During the last installment in this series, Dan Duval talks about the idea of teamwork, a concept he learned from Dr. Preston Bailey.
When he began working with survivors, Dan Duval initially made the mistake of believing that the goal was to get people to integrate as quickly as possible. He soon learned this was not the correct approach. In today’s program, we learn that before engaging in this type of ministry, we must understand how a dissociated person navigates life from a place of brokenness, and how trying to get all their parts integrated at once could be doing them a great disservice.
At BRIDE Ministries, we minister to survivors of severe abuse, Satanic Ritual Abuse, and Mind Control Agendas. Dan Duval has come to know that in order to be whole again, these individuals need time and therapy. For example, when someone learns to walk again, they may first have to use a crutch and go through physical therapy to regain their strength. In the same way, some people have very important parts that they lean on to navigate life. If someone else comes in and integrates these parts prematurely, attempting to do so outside of a journey or process, it can leave the person distraught or even depressed. There is a much wiser, and more tactical way to help manifest healing and wholeness in the lives of survivors.
In the idea of teamwork, the well-being of the individual becomes the main focus, as opposed to the number of parts integrated at any one time. Using this strategy, we integrate parts with Jesus as a component of the healing journey. Dan Duval explains how this approach involves training a person to learn who their parts are. They can then begin to work more effectively with parts that are redeemed and beneficial to the person. We want to find parts that are brave and responsible for productive behaviors; we then introduce those parts to the presenter and get them acquainted for acceptance, allowing the presenter to give room to the part to do its job.
When memories begin to resurface, a person may have lots of meltdowns in panic and fear. The first task is to identify who is responsible for being fearful and anxious, and to work with that part to get them delivered. Sometimes, however, we may encounter a part who does not want to accept Jesus. When this happens, we typically get that part in the presence of Jesus and leave them there, revisiting periodically throughout the healing process. After identifying a part, you can identify their triggers, so once it is understood what part is responsible, there can be a ministry that helps the person not to become overtaken by this part unexpectedly.
This work can seem complex, but with true Kingdom insight and guidance, we can see wonderful results. Listen in as Dan Duval pulls back the veil on a subject that is so widely misunderstood and untouched by the Christian community, offering you powerful tools for victory along the way.