If you think October is over with its surprises.
There is yet another event that will keep you on your toes.
It is the Orionid Meteor Shower.
One of the best things about autumn is the Orionid meteor shower.
This shower, also known as the “Harvest Moon Meteor Shower”, occurs every year when the Earth passes through the debris field left behind by Haley’s Comet.
The Orionids are generally active from October 2nd to November 7th, peaking between October 21st and 22nd.
During the peak, you can expect to see about 20 meteors per hour.
However, even off their best days, the Orionids are still a great show.
If you want to take a look at this annual event, just find a dark spot away from the city lights and look up!
The Orionids are visible worldwide, so everyone can enjoy this stunning display.
Now, what does it mean spiritually?
For most of human history, the night sky has been a source of both wonder and terror.
The stars captured our imaginations, and the planets served as guides for our journeys.
It is natural, then, that we should associate meteor showers with spiritual knowledge and wisdom.
After all, seeing a shooting star is witnessing the power of the cosmos firsthand.
In a way, it is a reminder that we are all just specks of dust in an infinite universe.
And yet, at the same time, it is also a reminder of the hope and possibilities that exist beyond the horizon.
In short, meteor showers remind us to look deep into the shadows of ourselves and our world, in order to find the light that lies within.
A meteor is a small celestial body that enters the Earth’s atmosphere, burns up and creates a streak of light in the sky.
For some people, seeing them is a sign from heaven or a representation of something greater than ourselves.
In many cultures, meteors are considered a sign of good luck or a sign that something special is about to happen.
In some cases, they are even believed to be the souls of fallen soldiers or loved ones who have died.
Whatever anyone believes about meteors, they are sure to be intrigued and amazed by their beauty and wonder.
If you get a chance to see the Orionid meteor shower, get out your crystals… it’s time for a quick meditation.
This short meditation allows you to become one step closer to the Divine.
Are you excited for the meteor shower?