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Getting Rid of Religion Starts with the Basics, its Practices

23 May

The English word “Religion” is defined as a “state of life bound by monotheistic vows,” originating in the 1200s. Thereby, religion is a very underrated, dangerous thing. It’s very definition implies on man making the first move for salvation. That can take the form of a creed, sacrament, or work (dancing, singing, etc.). However, only the Holy Spirit can lead a person to Christ’s Crucifixion and Resurrection. Hence, people instead often mistakenly give legal rights to religious demons or occult demons.

When a captive leaves their former religion, they must rid themselves of their old religious habits. That entails all forms of prayer, songs, and traditions. Said captive must leave their salvation in the hands of the Holy Spirit since they cannot earn their salvation themselves. However, religious practices can become habitual such as touching a cross or praying before a meal. Like ticks that embed in the skin, religious behaviors can become ingrained in a person’s subconscious. Hence, it’s crucial for a captive to remain vigilant for religious actions that they might not have even realized they were performing.

Personally, when I left New Age Christianity, I had a habit of “wiping” energy from people that I would touch. As I had started to become more of a religious Christian, I began making crosses over the spots where people would touch me instead. The idea was that I’d purify myself free of their energy by the “power of the cross.” (I was massively mistaken since the Cross only purifies a person’s Spirit (for salvation) on the Holy Spirit’s time.))

Months after I left the New Age Christianity, I found myself “crossing” my legs when somebody brushed passed. At first, I was appalled until I remembered how much I used to perform that act every day. All day. Every day. In other words, that was my first slip up in a long time. So, I kept my composure and stayed watchful to not to repeat that behavior for the rest of the day.

Captives, remember that removing religious habits takes time. During the religious detox process, stay vigilant for previous religious, compulsive behaviors that may rebound. To suppress religious urges, try to change your routine by exercise, gardening, or cooking. It is helpful to renew the mind by replacing old, religious habits with new, secular ones.

If you’re struggling to cope with religious tendencies, the book “The Church of The Endtime Zombies” is invaluable. The testimonies of formerly religious people resonate with readers that may have thoughts of removing their “religious ticks” or self-reflecting upon their religious tendencies. By my own experience, if you’re trying to leave religion, the book is quintessential for the groundwork to success. Pamela Sheppard, the author, provides excellent commentary with her experience helping people get out of the Church. Meanwhile, she also exposes the spiritual downfalls of religious tendencies that grant legal rights for evil spirits to terrorize God’s Elect.

The Church of the End-Time Zombies: A Guide to Religious Detox
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