The perception of most people is that evil is an incarnation. A
belief in evil might
be caused by our own experiences and indoctrination. The evil we are afraid of
may be a delusion. Many people may misinterpret a mystery as being
threatening or scary.
Actually, mystery may provide a way to expand your knowledge and
open a door to a better spiritual reality, but not if you approach it with fear.
If you are afraid of ghosts, paranormal experience, precognition and
other things that are beyond your normal ability, you may shut
yourself off from the part of your brain which is capable of
expanding to include opportunities that you may find useful.
It would be well to approach your fears and go to locations or places
in your memories that you find intimidating. Go there in meditation or
in person with a heart open and filled with light and love. You could
feel gentle and tactile realities that are not evident unless you accept
the premise that there is nothing to fear.
As Franklin Roosevelt said “There is nothing to fear, but fear itself”.
Perhaps we all need to really try to do this and articulate it for each other.