Intense energies that are circulating through, or coming onto, the planet can show us the weak points in our bodies. These energies are therefore a great diagnostic tool.
A “weak point” can be anything: loose wiring, so to speak; blockages in the flow of our energy and blood; physical injuries; areas where emotions have accumulated; muscle tension; etc.
If a weak point suddenly flares up, for no apparent reason, then check the spaceweather charts; see if you can find the cause.
This morning, for example, I woke up with hip pain. I did nothing yesterday to cause any pain. But my hip flares up whenever something significant has happened energetically. So I knew that something “energetic” was indeed happening now.
And it was: Overnight, we’d had geomagnetic storms for 12 straight hours. diagnostic tool
Introspect and Diagnose
So, have you noticed any change in how your body feels from yesterday to today? Could that change be related to the magnetic storms?
If so, then can you diagnose past discomforts that were related to energy?
Can you then use that knowledge to diagnose yourself in the future?
And, use that knowledge to indeed identify the weak points; these points are what may need our attention.
Information empowers us. It also helps us plan, when we know that a storm is coming and how it might make us feel.
The Storms of September 27-28, 2020
These images show the magnetic storms overnight (September 27-28, 2020), with consequent disruptions in some of the other charts. Note, however, that the Schumann chart (all blue with lime green) reflects a “normal” day–no disturbance.
“Are you feelin’ it? Here’s how to track it” contains links to the space weather charts, as well as examples of what to look for when we observe the charts.
“Space Weather: Here are some examples of bad days on Earth” gives a historical look at some very intense space weather.