Why is it do you think that children and young adults seem to be more open to ghosts and spirits? Is it just that they are too young to understand what they are really seeing? Or are children more open to the spirit world?
What do you think?
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You learn a new way of thinking the day you start at school like 1+1 = 2 and if you tell anyone that you have psychic abilities you get laughed at or feared by people that don't understand it.
This subject really interests me, i know why little sisters son is always telling us about things he can see that we cant, people he sees in the flat that he is genuinely scared by as he says that often he thinks its his mom that he sees, but turns out to be the figure of someone else, who then dissappears when he looks back.
Its really fascinating to here what he has to say as he is only 6 years old!
i don't know whether "ghost" are real or not. what i do know is that the facinating human mind works in mysterious ways, by wich it often fools itself. i've had many experiences thinking i've seen or heard something but turned out to be a false interpetation of perception and other forms of information processing by the brain, when i've used drugs this happens easily and its called halucinating. but whitout drugs we do this all the time but on a much smaller scale.
children are still more imaginarie then adults and they have a smaller concept of reality and how things work, which makes them deceptable for their own brains deceptions.
Yes children have active imaginations and blah blah blah.
I myself think children see more than adults can. As we get older the conditioning kicks in. Imagination and belief is replaced with responsibility and anxiety.
Maybe the parts of the brain that allows for children to see or be more sensitive to certain things dulls over time.
I also believe animals are more sensitive as well.
King of my jungle just a gangster stalking
Also, I think the reason why kids are more susceptible to seeing spirits is because we all have the ability to see them, just kids haven't been told (yet) that it's all in their head. That and they don't have the stress of everyday adult life gnawing down on them.
That and someone mentioned freedom, and that's a good way to explain it. Children's minds are free.
It helps make the world make more sense.
It makes the crazy normal, and the unreal real.
Because, without it, all you've got left is reality.
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