Why Do You Trust Your Eyes So Much?

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The biggest rift between those asleep and those awake, is the lack of visual proof of the non-physical. If you can’t see it with the naked eye, it doesn’t exist.

Let’s say I see a flash of light from the corner of my eye. Think about how many ways I can attempt to explain away its occurrence:

  • I look for light sources nearby that could cause a reflection
  • I look for pets or people moving in the room
  • I blame it on being tired

Yet once we count out physical causes, there remains a big void where an answer needs to be.

When the soul is ready to explore the unknown during an incarnation, then the mind will start inquiring if there isn’t more to life than the physical things we can see and touch.

And when that box is opened, all sorts of things fly out to be considered.  More occurrences happen for us to inquire about.  Synchronicity after synchronicity pops up and we start making the connection.

This is when we get excited, and begin sharing our experiences with friends.  And much of the time, that excitement is not shared whatsoever, because you’re sharing with a person who still needs a physical explanation for every occurrence.

Proof will require seeing something with the naked eye in order to substantiate its existence.  Otherwise, it doesn’t exist.

Is it a ghost?!
How many ghost-hunting shows are popular on TV?  It’s not real unless you catch it on camera, live!

Is it an angel?!
Since no one brought a camera to Lourdes, the appearance of Mother Mary was deemed mass hysteria.

Is it an alien?!
Two milliseconds of research on YouTube will bring you to a myriad of videos of grainy aliens and big-eyed beings gazing through dark windows.  Hoaxes aside, none that can be “proven,” of course.

 

Most folks vehemently deny the existence of ghosts, angels, and extraterrestrials, since if we can’t see it, it doesn’t exist.

Oh, except for electricity…and wind…and atomic particles.  We make exceptions for things like that.

I find it humorous, and tragic, that we believe our eyes are the most acute of senses; the input mechanism we trust more than any other, despite the fact that 6 out of 10 people need glasses just to function in their day.

If you find yourself in that group that wants visual confirmation of the existence of the non-physical, then you are not alone.  I am in there too, very often, because the programming runs deep in our society.

Yet there is a huge amount of powerful energy floating around you; energy you can tap into at anytime, should you believe that you can.

Do you believe that you can?

 

Kimberly

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