Today there exists over sixty branches of psychology. Not one of them addresses the psyche of someone that’s suffering the loss of life after the point of death. Yes there is a closely related branch called parapsychology, but that field of research is the study of how the paranormal affects the human psyche. It does not include the study of how a person reacts after death has occurred. This is because up until ten years ago, the ability to pull information from a spirit didn’t exist.
When I first heard the word parapsychology being used, it was to promote a radio show guest that was going to be on an upcoming radio program. I was so excited to hear this interview because I thought the guest would be talking about the paranormal through the eyes of psychology. As I tuned in however, I was greatly disappointed. His research didn’t even address anything psychological about spirits. It only addressed the effects of the paranormal on humans. What a shame.
Since I have been able to finally get into interactions with spirits and pull information about their mind state, a new branch of psychology must be created to accommodate this research.
Coining the phrase Discarnate psychology is the perfect way to describe what this research is all about. It is the study of how human acts and reacts ‘after’ the point of death in the afterlife. By monitoring their behavior pattern, emotional state, and how they affect the physical world are important factors that determine what kind of spirit type we are dealing with in the afterlife.
What I intended to do was dive below the surface and classify spirits through a deeper means. Many spirits have revealed that they exhibit signs of acting human. That means using human psychology on the deceased to create spirit types helps to form an effective strategy on how to interact with them.