Sun Flares Touch Our Psyche

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The recent sun flare activities – predicted to be at their highest level until next year – not only result in beautiful colored northern lights but have decidedly a strong effect on the electromagnetic field of people and animals.

Surrounding the physical body is a protective electro-magnetic field, composed of radiations formed by all the bodies of man. The aura appears as a fountain of energy and when radiating competently has a definite and regular shape. Auras are absorbers, soaking up vibrations from everything around – the sun, moon, animals, plants, stones and people. They develop as the consciousness develops.“

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It is obvious if the aura absorbs electromagnetic radiation that this will have an effect on every living being. The obvious choice for dealing with the impact would be meditation – being a witness to the currents charging through the body, and their effects. In a recent article by Jacqueline Marshall in Washington Times Online, we hear that scientists have noticed correlations between solar flares and moods among people:

“Solar eruptions throw 10 billion kilograms, or 22 billion pounds, of solar plasma into space. If that number is hard to grasp, just think of it as ginormous. One to three flares are a daily occurrence on the sun but the waves of charged particles do not always visit our planet…. Particles from CMEs get “caught” in the Earth’s web of magnetic field lines and collide with gas atoms in the atmosphere. The result is the colorful chimera we call an Aurora, or northern lights.

“As far as we know the psychological effects of CMEs (coronal mass ejections) are typically short lived and include headache, palpitations, mood swings, and feeling generally unwell. Chaotic or confused thinking, and erratic behaviors also increase.

“From 1948 to 1997, the Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems in Russia found that geomagnetic activity showed three seasonal peaks each of those years (March to May, in July, and in October). Every peak matched an increased incidence of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and suicide in the city Kirovsk. One explanation for the correlation is that solar storms desynchronize our circadian rhythm (biological clock). The pineal gland in our brain is affected by the electromagnetic activity.”

It has been suggested that through such high bombardment, we might end up glowing in the dark.

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