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Behind Every Cloud is a Kindred Spirit (BECKS)I lost my grandfather when I was 17. I had a VERY difficult time getting over it. How could I still communicate with him? I loved him so much I didn't think I could live without him. I read everything I could get my hands on to do with the "afterlife" and that started it all...the love of Ghost Hunting and the Paranormal. I have been researching the paranormal for over 30 years!! It is my way of staying in touch with my grandfather. Being a Ghost Hunter is not always as exciting as it seems on TV. Many nights I have sat in the dark and not a thing happened. BUT it is those times you DO get that one voice, that one unexplainable picture or have an experience that sends chills down your back that makes it sooo worth it all!!! My purpose of this blog is not to make people believe in ghosts but maybe to open their minds just a little bit... I LOVE this crazy thing called Ghost Hunting. It is as much a part of me as breathing. I am just a girl that refuses to accept we can't still contact our loved ones after they die. My grandfather won't let me.

6/11/2013

ARE YOU A SENSITIVE? AND WHAT IS A SENSITIVE ANYWAY???

Huuummmm.....so, what does being a SENSITIVE mean?  Does it mean that you just feel things more INTENSE than others? Does it mean that things that are hot and cold affect you more-so than others?  Does it just mean the sun hurts yours eyes a little more than normal?  If it were only that simple.

A Sensitive is someone  that may be considered a "psychic," who has psychic powers, but doesn't communicate directly with the dead.  A sensitive is not a medium, nor is a medium necessarily a sensitive, rather an instrument for spirit communication.

Sensitive's may possess profound psychometric, telepathic, clairvoyant (ordinary and medical) powers; and may also tell fortunes, find objects and render accurate character definitions. However, they may claim no external source.

So, what does all that mean?  It means that some people have the ability to "feel" the presence of a ghost,(but not directly communicate with them although sometimes they can) or sometimes they can tell when and where something may have taken place when your "normal average" person can not. 

Am I a Sensitive?  Only in my dreams!!! But in MY dreams.....I am a World Renown Ghost Hunter who has written hundreds of books on the paranormal and Jason and Grant (from The Ghost Hunters) turn to for all the answers and of course..... I know them all!!!LOL  And in MY dreams.... Zak(from Ghost Adventures) stops TAUNTING our poor friends on the other side!!! LOL  Oh well, enough about my dreams....

I do feel that I have after many years of investigating the paranormal developed MY SIX SENSE  to be more "in turned" with my surroundings and who may be haunting a location.  It takes practice like going into a room and being completely quite, and looking around the room very intensely and noticing every shadow, every detail of the things in the room and most of all having an open mind to the possibility that the mind is a very POWERFUL thing and combine that with what the Universe has to offer....all I can say is ......WE GOT THIS!!!!!

Some people are born with a unique sensitivity to the supernatural and some develop it through hard work and rigorous training.  We ALL experience this Sixth Sense at one point or another.  Like when we know who is calling when the phone rings or a commercial appears on TV that we have been thinking about.  These sort of things happen all the time in our daily lives, and we chalk them up to coincidence.  And sometimes that is just what it is.

I am convinced that everyone, to some degree, can hear and/or see spirits.  The ability just may not be as developed in most as it is in someone who is naturally psychic or a sensitive.  Think of it this way.......anyone can run.......but NOT everyone can RUN a marathon.  It takes training and hard work.  The same with being a Sensitive.  In a Sensitive's case...they have psychic ability to some degree.  It's a matter of putting oneself I a particular state of consciousness and turning in to the same frequency as the spirits.  Not everyone can do it at will.

Having a Sensitive in your ghost group can be awesome!!!  They are able to tell you things that your equipment can't.  I wish I were a Sensitive, I think that would be sooooo cool!!!!!  When a Sensitive walks into a haunted location almost instantly  they can tell you things like....there is a spirit here that is angry......that was murdered here.......you know, things like that.  I DO feel like my "six sense" (because again, I DO NOT feel I am a Sensitive or have ANY special powers or abilities....just your Everyday Ghost Hunter) has become more developed over the years , enough to kinda' FEEL when a spirit is around, FEEL when the energy in the room is changing..... good or bad.... and on a couple of my investigations I have felt like I have had a "special" connection with particular spirits that know me...but I don't know them.....YET!!!   And I might add, that in one of those times, it was NOT a pleasant experience at all!!!

The bottom line is....we ALL have the ability to improve our so called "Six Sense".  You already know this....this is nothing new to you guys......but being a TRUE Sensitive is what I believe to be a true gift from GOD.  Now, I don't know how THEY really feel, I can see where sometimes this might be a PAIN. LOL  But TUNE IN to those "goose bumps"......to the hair "standing up" on the back of your neck......that "uneasy feeling" that SOMETHING is just not right....Remember that in order for your MIND to listen to your intuitive feelings, it must value those feelings.  Your mind needs logical reasons to value the information.  So, let it......
Is my Six Sense kicking in......nnnaaaa...I'm just
being nosy in a room I'm NOT suppose to be in
at a haunted location in Galveston, Tx

Sensitive??? Nope...wrong again....just sitting in an
old cemetery communicating with the dead
through the K-2.


 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I'm an experienced ghost hunter. Yesterday we were investing a property for 16 hours. One of our team members has what I can only describe as a "sensative episode". While it was beneficial to the investigation, it left her confused, bewildered. I am trying to find someone that can help her work out her thoughts and feelings, someone that can relate. Any thoughts?