In the wake of Toronto’s G20 summit and all that happened in conjunction with it, I’m inspired by both the front-line protestors and the behind-the-scene protestors, as well as those who were a combination of both.
I journalled about what level of activism is honestly mine to claim. It’s definitely subtle. On my balcony, I offered burning cedar to the seven directions to create sacred space, then offered mental-emotional healing to the entire situation, asking that harmony prevail in all actions and decisions. May it be so.
My friend Jamie’s sister, Lynn, visited me today. She’s here from the West Coast for a few days. Her activism was to walk close to the G20 site and offer Heart Cards (small cards with heartful messages from the universe on them) to police and other security officers to remind them of their humanity and heart-centeredness. Lovely.
Another friend did sound healing and ritual with a few friends. Thank you to them for this. Someone else prayed to the waters of the world to carry messages of harmony and wellness to all nations. Gratitude to them for this act.
Here’s link to more info about subtle activism: http://www.gaiafield.net/library/what-is-subtle-activism
I picked a Heart Card to answer the question, “What can subtle activism do for us?” The response was, “Give your life new meaning.” Blessed be.