Do you believe in the supernatural like ghosts and stuff?

Philippines
January 29, 2009 1:54am CST
Some people might think I am just crazy or just imagining stuff... I do believe in ghosts but not like the ones in the movies who frighten you and surprise you to death. I have a few experiences that gave me nothing more than goosebumps and some sensation going up my spine. I also believe that all living things have spirits because when a very old acacia tree was chopped down because of the typhoon, I saw a whirling brownish, orangey energy... Do you also have experiences like this?
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@dodo19 (33984)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
31 Jan 09
I don't think that you're crazy at all. As a matter of fact, I too believe in ghosts. I've had several experiences with them. The first one was about 8 years ago, when I was 12. I tried telling my parents about one or two of them, but they didn't believe me. They simply said that it was my overactive imagination playing tricks on me. But after that, even though I had some encounters with ghosts, I simply stopped telling them, since they didn't believe me anyway. Since then, I haven't really talked about it to the rest of my family, or my friends. I can't even find the courage to tell my fiance.
• Philippines
31 Jan 09
Me too! I don't tell a lot of people. But my mom is a clairvoyant so I could tell her. The first vivid encounter I had was when my mom's friends came over to do some meditation. I noticed she had four friends. Me, being a shy girl tried my best not to bump any of them when they stood by the living room and I passed by. I noticed one guy who had a blank stare, I could still remember his face up to now. I passed by his right side and successfully did not bump him despite the small space. He was in black. Early the next morning as I was having my breakfast, I asked my mom who the guy in black was. Then she told me there was no one in black... Then I said "There were four guys! Who is the one in black?" Then she insisted that she only had 3 friends who came over that night... I just couldn't continue eating my breakfast that moment.
@dodo19 (33984)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
31 Jan 09
Wow, that's very scary. I don't blame for not being able to continue eating your breakfast. You're lucky for having someone to talk to. I really wish I had that. But I guess I can't expect my family to believe me, especially since my dad is a scientist. And I doubt he's the type of scientist, who believes in things that aren't a proven fact.
@ahgong (10064)
• Singapore
31 Jan 09
heh heh heh... I was just thinking of a similar topic to post when I saw yours. Well, to me, there are possibilities that there exists a realm that be beyond what our eyes can see. So I am not surprise that these entities from the other realms which we term as ghosts, exists. I have not witness any anomalies like those you mentioned. Nor do I intend to either. But if you have the gift of the third eye, it is better for you to get some charms from the religion you believe in to protect yourself. As the chinese saying goes, "It is better to believe there is rather than disbelief". So protect yourself as a precaution.
• Philippines
31 Jan 09
I really like your reply. I like the Chinese saying. It really makes a lot of sense.
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@ahgong (10064)
• Singapore
31 Jan 09