reply to post by Kidachi
The feeling of being watched is a natural ability of all creatures. It allegedly comes from being hunted and being the hunter. It's to do with the
6th sense or the third eye as some would say.
Nothing to worry about there. If you get this feeling and you know you're alone, look to where you feel you're being watched from. If there is
anything there, it will realise you are aware. It also helps you in building your inner abilities. Trusting what you feel.
Spider man would call it his spidey-sense.
Many people feel this when in crowded places, they turn to look and look straight into the eyes of the person looking at them. Common action.
It seems you're possibly more aware than you realise and have recently been asking yourself a lot of questions.
I've come to realise that reading about others thoughts and opinions gets a bit hard at times. Reading about goblins, faireys, angels, sprits,
ghosts, aliens etc tends to get a bit beyond any grasp sometimes.
As much as some of these stories may be true, some may also be completely out of focus, yet some writers become famous for it. Why, I'll never
I take all the stories with a pinch of salt and use what I've read to formulate my own opinions on my experiences. Get your own answers from all
They say seeing is believing. So any personal experience is worth more than anything anyone could ever write. If you felt, saw, heard or dreamt it
then it was an experience only you can describe and only you knows the truth of it.
It's a funny field to work in. The sceptics, non-believers, truthers etc, we all have our own ideas, all of which could be right and/or wrong.
I used to be a member of a UFO hunting group. We had quite a bit of media coverage and did talks etc and some of the stories you hear from others can
be a bit "loopy", yet these are the experiences these others claim to have had.
They might be lying for some reason, but you can't make that judgment. You stories may seem out of whack to them.
Trust what you feel. Go with the flow. Don't expect instant revelations. Slowly slowly catchy monkey.