Have you ever wondered why we only see ghosts at night?

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Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night to see strange, moving shadows? Or have you ever been alone in a house at night and saw something move out of the corner of your eye? Have you ever wondered why most paranormal activity takes place at night? (Hint: It’s not because ghosts want to scare us.) Paranormal activity happens both during the day and at night, only we don’t see it until nighttime.

Everyone has psychic abilities.

The accuracy of our vision of seeing the paranormal varies from person to person, but everyone has the gift of being able to see and interact with creatures from the other side . This is part of our sixth sense.

After working with hundreds of clients on their intuitive development, I have never seen anyone who was unable to tune in to their intuition/sixth sense after sufficient practice. Some people can see beings from the other side more clearly because there are fewer things that obstruct their view.

Things that can keep you from really seeing something paranormal are for example: beliefs, strong emotions like fear or phobias, negative experiences in the past etc..

Often children have open minds and are free of preconceptions about creatures on the other side (unless they watch a lot of horror movies); this open, relaxed state allows them to see more clearly paranormal activity.

Relaxation changes the state of our brains

When we are relaxed, our brain switches from beta waves, which are produced when we are alert and focused on a task at hand, to alpha waves, which are slower and more relaxed. Not only is our mind different during the day, we are also different mentally.

When we are relaxed, our natural defenses go down and we are more open. We are less focused on the environment and more inward. When we look inward, how we look at something changes.

Our view of the environment softens and sometimes even blurs in the moments before we sleep, as if the outside world is almost visibly blurred. It is at this point that we switch off everything else and we can sometimes see shadows moving from one side of the room to the other, or other paranormal phenomena.

This sight is usually enough to jolt us awake, with our brain switching back to beta, which is why we wonder if what we saw was real . But our entire perception of reality changes as our brain waves change.

If you’ve ever done even a light meditation, you’ll recognize the sense of our brain’s alpha state. When we meditate we can see things that, if we are alert and in beta state, we could not see so clearly.

We can see colors, sounds, and beings from the other side in light guided meditations that are beautiful when we experience them, but are somehow less believable once we’ve pulled ourselves out of that relaxed state.

In our dreams we are in an even deeper state of brainwaves like delta and theta and in those moments our dreams feel like truth.

My point is that as your brainwaves change, your perception of reality changes with it.

There are times when our imagination takes over and creates images in our minds that feel very real and sometimes even very scary. We can imagine shadows, ghosts and all sorts of terrifying paranormal phenomena (especially at night), but the key is to know what you yourself create and what is in reality.

So what exactly is real paranormal activity?

A trained psychic or medium will know the difference between which visions come from our imagination and which come from our mind (brain). One important difference is that visions that come from your imagination or ego always have their origin in fear.

For example, we can imagine that something is floating above us when we sleep and that it wants to harm us, or we can feel that something is following us up from the basement and we have to resist the urge to run away from it. These feelings have their origin in fear and are therefore the product of our imagination.

However, if it’s nighttime, you’re watching TV (which probably means your brain is in alpha state ) and you see a shadow moving out of the corner of your eye and there’s nothing physical that could have caused it, then it’s you probably saw something really paranormal.

If you are lying in bed and you feel goosebumps as if someone is stroking your arm, or your cheek suddenly tingles for a moment as if someone is kissing you good night, then you have truly experienced something paranormal. These are often our guides or loved ones from the other side watching over you or letting you know they are there.

If you can suspend judgment and determine whether your image or feeling came from fear, then you can accept whether you have seen something paranormal. This is the key to opening your psychic “sight”, but if you’re not interested in opening that psychic center in your brain, you can always push the shadows away from you and blame your cat for the strange noises in the other room.

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