Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga,  had a clear understanding of what would happen as we entered the Aquarian Age and he warned us that solar storm activity would increase significantly and affect the magnetic field of the Earth. In the past few weeks, even mainstream media has been reporting massive solar flares unlike any we have ever seen. On March 9th, the first day of the last wave of the Mayan Calendar, we experienced what is known as a X1.5-class explosion. These solar flares are directly connected to the Earth Changes we are experiencing.

The ancients teach that we are connected to the totality of the Universe and so the flares on the surface of the Sun too affect us.

You may be feeling:

– emotional outbursts
– temperature fluctuations – sweating then chills
– disrupted sleep, disturbing dreams
– extreme fatigue and/or manic amount of energy
– big aha moments of awareness
– weird body phenomena – aches and pains, buzzing in the ears

Most importantly, the solar flares affect the emotions. With these surges of energy and information coming from the sun, it is increasingly difficult for people to control the emotions by ‘talking ourselves down’. Managing the emotions is now something we must be aware of every day – especially anger. Our old tricks to avoid or suppress our anger will no longer work. Now, anger must become fuel for transformation.

There is a misconception that the spiritual path is all rainbows and unicorns. Don’t make yourself wrong for feeling anger. Emotion is simply energy in motion. How we channel and direct these energies is what makes us conscious spiritual beings.

All over the world, people are waking up from the bad dream of the Kal Yug (dark age) and seeing the Truth. Part of this waking process is expressing anger at our past habit of giving our power over to others. We can see this in Egypt, in Libya and closer to home in Wisconsin.

The 3rd Chakra is ruled by the fire tattva and gives us our sense of self – our self value – our dignity as a Human Being. It takes a potent fuel-like anger (fire) for real transformation to happen. Anger is not a place to live, but a stage to pass through on the way to dignity and peace.

Suppressed anger manifests as apathy, despair and depression. Are you the person who ‘bites your tongue’– remaining quiet to not rock the boat ? Are you a human doormat – people consistently take advantage of your kind nature? Then you need to express.

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