I love January! I was born in January and each year this month is a highly inspired time for me. So yesterday I went out on a walk with the intention of making a mental gratitude list, but instead I was suddenly on fire with the visionary aspect lighting up my brain and bringing several things together at once. I’m not sure when this will manifest in 3D reality, but here’s the vision that appeared:
I am opening a StarFire Healing Center: An Interfaith Gathering Place for Promoting & Supporting Radiant Spirituality and Vibrant Health. At this center, people of all faiths are welcome to attend a wide variety of classes, prayer groups, healing circles, and spiritual events which are taught, led, and facilitated by different religious leaders, alternative healthcare practitioners, and others in the community. There are classes on natural living, yoga, sound healing, aromatherapy, singing, dancing, sacred scriptures, plant-based cooking, spiritual practices, guided imagery, energy healing, meditation, connecting with nature, healing with crystals, Himalayan salt lamps, Amethyst Crystal Biomats, and much, much more!
At this StarFire Healing Center there will be a small cafe and gift shop, where my new book will be for sale! (To purchase your copy today, please click on the book’s title here: The Tejaswini Ramayana: The Way of Rama in the Shakahara StarFire Universes)
A percentage of the StarFire Healing Center’s profits will be donated to Albion Fellows Bacon Center.
May you also be fired up with inspirations this January!
May All Beings Be Happy!
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Hubble Hotbed of Vigorous Star Formation
This galaxy is currently a hotbed of vigorous star formation. NGC 1569 is a starburst galaxy, meaning that — as the name suggests — it is bursting at the seams with stars, and is currently producing them at a rate far higher than that observed in most other galaxies. For almost 100 million years, NGC 1569 has pumped out stars more than 100 times faster than the Milky Way! As a result, this glittering galaxy is home to super star clusters… Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Aloisi, Ford; Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt