Solar Flares Effects on Us

Solar Flares Effects On Us

Solar flares affect the Central Nervous System (stomach lining), all brain activity (including equilibrium), along with human behaviour and all psycho-physiological (mental-emotional-physical) response.  Solar flares can cause us to be nervous, anxiousness, worrisome, jittery, dizzy, shaky, irritable, lethargic, exhausted, have short term memory problems and heart palpitations, nauseous, queasy, and to have prolonged head pressure and headaches.

This year I have become very aware of the phenomena of solar flares.  I was experiencing sudden symptoms and intense waves of energy or the lack of that were inexplicable otherwise, since I am healthy.  I started to read more anecdotes on certain spiritual sites that all spoke about the solar flares and their symptoms on those days as well.  For many of us it will hit as a giant headache. For others it will play out as vision disturbances, and for others it will be  aware of utter exhaustion, or palpitations and extreme moods. At first I thought, how can we all be so affected by this - but our sun really is THAT powerful and so are the magnetic waves that are activated. Some cases in history have seen this space weather disable satellite signals and here in Quebec it even disabled our Hydro Quebec functioning in 1989.  

Here is a video that shows what happens

"New footage put together by an international team led by University of Cambridge researchers shows how entangled magnetic field lines looping from the Sun’s surface slip around each other and lead to an eruption 35 times the size of Earth and an explosive release of magnetic energy into space.  The discoveries of a gigantic energy buildup bring scientists a step closer to predicting when and where large flares will occur, which is crucial in protecting Earth from potentially devastating space weather."

I wanted to write about it so you too can keep track of the solar flares and will take care of yourself. We all tend to think, " Its' just me,"  when we feel bad. It must be because work is getting me down, or because it's winter, or because we're not in the best shape etc. Well, sometimes - probably more often than we care to admit - it is a collective experience of universal energy we are responding to. Don' t blame yourself automatically.