There are studies conducted by parapsychologists that suggest doubt in a case i.e. attitude of a case or mindset can play a role in stiffing the evidence you seek. Spirits are more intelligent, more elusive than people give them credit for.
Yes - it feels odd for me to have all these experiences based on one simple fact. I was never really into the paranormal. I didn't find paranormal. The paranormal found me and boy did it. Big time!
I wish I could paint a picture that explains to the skeptic. To the person seeking phenomena(but never finds it) what it feels like. What it looks like. I've seen objects disobey the laws of physics that would make Stephen Hawking blush. May he RIP.
Yes, spirits are very intelligent and they are careful to not give the public any evidence that will cause a change in public opinion, appearing to only one or a few people at a time. The people who are not into the paranormal are always the ones who get hit with it. isn't that always the case. I've spent my entire life fighting spiritual warfare battles. My own serious battle in the first half of my life and then helping others with theirs.
When I see people seeking activity sometimes it hits me wrong and I get annoyed, but I try to keep in mind that people really do not believe they will experience anything serious. They have no idea that once you are the victim of spiritual warfare, it changes your life forever. You will never be the same. You cannot go back to being a wide-eye, innocent, naive person who has nothing to fear. It forces you to think about God and the Devil, evil, souls, afterlife, consequences of your choices in life. The reality of so many things hits you.
Most parents worry over their children getting good grades and making it into a good college, not getting pregnant too young, not doing drugs. I worry about true evil finding my son the way it did me and him having to be in a battle for his soul and what if it happens after I die and he has no one to help him.
Edited by Ladydi, 05 June 2019 - 03:45 PM.