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Soul In Threads Shape - Brought Back From Light - Red Bruise

 

It was a restless night and a restless sleep.

In one moment I started to wake up, I started to become more aware of what was happening around me, while my body was still in a sleeping state.

I was lying on my back on my bed. Above me, where usually the ceiling is, there was a blue-bit purple sky/universe with a hole in it. That hole was actually a passage or some kind of a gateway, it was filled with light. There was something beautiful behind it. Obviously my soul went through that passage because now, as I started to wake up, something was bringing my soul back from there to my body. That something were like fingers/hands, but I couldn't see them well because they were working fast on bringing the soul back, pulling it back a piece by piece. Also, I was focused on the soul and the light above. How did the soul look like? It was made of several golden-yellow threads, which were big, thick and long in a waving shape. They were so long that you could climb upon them all the way to that gateway.

When I woke up in the morning, I noticed a little red mark on the left side of my chest, which wasn't there before. It was new. It hurt just a bit if touched. I was feeling like I've been through a storm.

Anyway, since I read all kinds of stuff, after some time I've come across an article. There was a picture attached to it that really intrigued me. That picture was the closest to describe what I saw. I will attach the link picture, but since it's not mine, I'm not sure if that's permitted.

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