Footprints in the Windsm # 948

Footprints in the Windsm # 948

We do not so much have divinity within us but the other way round.

The mystic used to search within for divine forces. No more! For the mystic is within the divine. The creative unfolding whole, is conversation, is divinity working; the mystic has a role—standing in the face giving, accepting offers, extending invitations, helping the whole well unfold. The mystic is midwife: witness to blood and screams, holding hands, waiting, cutting cords, cleaning up, sharing, smiling, crying, resting. All midwife the whole: the whole births.


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