Women, mothers to the creation of Life, give a shit. Because of that, it falls on us to awaken, embody and express from the matriarchal consciousness that demands we let go of what isn't working and engage DIFFERENTLY.
To know one's self, to achieve self-mastery in it's perpetual evolution and discovery, is to stay Present to the totality of what IS. Where are my own internal blinders that keep me from seeing a bigger picture? A larger context? Where do I allow my mind to take me down the rabbit hole of convenience and habit? Where do I not even notice?!
Can we ever truly know if the story around the “majority consent” is even close to true when we cannot know how many people are consenting in the true sense of the word? If you knew how abuse works, in your bones, not in theory, you’d see the signs by now.
When we pretend they are the person they show the world to be, that makes us who know the truth of who they are, ladies and gentlemen, responsible for protecting the predator.
It always, in all ways, starts with ME. There’s a lump in my throat as I type this, and the tears are just behind my eye lids…they don’t want to flow, they simply want to be there. There is an energetic ‘ball’ in my chest and my stomach feels activated. This is the information my… Continue reading What it takes to let go as a parent, and why we must!
Instead of teaching our children WHAT to think, let's teach them HOW to think! We have become really good at teaching (through modeling) the content of our culture to our children. Be polite and say thanks, even if you don't mean it. Otherwise, to speak the truth of your experience (not-thankful) is to be considered rude. So... we teach our children to be insincere and live in contradictory internal states so they don't offend another. We teach them to be dishonest so they can manage an external appearance labeled "polite" and "good". We teach them to shun their truth so they do not have to face the shame imposed on them by authority. In essence, we teach our children that shunning themselves is better than living in fear of being shamed by another. I can't help but wonder ....what is the intelligence of that?! What is the fucking point?! How can we expect our children to grow up to be sincere inside themselves if we are teaching them to not be?! ...and all this for the sake of optics, for the sake of external approval, for the sake of ...hopefully fitting in.
As a natural and well-trained critical thinker I believe that rather than assuming biodigital convergence is the best way forward, it would be imperative to contemplate larger, more important and far reaching questions, such as: What would it mean to leave the biotechnical convergence in the hands of a few global elites, technocrats and government officials? How many of us would continue to be considered humans with rights? Who decides WHAT is a human being in this new world? What percent "biology" would you have to have to be considered human? What about the role of eugenics in this emergence of human and technology? Who will program the transmition that controls thoughts, culture and reality? Will humans be individuals or a collective hive? Will individuals be able to think for themselves in a world where their brains are directly plugged to The Cloud? What about free will in this world of digitized control? Will individuals be able to override the suggested algorithms and choose for themselves? Will free will, agency, and body autonomy exist? Which version of these animal-human-digital organisms will still be considered human? Which version will be used for medical experimentation? Who gets to decide? And who is decided upon?
After all these years immersed in my own Self-discovery and personal evolution, I have come to discover that wisdom is not something I can learn in a book. Wisdom is the function of living. It is cultivated through experience. No matter how much I learn through my intellect, unless and until I am able to live it, I will never know it as real...I will only be able to tell someone else's story...and no matter how eloquently and convincingly I can tell that version of the story, it isn't mine. And I'm here to LIVE my own experience...as fully and as embodied as is available to me in any given moment.
Reality is a social construct. Who is the storyteller? To change your life, you must change your mind. To change your mind, you must dare to question and discover...
When my son looks in the mirrorHe sees the universeReflected backIn his twinkle. He stares preciously Into his own eyesThe windows to the Soul,With a smirk that knows:He has been around beforeThousands of lifetimesAnd here he is againIn that sensual momentWith himSelf. He delightsIn the body he has chosenTo have this earthly experience. He stares… Continue reading When He Looks in the Mirror, He Knows: The Essence of What I AM (poem)