I've always been leery of the unknown. It all really started to unfold for me about three years ago. I had made the decision to become "more aware" I wasn't sure what to expect. I have had occasional occurrences in the past which raised my curiosity in perusing the paranormal. For example: sensing a presence, hearing deceased pets meow beside my feet, and having a uncanny knack for finding places I've never visited before (while driving) I would try and justify it by stating that I just was hearing my pet because he had died so suddenly or I can find places because I have a good sense of direction. I would always find some excuse to block it out. And even though I stated I did not know why I couldn't "see" spirits or orbs I knew deep inside unconsciously that I was deathly afraid of seeing just that! A spirit right in front of me.
About a week ago I made the decision "not to fear what I see". Just recently, yesterday actually (3/24/09), I was sitting on the couch watching TV, talking to my husband who was making his way to the kitchen. When suddenly right in front of my line of sight, a large softball sized orb appeared abruptly above the table lamp next to the couch. The only way I can describe what it looked like was that It appeared to be static filled. (like TV static, black and white) it hung there sparkling for a good 3-4 seconds before disappearing just as abruptly as it came. It startled me, but for some reason I was not afraid of it, it just shocked me because I was so relaxed watching TV. Has anyone ever had something similar? I mean if I sensed things in the past, why didn't I sense this occurrence. Is it even paranormal?
I have been to the eye doctors in the past about 2 years ago and they told me my eyesight was fine. I have had a brain MRI to rule out head trauma and aneurysms. I have also had an EEG's done to determine if I am having seizures, and all that came back was that my brain activity is slightly higher than average, the neurologist described which means I am slightly more likely to have a seizure than normal. I have never had a seizure in my life growing up. This all started three years ago When I reported seeing spots (like when you watch an old movie, the quick glimpse of black blips). The neurologist that I was seeing told me If the spots became bothersome that he could prescribe me Kepra. But I denied the offer and just went on my way, the spots weren't that bothersome to be medicated.
Just looking for insight