Hindu Self-deliverance
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The Hindus have a God they call "Brahman".  This is a pool of human and animal spirits.  They have millions of 'gods' that are just manifestations of Brahman.  These false "gods" are fronting for real demons who receive idolatry, worship and sacrifices. These demon ‘gods’ are still around, are receiving worship & sacrifices and are still being used. The worship & sacrifices add another level of complication to personal deliverance.

The first step is to ensure you have the authority to do the deliverance. "Our Father who art in heaven, I receive Jesus Christ of Nazareth, your only begotten Son, to be my only savior and master. I will trust and obey him for the rest of my life. Amen."

Hindu's popular demon-gods:

Brahma Vishnu Shiva Kali Hanuman
Ganesha Gandharvas Apsaras Ganga Durga
Indra Chandra Kama Asuras Lakshmi
Nagas Parvati Pisachas Rahu Rakshas
Rama Rudra Saraswati Devi Surya
Varuna Yakshas Murugan Agni Krishna

"all the other Hindu demon-gods"

For each of the above demons:
1. "I renounce _______ in Jesus' name. I break any seals or creative powers over any charms dedicated to _______."
2. "I break the power of sacrifices, yoga, martial arts, chanting, dancing and worship given to _______ in Jesus' name."
3. "I command _______ to leave me, my family, my property, my finances and those who have helped me in Jesus' name." "Amen."

Now finish with the following prayer:

"By the Authority of the real God of heaven and earth, I unstack the demons on the Kundalini, chi points and meridians down to elementary demons.  I command the elementary demons to leave now and go to where the True Lord Jesus would send you.  
Our Father who art in heaven, open my eyes to see any objects I might have that are still contaminated that must be gotten rid of. Fill me with Your Holy Spirit in all the areas that these demons have left. Protect me from sickness, harm and accidents. I thank you for all you have done for me, in Jesus’ name. Amen."

edited: April 21, 2017   orderofsaintpatrick.org/hindu/hindu-sd.htm