Sometimes Fake Feels More Real Than Real Feels


Dear readers,

This Winter I saw Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker at the theater four times… So then in quarantine this Spring, I decided to read the Sequel Trilogy junior novels by Michael Kogge, and I enjoyed them so much that now I am going to read all nine junior novels!

Getting lost in the Star Wars Universe is perfect mind-gladdening medicine for me while the grief is still so raw about my Dad dying, and while the world is going through such a dark time.

The struggle in the Force, between the light and the dark, feels so real, and ignites hope-sparks in my spirit.

I am especially looking forward to reading the fourth episode, Star Wars: A New Hope, because that was the first movie that came out in 1977 when I was seven years old, and my parents took us to see it at the drive-in theater. It was so awe-inspiring to see Star Wars under the starry sky, but I’m fifty years old now, and I can’t remember the plot at all!

Growing up I saw the original trilogy, but I missed the next trilogy because I was busy with my young sons… So I kinda forgot about Star Wars until 2015 when the Sequel Trilogy began… And I was so amazed by Star Wars: The Force Awakens… I remember saying at the time that if everyone saw that movie we could have a massive spiritual awakening on the planet!

I also really loved Star Wars: The Last Jedi… and then The Rise of Skywalker is my favorite movie ever! I simply cannot understand all the complaining going on about these last two episodes. To me, they are incredibly brilliant and hope-sparking.

Recently I read a cute article about an online conversation that some Star Wars fans had with LucasFilm Story Group Creative Executive, Matt Martin. The fans were upset about Disney changing what was official Star Wars canon. I thought his replies were pretty great, including this one: “It’s all fake anyway so you can choose to accept whatever you want as part of the story.”

Sometimes when I’m reading Star Wars I forget that it’s all fake… Sometimes fake feels more real than real feels!

I want to see the Light win in our *real* reality!

May the Force be with us all. May the Force of All Light help the darkness to return to the Light. May the Forces of Goodness activate loving-kindness in all minds. May the good guys win!

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

With hope in the Force,
Jedi-Wannabe, StarFire Teja


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



Image by lumina_obscura on Pixabay.


Happy Star Wars Day!


“His bravery had stirred spirits across the galaxy, demonstrating that one person could make a difference, even in the darkest of times.”

~ from Star Wars: The Last Jedi Junior Novel by Michael Kogge.


Dear readers,

As our sci-fi-ish virus pandemic reality continues, I am really enjoying reading the junior novels of the Star Wars Saga… There is a saying “reality is stranger than fiction,” and that certainly rings true for me right now! I’m not sure if these are the “darkest” of times, but they are up there with the “strangest” of times, wouldn’t you agree?

Today I am sending huge gratitude blessings out to George Lucas, J.J. Abrams, Rian Johnson, and all the other creators of the Star Wars Saga! May the Force bless them all with incredible Light for all that they have given humanity!

Happy Star Wars Day, Everyone!


May the Fourth Be With You!

With gratitude and inspiration,
StarFire Teja


Background stars image courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech.


Light Poem


This pandemic is revealing
some bright lights of intelligence and compassion,

as well as some dark shadowy aspects.

Rise up, humanity.
Rise up in the Light.

Go toward the Light.
Go toward the Light.
Go toward the Light!


Dear beings of light,

In Star Wars: The Force Awakens Junior Novel by Michael Kogge, the ancient wise woman Maz says to Rey:

“The belonging you seek is not behind you. It is ahead. I am no Jedi, but I know the Force. It moves through and surrounds every living thing. Close your eyes. Feel it. The light. It’s always been there. It will guide you.”

May we all close our eyes and feel the light!

May the Force give you strength and guide you through this strange time…

With gratitude for the Sunshine of our brightest Star,
StarFire Teja


Photo of Sunshine through Pine Tree taken by StarFire Teja.


Confronting Fear


“Confronting fear is the destiny of a Jedi – your destiny. The Force will be with you always.”

~ Luke speaking to Rey in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.


Dear readers,

May you be calm in facing your fears.

May you feel the underlying Peace encoded in your blood and bones.

May you stay safe and healthy.

Sending good cheer and good courage from my quarantine to yours,
StarFire Teja


Photo by AdinaVoicu on Pixabay.