Someone asked me on this forum to explain what a Star being is...
(noun) spirit, soul, quintessence - spirit of a person which exists beyond death. To some, the wairua resides in the heart or mind of someone while others believe it is part of the whole person and is not located at any particular part of the body. The wairua begins its existence when the eyes form in the foetus and is immortal.
ScienceDaily (June 25, 1999) — When Joni Mitchell, in her song "Woodstock," sang, "We are stardust..." she was being factual as well as poetic. Every element on earth, except for the lightest, was created in the heart of some massive star.
And the heaviest elements -- such as gold, lead and uranium -- were produced in a supernova explosion during the cataclysmic end of a huge star's life, says LSU physicist Edward Zganjar (pronounced Skyner). http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/06/990625080416.htm
This is why in spiritual or scientific realms the notions of being born of the oneness , the single point, and the big bang theory are all true.. Its a scientific fact that is spiritually awesome. All of Creation is different formulations of the same elements with their origins in the stars.. so when you bump into a ascension-new-ageeee and they tell you they are a star being, you can know that you are also. Everything is. Traditional Hawaiian spirituality speaks of the three realms of existence - the cosmos, the earth and everything that is Born.. Wiki: In ancient Hawaiian mythology, the Kumulipo is a chant in the Hawaiian language telling a creation story.
There is a spiritual aspect that many Ancient people speak of that our spirits dwell in the stars between lives and come in to the physical at the point of conception. Making life possible. Like ignition in a car.. They say the star seed comes from an other wordly place beyond our comprehension - (just look at the night sky out there and try to fathom it) and then mingles with the DNA of our parents combined ... we could get right into that but on to the fruit..
So why do we feel good when we eat fruit? Because essentially our origins are light transformed to carbon atoms, mixed with water and a bunch of other stuff. But without Wairua we do not exist. Its the spark of life, the seed of light in every living thing.
Fruit is also made of the same basic atoms as us, and like all plants, fruit is dynamically designed to capture the light of the sun and store it in myriad amazing forms - natures amazingness in all its diversity.
Its the light of the fruit that your body embraces most of all. The light in the fruit, feeds your own light - your Wairua. Its your life force. The unseen energy, chi, prana in eastern terms.
IF food was just about physical components than it would not matter if it was fresh and alive or not. But fresh food is full of light or life force and feeds our own light or life force within and this is our dynamic relationship with nature.
This is why some can survive on light or breathe because they have learned to photosynthesize light, like plants. Just like one can overtime gain protein effectively from fruit and vegetable matter instead of shortcutting and getting it from an animal who has already processed the photosynthesis captured by the plants it has eaten, one can learn to gather light to oneself through Sunshine, prana in water and the the energy circulating in the air. Because ultimately its about light and life force because that is what we are made of in the finer more subtle realms.
I do not promote breatheranism at all because I do not believe there is a pristine enough environment on the planet to support that lifestyle at this time. IT requires to have pristine air full of pollens and the stuff of nature, not carbon and pollution floating around in dangerous quantities.
So Eat fresh, live , fruit straight off the tree whenever possible and pick things when they are in peak ripeness and glistening with sunshine bursting from their unique forms. And feed your Wairua - the light within.
This is a simple version of the science and spirituality of being a star being. but if it makes any sense to you - this song will also make sense to you. one for all you headed to Woodstock Fruit Festival ... :)
I love that Joni-song!!
Thank you for that great post! So true :)