By Stephen Ellis
Nobody asked me, but…
“Love” is an interesting word.
The dictionary defines it as 1 a (1): strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties
The dictionary definition is fraught with possibilities, but, if you think about it, the above definitions tell us how to “describe” love, but not what it is. It’s important that we all ask ourselves what “love”, “hate”, “joy”, “sadness”, and all of our other feelings really are. Of course, we know they are all emotions…but what is an emotion…and why? Ever wonder why some people can hear about the death of a stranger or someone they knew only slightly and not react to it, while others burst into tears? Or why a joyful or happy feeling can make some people cry?
Science tells us that if something can’t be detected by any of our five senses (sight, sound, taste, touch and smell) that is simply does not exist. Can you see love? Or sadness? You can see how some people react with love or sadness, but your five senses cannot detect an emotion. Emotions are something inside you that science has unsuccessfully tried to explain for centuries. The reason science cannot explain emotions is because emotions emanate from your aura…and science does not recognize the aura as anything but a meaningless electromagnetic field surrounding your body. Yet certainly emotions exist even if there is no scientific explanation for them. Your emotions are very much a part of your life…and very much a part of your life after death.
Please do not confuse your emotions with strong physical stimulus. When you’re very young, many people tend to confuse “love” with sexual desire. Certainly good sex can make a body feel great. Contra to a lot of religious beliefs, the fact is that a great sexual liaison does not require “love”. Further, the same person that created strong sexual desires in you twenty years ago may not create the same animal-type feelings in you today. Love, joy, sadness, etc. are not something physical although they may have physical manifestations.
If you loved a person once, you will probably feel strongly about them for the rest of your life unless you have found someone else to fulfill your emotional needs for love. We all need someone to be an essential part of our lives. It doesn’t have to be a “mate”, it can well be a parent, a child or a sibling…or even an outside party. The universal desire of almost all people is, “Please love me.” Some try to achieve this through a mate, some through business or political success, some through religion, some through their children, and in many ways too numerous to set forth here.
Why all this talk about “love” and “emotions” in a paranormal blog? It is because “emotions” are the things that bind you to another person. They are the thing that binds your spirit or aura to someone else’s spirit or aura.
None of us are perfect, despite what we may think of ourselves. We all have inadequacies that can only be complemented by other people. You love someone (even God) because you need something that special someone gives you. Not money or physical pleasure; you need them to make your own internal spirit whole. You may complain about that person(s) day and night, but without them, your life seems empty. That’s why, when someone you love dies, you start to look for someone else who may fill the void the dead person had filled. The void created by a dead (or divorced) mate may be filled by a parent, a child, a new mate, intensified religious beliefs, etc. Sometimes, that void can be filled by a part of the dead person’s aura staying behind to help complete you. But it is a void that must be filled or your life will feel hollow.
So it is with auras or spirits.
Your aura, with a sort of life of its own, is not perfect, either. It needs to be completed. That’s why you can meet someone for the first time and you feel you know that person…or you immediately like that person, etc. What’s actually happening is that your aura is meeting with that person’s aura and if your aura feels that person’s aura helps to complete you, you instantly like them or feel you can trust them. If both auras feel that the other aura completes them, you have “love at first sight”.
Think about it for a minute: We live in a dimension where nothing exists if our five senses cannot recognize it. Someone’s physical appearance may be very attractive to you, but there is nothing in a physical or sexual attraction that can make you feel “close to” or that you “know” a strange person. Your five senses have nothing to do with the feelings you feel inside of you. Logically, love must be something non-physical that our five senses cannot perceive. And the non-physical part of us is our “aura”.
This is why, when your body dies, your aura will sift through millions of other auras and find the auras that completed you the most during your lifetime: the aura of your mate…your parents….your children, etc. Even if a part of that aura has moved on to a new physical body, there will always be a part that will be waiting to help complete your aura again.
“Love” is pure magic! There is absolutely no physical or visceral explanation for it. Yet it is not only the key to a happy lifetime, it is the key to happy eternity.
As I said, nobody asked me.