Saturday, January 19, 2013
To this day, I still have a hard time being alone even though I no longer am visited by such supernatural entities. I discovered that if you choose, you can train you mind to not tune into your surroundings. For me it was a conscious choice because of the nightmares that plagued me when I was able to hear and speak with these beings.
There are those of us that can handle dealing with the paranormal on a full time basis, and then people like me that decide they'd rather not know what's sharing space with them. Even writing this article, I feel like I'm stepping over a boundary that keeps the paranormal from my life. My hat is definitely off to people that do this on a daily basis and still have their sanity. I'd love to hear from you about how you deal with the daily bombarding from the spirit world!
In recent years it has become acceptable to use the gifts of being a researcher, but when I was growing up it was still pretty much frowned upon. There are online schools that teach parapsychology, and a few lucky people have created great shows from their ability to speak with the dead. Personally there is very little that I don't believe in even if I haven't seen it with my own eyes. Having an open mind was never a choice for me growing up, and in my adult years I've found it's much better to accept that anything can be possible.
I'm opening Tears of Crimson to any paranormal researcher that would like to come share their stories. You can email us here. Any type of research from Spirits, Aliens, or Legends will be accepted. Take a few minutes and come talk to our readers about what you discovered. Also, if there are any subject you'd like to have researched, please feel free to email us and we will try to get those questions to the right source.