For the love of UFOs, Ghosts, Consciousness, Parapsychology.
I started studying a lot of science, mainly focussed on physics, computers and biology, because I wanted to know how life worked.
Then I encountered all kinds of paranormal stuff. I have seen telekinesis and ghosts. I became sensitive and started to feel auras and astral spaces (and their inhabitants). I had telepathic communications. I tested it with friends to confirm that all these things were working.
These experiences filled in a gap in how life can exist: It first starts with consciousness. It is outside the physical world. And from there it shapes the material world. It explains why a person's psyche influences someone's health and well-being.
Consciousness does not let itself to be studied easily. It reacts to our beliefs and expectations. Often it does not want to be noticed. And often it is not nice to encounter "lost consciousness" like ghosts, as they can drain some of your life-energy.
I learned a lot about the structure of consciousness. It is all split up in individual bits. Like our instinct, our attention and our will and thoughts can all be different.
Some of these bits belong to me and you. If these bits get mixed up we get all kids of psychiatric problems. That is why paranormal problems often combine with psychiatric problems. The psychiatry always attacks people with paranormal experiences, and gaslight them. It is like blind people telling other people to close their eyes.
For psychiatry see also: /s/Antipsychiatry/
Life is also nothing without a physical body, so we need to be healthy and care for our body and environment. If we disturb the body, we also get problems with our psychological state, but no drug exists that can make us really happy. That only comes from within. So look for a balance.
For balance see also: /s/Meditation/
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