How To Help a Demon Possessed Person

Demon Possessed Person

Know how to help a demon possessed person. The person needs all the support you can give.

The first step is to look for changes in behavior that could indicate demonic possession. Observe if the person has transitioned from being happy, optimistic, and socially engaged to becoming depressed, isolated, nervous, and fearful. Please pay attention to signs such as sudden changes in sleep patterns, appetite, weight loss, and unusual behaviors like talking to themselves.

It’s essential to approach the situation with compassion and understanding. Avoid confrontational or accusatory language, which may only exacerbate the person’s distress. Instead, offer emotional support and assure them you will help, not judge.

In addition to emotional support, physical assistance may be necessary. Ensure the person is well-nourished, hydrated, and receiving adequate rest. If they are exhibiting self-harm or suicidal tendencies, seek immediate medical attention.

Ultimately, it would help if you addressed the spiritual. Encourage the person to seek guidance from a trusted religious or spiritual leader, such as a priest or pastor. They can provide the necessary spiritual support and interventions to help the individual overcome the demonic influence.

Remember, dealing with a demon-possessed person requires patience, compassion, and a multifaceted approach. You can help the individual regain their well-being and find healing by providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support.

Unseen Struggle: Demon Possessed Person Is Unaware

This unseen struggle is a deeply troubling phenomenon, as the possessed individual may exhibit behavioral changes, unexplained occurrences, and a general sense of unease without ever realizing the trustworthy source of their affliction. The insidious nature of demonic possession lies in its ability to go undetected, leaving the person vulnerable and unequipped to confront the dark forces that have taken control.

People must be aware of the signs of demonic possession, as early intervention and proper spiritual guidance can be the difference between liberation and a lifetime of torment. The possessed must be empowered to recognize the subtle shifts in their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations that may indicate the presence of an evil entity and seek the necessary support to reclaim their autonomy and spiritual well-being.

When Engaging with a Demon Possessed Individual: 5 Key Questions to Ask

Approaching a person believed to be demon-possessed requires sensitivity and an open, non-judgmental mindset. Here are five crucial questions to ask that can provide valuable insight:

1. Inquire about their spiritual experiences with channeling. What sensations or phenomena do they describe when under demonic influence? ]

2. Probe how they believe the demons entered. Understanding the perceived origin can shed light on their mindset and experiences.

3. Encourage them to share any “spiritual knowledge” received through the spirit channeling. Sharing the knowledge can expose the nature and intentions of the possessing entities.

4. Let the person speak freely without interruption or criticism. Creating a safe space builds trust and allows deeper truths to surface.

5. Avoid dismissiveness or hostility. A compassionate, investigative approach is far more likely to yield meaningful insights about their condition.

Engaging a demon-possessed individual requires care and discernment. By asking these key questions, you can gain invaluable understanding to guide them toward healing and freedom.

Help With the Lessening Demonic Symptoms

There are recognizable symptoms that you can gently help elevate:

  •   Regularly invites them to go out to eat or cook a meal for her. People dealing with demons are highly nervous and fearful. They forget to eat.
  •  Inquire about how much sleep they get every night. Does she have nightmares?
  •  Tell them you are there for support if the demon possessed wants help.

Hopefully, they will openly discuss their experiences. Demons instruct people not to discuss what is said–that is private, highly spiritual information. Let her know you are always available to listen and to help. Most people with demons desire to talk about their experiences but are afraid others will tell them it is their imagination. Never tell her that she is crazy and that she needs a psychiatrist.

Most importantly, how to help a demon-possessed person is by understanding that she cannot receive help spiritually until she asks for help. You can advise them about the dangers of the “spiritual realm,” but they will not listen. Usually, the person will ask for help when the demon weakens her physically, emotionally, and mentally. This weakening begins gradually, and she may not notice until there are thoughts of self-destruction, strange pornographic thoughts, and genuinely mean-spirited behaviors. There will be a time when they ask for help. It would help if you were patient.

How To Help a Child or Teenager

One exception to being patient is when you believe that her life is in danger or when you are dealing with a child. A surprising fact is that most children are spiritually sensitive and that sensitivity makes them pursue spiritual experiences. Some say that invisible friends have typical childhood experiences. I’m afraid I have to disagree; invisible friends are demons. 

Most children are in their teens but can be even younger. Contact the parents if the child is losing weight, not sleeping, or fearful. Tell them what you think is happening to their child. Many times, parents do not believe that demons exist. Be brave; the parents will call you crazy and tell you never to speak with their child again. Remember, the child is the parent’s ultimate responsibility. You did your best. Now, the parents will do their best.

The signs of an adult person whose life is in danger are apparent. Those signs include conversing with invisible people, lack of personal hygiene, and no contact with reality. If you can, get that person to a medical doctor for examination. If the person is tried to commit suicide or is homicidal, then call the police. These people could have a mental illness problem or be demon-possessed. If the person is someone you know, the same applies. Do not try to solve this problem, even severely, if the person is a loved one.

Do Not Attempt an Exorcism Alone

 Be spiritually careful in dealing with the demon-possessed. An exorcist and deliverance team can help. The deliverance team should be experienced and ready for spiritual battle. Know where there is a deliverance team in your location. 

Never attempt to perform an exorcism alone. You can expose yourself to a demon that will then jump into your body. You risk getting physically injured by the demon because you have no spiritual protection. If you use the name of Jesus Christ but are not a believer, then the demon will mock and laugh at you. It would help if you had that deliverance team. You can help a demon-possessed person, but do not attempt to be an exorcist.

Never Ignore the Signs of Demonic Activity

If you read these words, you may need help with a problem beyond your understanding. The problem may be a mental illness, a traumatic event, or something else. However, the goal is not to diagnose or prescribe treatment for anything you might be going through.

What we know for sure is the following: if the signs of demonic activity have been revealed to you by any means at all, then what you need most is prayer and guidance from an experienced Christian counselor who will help shepherd you to safety from the enemy’s sche

When dealing with a person who may be demon-possessed, a comprehensive approach involving physical, emotional, and spiritual support is crucial. Whether the affected individual is a friend or a family member, this can be challenging.

The first step is to look for changes in behavior that could indicate a change in the demon possessed person. Observe if the person has transitioned from being happy, optimistic, and socially engaged to becoming depressed, isolated, nervous, and fearful. Pay attention to signs such as sudden changes in sleep patterns, appetite, weight loss, and unusual behaviors like talking to themselves.

It’s important to approach the situation with compassion and understanding. Avoid confrontational or accusatory language, which may only exacerbate the person’s distress. Instead, offer emotional support and assure them you will help, not judge.

In addition to emotional support, physical assistance may be necessary. Ensure the person is well-nourished, hydrated, and receiving adequate rest. If they are exhibiting self-harm or suicidal tendencies, seek immediate medical attention.

Ultimately, the spiritual aspect of the situation must be addressed. Encourage the person to seek guidance from a trusted religious or spiritual leader, such as a priest or pastor. They may be able to provide the necessary spiritual support and interventions to help the individual overcome the demonic influence.

Remember, dealing with a demon-possessed person requires patience, compassion, and a multifaceted approach. By providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support, you can help the individual regain their sense of well-being and find a path to healing.

Stay spiritually safe, reader.

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5 Comments

  1. Hello

    I believe that I would find my story fascinating if it was someone elses. You may have a physical address but I am too tired to look for it. I copied some articles & I would like to send a donation if you tell me where.

    I would like to find a deliverance minister. Do you do deliverance? There is no way that I can go to you but I have been in touch with a deliverance minister via email. He gave instructions to do distance deliverance without the one we want to help knowing.
    It is suggested that we not try to not do deliverance to non Christians. One religion I am aware of believes in healing via distance by talking to souls. I always avoid interfering with anyone’s God given gift of free will. I have had some success doing this but I need a big shot of faith to be good at it.

    Would you be willing to practice distance deliverance for me?

    I love tour site
    God bless you. Keep the faith
    Lotsa love Joann Barton
    P.S. This is for you but I don’t mind if it is, or is not published If someone comments I would be interested to hear from them.

    • Hello Joan, Everything I know about deliverance is on my website. I found that exorcisms very seldom cast a demon out. Yes, there can be partial relief but the demon is usually not gone. Self deliverance needs to be used when you are alone. Control your thoughts, fear. Substitute all demonic thoughts with positive thoughts or scripture. You have to be confident that you can control what belongs to you-your thoughts and your body. It takes practice.

      As you know, I am a Christian. I do not know of another way to cast out demons though the blood of Jesus. Please read my pages on self deliverance. Self deliverance is how the demon was cast out of me. Read my page on the Ouija Board and about me.

  2. Hi Connie,
    I have come across a serious issue with my friend and need to help him. How can we speak?
    I am a Christian.
    It is imperative that I get some of your insight into this. I am praying for God’s direction.
    Thank you.

    • Hello, Please read my pages on exorcism and self-deliverance. Everything I know is written on these pages. First step is to find an exorcist from a credible Christian church. They will be able to tell you if a demon is involved. Please note that your friend will need to willingly consent to being helped. May God keep you in His peace. Connie

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