Healing for Victims of Trauma and Abuse with Dissociative Identity Disorder – Part 1
with Mary Lou Lake
In this podcast series, Mary Lou Lake discusses complex issues involving the occult, mind control, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), and spiritual warfare. She shares her personal healing journey as a victim of mind control and reveals how Almighty God exposed secrets in the town where she grew up. In the midst of an extensive period of attacks from individuals involved in the occult, she eventually came to the conclusion that she only remembered a portion of her past and that her mind had been fragmented. She reveals how Almighty God guided her, step by step, through deliverance and restoration. Mary Lou believes that there are many Christians that have experienced similar circumstances and continue to struggle because they are unaware of what has happened to them. Through these podcasts, she hopes to shed light on some of the secrets of the kingdom of darkness and mind control and discuss how someone can have a fragmented mind and be oblivious to the fact. Above all, she wants to give glory to Almighty God for all He has done and to give hope to the hopeless by sharing how much Almighty God loves them and how He can provide a way out of any prison.
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Thank you so much for this podcast and am looking forward to the series.
Thank you so very much for doing this.
I Praise GOD for this new podcast series!! I suspect that I may be a victim of a generational curse. I recently learned that my late grandfather; who was an ordained minister (Pastor), dabbled in witchcraft prior to going into full-time ministry. I truly believe that my siblings and I have been exhibiting behaviors related to this for years without even knowing why. I am so looking forward to learning more about this and how to receive deliverance.
Excellent , love the intro music and Mary’s reasuring voice. So informative without creating fear. Well done Mary.
Very insightful podcast!!! I am age 60 and was born to a mother who was both physically and mentally ill, so needless to say my struggles began on the womb and continued well into my adulthood. Although my healing was a very long process too long to go into here, what was important for me with regards to recovering memories was not so much recalling the traumatic events but finding how God managed to intervene in those events which sometimes seemed insignificant at the time later proved to be lifesaving.
I will share just one thing about myself in the hope that it may help another. Being born to such an ill mother, very early I developed an intense fear that I would one day become the same mother that I had but another part of me very much wanted to become a mother. Pregnancy would not happen for me and when I reached my late 30s my husband and I realized we would be childless. I really thought I had accepted this motherless fate but I carried a residual sadness that not only impacted me spiritually but would eventually impact both myself and my husband physically. In 2001 when I was age 44 my 49 year old husband died suddenly from a heart attack. As traumatic as this even was, God brought individuals and circumstances in my life that helped me cope with my husband’s death which some could be classified for me as miracles. A little over a year after my husband passed I was managing with life as best as I could but began to feel physically unwell. Long story short I made my way to the doctor and a week later would receive the diagnosis of endometrial (womb) cancer. I was not surprised by this diagnosis because that 40+ years of sadness this organ contained could hold no more and it was time to release it both spiritually and physically.
Although I will be the first to say the spiritual and physical healing that followed my surgery was a very difficult process God carried me every step of the way and mended me back to wholeness. Today I am remarried to a man who is equally as wonderful as my late husband was. And this man brought into my life his adult daughter who I could not love any more if she were my own. And through my step-daughter she brought into my life two grand daughters that have brought joy into my life that I never thought possible. I may never have had the opportunity to have been called mommy but being called nonni is just as sweet.
Having been what I have been through which I know my struggles began when I was in my mother’s womb, I think we as Christians can have a profound impact by our prayers on the future lives of the unborn. Every time we see a pregnant woman in our daily lives it is an opportunity pray the Blood of Jesus over that precious soul which can have a profound impact on their lives.
God Bless and thank you for sharing your experiences and insights on this very important subject.
Bitter but so sweet a share. Thank you
Thank you Mary Lou,
I eagerly await your next podcast.
Thank you for your open and honest podcast. I felt like you spoke it just for me. I pray for you and your husband, and your ministry which has brought me to a whole new awakening to Jesus our King.
Thank you once again.
I love how you said, a cohesive flow of mind control.” Your story is the closest I have heard in comparison to my story. My parents are godly people. But abused me in mind control in the most sinister ways they aren’t even aware. I am no contact 3 years and still searching for answers. How? It must be spiritual or ancestral the their abuse was so I intelligent. But they don’t know.
I have a great great grandfather who was an SS soldier, I was molested by my brother as a kid. My mother is adopted my father a misogynistic. We lived by a military base. Both my parents had narcissistic parents. And we’ll I’m just explaining how I found healing in originally being so intrested in mind control, it lead me to see that’s exactly what was going on in my life, and to my freedom. I call my parents narcissists. And find healing and validation there. Bit this mind control thing is at the root. I’m sure of it. And I just want to know how it happened.
I will be following this podcast seeking answers. God is good.
Thank you Mary Lou. For sharing, and putting yourself out there for us, because you know were out here. Thank you, for being bold and courageous, and Thank G0D, he made you so good, and you stayed strong in hope and prayer. Finally merciful G0D gave you answers, but he had to wait till you were strong enough to share the messages with us all, because he trusted and knew that is the first thing you’d want to do is help others.
I love listening to you and your husband Dr. Mike my teen daughter hears you in the back ground and it puts a skip in her step. From the time I can remember I always wondered why weren’t we keeping the same high holidays that Jesus kept in addition to our new Christian holidays. I really love learning about the Torah especially on Saturdays with Dr. Mike via the internet and still go to church on Sundays but try to observe the Sabbath. Listening to you both puts me at ease and gives me peace because you are filling the missing pieces and putting the Alpha and Omega together like no one else I know. I share you with many people and share you with my Facebook friends too. As to be expected many think I’m being eccentric or crazy but I think they’re crazy not to see it. I do think more people are following Jesus and repenting because I’m seeing it in their posts. You both are in my prayers to keep you safe, strong, healthy, happy and to continue your good work.
PS No more pork gelatin too and have move my daughter off bacon.
Hi Mary , You are not scaring me but how amazing all the things you said resonated like a big bell clanging out. I am in the process of all that you have said and in earnest prayer for my family. God is truly good and our strong tower to run to Some day I would like to tell you and Dr Mike my story . It is epic and 4 generations long and I hope it would help other survivors Meanwhile thank you so much for the podcast you are a lively stone in the Kingdom of God may our lord bless you.
Thank you Mary Lou for sharing your experience. It’s encouraging to me especially at this time of my walk to freedom.
Blessings to you and your household.
I look forward to hearing your next podcast.
Please keep me in your prayers.