Anyone can be a starseed? I’m not familiar with this whole “I’m born a starseed and I’ve been so extraordinary since I was little” thing. Sorry I think we are all equal.
I’m sorry maybe you missed the key point of this, when i say anyone can be a starseed, i mean anyone. We’re ALL technically starseeds in the technical term of it. We are all one and the very same, there is no heirachy even within the spiritual world and i think that’s where a lot of people get hung up on. They think because they’re a lightworker or an crystal versus an Indigo that they contain more knowledge than other humans or that they are higher in intellect because they know who they are. You have to remember while some people DO know their remembrance of the past you cannot simply ridicule others who haven’t awakened because that goes against all that you are. How can these people help it? It’s all they know, it’s all that they grew up believing was to a live built on servitude and middle class, walking around like zombies as if they think that this is the way of living? No. We must have respect for them because we were once there ourselves, whether we want to admit it or not, the past is always an integration of our present and this growth will be always known.
Over 50 years ago, the science of quantum Physics discovered what ancient cultures embraced; that energy truly is the basis of life. It was proven that the atom, the smallest structure in the universe is made up of 94.5% empty space. This revealed that what you see, touch, sense is only 5% of reality. Your physical body only represents 5% of who you are; you are 95% vibrating Energy.
How we process this energy lies in our biology.
This intelligence/ Energy has no absolute language, only feelings
We are all in the Transformational field and by this we become susceptible to all sorts of different energy.
This intelligence is strong and powerful if wielded correctly but you carry this inside of you. Energy is timeless and holds centuries inside of you. This becomes an access of channeling energy from the ego to the spirit, for it is eternal.
We are Literally Made of Stars
By Gerald Grow
Hubble telescope is showing us the immensity of the universe. With our sun one among 50 billion stars in our galaxy, among more than 50 billion galaxies, it is easy to think of ourselves as lost on a speck in space.
Indeed, one common outcome of modern education is the widespread feeling that we humans are forever separated from the rest of the universe by unimaginable distances, and that the forces operating in the universe are utterly alien to us.
Spiritual traditions give us ways of feeling connected with the universe. I want to remind you of another, scientific, way of feeling connected to the stars.
The same science that reveals to us the vastness of the universe also tells us another story: Astronomers explain that all the elements heavier than hydrogen originated inside stars. The carbon in the ink on a page, and the silicon in glass and microchips, were created in the heart of a star, long ago, as that star shined by fusing hydrogen. The iron that carries the oxygen in your blood as you read this, was created when a star, in its dying phase, exploded.
You and I are not merely separated from the galaxies by unimaginable immensities of space; we are also connected to them by unimaginable immensities of time. We are literally made from stars. We are their descendants. The only difference between us and stars is time.
I don’t know how this way of looking at things strikes you, but it raises in me an absurdly wonderful sense of celebration, and I look at the night sky not with a sense of hopeless separateness, but with a feeling of kinship: There shine the origins of every element in our bodies. Because stars exist, I exist. The processes that created those billions of unimaginably distant galaxies also created us.
We human beings are not separate from the universe. Those galaxies are not merely distant–they are distant cousins.
With this in mind, I urge you not to miss the nightly wintertime rising of Orion in the Southeastern sky, followed by the star, Sirius, flashing red, blue, and golden light. Or the summer rising of Scorpio across the Southern sky, with red Antares burning at its heart.
That is a kinship worth celebrating.