Change of Scenery

Dried clay. Courtesy of Flickr: Photo by Yuna Mika

By the First Elohim

Previously the Earth has seemed to be such a stable place to live, but you are coming closer and closer to her recovering some of her movement. Imagine a ball shaking and its clay surface cracking into many small shapes. The shapes don’t fly away, they remain on the surface, just cracked. What was solid now has the opportunity to move more easily. The movement is necessary for the Earth, and therefore necessary for all the life on her surface.

We don’t want you to be afraid or confused, but we want you to embrace fluidity and movement for yourselves and living lives that may seem different but are still enjoyable. The time frame for this is now, it begins now, and that is why I’m writing this year instead of in thirty years time. Bit by bit there will be new contours in the land, new waterways and coastlines, and changes that have absolutely nothing to do with human beings but everything to do with the planet. If you can let go of rigidity and move easily you will have taken steps forward and not backward. Life will become more interesting.

©Candace Caddick