What if we are casting off ghosts of ourselves in our emotional wake?
In our lives there are times when an intensely emotional event is so powerful it stays with us our entire life. These could be moments of pure joy, intense sadness, or complete rage. They could be some good we've experienced or horrible we were a part of. They are moments, when recalled, come back to us in full clarity, down to echoes of sound in our ears and the sensations on our skin. These moments might be referred to as, "Ghosts from our past," or "Demons of the past." These emotionally fueled moments are more than memories or reoccurring nightmares, they are a part of us in every way.
So the question I ask is: What if that part of you (that highly charged energy) actually separated from your physical body and remained in the place the emotion was born? That cast off energy could then in theory become a "ghost." If proven true, it would be safe to say that in our lifetime we've created and continue to create many ghosts of our self — ghosts (energy of the living), which now exist in locations of our past. Could we be detecting these "Cast Offs" while investigating? Do our multi-ghosts remain after we pass, or does the energy fade away and die with the body? The questions are endless, but if this "What if" is true, the answers could steer our investigations in a completely new direction.
What do you think? Have you left ghosts of yourself in the places you've been? Are those ghosts haunting others right now? Could it be possible to investigate and detect these ghosts from your past or even expel the demons haunting us?
Patrick H.T. Doyle
Being out in the middle of nowhere for an extended amount of time gives me time to think. My mind wanders, jumping from thoughts about current theories in the paranormal to new ideas in the hopes of discovering the truth about what we're encountering. These are some of those ideas.