Sun Aligns to the Galactic Center
PLUG INTO THE CENTRAL SUN
Have you ever contemplated the galactic center? Take a moment with me now….
Here’s an imagine of our galaxy, the Milky Way. See that bright core of light at the center?
That is the Galactic Center or Galactic Core (GC).
The Galactic Center is a source of light. Light is Knowledge. It is universal, the source of all life and creation. It is the sustaining and animating energy of the universe.
When I deepened my professional focus working with the light codes and the human energy and planetary energy fields, I began to contemplate much more deeply the concept, “Where does life-force come from?” and “What is the source of the energy of The CODE OF LIFE?”
Quickly I reconnected with direct communication and wisdom from the SUN. I was shown this “distribution system” of energy and source codes coming from the center of the universe, being rebroadcast at the center of each galaxy and then that signal distributing itself along the cosmic streams of stars so that each star, each sun, was rebroadcasting the signal of LIFE along the space and time field of the universe.
Just as our planet orbits around the sun, our solar system orbits around the center of the galaxy. Our Sun has a Sun. Many folks call this the Central Sun or the Great Central Sun, The Spiritual Sun. Our sun gets its light and energy from the core of the galaxy. The light that streams from this core, flows out of the spiral arms of the galaxy, and is rebroadcast through every star that lives in that arm of the galaxy, including our sun.
The sun was birthed from a nebula near the center of the galaxy, as were the other stars. Due to the spiral nature of the galactic vortex, the stars spiraled away from the center along certain pathways, that we call the spiral arms of the milky way, galactic stream of light and energy. Astronomers have named these arms. Our solar system, as best as we can tell, is in the Orion Spiral. These source codes distribute from the Galactic Center down our particular arm of the galaxy, and to our sun and solar system.
On earth, we pay attention to solstice and equinox times to mark the progression of our orbit. We see directly that where we are in relation to the sun governs our seasons and weather and these cycles are the driving force for our daily lives here on earth. The solar system, in it’s orbital pathway around the center of the galaxy, also undergoes similar “seasons” or cycles. The way our solar system is tilted in relation to the galactic equator sets us up for an annual alignment and “boost” of light and source codes from the galactic center. There are sections of the galaxy that are rich with cosmic streams and energy flows. We are in one of those bands right now.
The Sun moves into alignment with the part of the sky that is home to the Center of the Galaxy December 16-18, which is like our Sun getting a chance to power up by plugging into it’s source sun, the Central Sun. The Full Moon happens December 18. The Solstice occurs on December 21, and for us in the Northern Hemisphere we turn the cycle of the year into gaining light. On December 22 the Sun also moves deeper into the band of the milky way, and conjuncts the Lagoon Nebula. Another source stream boost! The Lagoon Nebula is one of the most active star producers our human eye can see (without high powered equipment).
Active Alignment Days:
Sun Aligns with Galactic Center December 16 - 18
Full Moon December 18
Solstice December 21
Sun Conjuncts Lagoon Nebula December 22 in Sagittarius
The Center of the Milky Way sits in the sky at 27 degrees of Sagittarius. There is a radio source transmitter there, Sag A* (Sagittarius A star). It is obscured from view by the clouds of gas and particles. Some things we can see in the sky neighborhood are the star S3, and the Butterfly Nebula. Also nearby in Sag are the Triffid and Lagoon Nebulas.
Sagittarius is one of the zodiac constellations that live along the celestial equator. If you are interested in exploring what a conjunction means you can read more from me here: https://www.innerspacehealing.org/blog/the-sun-the-ecliptic-path
So, what does any of this mean for you, as an aware sensitive being residing here on planet earth? Why is any of this important? How can you harness or work with this knowledge?
This Code of Life appears in the human body, in the musical scale, in the colors of the rainbow spectrum. These source codes animate the universe. Source codes spiral into existence. They form shapes and flows. The same way your human energy body distributes prana through the central channel to the nadis, via the spiral vortexes of the chakras to each cell. Prana is the force and flow of life. The flow of prana though your nadis (channels, streams) governs the health and vitality of your body and mind.
This core galactic center is an emanation of the core/center/creation point of the universe. It is an energy well we can each connect to both as a “refueling station” for the life-force energy in the body and as a source of light and information, inspiration. And then use these codes, this info to spark our own inner creator self.
In this alignment corridor of December, we get an amplification and multiplication of the message, the signal strength increases and we get to hear more clearly the light encoded messages of connection, light and life – the song of the universe. So in this alignment we get a “double dose” of light and energy – from both the sun and the galactic core.
These alignments offer unique opportunities to receive certain light codes and bundles of photons and information. We tune our sensitivity to be able to receive these codes and hear the messages coming our way from the stars. We have been at this task of fine tuning awareness and training for years and many of us for lifetimes.
Take some time to sit quietly with yourself and listen. Make a connection to your personal embodied core (your soul center, your solar plexus). Make a connection to the crystalline core of the earth. Make a connection to the sun. Create a column of light connecting these cores and sit or stand within it. Then connect to the core of the Milky Way, the Galactic Center. Picture it in your mind, check out images of space and other galaxies. I plan to gift myself with some time in quiet, in receptive mode. Under the night time sky. Watching the stars. Under the daytime sky, watching the clouds. At sunset and sunrise, watching the colors and listening to the messages.
Let’s do it, and then compare notes later.
Love and Light,
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