Cold Showers, Cold Drinks…What’s Up In Space?

Image Source: http://cathleentarawhiti.deviantart.com/ © Photography by Cathleen Tarawhiti 2007 - 2012

Image Source: http://cathleentarawhiti.deviantart.com/ © Photography by Cathleen Tarawhiti 2007 – 2012

I was wiped out the rest of the day yesterday. I started feeling sleepy around three o’clock in the afternoon.

I laid on the hammock, and after about an hour decided to continue my nap/rest/sleep on my bed. And I stayed there until this morning! I even had my dinner in bed! 🙂

I’d normally end my day with a quick, hot shower — no matter how hot (or cold) the weather is. Hot showers relax me and prepare me for a restful sleep.

Two weeks ago, I talked about changes in my food preferences. It is one way that I had been coping with the recent energy shifts and downloads, the solar flares and ascension symptoms.

Well, oddly enough, just like what I wrote in that post, my body asked again for something I hadn’t been accustomed to. In fact, I had dreaded it all my life as it is something that would make me ‘sick’ — taking a shower and swimming in cold water and quenching my thirst with a cold drink!

Strange as it was to me, I gave in nonetheless. I didn’t let fear stop me.

I took a cold shower after my dinner. Cold. On a chilly, windy, stormy evening! There was simply too much heat inside my body that I needed to cool off and feel refreshed.

My body didn’t feel warm like I had the flu — ascension or whatever else. It just felt like it was the summer months. (It’s still rainy season here in the Philippines. It’s at the tail end, though, and we have been getting a pretty good amount of sunshine.)

I did have a restful sleep, thankfully. 🙂

Starting the Day Cold

I usually start my day with a mug of hot tea — lemon water or apple/coconut cider vinegar or ginger and turmeric — with honey. And I take it reeeeally slow and easy in the morning.

As soon as I woke up, though, I felt so thirsty and wanted a cold drink and a cold shower — immediately!

You know what I did?

Exactly that.

I gave my body what it was asking for! I took a quick, refreshing, cold shower and a couple of glasses of chilled coconut juice, yum! 🙂

Then, at ten o’clock, I headed to the beach and took my regular morning swim despite the strong waves — and cool water. As I said, I get easily cold.

It is one of those times, though, that I wished I was near the mountains, and I can take a dip in the waterfalls or cold spring.

Well, I imagined precisely just that — that I was bathing in the cool waters of a mountain spring. Oh, I thoroughly enjoyed myself and didn’t get any chills at all, yay! 😀

What’s Up In Space

A quick check on what’s going on with Father Sun explained what I have been experiencing.

We had 15 solar flares yesterday! C-class only but for the ultra-sensitives, — such as moi — a solar flare is a solar flare. A C-class is enough to affect our well-being. 😮

We’ve also had some geomagnetic storms and disturbances early this week.

The website http://spaceweather.com/, a site of news and information about the Sun-Earth environment, reported early this week that,

“A gigantic hole in the sun’s atmosphere has opened up and a broad stream of solar wind is flowing out of it. This is called a ‘coronal hole.’ Coronal holes are places in the sun’s atmosphere where the magnetic field unfurls and allows solar wind to escape.”

“The sun's magnetic field is traced by white curving lines. Outside the coronal hole, those magnetic fields curve back on themselves, trapping solar wind inside their loops. Inside the coronal hole, no such trapping occurs. Solar wind plasma is free to fly away as indicated by the white arrows.” (Image and Text Source: http://spaceweather.com/)

“The sun’s magnetic field is traced by white curving lines. Outside the coronal hole, those magnetic fields curve back on themselves, trapping solar wind inside their loops. Inside the coronal hole, no such trapping occurs. Solar wind plasma is free to fly away as indicated by the white arrows.”
(Image and Text Source: http://spaceweather.com/)

Northern Lights

The ‘good’ news, though, is because “Earth is passing through a stream of solar wind flowing from a gigantic coronal hole on the sun, the passage is sparking Northern Lights around the Arctic Circle.”

Look at this photograph of a beautiful aurora taken last night from the countryside outside Fairbanks, Alaska:

Image Source: http://spaceweather.com/ Picture sent by Marketa Murray

Image Source: Image Source: http://spaceweather.com/ Picture sent by Marketa Murray

To see other beautiful auroras, click here.

With all that solar and space activity, my system certainly is getting activated, adjusted — and heated up! Surely, my body must be processing and assimilating intense energies and downloads — day and night, awake or asleep.

So, head off now for yet another cold shower I shall — but not before I have yet one more glass of chilled coconut juice! 🙂

😀 😀

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About NadineMarie (Aligning With Truth)

I find much joy & fulfillment in sharing my experiences & insights through writing & blogging. I created the site, ALIGNING WITH TRUTH as a virtual center for healing where I share my thoughts & reflections, as well as the tools & resources that are helping me as I move along the path of awakening & coming home to the Self. As I live in joy & align with Truth, I AM shining my Light which is how I contribute to the planetary & humanity ascension. Blessed be. Namaste...💗💖💜Nadine Marie💜💖💗
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