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Paranormal Thoughts

Posted on February 4, 2021 by Clifford Hagger

Paranormal is truly a chemical term made into one word by joining up"para" and"normal". Para means outside, and thus the significance we attach to paranormal is some thing or some event that's beyond our normal comprehension of the world. There are lots of such phrases in the English language. We've got metaphysics, supernatural, parapsychology and so forth. But these words are really very complicated because their meanings aren't well defined. In what sense?

The issue with any language is that every word is a mere representation rather than the thing itself. The word apple isn't the physical thing itself but the tag we use to represent it. Nouns are for the most part the least complicated to correctly understand and convey. Consider another word. Intrinsic. We may have some comprehension of what it means but we also know it may be utilised in various ways and its significance will change with the context where it's used. Quite complex. Anyway, this isn't a lesson in grammar so let us get on with paranormal.

To some people it is about ghosts. To others it is UFOs, Loch Ness Monster, etc.. Notice the difference. Ghosts are usually regarded as the spirits of people who have passed away whereas UFOs and the Loch Ness Monster are nearly exclusively recognized as physical entities whose roots can't be explained. Additionally, once we combine into this our spiritual beliefs, ghosts symbolize life after death that's the reason why the entire subject of religious presence excites our interest. Because of this, I will leave UFOs and like to a different article if I may.

There are a lot of individuals in this world who will tell you that a belief in religious existence is only a means of drawing comfort in the face of certain death. But if there's a way in which our experiences and memories could persist in some manner, despite the fact that our physical body is no more, this definitely acts as a source of immense relaxation and gives closure to individuals who assert such beliefs. Most notably, it brings emotional relief to people whose fate, it appears, is to suffer needlessly to others, from one thing or another. But some argue that it's precisely because of this, and this reason alone, such beliefs exist in the first location. A real chicken and egg situation.

How Much Does It Get Us

Just how much does this get us? I'm confident you've seen many documentary type programs on TV in which a specific house or castle is researched because it has a reputation of being haunted. The majority of us have seen the light orbs floating across the screen, mediums allegedly being taken over by spirits, unexplained sounds, doors opening or closing by themselves and the enjoy being recorded and played back. Some of it is obviously very persuasive and yet the fact that none of it is taken seriously by the scientific community means that it still resides in the land of fiction and fantasy. So we are back to faith versus reality. But we can be sure of at least one thing concerning those issues and that's that just because something hasn't been scientifically proven to be true doesn't mean it's false. I know it's stating the obvious but people sometimes lose sight of this and assume that which is untrue unless proven to be authentic.

There are several religions that attempt to justify the negative facets of life on earth using the belief in an existence beyond this world as the object of our endeavours here in the world. Some say that what we do here decides where we go when we die. Other people take a slightly inverted perspective and say what we did in previous existences has caused the type of life here and what we do so time will further shape the sort of life we can anticipate in the next installment. So not only do these faiths firmly uphold the existence of life beyond the physical but go even further to describe the consequences of how we choose to live.

I believe that the only way we could resolve this guide is to state once and for good whether it makes any sense (logical, religious or scientific) whatsoever to maintain a level of faith in such matters. My personal opinion is that if it comes to matters of religion, try to prove it to nobody but yourself. If you're delighted with your own conclusions, force it on no one but also don't be afraid to proclaim your faith if the occasion arises.