It’s 4am. My body was awoken by a powerful deluge. My being feels awoken by something far greater. An energy is rising that I feel I have been preparing for a whole lifetime to meet. I feel a deep resounding ‘yes’ to all that is and all that will be. I feel hope and hopeful. I feel eager to be a part of birthing the new.
We are living in a time of great shedding, molting, letting go. Our systems are breaking down and our rigid ways are proving to be not so rigid after all.
We humans are capable of great change. We’ve got what it takes to become something we’ve never been before…since that first moment we were all breathed out in unison and then found our way into separateness.
We are returning. Our way forward is together. Back to our state of oneness. Wholeness. Holiness.
Not the kind that sits separate in a church pew or on a prayer mat alone in isolation. Although that’s fine for a time if that helps one to reconnect within and remember. But a holiness that recognizes that the hole at the center is there to be filled by something greater than the stuff of the world…the consumable stuff that is in short supply and finite.
Our wholeness is found in our emptiness. Within our emptiness we have space for each other and for divine spirit to come in and fill us to overflowing.
This energy is our birthright. It is the heartbeat of the best part of humanity and that which unites us to all that lives, has lived and will live in time to come.
Now is OUR time. Not my time or your time or any one of our individual times to shine…but our time to shine in ways we never dreamed possible.
We can and we must get over that which keeps us small, separate, and isolated in our comparisons.
I am only as good as you are. And we are only as good as the ground we walk on, the water we drink, and the air we breathe.
We are here for but a short while. Let us pull our heads out of our individualism and dare to see the best parts of each other and in our seeing call it forth for the healing of our planet to create a viable and thriving future for the next seven generations and beyond.
Our ancestors to come are counting on us to do this vital work now. We CAN do this. Together. Let’s.