When the team encounters Native American spirits at a client's property I NEVER attempt to remove, crossover, or banish them. Whether this is because I have a healthy respect for these spirits or I'm just plain afraid of them, I honestly don't know. I depend on Winter, our Native American specialist, for guidance with these spirits.
Very recently I encountered a Native American Shaman spirit and I have to admit he scared me at first. After assuring him I meant no disrespect and intended to do no harm, he allowed me to walk the property. I say "allowed" because I knew I would not be able to investigate the location without suffering some type of harm to myself if I didn't have his permission first.
What are your thoughts? More importantly, if you're a professional paranormal investigator, what has been your experience in cases involving Native American spirits?
Why would a spirit choose to remain here and not to go to the other side? We’ve all heard stories of how peaceful the transition can be. People who have experienced near death experiences report seeing a light and being embraced by loved ones who are on the other side, and feeling so peaceful they thought twice about returning to the physical realm. So if it’s believed to be such a peaceful experience, why do some souls remain earthbound? There are several theories why some spirits decide to remain here instead of crossing over. The most popular beliefs are
What are your thoughts? Have you encountered an earthbound spirit, and if so, do you know the reason why they stayed?
Chakras: Are you familiar with the 7 chakras and do you believe blockages can cause health problems?
I believe a chakra healing session can remove blockages and help improve your health. Some people believe you can perform healings that will heal anyone, no matter how serious the health condition is, 100% . What are your thoughts and have you had a healing session?
What are Shadow People? Please tell us what you think they are and where they come from. Do you believe they're evil?
Notice the blue light that appears in the bottom right hand corner of the photo?
The blue light on right side is larger.
The blue light now appears to be a beacon. Some people have suggested Renee is holding a flashlight but that absolutely is not the case. If you look closely at the bottom half of the blue light you'll see it abruptly ends in a straight line: flashlights don't do that.