Having been exposed to (and worked with) professionals in the paranormal, I am convinced now, more than ever, that all things are possible. Things that (I thought) defy logic, rational explanation and scientific qualification or verification (to varying degrees) exist all around us.
All the stuff of fanciful or science fiction and horror stories appear to be true though exaggerated for print and screen for our amusement. So true, in fact, that the government spends millions of dollars researching and weaponizing it.
Meanwhile, in the private sector, there are individuals whose calling in life includes mitigating the damages of this paranormal activity surrounding any of us, or all of us, at any given moment.
You might say, “That can’t be true. If all that stuff was existed, I would know about it,” like I did.
I applaud this perfect state of ignorance that I once held tight to with my naïveté in full regalia. Take my advice: stay there.
To hear these individuals tell their story, few of them sought out the awareness of the paranormal. In most cases, the paranormal activity in which they currently specialize sought them out against their better judgment or will.
This one thing remains true:
Seek and you will find
This is to say that those who decided to specialize in specific paranormal activity our of pure curiosity and succumbing to the burgeoning researcher and scientist within, discovered and found themselves embroiled with the very thing they were investigating.
Their stories led me to conclude that not only
All things are possible
It appears that “anything that you look for, you will find,” is the truest of all truisms.
If you look for ghosts, you will find them. This proves true for anything from aliens and multidimensional travel to demons and Bigfoot.
It’s as if nothing exists until you look for it, then once you do – if your intentions are focused on finding it – it (whatever it is) enthusiastically appears for you to experience fully. Likewise, if you seek to disprove the existence of any or all of these things, the data comes bubbling up to support that which you seek.
That said, your attention is better spent elsewhere – anywhere – rather than to explore the paranormal yourself.
Paranormal activity aside, the same is true in real life within and around the interactivity of our human interactions and communication, one with another.
If you’ve been hurt or abused and hold within our heart the pain of said abuse, you will find abusers wherever you look. This is a different kind of demon hunter, but not quite as dissimilar as you might think at first blush.
I run into this type of demon hunter all the time, and they come in all ages, shapes and sizes, so you may not be able to determine one until you see them discovering the things they are afraid of everywhere, all around them, in everyone they meet. It’s as if they are being haunted by their own ghosts.
They continually find themselves being victimized asking, “Why is everyone out to get me?”
Certainly, you could demonize anyone from politicians to saints; ergo if you look for it, it will appear and be real to you – possibly even more real to you than anything you’ve witnessed – now, more than ever.
The question remains:
Is it better to seek and find?
Is it better to look away and remain naïve?
I find it’s better for me to choose when to look and when to look away; for some things can be so complicated and compelling so as to become an obsession leaving me wanting even more, thereby distracting me from my calling of helping others achieve their highest and best.
In this respect
‘tis better to correctly discern when and where to look
Because if you do, you will surely find it.