Admittedly, it's a rather strange topic but... . Please note, this is different from 'obsession' or being possessed by a spirit:
The word incorporate is sometimes used to indicate the process of an alleged spirit entity temporarily taking over control of a given human being.
In order to indicate the opposite, which is the process of the alleged spirit leaving the human body, is the word disincorporate appropriate?
I have searched through my favourite dictionaries. Only the big Oxford English Dictionary has an entry for 'disincorporate' that would match the meaning but it is marked as obsolete.
An alternative word option could be 'discorporate', but drawing on the entry in the Oxford English Dictionary, it seems even more closely related to 'corporate' in a sense of business, than 'disincorporate'.
Oxford English Dictionary
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary 8th Ed. [no entry]
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary [no entry]
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English 5th Edition [no entry]
Could I get your informed opinion on this - does this word convey the meaning I intend to convey?
Many thanks! J