A stargate is an opening in time and space. Like a portal or a doorway, it invites you to cross from one place to another, from one dimension to another, from one level of awareness to another.
You need not look to the stars to find windows, portals and gateways. They are everywhere, as inconspicuous as a beam of sunlight on a desk, a door found ajar, a shadow in a picture, a point of light within a rainbow that appears during a rain shower. It is anything, sensory or intuitive, that catches your attention and invites you to step into a new space.
Perhaps you find yourself mesmerized by the play of sunlight on a leaf. The point where the sunlight meets the leaf is the gateway, and if you give your imagination permission to wander there, you may cross through it to another dimension. Children and animals do this often; however, the ability to enter the moment is a skill that has been trained out of most of us by the time we reach our teens or adulthood. You can retrieve it. When something catches your attention for a moment, go there and allow the moment to unfold without having to “take control of your senses.” You may discover another world.