through
Produces Learned Behavior
A Pattern of Life
(Habitual Reaction Formation)
(It becomes expected)
When danger of harm arises (real, suggested, or imagined) it
(These to a large degree become Defense Mechanisms)
Example: There may be switching of alters or permission of evil spirits
to take over. It become extremely difficult for the individual and even
many counselors to distinguish between their primary identity, a confused
identity, a frozen identity, a fractured identity, self-created identity,
and evil spirits posing as an alter or real identity.
If the individual allows God
into the picture
through a faith commitment to Jesus Christ as their Lord,
there is the introduction of hope
for freedom, healing,
Note: This does not mean that everything happens automatically!
1. Ignorance (lack of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom).
2. Allowing emotional wounds and bruises to remain.
3. Demoniac activity from within & oppression from without.
4. Continued poor choices (exposure to abuse & demonic realm).
5. Self-willed (stubborn, rebellious, unwilling to listen to godly
6. Darkened conscious (filled with unforgiveness, guilt, jealousy,
envy, and etc.)
7. Generational curses (which remain unbroken).
8. Passiveness (remaining in the victim state and allowing the enemy's
9. Weak in faith (unbelief that God can make anyone whole).
(Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth
as it is in heaven.)
|Some Steps in Overcoming:
1. Gaining a new identity in Christ.
2. Receiving Freedom and Healing.
3. Yielding of personal rights.
4. Getting a clear conscience.
5. Casting down of strongholds in the mind and
6. Breaking generational curses.
7. Becoming assertive in the spirit (spiritual
8. Learning to hear and obey God.
9. Understanding the grace of God.
10. Acting in faith and righteousness.