Why Some In A Group Can See A UFO And Others Can’t
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UFO sightings among multiple people in the same location at the same time are common. Yet some are able to see a craft in the sky, while others standing right next to them see nothing.
Seeing a UFO, however you define that term, is a life-changing experience. Whether or not the actual presence can later be explained in physical terms or not, this occurrence will trigger a line of questioning in the observer that is unique and far-reaching with respect to defining one’s own personal reality.
Your Inner Self is posing the question, “What do you believe?”
And your human self will have the opportunity to draw upon “past” memories, situations and belief systems to come up with an explanation for the occurrence.
If such sightings occur in order to unlock a line of thinking inside an individual, why would some people NOT see a craft in the sky, if standing in the same area, looking at the same piece of sky?
There are two answers to this.
The esoteric answer:
People have very solid beliefs about what CAN, and CAN’T exist, according to their current system of reality. If there exists the belief that everything has a physical explanation, then this individual will be challenged with reviewing their system of reality regarding “truth.” Since others see the occurrence, he must then wonder if there is something amiss with himself. These rumblings occur under the surface for the most part, mind you. They open up a little crack, which, upon further internal reflection, will turn into a river of questioning at a later time.
That’s why those who focus on expanding their consciousness are better able to see a UFO; they have suspended limiting beliefs about what can and cannot occur.
The answer based on the physics of consciousness:
The level of perception of the observer will determine what appears as physical. As an individual expands his consciousness through active contemplation of current beliefs, he raises his frequency; and objects that were once above his range of vision are now within it.
As the individual’s level of perception increases, he attracts more high frequency people, situations, and objects to match it. Lower-vibration solid forms greater than two dimensions beneath the individual’s current level of focus will then drop off of the visible spectrum, and he will no longer see them.
In either case, whether an individual can or cannot see a craft in the sky, they act as a trigger for contemplation.
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