We are all pieces of dead stars 🌟

Did you know, magick and spirituality aside, simple physics can make you feel special just with one phrase.
“We are all formed from stars cores that died in our endless universe.” :stars:

To explain this fenomenon, you just need to learn that all basic elements that form our bodies (hidrogen, oxigen, carbon and nitrogen) are the CORE elements of star CORES.
Isn’t it amazing? :star_struck:

So, to all of you my dear witches - you are all stars :hugs::star:


Thank you, you lovely girl. :smiling_face: :face_holding_back_tears: :star2: This is so weird I literally read this exact same thing on Pinterest like, two days back. Since then, I have been wondering and feeling so special and blessed, as all of us witches and all other beings alive are! I was in a dark space when this pin popped up on my feed. Exactly, this. I absolutely love and am in awe of this forum…every sort of magick keeps flowing in here…so blessed to have you @EvaCVM and all my wondrous witches, as a family here.
Blessed be my dear star soul! :dizzy: :star:


Oh this is really wonderful & a whole new perspective on myself & others :hugs:


I love these kind of quotes! :heart_eyes: It’s a good reminder that we are all connected - the stars, the suns, the planets, humans, animals, and the smallest atoms in the world!

I think one of the original quotes came from Neil deGrasse Tyson.

The atoms of our bodies are traceable to stars that manufactured them in their cores and exploded these enriched ingredients across our galaxy, billions of years ago. For this reason, we are biologically connected to every other living thing in the world. We are chemically connected to all molecules on Earth. And we are atomically connected to all atoms in the universe. We are not figuratively, but literally stardust.

Yes, I was right! I looked it up :sweat_smile:


I love this! It really makes me feel a sense of connection and higher unity- not to mention pretty gosh darn special! :grin: :star2: :two_hearts:

Cheers to all of you beautiful stars! Keep on shining bright :sparkles:


Are the stars truly dead if they continue their lives as us? :wink: :star2:

I was rereading the book Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton and came across mention that reminded me of this topic… :smiling_face:

The eco-cosmologist Brian Swimme likes to point out that the universe story is our story, that our bodies are made of split-off particles of star stuff, that the breath we breathe has been breathed by every being that has ever lived.

A Tantrika goes even further. Our awareness is not only connected to the power of awareness in other creatures, but it is also a miniature version of the great awareness that is the source of all that is. The subtle worlds that lie between the transcendent vastness and the physical universe are also inside our own subtle bodies, ready to be experienced by anyone who has the stamina and grace to enter into the inner world of the heart.

Beautiful, isn’t it? :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:
I don’t think you have to necessarily be a Tantrika to believe that (though it helps :laughing:)

There was also a lovely meditation, of really diving into that… the body of the Universe as the body of the Goddess :blush: :heartpulse:

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Find a place where you can sit quietly, without being disturbed, for at least fifteen minutes. Sit in a comfortable position, with your spine erect but not rigid. You may also practice this meditation lying on your back, perhaps on a mat on the floor, supporting your neck with a small pillow, and placing a pillow under your knees.

Close your eyes, and bring your awareness to your breath. Have the understanding that your breath is being breathed by a vast and loving presence, the Shakti of the life-force. Let yourself be breathed. This is the Goddess as the power of breath, the life-force of the universe, who breathes through every living thing.

Be aware now of the flesh and bones of your physical body. Consider that your skin is made of vibrating energy particles and that these energies are the goddess herself, vibrating as the skin of your body. Think of leaves, of bark, of the outer coverings of seeds, of the topsoil of the earth. Consider that all these are forms of skin and that they are made of energy—energy that is the essence of the Goddess.

Consider your bones. Consider how the solidity of your bones mirrors the solidity of rock, of earth. Consider the other fleshy elements in your body, the organs and fat, and recognize that they too are filled with energy, made of energy, made of particles of Shakti, which is the Goddess.

Consider your blood and the other fluids in your body. Consider the fact that three-fourths of your body is fluid. Consider also the rivers and oceans of the world. Realize that the fluids in your body and the waters of the world are made of energy and that this energy is the Goddess.

Consider the air you breathe, the air inside your lungs. Realize that the air is filled with particles of energy, particles of the Goddess. Be aware of the space inside your body, inside your cells, the space around you, the space within every object in your environment. Realize that space is energy and that energy is the transformation of the Goddess in the physical world.

With your eyes closed, imaginatively recognize that your body is made of goddess energies. Look into your mind, and sense the thoughts and emotions rising and subsiding in your inner space. Realize that these too are subtle energy—fluid, ever-changing aspects of Shakti. Shakti has become your body and your mind. Shakti has become the world.

Meditate with the thought that the Goddess has become your body and mind. Meditate on the Goddess as the world. Recognize that all the movements, changes, and shifts in this universe are movements of Shakti. Let yourself feel the rhythm of the breath. Allow yourself to be breathed by the energy, the Shakti in the atmosphere. Recognize that the energy that breathes you, the air that you breathe, the body and its energy, the thoughts that pass through your mind—all these are Shakti. Shakti is living your life.

Rest in this recognition.

Or as us witches often like to put it…

Earth my body,
air my breath,
water my blood,
fire my spirit.

Much love :heart: