So much for our solar flare break! Sunspot 2205 has come around the bend into view with a strong M class solar flare a couple of hours ago - not quite X class but close.
Interesting info from Space Weather regarding AR2192, the sunspot responsible for all the recent strong solar flares. Looks like we are in for a 2 week break from the intensity!
If you are feeling the effects of the Solar Flares as either exhaustion, pain, or too much electricity running through your body, the following things can help:
Back in 2012 there were, understandably, a lot of confused and disappointed people. Those of us aware of 'the shift' were left feeling a sense of anti-climax as the year came and went without that 'big' feeling we were all hoping and waiting for.
Another day, another strong X Solar Flare sending more high vibrational light/energy onto us and through us.
The solar wind is a stream of plasma released from the upper atmosphere of the Sun. It consists mostly of electrons and protons; a continuous stream of particles flowing outward from the Sun.