Multidimensional PSI - Ghosts, Gnomes, Spirit animals, ETs ... Sensing Spirit

Sep 25, 11:01 PM

Say hello to "Mr. Stanley" - the foggy face in the photo. *Image Credit J. Robinette.

“I wondered if [people] weren't psychic because they didn't have the ability, or because they didn't want to have it.. Later I'd come to understand how negative behavior and thought patterns block people from their psychic sense.” - Sonia Choquette, Diary of a Psychic

The focus? Multidimensionalism. (Thank you, Umberto Di Grazia)

Let's talk paranormal.


My connection with the energy of the nightlight and other guardian spirits and guides has given me plenty of opportunity to see into realms I could not have imagined. I did have a jumpstart that ticked one box on the paranormal anomaly chart, Heygo, my 'imaginary' childhood friend. (Gnome. Materialization.)

As an adult, a memorable haunted site? Laughing ghosts at the Stanley Hotel. The happy atmosphere of that haunting and their jovial presence was a surprise. I visited for a brief walk-thru in 2008. 

Black Jack Battlefield - Baldwin, KS. - Recent paranormal engagement. This turned out to be a (very) crowded venue - presenting multiple elements: shadows, voices, and visual impressions from overlapping historical timelines.

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The Stanley ghosts made it clear that the perception of ghosts as being stuck may not apply in every case. They certainly had no desire to leave their space and gave me a song in parting to impress upon me that "goodbye" is not an ending.

Bubbles in the Wine... closing lyrics for The Lawrence Welk show:

"Good night, good night until we meet again
Adios, au revoir, auf wiedersehen 'til then
And though it's always sweet sorrow to part
You know you'll always remain in my heart

Good night, sleep tight and pleasant dreams to you
Here's a wish and a prayer that every dream comes true
And now 'til we meet again
Adios, au revoir, auf wiedersehen. Good Night!"

Lots of fun and laughter echoing from The Stanley. I was assured a return visit would be welcomed. Have I been back? No hurry.

I've blogged about my experience at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado.
Post 1 = Link.
Post 2 = Link.

The blog that triggered this conversation: Multidimensionalismo. Umberto Di Grazia.
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FYI - Chapman University Survey 2018 - The most common paranormal belief in the United States is that places can be haunted by spirits (57.7%), followed closely by the belief that ancient, advanced civilizations, such as Atlantis once existed (56.9%). More than two out of five Americans (41.4%) believe that that aliens visited Earth in our ancient past and more than a third believe aliens are visiting now (35.1%). Source.

Talking to Nightlights - The electronic (Bio-electric) enigma continues to animate my life. Wendy's Blog.