>>20471067>Is it possible that stuff like spirits and daemons and all that are beings from a different dimension?
The funny thing is that there may not be a rational explanation for these things, at least within the context of modern science. For example, there are fairies that exist in a realm called fairy land. That's real. Is it another dimension or realm? I guess so. Can we explain it with physics? Maybe, but why bother?
A lot of paranormal things are real. Entities, aliens, demons, angels, astral realms, heaven/hell realms, superpowers/siddhis, energy, chakras, kundalini, gods, immortals, divinity, etc.
Heck, I have experienced some of those things for myself, particularly energy, on a daily basis. It's a part of my life and my spiritual practice. So since what I've experienced is real to me, I hardly discount anything else. If someone talks about meeting shape-shifting aliens and they seem like fairly reasonable and intelligent people to me, I'm inclined to give them the benefit of doubt. I judge their merit based on the person's character.
If you're looking for proof, I'm afraid I don't have any. Getting any concrete evidence to show you or anyone is way too troublesome, maybe even impossible. Why would I do that when I know for a fact that these things are real and experience them directly?
The way I see things now is that this life is very much like a dream. Many things exist that we have no explanation for. I don't try to discount the possibility of anything existing no matter how ridiculous. I don't outright believe in it either. I just welcome the possibility because my own experiences tell me that there's more to the world than what I or most people acknowledge to be real.
If you're looking for a paranormal experience, it shouldn't be hard to do if you really want. Go visit some haunted places, desecrate em, do everything you can to annoy the shit out of whatever is there. Do rituals, do meditation, do high doses of psyches, etc.