posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 03:54 AM
Interesting thread... I have often wondered if we don't, perhaps too often, try to make rational definitions and rationalizations for
things/experiences that are, by definition, mystical and ethereal.
I guess I wonder, if in fact, we don't actually leave our bodies, and discourse with beings (perhaps ourselves or fellow human beings) in a different
realm or vibratory level.
I have often wondered if there aren't perhaps two sides to each of us. There is the daylight or rational side that says that UFOs, and sleep
paralysis can be resolved with sunlight reflecting from airplanes, swamp gas, or little bits of our brain misfiring.
Then there is the night side. The part of us that causes us to, at some level, be attracted to things like dragons, ufos, non-physical entities, and
the like, because, in fact they do exist. And rather than really get involved with them, we sit back and rationalize them to a diminuitive part of
our philosophy and reality.
I love to try and believe in at least one thing per day that is "irrational" in the supposed light of reality
I, further. wonder if we don't keep ourselves from finding the solutions to issues like this, simply because we tend to be afraid of finding the
answers. It's ok to be able to make a physical explanation for the types of issues we're dealing with in this thread, but what happens if there are
several different explanations for how these phenomena occur. One explanation is with smoke and mirrors and scientific explanation while the other is
that ... What your are having happen to you, is the reality.