Can I make myself more prone to paranormal experiences?/u/FernieBirdie

The Paranormal | March 10, 2023

Can I make myself more prone to paranormal experiences?/u/FernieBirdie

Hey guys, so I’ve always been into ghosts and spirits and the paranormal. However I’ve never had many paranormal experiences. The only things I can remember that I would class as paranormal were:

For 2 summers in a row, there would be one day in the 6 week holidays for school (UK) where a woman who looked to be wearing niqab, all black, stood still on the path in the park that was past our house. When I looked out my window I saw her. She was there for around 6 hours; same place; not moving.

When I was younger I used to sleep with my bedroom light off, but my door open and the landing light on. One morning I woke up and as soon as I opened my eyes, everything was still dark for a second and my landing light was on. In an instant it turned to daylight and as you would expect everything to look.

This one seems the most paranormal. I was house and dog sitting for my Nan and grandad while they went on holiday. They had a big block of a tv in their bedroom that was probably from the 70’s. I went to the loo one time and I heard football chants, and my nan and grandads tv had turned on by itself??

But I actually get excited when these things happen, it’s spooky and it scares me but also I feel better knowing that spirits are real in a way. My dad passed away when I was 4 and i have carried grief and trauma with me my whole life because of this. I miss him with everything I have and I don’t know if it’s possible but I want to know it I am able to make myself…idk, maybe more susceptible to paranormal experiences or a connection to that world?

Sorry for the silly post, I’m pretty new to Reddit but thought this be the best place to go.

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[link] [comments]Hey guys, so I’ve always been into ghosts and spirits and the paranormal. However I’ve never had many paranormal experiences. The only things I can remember that I would class as paranormal were: For 2 summers in a row, there would be one day in the 6 week holidays for school (UK) where a woman who looked to be wearing niqab, all black, stood still on the path in the park that was past our house. When I looked out my window I saw her. She was there for around 6 hours; same place; not moving. When I was younger I used to sleep with my bedroom light off, but my door open and the landing light on. One morning I woke up and as soon as I opened my eyes, everything was still dark for a second and my landing light was on. In an instant it turned to daylight and as you would expect everything to look. This one seems the most paranormal. I was house and dog sitting for my Nan and grandad while they went on holiday. They had a big block of a tv in their bedroom that was probably from the 70’s. I went to the loo one time and I heard football chants, and my nan and grandads tv had turned on by itself?? But I actually get excited when these things happen, it’s spooky and it scares me but also I feel better knowing that spirits are real in a way. My dad passed away when I was 4 and i have carried grief and trauma with me my whole life because of this. I miss him with everything I have and I don’t know if it’s possible but I want to know it I am able to make myself…idk, maybe more susceptible to paranormal experiences or a connection to that world? Sorry for the silly post, I’m pretty new to Reddit but thought this be the best place to go. submitted by /u/FernieBirdie [link] [comments]

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