How Solar Flares Affect Life on Earth w/ Michael Erlewine
In this episode of the Astrology Hub Podcast, Michael Erlewine and Amanda ‘Pua’ Walsh discuss: How Solar Flares Affect Life on Earth
Tune in and learn…
- What Solar Flares are and how their energy can impact your environment.
- About resources you can use to track and understand Solar Flares.
- Insights into how periods of frequent Solar Flares can be a time of “Seeding” that reflects in energetic collective shifts.
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This is a fantastic interview, Amanda. Thank you, Michael for sharing this work and Amanda for sharing Michael’s wisdom with a greater audience. I have heard Pamela Gregory speak about the solar flares, and have started to follow spaceweather.com. I feel this is a very important contribution to astrology. I feel this connection with the sun so strongly and felt it when I was only a teenager. I understood and resonated with sun worship as much as moon worship. This is the wisdom we need now more than ever. Big kudos.
I am studying shamanism. I just found a copy of Michael’s “Astrology of the Heart” on line and am almost blown away by the synchronicity! I have practiced astrology for a long time but am only now starting to work with more people. I have been contemplating the intersections of shamanism and astrology w/in my own work. To find that Michael has already been exploring this is an enormous delight. I also want to say that I have observed a tremendous shift in energy since the CMEs that took place on February 1. The energy shifts from the 2-4 are enormous. My dreams have spiked, even though I have had difficulty sleeping. Anyway, again, looking forward to the listening and learning more from Michael. And am ready to dive into his huge book, Astro of the <3. Thanks again, Laura Hitt