Wednesday, 8 January 2014

CME January 2013, how will it affect me?

We have a massive CME due to hit tomorrow. This stands for Coronal Mass Ejection, these CMEs are basically an ejection of matter and electromagnetic radiation. The CME happening tomorrow is directed towards our earth so we may find it affects us quite a lot. A lot of us may find we feel a little unsettled during this time. There have been studies that have shown how these CMEs can affect us physically and emotionally. The CME this January will bring it a possibility of observing the aurora borealis further south than is usual, so part of the UK may have the privilege of seeing this amazing phenomena.

So be prepared to notice any changes you may be feeling at the moment. We are still in a waxing moon so spiritual energy is on the increase. With this CME in the mix, spiritually we may feel full of energy but perhaps a little restless too. Try and use this restlessness to good effect, go for a long walk or clear out a kitchen cupboard!

A recent study published today in the NewScientist, indicates a direct connection between the Sun's solar storms and human biological effect. The conduit which facilitates the charged particles from the Sun to human disturbance -- is the very same conduit which steers Earth's weather ----- The Magnetic Field. Yes, animals and humans have a magnetic field which surrounds them -- in the very same way the magnetic field surrounds the Earth as a protector.

Here is what the NewScientist article says: "Many animals can sense the Earth's magnetic field, so why not people, asks Oleg Shumilov of the Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems in Russia. Shumilov looked at activity in the Earth's geomagnetic field from 1948 to 1997 and found that it grouped into three seasonal peaks every year: one from March to May, another in July and the last in October. Surprisingly, he also found that the geomagnetism peaks matched up with peaks in the number of mood disorders i.e. depression, anxiety, bi-polar (mood swings) and even suicides in the northern Russian city of Kirovsk over the same period."

The NewScientist study goes on to state: "The most plausible explanation for the association between geomagnetic activity and depression and suicide is that geomagnetic storms can desynchronize circadian rhythms and melatonin production," says Kelly Posner, a psychiatrist at Columbia University in the US. The pineal gland, which regulates circadian rhythm and melatonin production, is sensitive to magnetic fields. "The circadian regulatory system depends upon repeated environmental cues to [synchronize] internal clocks," says Posner. "Magnetic fields may be one of these environmental cues."http://www.earthchangesmedia.com

So be ready and prepared for some possibly rocky days ahead, ride the storm to calmer waters in a few days time!

Sunny blessings, Alison