Now Suddenly There ‘Could Be’ 36 Communicating Intelligent Civilizations in Our Galaxy

 

Dear readers,

For decades the official narrative has stated that we cannot find intelligent life on other planets, and now suddenly, in the past week, several news sites, including CBS, CNN, Forbes, and Space, have covered a study by scientists at the University of Nottingham which says that there ‘could be’ not one, but *36* communicating intelligent civilizations in our Milky Way Galaxy.

Say what?!

What is really going on here? Is the media priming the public for something? Are they intentionally planting the idea of potential alien life for what’s coming next? Is the narrative changing? If so, why?

It will be interesting to keep an eye on this in the coming weeks, as certain world leaders may just need to create some big distractions from the virus pandemic, the crashed economy, and the racial protests.

Is this my overactive imagination, or do you sense this possibility also?

You might also like to read my previous posts, “What Is Going On Here?” and “Which Tribe Do You Belong To?

If there are intelligent beings on other planets, I hope they are benevolent, and if we ever meet them, I pray they can activate the Highest Love Vibrations in the human species. We sure could use some help right about now!

May the human tribe awaken to love and compassion. May the Force be with us all.

With curiosity and love-sparks,
StarFire Teja

 

 

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Celebrating Our Sun-Star!

 

Dear readers,

Did you know that it ‘rains’ on our brightest Star, our beloved Sun…

According to this EarthSky article, “Rain takes different forms on the planets and moons of our solar system. But it also “rains” on the sun, as electrified gas drips from giant magnetic loops in the sun’s outer atmosphere.” ~ As demonstrated in this Gif:

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“Coronal rain in a prominence, or solar eruption, as seen by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) in 2012. ~ Gif via Solar Dynamics Observatory/Scientific Visualization Studio/Tom Bridgman (Lead Animator).”

Also, tomorrow a “ring of fire” solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Africa, Pakistan, India, and China. In south and east Europe and north Australia, a partial eclipse will be visible… And everyone else can watch via this live stream.

The ancient Indian hymn to the Light, called the Gayatri Mantra, is beautiful to remember at this time, especially with so much darkness and chaos swirling around our planet. I came across this translation years ago, and unfortunately I don’t know who wrote it, but I think it’s a timely prayer for our human tribe:

O Light that has given birth to all the lokas (spheres of consciousness), who appears through the orbit of the Sun, illumine our intellect.

The Sun shines equally on everyone and everything. May we activate love, compassion, and justice for all, by the example of our radiant Sun-Star!

For those in the Northern Hemisphere, Happy Summer Solstice today!

With so much love for the Sun,
StarFire Teja

 

 

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Resolving Pain and Healing Wounds

 

“… most human destructiveness, individual and collective, is the result of unresolved pain and suffering, “which tracks our minds like a magnet and keeps us from accessing who we really are in spirit.”…The way to “transcend” pain and suffering is to “investigate” it by facing it directly and communicating anger and other negative feelings openly in settings that are supportive of healing.”

~ From one of the experiencers in Passport to the Cosmos: Human Transformation and Alien Encounters, by John E. Mack, M.D.

 

Dear readers,

One century ago, the decade was dubbed the “roaring twenties”… Now here we are in what seems so far to be the “raging twenties”… And I think what needs to be recognized by our global tribe is the incredible wounding of the human spirit that is causing more and more destructiveness… The sicknesses emerging, on every level, and in many directions, need resolution and healing.

Resolving the pains and healing the wounds will require humanity to learn new skillsets, such as active listening, nonviolent communication, and holding space for others.

Mental health and emotional health need to be addressed in all aspects of society, including schools, churches, businesses, and organizations. Everyone needs to up-level their ability to empathize with others. Everyone needs to cultivate compassion. Everyone needs to become emotionally mature.

The raging twenties demands that everyone steps up and does their emotional healing work.

Part of healing our wounds involves reconciling with the past, reconciling with others, and even reconciling with ourselves.

In my post, “2020 Keywords” I listed my intentions for the year as Healing, Restoration, and Rise… Well now I’m adding another “R” which is Reconciliation. I’m gearing up for a project in which I go through all of my many boxes of old journals, datebooks, letters, and photos, with the goal of reconciling with all the ink and images of my past!

How about you? Do you need to reconcile with your past? Do you need to work on your mental and/or emotional health?

May healing energies activate throughout the global human tribe!

May all beings be free of suffering. May all beings be happy.

With compassion for all the suffering,
StarFire Teja

 

 

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How to Fight Injustices Without Being Consumed With Anger?

 

“When you see all the suffering, you have to know how to suffer less — how to nourish yourself with joy and happiness — so you can help other people who suffer more… Protect yourself from being carried away by the collective energy of hate, violence, bitterness, and anger… Create an island of freshness, compassion, and peace within.”

~ Zen Buddhist Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, who helped lead one of the great nonviolent resistance movements of last century in his home country, Vietnam.

 

The above quote is taken from the following very timely video, “How to Fight Injustices Without Being Consumed With Anger?”:

May all beings be free of suffering.
May all beings be happy.

 

 

Photo by Jennifer Sotelo on Unsplash.

 

Good Power Versus Bad Power

 

Self-Love is an internal spiritual power.

Good Power is about peace and harmony. Compassionate people nourish others with loving-kindness. Good Power is a Fire that burns with the fuel of Love and with a yearning for all beings to be happy and safe and blessed and living in freedom.

Bad Power is about domination and control. Abusive people crave and nurture it in their relationships and in their work. Bad Power is a Fire that burns with the fuel of anger and with selfish desires to satisfy immediate pleasures.

Let’s work to help heal the wounds that are at the roots of the Bad Powers.

Let’s activate our Good Powers in all directions! Let’s fuel the Fires of Goodness!

Good Power begins within each heart.

Are you loving yourself totally and fully?

 

 
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