The Living Force
I also enjoyed this article very much. Although I personally don’t feel that paranormal experiences are “exceptional cases of the unseen world crashing into the material world”. I feel that these moments occur when we are paying high attention and that they are woven into and through our experience of the world. The “crash” maybe with personalised concepts of what is normal, in other words what is real.Spiritual Sight: How to See the Unseen
Thank you Luc for your latest Substack article! As you quite rightly say, lists can never capture the depths and subtleties of spiritual growth, but I nevertheless found yours to be a most helpful reminder of what should be kept in mind when striving to 'see the unseen'.
I also particularly appreciated your thoughts on paranormal phenomena as exceptional cases where the unseen world 'crashes' into the material world. I wonder: what do you make of so-called 'synchronicities'? Can these be indicative of 'goings on' in the non-material realm, trying to give us a helping hand (or not, as the case may be)?
I categorise my own accounts of paranormal experiences as being interesting glimpses of underlying reality. My emotional responses to them has always been of a calm feeling of this is cool and really quite normal, or real. Yet as I understand it other people can have paranormal experiences that devastate their world view. This just illustrates how differently we all experience the worlds.
Mind you, I have never experienced poltergeist activity or seen a UFO close up. Not so sure how normal I would feel about that! And no thank you, I do not want any glimpse of either.