Happy Monday y'all.
I hope your weekend brought fun and excitement. Or peace and relaxation if that's what you needed.
Mine brought both.
I had a "first date" Friday evening.
It was a long one. We met at 9 p.m. When I next darkened my door sill, it was well after 5 a.m.
We have much in common, got along well.
There was dinner, lots of lively conversation and laughter, walking arm in arm, sitting, smooching.
And something amazing happened: I saw his aura. Actually I saw both our auras.
No, that wasn't on the agenda. We weren't discussing anything remotely aura-like when it happened. It just... happened.
Initially I thought I was seeing things. Hallucinating. Experiencing technical difficulties.
But I wasn't.
We talked about it after I realized what was happening.
He embraced the process and subsequent conversation readily but wasn't at all surprised at the occurrence.
While it didn't frighten me, I'm not sure I want to see more of the same. It feels invasive somehow, to see another person's energy without their prior agreement.
I'm sure someone reading this is a non-believer. It doesn't change my thoughts about it. We all believe in something. I believe in lots of things, seen and unseen.
Partly because I know that what is initially invisible to the "naked" eye can become visible with the help of any number of ocular-assisting tools.
Like that time in science class when I put an onion skin under the microscope for the first time and was able to view it on a cellular level.
Without the microscope, it wasn't possible.
I'm not trying to convince anyone. It's just a reminder of the possibilities that exist for the existence of things unseen, whether or not we believe.
And now I'm dismounting from my soapbox because I have a lunch date.
Should be interesting, as are the two of us.