Hey, Ian Poulter – Who you Gonna Call?
Last week Ian Poulter tweeted: “Check this out, we have a ghost in our house this week & I’m not joking we have had some very strange goings on every night. We have a dead bolted door in the house & every morning that door is unlocked & slightly open. It’s happened 7 times already. No joke for real, very bizarre the door is pretty solid with a dead bolt & number of times it’s been unlocked & open. Calling home owner now”.
Quite a few mainstream writers made light of this story. Some even cast derision on Poulter tweet by characterizing it as “absurd”. But given that more than 50% of American’s believe in ghosts or have felt one, Poulter’s experience is neither unique, nor absurd. And given the popularity of television shows that document the reality of ghosts, haunted houses, and worse — including Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures, The Haunted, Celebrity Ghost Stories, The Scariest Places on Earth — perhaps its the stunted, myopic, one-dimensional worldview that dismisses ghosts and haunted houses that is “absurd”.
But what can you actually do if you find yourself in a situation like Ian’s? What is your recourse if you happen to rent or own a house that’s haunted? What do you do if your golf course, hotel or resort is spooked? Who you gonna call to actually bust a pesky ghost? The first person I would call is Mr. Sheldon Norberg, a skilled ghost-buster, space-clearer, and author of “Healing Houses: My Work as a Psychic House Cleaner”. This beautifully written account of his extraordinary adventures and experiences while busting ghosts and clearing spaces for lucky homeowners in California is one to buy.
Sheldon views the phenomena of hauntings in purely energetic terms. He says, “Energy follows thought. Simple as that. We transmit and receive energy signals constantly. Our thoughts transmit energy, our emotions transmit energy, and our actions transmit energy. What I find in the homes I work in is that people’s long-term energetic transmission sticks in the walls, in the wood, in the furniture, and in the energy body of the house itself. This deeply rooted vibrational energy remains, and affects the people who live there afterward.”
“In homes where people have faced great loss, long term illness like cancer, intense pain, or anguish leading to their death, or other powerful negative experience, the stains that they leave behind can be quite palpable for those trying to live there afterward. In some of the homes to which I’ve been called it was impossible for the inhabitants that died to move beyond this sphere and on to a higher level. Unaware that they are dead, they remain in their home, expecting things to be the way they were during their life, holding on to the actions that held meaning for them, or desiring to resolve issues with people who are no longer available or even alive. These spirits continue with their daily (or nightly) rounds, and seem to become upset by changes that occur in their living space. Some make their presence known to the living, who to them, are invaders.”
“ A lot of people want to ascribe the energetic problems of houses to “ghosts,” and since the release of Ghostbusters, there has been tremendous interest in “ghost hunting” as well. Since I first sat down to write this book, there have been no less than a half dozen TV shows committed to Ghost Hunting, but hunting is a far cry from healing. What I do find, almost invariably, is that the intense emotions or energy states that the former inhabitants emanated while they were living there, left stains. These stains weren’t covered by paint, or wallpaper, or removed by remodeling, or any other attempts to alter the feel on the physical plane.”
And these energetic stains are what Sheldon heals. His success rate is astounding. And so is his book.
So, to Ian, the owners of the home he rented, and any golf course/hotel/resort owner with a similar problem, look no further than Sheldon Norberg to bust your ghosts and heal/clear your space. For more information on his book, and professional services please visit www.healinghouses.com or call (510) 595-4699.