The Reality of Entities and Spirits

The first time I attended a Universal Medicine workshop by Serge Benhayon, presentations included a discussion on entities (spirits). The way Serge spoke about them was completely on par with my experiences.

Up until this point I realised I had never been part of a public group discussion on this topic: I realised there was something in me that felt it was simply socially not acceptable to talk about spirits and that people may think I was crazy if I did. Even with all the experiences I had as a child, some of these I shared with others and some I didn’t. My relationship with spirits/entities was something I had kept mostly to myself.

So as Serge presented, I reflected on all my experiences of entities to date:

  • In primary school one of my best friends was of Islander descent. Whenever a family relative died they would all sleep with their windows open, as an invitation for the deceased spirit to enter their room to say goodbye.
  • My best friend passed away when I was 8 from an asthma attack, another friend witnessed the whole thing. She told me once that she saw his spirit (what she called a green light) leave his body at the time, and at this point she knew he was dead. After my friend’s death there were times when I could feel him. The world also felt the same; I knew I would never see him again as the gorgeous friend he was and this I was sad about, but it didn’t feel as though he had ‘left’ the world.
  • As a young girl I used to see entities playing with my parents – stepping in and out of their bodies – when they got drunk.
  • Mum took us to a New Age festival once where we had our aura photographs taken. A spirit appeared in my sister’s photo, as explained to us at the time.
  • As a teenager, many of my friends had experiences with ghosts, which we would often share with each other during sleepovers.
  • I learned from local aboriginals that all the land in Australia is deemed either female or male. There were three strong female landmarks in the area I grew up in, and because of this some local aboriginal males wouldn’t walk around of a night time without being accompanied by a female: this was a gesture of respect to the spirit world.
  • My ex-boyfriend was of Maori descent; in his family and culture it was common to recognise and talk about the spirit world.
  • I lived in an abusive relationship once and saw how other energies would play with my partner whilst he was intoxicated. It would get to a point where he was simply not himself. One time he beat me up in this state, the whole time calling me someone else’s name. Sometimes I would feel energies in the room and watch him conversing with them. The fact that the next day he could never remember, always confirmed to me that what I had felt was true. On a deeper level he did know what was going on (the behaviour he allowed) when he drank. I would explain to him what had happened; he would say “my demons are in the bottle.”

Looking around the room at the Universal Medicine workshop, not one person was flinching; all were very naturally open to the discussion. In this moment I realised we all have had a relationship with what we feel, yet cannot tangibly see. So why would we even consider it a taboo topic to discuss?

The more we can naturally discuss something the more we are able to understand, and recognise it as another part of life for us to deal with.

It is damaging to discount what we innately feel, just because we cannot see it. We cannot see our feelings, yet they form an essential part of who we are, our ability to understand and process life in full.

In Western culture we remain in the minority when it comes to cultures around the world that openly acknowledge this unseen aspect of life involving spirits and entities. The more we allow ourselves to have conversations about this topic the more we can learn about each others’ experiences. Universal Medicine is leading the way in practically and sensibly supporting people to more deeply acknowledge and understand what they feel, even when it remains unseen or so called ‘taboo’.


Further Reading:
Entities, Spirits and Ghosts: Serge Benhayon offers a Core Religious Understanding
Not that ‘Unusual’
Clairsentience | Unimedpedia
Seeing is Believing… or is it?
Spirits, Entities, Possession & the Wisdom of Serge Benhayon

533 thoughts on “The Reality of Entities and Spirits

  1. I agree AMH, the more we can discuss life and situations the more we understand and expand our connection with our innate wisdom.

  2. As a young child I always had a feeling of certain presences being in my room when I slept, it used to terrify me but it was not something I ever spoke about with anyone. I don’t know why, but it was like it was just a given that this was something you went through alone and I would often dismiss what I was feeling and try to get over it but it was definitely something that I felt around me.

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