I was on the San Francisco/Daly City train, we already left the Bayfair station and was on our way to the next stop. It was at the San Leandro BART station when I noticed our train started to slow down, or what seemed to be an attempt to stop. When the train stopped at the San Leandro station, the engine was turned off but the train conductor sounding frantic told us to remain seated while we were stopped for a medical emergency. About a minute later, all passengers were instructed to off-board the train, exit the station and we were then informed that the San Leandro station is closed at this time during this medical emergency. At first, I was a little annoyed then little by little I gained composure and compassion by refraining from judgment regarding the current situation. So I stayed at the station for what seemed like an hour.
Finally, after I had calmed down and stopped judging the situation, I became my friendly self again and started to make friends. I met Sonia today who was also on her way to work. We got to talking and kept each other informed since it seemed no one at the station could tell us anything except that the station is to remain closed. So I stepped away to buy a hotdog to take for lunch. When I came back, there were 2 young women standing and talking to Sonia. These two women, God Bless their souls but I didn't get their names, witnessed the tragedy on the tracks. From their account, apparently the young girl was either reaching down, lost her balance and the train conductor saw from afar and couldn't stop in time. She was killed by the train I was riding on. One of the women asked if I felt anything while I was on the train to which I replied "No, I didn't feel anything." The women both agreed it was the worst thing they've ever heard or seen in their lives, so much so that they couldn't believe it happening right before their eyes.
Meanwhile, as they recount the incident, I'm putting up my protective blocks all around me and especially on my 3rd eye because I didn't want to see and/or feel exactly what happened to the young girl. By this time, I had put enough blocks all around me where it didn't drain my energy but I did get a headache which was later cured by aspirin. So Sonia and I realized that they weren't opening the San Leandro station anytime soon. We parted ways with the eyewitnesses and I suggested we catch a cab to the next station because by this time, we were scatter-brained and the instructions weren't making any sense to us.
We caught a cab to the Coliseum station. We got to talking about things happening for a reason, life and death. I then opened up to her about my sensitivity to energy because I am healer, she said she'd been looking for a healer like me and she asked for my card. She then opened up to me about having Thyroid cancer but that she refused to allow cancer to take over her life. She chooses to live the way she deserves to live it, HAPPY. When we got to the Coliseum station, Sonia realized that there were no trains running through that station either. We then proceeded to the Fruitvale Station, after a good half an hour, we parted ways.
I knew I was meant to be there, to meet these individuals. I've said this before and I still believe that there are no coincidences; that everything happens for a reason. I hope I was able to help the two eye witnesses alleviate some of their emotional distress and I am happy to have met Sonia and the two women in the midst of this tragedy. I believe this day was a wrong day to begin with but turned out right after all.
Till next time, I bid you all Love, Light and Compassion.