Living battling supernatural world is a dangerous ground and Alexandra is walking it alone discovering that she slowly makes her progress yet captivity is inevitable.
In the workplace, at home, on the streets: Alexandra's battle becomes intense to the point of sickness. Stress is too much and her thyroid gland, the butterfly on the inside, breaks. She tries to explain what is happening to others yet they cannot help. Her world starts to fall apart: constant battles weary her out, another miscarriage takes her to the edge, financial bankruptcy is inevitable and her relationship with husband deteriorates. Alexandra feels attacks even in at church. Even encounters no longer help: if her first encounter was heaven, the last one is a total hell. The hedge of protection of her being is being broken into: her spiritual sensors are at the peak, she hears demons and invisible people. Is that what Christian life should be? What is wrong with her? Yet she is strong enough to keep herself under the submission to God and demonic does not get its total control no matter how hard they try to break her. Yet she is avenged by the Lord and comes to the point of being grateful in the midst of her trials which gives her hope for breakthrough.