The ancient rishis, the seers and sages of India, taught that the “Inner Witness” is the key to holding your center in the face of a storm…
The Inner Witness approaches each situation with curiosity and observation. As if watching a movie, the Inner Witness engages in nonattachment — allowing thoughts, feelings, and worries to pass through.
This does not mean we don’t take situations seriously, we do. Especially right now.
During this unprecedented time, and all the ways COVID-19 is impacting our daily lives, our communities, and our global family, is a signal that we are being called to a deep level of grounding, self-healing, and self-care at this time.
The path forward is to find your center in the face of the storm…
So, the question you might be asking yourself is, “Just how do I do that?”
When the impulse is to “do something,” to take action, to move forward, to “think” of answers… the solution may actually seem counterintuitive.
The invitation right now is for BEING not DOING.
Your Inner Witness is here to guide you. It’s part of your energy body and it vibrates with the higher frequencies of your being.
From your center, you can also bear witness to all the positive shifts that are unfolding in lockstep with the spread of the virus. Humankindness at its finest. Strangers helping strangers, communities coming together, and growing solidarity replacing growing division.
I had an opportunity to be interviewed by Lisa Bonnice at the Shift Network and shared a special teaching and guided practice on just this — how to connect with your Inner Witness and how critical it is for us to do at this time.
When you watch the video, you’ll also receive a short journeying practice, which will connect you with your Inner Witness. Watch here: