Belief in the afterlife for some investigators, like myself, is as real and personal as getting in a car and driving down a road. It is those personal experiences that can confirm to us that our belief in something beyond this life does not have to be proved by the measuring of emf or capturing a ghostly voice on a recorder. It is more so about how we can accept it; not logically but just because “IT IS”.
Most paranormal investigators become interested in the existence of an afterlife because of experiences they have had sometime in there life. They find themselves wanting to explain that experience by exploring the world of research and investigations.
Over the last decade or so a mindset of needing evidence to back paranormal experiences has come into play. Most investigators seem to think that personal experiences do not count when it comes to evidence. WHY??
If an investigator has an experience like hearing a voice that should not be there or feel as if they have been touched on the shoulder then why is it necessary dismiss it?
- Our minds have a distinct way of dealing with any type of experience whether paranormal or not. Our logic and spiritual sides are in constant battles. Our humanity expects that being logical is what we are supposed to do. Believing in the experience without…
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