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What Do Spirits See?

Updated on October 26, 2012
Abbey Monk-No Regard for Doors
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When one of the living sees a spirit they most often see them as a white mist. In most cases there is not a great deal of detail, but when you see one, you know what it is. The air becomes thick and close, the hairs on your arms stands straight up and you feel a prickly sensation. (This is what happens when I see a spirit, anyway.) At times, you see the spirit only in your mind and there’s no mist at all. And on very rare occasions, a highly sensitive individual will see a spirit in full form, with recognizable features and in full dress. (I have been able to witness a full apparition a few times, but this is rare.)

There have been enough photographs and first-hand accounts throughout the centuries of these encounters for me to deduce for a fact that our soul/spirit survives after death. All these thousands of sightings cannot be mass hallucinations. And there are thousands of sightings that go unreported all the time. When you see movement out of the corner of your eye, and you look full on and don’t see anything out of the ordinary, guess what, you just saw a spirit. Most people blow these experiences off as their imagination, but it is not your imagination. What it is is catching a glimpse into another dimension. I have already discussed String Theory and Quantum Physics in previous newsletters and the fact that spirits exist in another dimension. I have had responses from enough spirits in my lifetime to know that not only can I see them on occasion, but they can see me as well. But, how do they see me?

I am still encumbered by a body, with an active brain, and with physical eyes and senses. A spirit, on the other hand, is pure energy and does not have the same apparatus to see with as I do. We know from photos and from many first hand witness reports that spirits seem to go right through all physical matter in our dimension… such as closed doors, furniture and walls. Since they were once members of the living, wouldn’t you think that if they saw an open door they would use it to get from one room to another, just from pure habit? They don’t do that, however; which makes me hypothesize that they don’t see the walls, furniture and doors in the same way we do.

I’m thinking since they are pure energy, that’s how they view things, as energy patterns. Since the living are also made up of energy, I believe this is how spirits see us—as the same type of energy that we see them. I can see the energy of a spirit and recognize what it looked like when I knew it while it was still alive, even though it no longer looks like it did while in living form. It’s likely that when we use a thermal imaging device to view spirits, the image on the screen is how they see us from their dimension.

Everything is made up of molecules and energy in different degrees of intensity. They can’t see, but they can sense these energy patterns and can react to it accordingly. It makes sense to me. Of course, there’s no way of proving this theory until after I pass over to the other dimension…I’ll let you know for sure after that happens.


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    • Christine B. profile imageAUTHOR

      Christine B. 

      8 years ago from Medina, Ohio

      I'll try not to be, but I'm thinking I'll be having more fun as a spirit once I get rid of this ailing body! :o)

    • DzyMsLizzy profile image

      Liz Elias 

      8 years ago from Oakley, CA

      Well, lady, don't be in too big a hurry to prove that, ok? ;-)

      Very interesting read. Thanks!


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