I loved this conversation.
The tone and its ideas.
I too, knew it.
And I could really relate to this segment about the three responses when something is crumbling or broken. And, agree about the crumbling of religion...and that it is needs a cosmic shift.
- Denial of it - it is not falling or we are not in trouble.
- Yes, we are in trouble, but we need more of the same.
- The third, is to ask, what is trying to be born.
This explains the differences between my family and I, in our response to our family crumbling, in the aftermath of my father's crimes coming to light.
My response was allowing the birth of something new. A whole new look at the content of our family and most important, the content of Me. The birth of a new Self. Letting truth crumble our family. And, to allow my old self to die with it, and to be fearless in letting the new me arrive with each new truth.
This is the kind of shift that needs to happen to a dysfunctional family in order to save the family unit itself. A cosmic shift.
Instead of feeling we are in trouble, but to continue doing more of the same.
He also speaks about the oneness and the essence of sacredness in each of us, compared to the idea of "original sin" that is most often taught.
One is easily controlled and the other is empowered.
It is interesting that the less you believe yourself to be, the easier you are to control.
What I see again, is the correlation between the religion who believes in the original sin, and a dysfunctional family; where the children are often seen and treated as 'bad'.
There is no way a person would abuse another IF they believed that the other was sacred.
What I find so intriguing and knowing, is that the way my old religion saw humanity as sinful and how I was treated as a child, are the same.
In neither place, was I seen as the essence of God; but rather the devil's spawn.
The rebirth of Me, came with a new definition of my content.
My core changed completely.
From being sinful, to being innately good.
Just a pure as when you look into the eyes a newborn child.
Church, and the treatment from abusive family, changes who we were born to be.
As I listened to the conversation, I thought, these are my people. They are saying what I know to be true. I know where I was led astray from my own sacred essence.
In the beginning, back in 2004, I had proclaimed to the skies, "This will not define Me."
My journey, was going back to find the essence within me.
To do away with anything that didn't honor my worth.
I am so grateful there are people out there who are willing to speak up against the majority, to dare to stretch and be part of a new cosmic change. Who speak against old definitions that are not empowering; but controlling.
The main objective of abuse is to control.
Empowerment and seeing humanity as the essence of the Divine, is my passion.
For women (and men) to feel their worth and be empowered and free!
To believe to the depths of their being their Holiness.
The flow of God; everywhere in everyone.
To eliminate the idea of being sinful, wretched and in the need of being saved and changed. But rather to get rid of all that insults your soul.
I am Perfect, and it is impossible not to be!