For those trying to find permanence or even stability in today’s world, wrong time, wrong planet. This is a time for earthquakes, personal, political, literal and metaphoric tremors that are off the emotional Richter scale.

As they come, pease don’t try to get over it or to fix anything, especially your feelings. seek support from people who have no need or desire to fix you. Only by letting yourself fall apart will you ever find what is permanent and stable inside you.

Treasure your trembling. Place your tears and your quaking on the altar of your acceptance.

Your quivering heart beats the drum of your sacred vulnerability.

Sentient beings accustomed to feeling sentient things are shitting sentient bricks right now.

Feel the ground shaking? Not just in your belly, but across the globe?

It’s all right on schedule. Everything that has is operating in darkness, deceit and denial has been served an eviction notice.

Corruption is having an eruption.

“It takes great learning to understand that all things, events, encounters and circumstances are helpful.”

-A Course in Miracles

Earthquake tremors are here by divine appointment, shaking us loose from old beliefs that no longer serve.

“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.”

-Richard Bach, Illusions

So what can one human being do to feel safe while the ground beneath your feet disappears?

You can become the witness.

When you cultivate witness consciousness, you enter the universe’s Witness Protection Program.

Allow me to explain.

In 1985 there was a movie called Witness.

Harrison Ford plays a policeman who has to hide out in Amish country to protect an Amish boy who witnesses a corrupt police officer murder someone.

The bad cop seeks to silence (kill) the boy.

Eventually he finds the farm where they are hiding, capturing the boy and disarming Harrison Ford. Things look pretty bleak.

But Harrison Ford had alerted the entire town, and the corrupt cop, about to do the dirty deed, finds himself surrounded by a hundred peaceful Amish.

They circle around, holding space, observing without reacting.

But the power they yield is intense, and palpable. The corrupt police officer looks around him. Peaceful people with piercing gazes are shining light upon the evil he is about to carry out.

He breaks down and falls to his knees. There is too much witnessing presence for him to go through with it. Harrison Ford takes his gun away, and arrests him. The boy is saved.

Many of us have been in training for many years to be witnesses.

It’s time to witness and circle the world together.

Here’s a song I wrote to bathe us in trust and comfort us while we are in the divine washing machine. It’s called Midwives of the Light. It will touch your heart.

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