Much more powerful than an energetic cleaning, disengagement – or release – is a basic ritual whose purpose is to expel an energy – or entity – that has taken possession of its victim (human, animal, herd, place). Common practice in shamanism, disengagement is often understood as a synonym of exorcism. If these two procedures are very close, let us remember, however, that exorcism systematically calls for a religious egregore and let us also remember that shamanism is not a religion.
Most of the disengagements are carried out by lead, a practice well known in the East since antiquity. This metal combines two distant forces: the internal fire energizing and the rigid heaviness. Often used to make amulets or elaborate esoteric rituals, covering the costume of the Siberian shaman, lead makes it possible to facilitate contact with the different levels of the subconscient also called "lower world".
But in extreme cases, a fire release may be essential. This type of clearance is not without danger and only an experienced practitioner is able to drive it, because this practice can be detrimental as much for the officiant as for his client and the entourage of the latter. The well-structured action of such a ritual – specific incantations, objects used, etc. – and the experience of the shaman are the only guarantors to really deliver the victim of his troubles and evils and to allow him to find or regain the physical and mental balance at the base of a harmonious life.
When performed alone, the release has only a curative effect. To avoid any subsequent attack and nuisance, a second ritual – this time of protection – must follow the first one. So be sure to speak to the right person if you think you need to disengage and understand that such a ritual is done exclusively in person and not online.
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