The sense of wonder gets lost and it's a shame.
To be able to look at your self and be in awe that one can actually have experience is something to not forget. I think we all did it when we were kids. Everything looked awesome and exciting. Then we go to school and get told everything can be explained and put in boxes or will be put in boxes eventually if we think hard enough.
I don't know how much thinking I want to do about if such and such is true or provable. I don't see the point in that too much myself. Either one feels that other realms or some other unprovable thing is true or doesn't. It's subjective stuff and not provable. But it is part of being able to wonder and be open.
It's a shame to shut down so much that everything is hoggwash that someone else might believe something outlandish. Looking for proof of someone else's subjective beliefs is not for me but also I'm not one to say their belief is not true, it's their subjective experience (I hope). I mean, people that just believe something because someone else does, I don't get.