hello! on my drive home a black bird appeared out of nowhere and then disappeared almost like it folded into nothing. no, no drugs here. and you could say i'm definitely seeing things. the first time i saw something unique like this i was sitting up in bed and a white feather appeared then disappeared. the feather was most definitely a feather. this bird however, might not have been a bird... now that i'm recalling, there were sightings years before- not as distinct but similar to each other. i remember seeing black orbs appear in the sky and move extremely fast before disappearing. the only other instance i can recall was when i was driving on the highway where a tiny silver or glimmering object was made manifest, lingered in suspended animation and then headed towards me. i was feeling deranged but it too disappeared and nothing happened. i wonder if these sightings are connected to the astral realm? or what else might this be? i've had some OBE's that i've chronicled here but these are all moments experienced from my bed. still, i believe there to be a connection. i've seen aura's once in a while but not like rainbow structures that are made example online. instead they appear as translucent splotches of color or irregularly shaped orbs. perhaps my vision is faint. another recurring theme is blue sparks. i'm not sure what prompts these, or how to determine what's what. sometimes it feels like i see something moving out of no where, a feeling like something is trying to get my attention and it makes me feel like i'm not alone. i think there may be a guiding force responsible for some of these visions but i'm not sure if there's anything more i need to do, they are almost always random or... they are more frequent when i am practicing some form of discipline. i'm curious what others think who experience similar. are they random for you? how do you respond in kind to this intelligence? i know astral scents are a thing... i've smelt flowers before and once felt the presence of a woman whose hair had brushed across my face. it's surreal.