If you have the feeling of not quite being tethered to this reality, you're not alone.
Wednesday's New Moon was within three degrees of the Galactic Center, the "sun of our sun" energetically. And, the Sun will conjoin the GC tomorrow (Saturday), so we're in a several-day timespan of connecting with some pretty high-vibrational energies.
Dreams and emotions have been fairly intense under this cosmic shower, as the higher frequences vibrate areas where we've been holding onto issues, trying to jiggle them loose. And if we can let them go, observing but not attaching to how we're feeling, we can go a long way under this influence toward greater alignment with our true Divine Nature.
There were some other interesting phenomena that occurred on Wednesday. A sunspot on our Sun erupted, sending medium-level solar flares in our direction (C-class). These are not supposed to be strong enough to be able to interrupt radio and electrical transmissions on Earth, but I am sure we will be feeling them energetically. The SpaceWeather.com website says the "billion-ton cloud" should reach Earth's energy field on December 18 or 19 (Friday or Saturday).
Also last Wednesday, an interesting combination of events occurred in Nebraska, leaving scientists scratching their heads. Here's the information quoted from SpaceWeather.com:
Earthquakes don't rock Nebraska very often. In fact, seismically speaking, it is one of the quietest places in North America. Nevertheless, on Dec. 16th at 8:54 pm CST, USGS seismographs detected a magnitude 3.5 temblor centered near Auburn, Nebraska:
And then the really curious thing happened.
Minutes after the quake, around 9 pm CST, lightning-like flashes lit up the skies around the area of the quake. Telephones in police departments and TV stations rang with reports of bright lights, loud rumbles and shaking ground. Sky watchers, not only in southeastern Nebraska, but also in neighboring Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas, saw a "bright fireball" with "green streamers" moving from northwest to southeast.
Could these events be connected? Nebraska State Trooper Jerry Chab, an experienced amateur astronomer who witnessed the lights and was one of the first to report them, says no. "I think we have the most cosmic of coincidences: A bright [meteoritic] fireball around the same time as an earthquake." Indeed, eyewitness descriptions of the fireball are consistent with a meteoroid disintegrating in the atmosphere. On the other hand, several readers have pointed out scientific studies that associate lightning-like phenomena (including ball lightning) with earthquakes. The fireball, they suggest, might have been a rare manifestation of "earthquake lightning."
So interesting to have so many of these events occurring -- like the spiral light show over Norway last week -- that baffle the scientists and leave the metascientists pondering their greater significance.
It certainly supports our knowing that something cosmic is unfolding at this time...