Ghosts, and the psychological explanation behind their existence, part one;

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A very tough proposition to explain in a logical way not just for atheists, but also probably for everyone.

Again, I will present the irrational mysterious world of ghosts in a little bit of logical way combined with the help of imagination, and the desire to explore the unknown,. To be more accurate, let’s explore ‘The life after death’.

Who doesn’t like imagination, doesn’t probably like watching movies, right…

Probably, so many people now shaking their heads in an incredulous way, what is this person writing about? Well, let me explain it to you the way I experienced it and the way I see it. Then, you will definitely look at your waking/ living life very differently from the ground.

I think that not many writers have written about it in their books the way I am, who have experienced the kind of imminent encounter with the subtle energy from the other unknown word.

One more thing before you start reading, you don’t need to believe in it, let’s say you read it as a normal story to take you away from the busy world around you. This time let your imagination play the main role, not the scepticism, just open up your mind, sit back, and relax and become my reader once again.

What you will read, is based on my own experience, not copied from any source, simply based on an unwanted, and also expected encounter with them.

History

The concept of a ghost is based on the ancient idea that a person’s spirit exists separately from his or her body, and may continue to exist after that person dies. Because of this idea, many societies began to use funeral rituals as a way of ensuring that the dead person’s spirit would not return to “haunt” the living.

Nowadays we do continue in this for thousands of years old tradition to use funeral rituals to pay tribute and respect to the dead. So, why we should be so sceptic unbelievers in the existence of ghost energy.

Is it the fear of the unknown world what comes after death? Perhaps, lack of knowledge. Maybe, reluctance to connect with the spiritual world from which we all came to existence anyway. Whatever it is to make your stay distant, I am here to explain it to you in a logical way what is all behind it. Well, it doesn’t sound convincing much but who doesn’t like imagination, doesn’t probably like watching movies, right…

What or who is a ghost then?  Definition of a ghost in folklore

A ghost is the soul or spirit of a dead person or animal that can appear to the living. In ghostlore, descriptions of ghosts vary widely from an invisible presence to translucent or barely visible wispy shapes, to realistic, life-like visions.

Sounds unreal and ridiculous, isn’t it? There are so many ridiculous things in the world we humans live, and we believe they are real that nothing should really throw you out of balance. Like politicians, they always lie, and we still believe them because we see them as someone who can help us out of misery when they start giving us so many promises.

We do more concentrate on the superficial, and unseen, on something, which is easy to understand or cope with, rather than on the real stuff, which makes us who we really are. I am trying to say that when you put things together into something real or even unreal you always need to imagine it, think about it, and then start finding a way or solution to deal with it.

The human brain uses the same processes happening since the beginning of human evolution.

Why we are so concerned about the outcome of our thinking about stuff we can’t see, touch or feel. We are using our imagination anyway even for the real stuff to deal with. It is scientifically proven that the human brain doesn’t separate real from unreal or even doesn’t recognize past from future. Because everything is happening right now- there is a whole reason why our brain has evolved the way that it only needs for well functioning the present moment, and imagination, although this is a different story perhaps for some other article of mine in future.

So, the subatomic world we are all made of the same stuff. If it is your body or chair you are sitting on or even your thoughts, everything is made of the same stuff. Yes, even your emotions are made of the same particles just like planets or the whole cosmic energy.

let’s say; you think of your future how it should look like as you wish then believe me or not, you are already, and instantly in your future building fundaments, and defining directions, making connections of your future and you.

Everything is the same and equal in the subatomic world

It goes even much further; the world in an atom is very different from the world we normally experience. There isn’t any gravitation pull or even a movement of the subatomic particles defining direction, and even time, as we know it on earth, is not happening there at all. Because some particles can be here and there instantly at the same time regardless distance not just inside atoms, but also the distance between the atoms themselves in the space (this has to do with other dimensions, hmm very radical, isn’t it, don’t worry, I won’t talk about it now).

Means, your thoughts are made of atoms, so let’s say if you think of your future how it should look like  as you wish then believe me or not, you are already, and instantly in your future building fundaments, and defining directions, making connections of your future and you.

Three-dimensional world

Physically we are able to perceive three dimensions in the space by our five senses.

The string theory says that we live in multiple dimensional spaces. Because there are many more different dimensions intersecting with our three-dimensional world. Obviously, we can’t see, touch or feel the other dimension, there are worlds existing in these dimensions as well. One of them is the subtle energy where the ghosts are. This is exactly how I see it. I am not being radical to go one direction religiously but I am very controversial. I simply like free space above my head with no restrictions and opened up mind to new thoughts, if you like it this way.

To some people it is scary, some think it is creepy, what is creepy is funny, and what is funny is interesting. To me it is interesting, and I take it as normal, as it is part of my life.

Stepping into the unknown

Acceptance is about what it takes to understand this article, it is simple but hard to explain, and hard to swallow. I have compiled this article because I combined what I like most, which is writing, philosophy, pseudoscience to connect with science, and mainly my imminent encounter with ghosts. Not quite unusual but people don’t want to talk about it. To some people it’s scary, some think it’s creepy, what is creepy is funny, and what is funny is interesting. To me it is interesting, and I take it as normal, as it is part of my life.

In the next article, I am going to tell you some real stories based on my experience. Ups gonna be scary reading…

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