Healing for Victims of Trauma and Abuse with Dissociative Identity Disorder – Part 3 by Mary Lou Lake

Healing for Victims of Trauma and Abuse with Dissociative Identity Disorder – Part 3 by 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.

Warning: These podcasts contain narratives that include information on mind control and can have a destabilizing effect on victims. If you experience any unpleasant reactions to the information, please stop listening and contact a trained Christian counselor.

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  1. Thank you, Mary, again, for your courage and allowing The Lord to give you this ministry.
    Another day of confirmation, and a new level of compassion for the parents I never understood.
    I am one that does remember and it’s very tough, I have to pray against tormenting memories often.
    You are changing, not just my life but the lives of my children and my grandchildren and I cannot Praise God enough for that and you.

  2. Thank you so much for these teachings. Such a help and blessing. I have already shared with a family member. We need these. To God be the glory!

  3. Thank you Dear Mary, for your dedication to the LORD.
    This subject matter is confusing and hard to receive at times, to obfuscate is the design of the enemy.
    Your message is aimed to help dear souls who know/suspect they have issues involving ritual abuse, and I by God’s grace, am not one. Nevertheless, I relate and empathise with the scenarios and examples you are able to articulate, (very clearly too I might add, even though you tend to not give yourself enough credit) and although not SRA experience, I have engaged, through certain life traumas, ungodly thinking and behaviour, opening spiritual doorways that needed the Lords help to close.
    Your credible insight, words and prayers during your podcasts, have helped me to discern the help I needed too. Thank you so much!!! God Bless you and Michael. We pray for you both.

  4. Dear Mary Lou,
    There couldn’t have been better timing with your prayers, my eldest son and I just prayed some of them that very specifically addressed our concerns. Thanks for your ammo

  5. Thank you Mary Lou for this piece of work you are doing. While I am not affected by DID I think my sister probably was. She took her life 2 years ago even though she was a believer. She suffered from bipolar. I am not convinced there is any such medical thing as bipolar. Anyhow one morning not so long ago I was in a psychologically distraught position and I desperately needed to just hear something edifying, so I listened to one of yours and Dr Mike’s podcasts. It was the sound of your voice that calmed me; I don’t know if anyone has ever told you, but the sound of your voice is very healing and restorative. You have a very kind voice Mary Lou. Thank you.

  6. Mary can you post which KIB # on your husband talking about the potters field, I want to get a grasp and understand the depth of that, thank you for what you do!!


    1. It is not a KIB post. It is something Dr. Lake has taught occasionally over the past two decades. Not sure exactly when the last time he has taught on it is posted in the BLA Digital Library.

      1. Thank You !!!! Really grateful for the both of you

  7. Thank you Mary Lou for your humbling heart and helping all of us that are going through healing! God Bless you!

  8. Barbara Terrebonne

    Mary Lou Lake, you are such a humble and wonderfully made sister in Christ Jesus! You have changed my life for the better with your sharing about this once hidden captivity! Thank you thank you thank you!!! Are you going to put all this in another book? I will be praying you do, the Lord willing. May our Lord bless you both abundantly and fill you both with living rivers of water. Keep up the good fight! Yours truly in Christ Jesus, Boosea

  9. Mary
    I just completed a refresher course with Heart Sync ministry. They are deadicated to healing the broken hearted Which included DID. Unfortunately, There are too many people who deny it is real. The course is taught by a clinical physiologist (spirit filled).
    You sweet Mary have learn much on your own and I am adding your knowledge and experience to my tool box, including your prayers you have posted. You are so open and sincere. You are a gift to the body. Wish we could share ideas over a cup of coffee.

  10. Oh,Mary,you are such a blessing!!! I have endeavoured this year to keep a good Teshuvah and learn more about the Feasts of the Lord for myself and to teach my children. I am moved by your beautiful prayers of repentance for our sins, known and unknown, as well as for the sins of others. I noticed that same sentiment of prayers is repeated in the “Al Chet” confession of sins for Yom Kippur. “We repent for the sin committed before you knowingly and unknowingly… those of which we are not aware, before you they are revealed and known. . . aside from you we have no King who forgives and pardons.”
    Great blessings to and yours!

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