reply to post by SaturnFX
I have never had a problem balancing both. I'm a very spiritual person, who also happens to believe in a few paranormal fields (cryptozoology,
ghosts, etc). I have seen, felt, and heard some weird stuff. I've also practiced spiritual things (meditation, trance, god-form assumption, magick).
I have had results all around, but that doesn't mean I think I am obligated to believe or support "any old Joe" who comes around making a claim.
Sometimes the claims are just WAY too ridiculous: Reptilian extraterrestrials embody underground cities and secretly rule the world via multimedia
monopoly. Other times the claim clearly twists the facts: the Annunaki are space-alien captors seeking to enslave the human race... as opposed to
being a class of Mesopotamian deities who wanted to achieve certain goals.
Occasionally the claims turn out to be pretty spot on for me: practicing pranayama
, or right-breathing can calm & relax your nerves, while also
helping to regulate your body's health. Or for people in general: keeping a journal of dreams helps you remember them better, remembering them better
allows you to psychoanalyze yourself and current life events.
I just try to keep my head clear, and my vision unimpaired. Just because I believe in the power of magick, the health benefits of meditation, and in
psychology does not mean that I think David Icke is right, or that 13 bloodlines rule the international multimedia franchise. I'm extremely
skeptical, but when I am shown something I don't pretend it never happened.
I've seen a ghost.
I've witnessed precognition be spot-on numerous times.
I have seen, and done, magick.
Meditation has helped me balance my emotions and recover from sickness faster.
I have seen some kind of unidentifiable aircraft in the skies over my neighborhood.
Show me a Reptilian and I'll accept them.
Show me "the matrix" and I'll consider it.
Show me the Annunaki are space aliens and I'll believe it.
That is just my stance though.
~ Wandering Scribe