Now that our Supernatural Synchronicity series has come to it's conclusion, Ashley and Sarah reflect and recap on the last few months exploring this series and reveal plans for it's future in a joint article.
Is it quite simply 'human nature' that is stopping up from getting the answers we seek in terms of paranormal phenomena? Are we setting ourselves up to fail when we don't specifically know what we are looking for?
Why is it that some believe one thing while others are so set on another. Could it be there really is no one size fits all answer when it comes to the paranormal? While we say we need to be open minded to certain things, is it naive for us to think that paranormal phenomena could be limited to just the one explanation?
If a tree falls in the forest, and there’s nobody around to hear, does it make a sound? Is the moon there when nobody looks? In the same vein, is paranormal phenomena happening when there is no one there to observe it? Is paranormal phenomena only occurring because we are there?
Is time the key? 13th March 2019 Sarah Chumacero 76 views. 0 comments. General, Supernatural Synchronicity.
Time seems to be one of the common denominators in a lot of different theories related to the paranormal. As out there as some theories may seem to some, many are driven by the concept and our perception of space and time. Could time and what is known as the 4th dimension be the key to understanding paranormal phenomena?
The way each investigator interprets information will depend on their beliefs, who they investigate with and how they learnt to investigate. We tend to overcomplicate things when we should be trying to keep it simple.
Ashley wrote quote an interesting introduction for Supernatural Synchronicity looking at the potential source of psychical phenomena. I found his thoughts on the pineal gland particularly interesting so I have delved into the pineal gland a little bit further.
I am so excited to be teaming up with fellow paranormal blogger Ashley Knibb to bring a new perspective on the paranormal research we have both been working on. Read on to find out all about our new project.