“I have always had aches and pains of one sort or another for my entire life and I have always tried to battle them. For the last three months, I have been bothered by a pain in my right side on my back just above the kidney. Muscle testing revealed an unhappy large colon. I went to the Body Code™ Mind Maps and followed the line of order according to the muscle tests.

“The first page revealed an energy problem. I thought that it would lead to a trapped negative emotion. To my surprise, the second page lead to an offensive energy for which I could hardly believe. The third page led me to an entity. I was not prepared for that news, but continued on with it. The fourth page revealed that it was a disembodied spirit. After reading about the pain that they can cause and the way they influence a person’s thought pattern, I realized that it was quite true. The text mentioned that they love the experiences of the flesh and will manifest themselves within the body to do so. That sure hit home as the past year has been a literal bomb in my life and it exploded.

“Since it turned out to be this, I wanted to know more. Using the muscle testing, I found out that it was a Vietnamese soldier who had met a very traumatic death. I was in Vietnam from 1970 to 1971 with the Navy on shore duty. I had large colon problems the whole time there and ever since to the present day. I did the recommended correction by invoking Jesus Christ and demanding that this disembodied spirit depart from me in his name. This was not hard to do as I am a Christian and rely on Jesus’ guidance for all of my healing experiences in the metaphysical realm. Needless to say, I am feeling much better now that this entity has left and hopefully found its proper home. I surely did not need its company.”

~Dean Younkin, Pennsylvania, USA

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