“You have the choice to take on the witness posture in terms of how you view everything going on around you. This includes evens in your neighborhood as well as globally significant events. As the witness, you are refusing to identify with what you see taking place. You are instead being a detached, passive, but noticing observer. You are not the event, you that which is noticing it.
When you become the witness to events in the world around you, you remove your self-importance from what you are observing. You do not see it in terms of how it affects you. You simply notice. You are not attached to the rightness or wrongness of it. You have an inner knowing that, in some mysterious way, it is all in order. You are not questioning God in any of it. You simply notice.”
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, in “Your Sacred Self”
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