posted on Jul, 3 2016 @ 08:14 PM
a reply to: Quantum12
A few years ago, I took on a job for supplemental income. It was as a projectionist (real film, not digital) but I often jumped down below to help my
coworkers clean out the theaters if I had time. One of the things I usually did to help them was to hold the door for all of the theater patrons as
they left. There was one month when I had more "exploding head syndrome" experiences than usual so I hadn't been sleeping very well but, when I get
like that, I sometimes can't turn off the effects from my last circle castings and rituals, etc.
Well during this period, there was one night where I jumped down to hold the door open. This was during the week of Christmas and most people are
miserable and evil to customer service for some reason during this time. As people walked by, muttering or yelling at their kids, some of them
throwing garbage directly on the floor, just generally being really nasty people... I had an experience I will never forget. As they were walking by,
I heard a soft, wet "pop" go off in my head and soon after I started noticing a luminescence light between the eyes of everybody that walked by. It
was a gorgeous blue and, by the time the last person left, the lights had grown bright enough to make it difficult to see the faces of people around
me. This lasted for about 15 minutes and during this time, my heart grew for each and every single one of those cranky, horrible people.
I just felt like a fish among a school of others, loving them all the more for realizing how alike they really are to me. I truly loved these
strangers in the way I had always striven to love all people (but never really could).
I have never told anybody other than my spouse about that experience but the image you used and the beautiful poem made me think of it. Thank you.