How the Sun’s Energy Affects Us

I post about this sort of thing frequently, but I thought it might be nice to have it all in one place.

We all have an electromagnetic field. Heck, all matter is made up of energy, so to assume that we’re not affected by changes in the energy that bombards the earth is a bit myopic. The sun, aka Sol, sends us radiation all the time, which is our sunlight. The amount of harmful radiation is quite filtered by the time it reaches us, due to the atmosphere. It’s much stronger up in a plane than on the surface of the Earth, and even more so up at the International Space Station. When that energy changes, it does affect us. If the change is drastic or sudden enough, it does so far as to throw off our electronics and transmissions (satellites, tv, radio, internet, cell phones).

We are much more finely tuned than our inventions, although we spend a lot of time trying to ignore that fact. So, when Sol throws us a curve ball, it throws us off balance, so to speak. Depending on what the energy is, we get jangly or sad; either way, it’s hard to get through the day. People with electromagnetic dissonance already (heartbeat irregularity, seizure disorder, autoimmune issues) may also experience more than the usual health issues. Things that help are drinking more water, deep breathing and meditation, and working to align ourselves more firmly with the sun’s energy, so we’re in harmony with it, rather than at odds with it. Cutting ourselves and others some slack, doing our best to be in compassion rather than frustration and judgment, also helps quite a bit.

To align more firmly with Sol’s energy, plant your feet firmly on the ground, and feel the connection. Reach up to the sky, as in the yoga pose Sun Salutation. Imagine yourself grabbing or connecting with the energy of Sol, and draw it down to you, through the top of your head, and down into your heart. Let it rest there for a moment, creating a harmony or alignment, and then send it down through your feet into the planet. Reach up again, this time imagining that you are grabbing the energy of the heart of the Milky Way, our galaxy. Draw that down, through your head, and into your heart, allowing it to rest there and shift your vibration, and then send it down through your feet and into the earth. Do this one more time, this time imaging that you are connecting with the heart or center of the Universe. Draw that down, through the top of your head, and into your heart, letting it rest there, connecting with you, shifting your energy, before sending it down through your feet and into the planet.

SpaceWeather, today, issued these warnings:

Today, Nov. 18th, NOAA forecasters estimate a 25% chance of X-class solar flares. The likely source would be old sunspot AR2192, now making its second trip across the face of the sun. AR2192 has an unstable ‘beta-gamma-delta’ magnetic field that harbors energy for strong explosions.


More auroras are in the offing, especially on Nov. 20th when a minor CME might sideswipe Earth’s magnetic field. The storm cloud was propelled away from the sun on Nov. 15th by an M3-class explosion from old sunspot AR2192. A glancing blow combined with already-elevated solar wind speeds could ignite a polar geomagnetic storm when the CME arrives.

Additionally, as I mentioned in the Epidemic of Sadness post, we have been buffeted by some strong solar winds. The featured image for this post is a panoramic photo of the display, wrapped it around the viewpoint of the observer to create a “planet aurora”. While pretty, it does make us unsettled.

So, be prepared. Make sure you’re doing your foundational spiritual practices, whatever those might be. Drink a lot of water, perhaps with a splash of fruit juice added, and eat healthy foods without additives. Try the sun salutation alignment exercise and see if that helps.

You are the light of the world!


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