Then look at the stuckness, lay it out in writing so that you know exactly what is the 'problem' you are causing within yourself so that you can then focus on laying out ways to redirect it in a way that is supportive, to focus on solutions.
Also a reminder to not see the point of 'being possessed' as if something 'else' was taking control of you, it's always you in your mind not allowing yourself to have a breather for a moment to slow down and really reflect on what you are doing. So, consider that, because if you THINK too much and of all kinds of unnecessary things that are not related to your immediate reality, sure you can spin yourself out of control, anyone can, but of course that's not what we are here to do.
So, Frank, realize this as well - there are steps, material we have invested on, courses, to be able to walk this process. If at the moment you see that this is not a possibility for you or that you have difficulty in applying the basics, maybe you require other forms of support that will be more effective within your particular mindset. This is not a judgment or anything, it is about considering where you're at and so, suggesting to consider professional medical support - psychiatry or psychologists - to help you through some of these points if they become 'too much' and you can't see yourself getting to a point of stability.
Consider that Desteni is a platform for self-support, but that means you have to put in the effort, the writings, the actual work that we can see it means you are dedicating your time to get to understand yourself and work with yourself through writing at least, which is just one phase of this process anyways since the rest is done in real time, real life and that only you can develop self-honesty to see how you go doing it in the process of actual change.
That's why, if you keep having continuous questions, problems, not finding your footing here, perhaps it is time to consider other ways to support yourself, but also consider that Desteni doesn't mean quick fixing, but rather the other way around, it takes a lot of dedication, discipline, will, courage and perseverance to get to genuinely create some changes in our lives. It's not impossible either, simply saying what it takes and the way of living that walking this process becomes.
Therefore, do consider all of this and how we can't 'help' anyone with just information - the forum is to reference our own self-work and share our own practical experiences, but we can't 'sort each other out' only through here, because there's a point of self-responsibility to consider in each person walking their own process and learning by themselves through their experiences.
That means, you can't expect getting results or answers that can readily 'fix you' since that is not physically possible - only you through your own work and dedication to understand and change yourself can get you to that point of clarity and stability that perhaps you are wanting to create in your life.
So, learn from others' writings here, that's what they are here for as well.