Many years ago, actually many decades ago, one of my teachers told me that when there was a tsunami I needed to run to the highest ground and tie myself to the biggest tree. To me a tsunami is an unexpected large force of energy that our system is not expecting and may have difficulty handling.
So in the metaphorical sense, I think many of us have to deal with multiple tsunamis every day. A tsunami may look like an out of control virus, power outages, tragic high death tolls, wild fires, floods, hurricanes, loss of homes, financial challenges, and the perpetual lying and corruption from public officials that we should be able to trust. This continuous battering of our systems can erode our clarity, our health, sense of self and our ability to function in a positive and effective manner.
So what can we do to counter act this disruptive and destructive energy?
Now there are many ways to do this, though I personally often use the ICWIB activities to shift my mind states so I am in a position to see what needs to change and then change it, but you can accomplish the same thing with any activity that relaxes your body, activates your conscious mind and opens your heart.