I'll begin by informing that I'm currently undergoing the "Brain Rewiring" process, so as to help better interpret this story.
I began to see sparks shortly after a sports injury, in which I hyper-extended my knee joint, and was in a state of shock for several hours. Not a severe, can't-comprehend-what's-going-on state, but one in which the pain was dulled. I was sitting out on the field, looking up at the sky, and noticed a strange movement in the air. The sky seemed to be filled with moving "sparks", darting around everywhere. The movement was similar to electricity, so I assumed it to be sparks of energy.
Later on in that month, I searched various websites for an explanation, and stumbled upon and exercise to see the energy in the room. Curious, I decided to try it out that night. I was successful in doing so. I could in fact see the energy that the author of the article had described, shifting in the walls. But this energy was different - it reminded me more of mud, a haze that seemed much more solid than the sparks I saw in the sky.
Several months later, I was on a school trip to an amusement park, and our group was taking a break after having lunch. I noticed movement on the sidewalk this time, and shifted my attention to it. The sidewalk was rippling with energy. The energy was similar in consistency to the type that I had seen in the walls earlier, but it was more lively, and rippled like waves on a lake. I supposed that the liveliness came from the overall excited atmosphere in the amusement park.
Later, when my "Brain Rewiring" process was starting, I began to see multicolored sparks, not just the white ones in the sky or the clear haze in the walls. These sparks came from almost anywhere, and in an assortment of colors - blue, purple, red, orange, gold, green, etc. They appeared randomly and apparently out of thin air, though most of the time they popped up near objects of some sort. (I've even seen several come out of the computer screen!)
I've recently noticed that they come out of books, too! I would be reading a novel, or a really interesting book, and all of the sudden a spark or two would just pop out of the text, and disappear as quickly as it came. These sparks are usually white, and only appear when I'm really into what I'm reading or excited about the book. Books and texts that are boring to me don't give off sparks.
I'd like to know if anyone else has had similar experiences with sparks, and if they are discharges of energy, or created by some spiritual being. I would like to know about why they come from books, too. Thank you for reading my story.