If the person doesn't change his frequency, is it possible that the same entity continuous to attach itself to that person? Or a similar one in terms of frequency? Which then makes me think that if you're constantly doing SRT for them, not only you're violating their free will but it also seems to be an abuse of that gift. Now that you mentioned the violation of free will, I thought about it and it makes totally sense, let's say you do SRT on someone and you tell him that he should work on himself, but instead the person continues doing that which makes him vulnerable and you're running behind him doing SRT now and then, that is like a mother who's constantly trying to protect her child and doesn't allow him to learn his lessons. We don't know what that person's lessons are and if he was warned, and yet decided to keep going the same way, maybe it's time to let the person do what he wants, not just for free will but for the practitioner's well-being.The take-home message I finally understood was that, in a sense, SRT is a violation of free will. If a person gets "attached" it is usually because there is a frequency match between the individual - or some part of the individual - and the attaching entity, whether "dead dude" or elemental or demonic. If the entity is persuaded to leave, that doesn't change the individual's frequency; the only thing that can change the frequency is work on the self, by the self. That's the bottom line. And when a person thinks that "oh, it's easy, just do SRT and presto, problem solved!" they are much less inclined to do the very hard and painful work on the self. In a sense, you could say that the attaching entity is causing them the pain they COULD experience by choice, only with better ultimate results, i.e. changing their frequency, direction, and even reality.
That's exactly the approach that a Brazilian church that has expanded throughout my country has. Basically everything wrong with you is due to a demon who took over your body, but do not desperate because you can go to their church on Friday's night so they set you free.And I’d just like to echo, every time I’ve considered the subject of spirit attachment and the implications of a release. I can’t escape the idea of a quick fix approach, by both the practitioner and the client. “I’m constantly cheating on my wife and I was told I have a demon, fix me up!” Or “the reason you’ve been cheating so much is that you have a demon, here let me take care of that for you”. It’s walking away from responsibility, from sovereignty of the individual and from learning ultimately.
It's astonishing how people look for shortcuts in any field, but even more astonishing is the lack of self-criticism, I think that at a certain point, if things doesn't stop going downhill, one naturally thinks "well, maybe I'm doing something wrong with my decisions, I should try to change the way I act, etc.".