I do not call myself a feminist, neither do I support the 'fight' for gender equality in a manner of fight, but I do care deeply about the women and their wisdom imprinted deep in their souls and bodies that was suppressed for such a long time. We needed to come to it again, to step back in our rightful position and this position ~ being fully and authentically in our sacred feminine power is changing the old paradigm of our world. The change means balancing the distorted matrix back into it's natural, original one, where the true universal laws are consciously inhabited in our daily life and the power of love is the only power that inhabits the hearts and minds of all the earth dwellers.
Without women standing in their authentic power and free expression of their voice this is not possible. Our planet and civilization cannot survive out of this balance and equality was the first step into bringing this balance back. In times of great changes on all levels of our society the need of bringing back the missing voice is urgent. Women have to consciously work on themselves to find it. Not the voice of their minds, but the authentic voice of their soul. This is not an easy task, it demands courage to dive deep into yourself and unveil all the layers of suppression, but it is the task worth taking. In order to survive as a planet and civilization and shift to the new paradigm together with our planet we need balance and us in full authentic power, fulfilling the purpose and mission of our souls. We need free voices. We need equal partnership. We need collective wisdom. We need servant leadership. Together.
One free soul voice of a woman can make a huge difference. Not to suppress a man, but to encourage him to act in accordance with divine wisdom and the power of love. Only together we can co-create the world of union, love, peace, sustainability and wisdom. We can contribute to the era of thriving civilization.
Coming to this very moment that we are even able to co-create this, is something worth contemplating on. It was a long walk. A very hard walk.
Suffragette movie clearly shows us the story of women that were courageous enough to raise their voices in the midst of inhuman conditions and times that we now consider denser than dark. They had enough. They stepped for basic human rights, their own voice and vote in a society. They used violence since this was the only way and language men would listen to and understand back then (at least most of them). They suffered. They lost their families, everything...just because they used their voices. But they didn't quit. They knew that in order for their children to live in a better world, they need to sacrifice their lives and do everything in their power to use their voices for making a change. They opened the doors for the future generations. For us all that we can be where we are right now. They did their best. Now we can do our best, too.
I bow to all of them, to our ancestors for all that they've done. I consider my responsibility to dig into my authentic soul, embody it fully and wholly and share my voice, making a meaningful contribution to the world.