That’s Entertainment!

Author’s note: Comments are welcome as always, but I’m sure most of you know that the point of my posts is not to ignite any political debates.

I am spending more and more time devoted to my new reality, the 5D one.  So when I look at the 3D reality it’s more from a place of entertainment. And those of us who are well past that less than awakened place can see the news from a whole different vantage point.

When someone points out to me how the election of President Trump has been the worst thing that has befallen our nation, I tell them, no, he’s the best thing that could have happened.  And here’s why.  It starts with entertainment.

The perpetuation of  the patriarchy, of the toxic masculine, which embraces, among other things, sexism, misogyny, racism, homophobia, transphobia, and xenophobia….is brought to the American people in full, living color in the larger than life, tireless entertainer, Donald Trump.

His rise to presidency, the most powerful position in the world, (Commander in Chief of the strongest military on Earth) still has many people scratching their heads.

But it should be no surprise. It makes total sense. It’s the perpetuation  of centuries of normalizing unacceptable behaviors. Which means such behaviors as sexism, for instance, have become so pervasive, insidious and commonplace, that they are accepted, internalized, (by not just men, but by many women) and by some, even revered.

Everyone knows it’s going on, but it’s shrugged off like an annoying older relative who can’t keep his hands to himself….oh, that’s just Uncle Tony.  Don’t pay him any mind.


For quite some time now, sexism in the media, tv shows and movies with the endless flow of jokes that disparage women, is framed as harmless. Often, the protagonists come off as likable characters, who are just having lighthearted fun.

Then there’s the geek subculture which has become quite popular in the media. They fail the ‘masculinity’ test on just about every level which is in itself a form of sexism. We watch them as they attempt to be the alpha male, which includes being sexist and homophobic.  Their failed attempts are seen as pathetic and funny at the same time. So they are not denying their toxic masculine behavior, but instead poke fun at it.  Again, no harm done. Not a deal breaker.  Or so we are made to believe.

Enter Donald Trump who comes to us practically fresh out of the world of entertainment.

For decades Trump held up proudly his own misogynistic attitudes as a cultural icon that people both laughed at, and secretly admired. (A wealthy, powerful white male who always seemed to have scores of young, beautiful women around him) Apparently, his sexism as seen from the perspective of entertainment (his tv shows, beauty pageants, Howard Stern interviews) was not a deal breaker for him, either.

The day after the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Trump signed an executive order that bans federal funding for international health organizations that perform or even speak with patients about abortion services.

Except now his audience happens to be much larger, and he happens to be able to, with the support of like-minded cabinet members, advisors and other elected officials, write policies and influence decisions that profoundly affect among many others, women’s lives.

But how many humans initiate real change unless things are in their face in a big way?

The cold, hard reality that is being served up to people as their current administration is a catalyst for some serious change. We know how it goes, people need things to be off the charts painful before they initiate real change. It’s human nature.

And to be fair, some deserved applause needs to be given to the ‘antagonists’ who chose their roles in this lifetime as the ‘bad guys’ in order to initiate that much-needed change.

People said they wanted change, that things needed shaking up, and supported Trump because they felt he was different, claiming he wasn’t the typical politician, that he spoke his mind and he wasn’t afraid to be politically incorrect.  And that because of those refreshing qualities, change could be initiated. But what they didn’t realize was that now, they are going to get change…but not the change they anticipated.

Because when you take a closer look,  many of those people who favored him because he was different, didn’t want real change.  They just wanted to be more comfortable in their old stories.  They wanted things to get better perhaps economically, and wanted more safeguards against what they feared were foreign enemies, wanting a stronger military in place, and walls put up.  But for the most part, they were terrified of real change.

And who could blame them.  Change is hard.  And many people were suspecting something was brewing, something they couldn’t put their finger on, but they knew that they needed some type of safeguard against it.


Trump represented someone who could protect them from an increasingly uncertain future. He fed into people’s fears. The appeal of Making America Great Again read as going back to the good old days, when things were simpler. Men were men, women knew their place, as did people of color, and other marginalized groups, and there was certainly no place for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, trans people or gender fluid folks.

So, Donald is not really so different. He represents the same old imbalanced toxic masculine patriarchy, repackaged as the savvy, outlandish buffoon.  And as such, continues to be immune to any real accountability for disquieting and abusive behaviors.

Many argue that he is not the first president to embrace disrespectful behaviors toward women.

Except that, he is so extreme in his behaviors and attitudes, and displays such a narcissistic immaturity on an in-your-face, almost daily basis, (thanks in part to twitter) that he has gotten people’s full attention. And that is what was needed in these times.

Things did need stirring up, but not to keep the status quo, not to Make America Great Again, but to help America to be a nation of true equality.

Because under the surface there was brewing more and more discontent among the populace. Those who knew that things were just not right. And I believe what emerged from that discontent was what we are seeing now in the news and on social media.  The unprecedented and almost daily exposure of those in positions of power (starting with Harvey Weinstein) who echoed that disrespect towards women.

Something had to give.

We saw in the massive, worldwide women’s marches that were initiated from a place of enough is enough. Women were finally getting the support from each other to come out of the shadows. To speak their truth, and to make their voices heard.

Donald reminded too many women of their own relationships with narcissistic and abusive men.

He reminded them of how they had allowed that behavior in their personal lives for far too long. Their frustration and anger could no longer be contained.

And their anger became a catalyst for change.

Now more women are interested in taking positions in government and other leadership roles where they can affect positive change.

And in their private lives women are not so apt to shrug off disrespectful behaviors and attitudes.

And for those women who are in their awakening and moving into their embodied enlightenment, I feel that they are seeing the current events from the perspective of…

I have already gone through what I am seeing those in 3D going through, and I know that they too will have to come this way some day. They will have to recognize that the real work begins when they give permission for their own awakening.”

Then they get to see how they as women had taken on their role as carrying the wounded hearts of humanity. How they were assuaging the angry male. Trying to make him less angry for self-protection, but at her own expense.

It is time for her to now stop feeling guilt and shame and allow the male to be accountable for his own anger and sense of abandonment.  And his lack of self-worth.  That she no longer needs to feel that she is somehow responsible for his anger, and how that anger is expressed toward her. Whether it is expressed overtly or in subtle, but equally disrespectful ways.

Now she can trust her feelings. If something doesn’t feel right, then it isn’t. Even if others tell her, or if her mind tries to tell her that she’s just being too sensitive, or she can’t take a joke, or she should feel flattered. That it was a compliment.

She will discover that she isn’t a victim. That the way she feels about herself is all that matters, and that alone will dictate her reality. But meanwhile, she still may need to set boundaries.

And even though those of us who are awakened and are not in the reality we see in the world around us, there may still be a part of us as women that feels we need to take care of the wounded male.

Art by Maria Chambers

That won’t serve us if we want to experience our freedom here on Earth.  It requires of us to detach from being in service in that way.

It’s a radical shift, and it requires a great deal of self-devotion. We will come off as being uncaring, as selfish. But as ascension pioneers, we really don’t give a crap what anyone else thinks of us.  We are no longer in that reality base.

We have a great sense of humor, but when it comes to our sovereignty, we are deadly serious. We won’t allow anyone or anything to get in the way of our freedom. We want more than anything to be the free and sensual beings that is our birthright.

The sensuality, that as women, we were misunderstood and even condemned for.  We were seen as seducing the male, even if we had no interest in seducing anyone, but were simply enjoying all of our physical senses.  Or…we were simply just BEING there, in a female body.  Can you imagine the audacity…how dare we???!!!

But embodied enlightenment is all about the joy of being here with our soul, who is very sensual.  It’s about integrating our own sacred masculine and feminine.  And it’s not a mental trip.  There is no point in being here if we are going to be stuck in our heads.  Continuing to live mental lives.  What’s the point of extricating ourselves from the 3D world, otherwise?

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51 thoughts on “That’s Entertainment!


      Oh my gosh…..dear dear Divine Sistar Goddess!!!!!! I LOVE YOU!

      I AM so with you on this! I have been saying that all this lovely shit from 3D needs to come to the light and our dear prez has helped make it possible! He acts and condones all the misogyny and sexual harassment and racism and therefore it is coming out to the light…… to be healed and I adore all the speaking up and shouting out that has been happening…….wooooooohooooooo!!! No more shutting up and putting up! The Divine Feminine is rising rising rising.

      So very many of my dear friends, who mostly live in 3D, are appalled and horrified by what is happening…….but I just plain feel hopeful and happy and the whole thing is indeed a huge entertainment……..

      This whole thing also reminds me of when I was hired as Human Resources Manager with a strong background in Diversity/Cultural Competency for a large manufacturing facility. They told me when they hired me, “we are a good old boy, white male dominated company and we will really value your help.” Ha, bloody, ha! A year later they fired me and conjured up some slightly truthful stuff…….in actuality they told me that I talked about feminism and diversity too much! ha! I had never even said one word about white privilege…….ha! I encouraged management to attend a diversity conference I was putting on and I encouraged them to train women as supervisors……Basically they did not want to do the work to change the culture. The beauty is that I had talked to an employment attorney friend about the whole situation. So, when they fired me, I asked them, ‘what about unemployment insurance?” They hesitated, and out of my mouth comes, “when I talked to my attorney about the whole situation, he said…….” They decided to call my termination a “lay off”. Because it was 2008 and the economy was bad, I ended up getting unemployment for 2 years! Unheard of! The Universe freed me from that job, freed me from doing HR work anymore and paid me! What more could I ask for? I AM continuing to Wallow in Gratitude!!

      “People said they wanted change, that things needed shaking up, and supported Trump because they felt he was different, claiming he wasn’t the typical politician, that he spoke his mind and he wasn’t afraid to be politically incorrect. And that because of those refreshing qualities, change could be initiated. But what they didn’t realize was that now, they are going to get change…but not the change they anticipated.
      Because when you take a closer look, many of those people who favored him because he was different, didn’t want real change. They just wanted to be more comfortable in their old stories. They wanted things to get better perhaps economically, and wanted more safeguards against what they feared were foreign enemies, wanting a stronger military in place, and walls put up. But for the most part, they were terrified of real change.
      And who could blame them. Change is hard. And many people were suspecting something was brewing, something they couldn’t put their finger on, but they knew that they needed some type of safeguard against it.”

      Loving this post…..although I do love all your posts. Thanks so much for being you and for getting it!!!!

      Loving the show!

  1. I have been saying this very same thing for a while. I think things have to be right in everyone’s face for them to face it. Otherwise, they just ignore it. It had to be really really radical, so they would pay attention. I guess you could call Trump a faciliator of sorts. I’m always amazed when women don’t see this. Maybe they’re comfortable with how things have been? I myself don’t pay attention.

    1. Hey mom2bzsmom…..yes, good term for Trump, a facilitator. Growth comes in many ways, and everyone is just playing their part. The women who don’t see it have internalized the sexism and misogyny for their own reasons…survival comes to mind.

  2. Barbara

    Thank you, Maria, for this article, much needed. Last year I left a long relationship of ‘duty’ to a patriarchal male, which I could not do before because of financial reasons. The first few months I was busy finding myself a new home, moving in, cleaning, decorating, etc. The next few months were made up of WTF have I done, because believe it or not, I could not find anything at all to hold my interest, creatively or friend related ‘out there’. I then became lonely and knew I had to do something or I would return to what I knew or I would become…. well, who knows what!? I’ve been on the path a very long time and have had some major shocks through it all, not to mention almost constant ascension symptoms. Anyway, I started having body work done… and oh, my, it was so good to be touched by someone who had no ulterior motives! I had a psychic reading done which gave me some ideas as to what might interest me ‘out there’, and yet I have determined to stay put for a while as I am not quite to the 5D comfort zone part of it all. It’s good to come here and read the articles and comments and try to get my heart-mind around the enormity of the feminine awakening, though I confess I miss respectful masculine input, having experienced a little bit of it in my own process. Sheesh, I’m having a hard time here expressing myself, so will go for now. B.

    1. Barbara, you have perfectly expressed what I am sure many women on this awakening trajectory are feeling or have experienced.

      In fact, I edited out a part of the post for reasons of was already almost 2000 words long. But what I said was I was in a relationship with an emotionally abusive, narcissistic man for nearly ten years, some time ago, and it had to get pretty bad before I said ‘enough’. I too walked away, at the risk of losing financial support.

      It was difficult, and scarey, but where we were going there is no place for that type of compromise, in fact no compromise seems to be what’s called for now.

      And good for you giving yourself the gift of some good bodywork. Yes, no agenda, indeed!!! And it does become lonely, since we are not quite yet in the 24/7 we want to be in with our soul. And it’s tempting to go back into a 3D type of relationship.

      And yes, it is an enormous shift for women, and we see it demonstrated in the world now. But for us forerunners, we are doing the heavy lifting, because we are the first to go through the vortex into the new.

      Thank you for weighing in. 💕

      1. Go Barbara……yay for you for making a move. It can be so darn difficult. I, also, moved out of a emotionally abusive and not supportive relationship almost 30 years ago. It was an arranged marriage. 🙂 I stayed because of finances and my children. Finally I made a move and my husband at the time gave me $20 to help (?) me. He then bought a bunch of new stuff for the house (which was ours)…….Fortunately his parents helped me. They are angels. But it was tough…..the financial crap continued as he would not help support his kids or pay me what was owed to me for the house. I was not into fighting it with attorneys and such…..I wanted to take the high road. Even his mum wanted me to fight him. 🙂 And now, 27 years later, my dearest beloved hubby and I are retired and my ex still struggles with money……How is that?

        Anyway, just wanted to reach out and connect and know you are not alone…….loving us all!!!!!!


        Thanks again to Maria for creating this space here for kindred connection.

        1. Barbara

          Thank you, Maria and Elizabeth for your understanding and support. I am reminded of Emerson’s Law of Compensation, which basically states that no one walks alone, that what we send out into the lives of others comes back into our own. And dear Elizabeth, you state that concept well in your comment. For those males who may read this post and the comments, this is not male bashing, this is finally coming to an harmonic resonance between male and female that respects and honors the best of both. Love, B.

          1. Much love to you dear sistar goddess…….WE are one…..we are individual and we are connected.

            Finding the joy for ourselves…….it’s an inside job, and then we radiate it out to all.


          2. Well said, Barbara,…

            and just to be clear, toxic masculinity is the imbalanced aspects of the masculine, just as there are imbalanced aspects of the feminine.

            And of course. Being a man does not automatically mean you are imbalanced, just as being a woman doesn’t automatically mean you are imbalanced.

            And women can and many do embrace or accept those aspects of the toxic masculine. It’s the cultural ideal of manhood as being aggressive, glorifying violence, having sexual conquests, seeing emotions as weak, etc, and it’s just as harmful to men as it is to women.

  3. sweet pea

    Maria i love you to the stars and back so much! 💖🙌🙌🙌🙌

    every. single. word. of this is so perfectly perfect my heart is bursting out of me. this is everything i have tried to articulate for the past year and it’s exhausted my soul to the limits trying, but you just so brilliantly broke it down, i fee like l i never again need to struggle to put this understanding into existence. i wish your words could be published on the front page of the new york times lol 🙃, because for me, THIS is all my heart needs to know about it all. the rest is just noise, this is the root of everything about it.

    thank you sooooo much Maria, you writing this out literally took this massive energetic burden out of me. i feel like i can just breathe and rest easy just knowing i’m supported by other souls seeing and feeling the same truth and transformation that i feel on the other side of all this darkness 💕🙏

    1. Sweet pea….thank you for your lovely words… does my heart good to hear that you resonate so deeply with the post and that it’s made you feel supported. And I too feel such deep honor and appreciation for you, and those here who support one another. It’s no accident we all found each other. I know we planned to meet like this on a soul level, so that no one need feel alone in this transformation. 💕💕💕

  4. Kat

    I always said that I see Trump as a catalyst for real change in terms of patriarchal structures. Things have to get out on the surface to be released and dealt with in order for them to go away for good. Patriarchy has been in place under all the other presidents, too, but Trump is going to the root of the problem, ironically by embodying the patriarchal system to a tee. Funny if you think about it.

    1. Yes, Kat, it is funny if you think about it….and the ‘entertainment value’ is an interesting way it’s presented. I mean, it’s funny and people can’t take their eyes off of him. I can bet more people watch or read the news now than ever before.

      Like, “What’s he going to do next?” Like a long running sitcom. Where we sit, here in the ascension trajectory we can muse about it and know all is well and things are just unfolding as they are meant to, but many of those deep in 3D are very worried.

      Some are incensed that he can get away with the toxic behaviors, while others just see him as the entertaining authoritarian they hope will save them.

      1. sweet pea

        ug Maria, i’m for sure not in the “can’t take their eyes off of him” group, i’m in the “his face makes me want to throw up” group haha.

        when i’m able to ignore him, i do understand that it is less him specifically and more of what he represents. trump himself as a person *does* bother me, mostly because he is a narcissistic sociopath, and my daddy was one as well – so his personality triggers me on an annoyance level. having grown up around a sociopath, their behavior is just all kinds of exhausting… the lying, manipulation, arrogance, constant chaos and destroying things for ego’s sake, etc…. ug, it’s just darn exhausting. 🙄😞 so yes, watching him get away with it all is pretty infuriating, but yup, he really is just a catalyst like Kat said. for me it’s more the energy he’s stirred up and all that you describe in this post. it just feels he’s emboldened so many of the worst things about humanity and the energy is just overwhelming a lot of days 😞😞😞

        just trying to remember that it’s a purging of it all. your words in this post help so much 💕💕💕

        1. Yeah, sweet pea, it seems many women, and men, see in him the abusive father, boyfriend, husband, employer, that they had to deal with at one time or another in their own lives. And it was after a while easier to just internalize or endure the behaviors than to bring them to others attention. So part of us stopped even bringing them to our own attention.

          Even the more subtle but equally damaging behaviors and attitudes. The ones that were hard to spot but you knew they were happening by the way you felt inside.

          So, I guess because we kind of allowed ourselves to fall asleep to it to such a degree, we needed a real wake up call.

          When you think about it, he couldn’t be more perfect for the task. And along with the others in power positions, like Harvey Weinstein, he’s awakening so many people…Women and men from all walks of life. It’s truly amazing.

          1. sweet pea

            yes so much Maria… it really does seem like all illusions of “power and authority” and in general, organized social constructs are all being exposed for their hypocrisies and darknesses.

            for me the ways in which evangelical religion is being exposed is something i’ve sorta spent my whole life waiting for 😔🙏 it will be the group that will fight the hardest for it’s hypocrisies because they have built their existence around the claim the god gives them the moral high ground in everything regardless of how inconsistent, or unhealthy, or hateful, or just plain wrong something is, but with all that’s going on, i think organized religion is finally being forced into the massive internal gut check it needs.

            i do understand that the way things are being shaken up is what’s needed for the mainstream collective to “get it” 😔, but sweet heavens, it can sure feel like a million tons of overload for us sensitives haha 😭😭😭

          2. Sweet Pea and Maria……I am having a hard time imagining my mama apologizing for her judgment and her “praying for me” since she clearly doesn’t think I am good enough……..

            Fortunately I DON’T BELIEVE HER! 😀😀😀😀😀 💥💥💖💖♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

            One of the funniest things she ever told me was that if I became a Christian I could be a TV evangelical minister. 😜😜😜😜😜😜😜

            She wasn’t always a born again (know it all) Christian. Fox news watching, voted for Trump….oy! (We are not friends on Facebook).

            Oh well…….I am with you both with the shifting and changing….I KNOW I was burned in other lives. I love your humour, Maria!

            I am thinking I am WELL DONE! HEEHEE

            Things are sure shifting and changing and it is fucking uncomfortable at times. Sheesh……

            Love us all!

          3. sweet pea

            ug elizabeth i can’t imagine how you deal 😔 i’m luckily not in touch with any family other than my brother and his family, and even though they are religious, they are not trump supporters thank goooooodness. so we can peacefully talk about how awful he is because they feel the same lol. they still have pretty conservative views on things, but we have a pretty well established unspoken agreement to not get into that stuff 🙏😀😀😀

          4. Sweet Pea—–Oh my……struggled for years with my mum…….but now I have careful doses of her with my dear hubby always present……and we are agreed to not talk about politics. Sheesh……she recently unfriended and blocked my son since he argued with her and her posts on FB. Sorry to be so harsh but her posts just make her look STUPID! She is quiet leadable……..

            Oh well……………………..I am super careful about hanging with family. I mainly only hang with my kids…….they are the best. AND I don’t have contact with my dad. AND I certainly don’t do holidays with any except my kids and beloved hubby……..

            love to us all!

            That article is brilliant. Thanks again!

  5. Sweet pea, I like your take on the way the hard core religionists are being exposed…well described!

    Those using a religion based upon the idea that God is an old, white man who condemns others to hell because they happen to inconvenience others with their perspectives and lifestyles. And we notice that their condemnation always drills down to condemning the feminine. Whether it’s abortion, or gays, lesbians, trans people, bisexuals, or gender fluid people. What do all these have in common? They embrace the feminine aspect. God forbid there should be a healthy balance of the masculine AND the feminine in a person.

    But of course it’s always the woman’s fault. Just look at Eve.

    So it’s a bit of a trigger for me, too. This blind faith at all costs…I have little patience for it. I think I was burned at the stake in a past lifetime or two.

    I think many of us in other lifetimes had abilities to sense energies, to communicate with the dead spirits. So being burned at the stake, there was a running joke, and we were tired of hearing it…. ‘I’ll take that medium rare.”

    Sorry, couldn’t resist.

  6. sweet pea

    lol, and yes Maria soooooo true!! it DOES all come back to condemning the feminine. all of it. everything they they judge and try to control and act outraged about… it’s all about condemning the feminine 😟

    i actually found this article a few weeks ago about what they are really outraged about with abortion and it’s soooo what i feel!

    it just perfectly captures for me what i’ve always wanted to articulate about it but never could. i won’t even debate the topic anymore, i’ll just send people that link from now on 🙅

    1. Thanks sweet pea for the link…very informative and in depth article….

      In my early thirties I discovered I was pregnant, and I did not have one moment of doubt that I was going to get an abortion. No moral dilemma whatsoever. So I went to an abortion clinic and interestingly, the procedure was not necessary because the doctor said I naturally aborted.

      I guess my soul had my back.

      Meanwhile, in the thirties in Greece, my father got the mother superior of a convent pregnant, she was shuffled off for nine months so no one would catch on to her ‘disgrace,’

      I mean, convents are places women WENT to in shame for doing the ‘wrong’ thing…you know, ‘Get thee to a nunnery.’

      Just can’t win.

      1. Wow! that is indeed interesting about your dad. yes, of course…..get thee to a nunnery……sheesh…………….so many interesting things coming out.

        AND your soul did have your back…..very cool!

        I had an abortion when my daughter (youngest) was 9 months old……We did not want more than 2 young’uns. Not easy, but very clear.

        love to us all!

        1. Hmm…we were fortunate to be living in a time when we could go to a clinic and legally have an abortion. Just a few short years earlier it would have been extremely difficult and dangerous.

          Hard to believe it’s been as recent as 1973 that a woman could legally decide her own fate vis a vis her reproductive rights. And even that was limited to the end of the first trimester.

          1. sweet pea

            yes, and hard to believe we’re again living in a time where were at risk of having that right taken away again 😔 it’s not a right i’ve ever needed to use, but the reason they want to take it away is what infuriates me, and that’s what lead me to that article… just being so infuriated that people who are stripping healthcare from children, taking food from the poor, and not remotely caring about actual living breathing children being abused are screaming nonsense about how they are they ones “caring about life”… they don’t care one tiny lick about “life” or the quality of it or anyone actually living it, they just care about forcing women to have birth. to me the abortion issue is the issue that has been most twisted from the actual truth of what it’s about more than anything… but it’s suddenly become the most powerful issue in how these people vote… to the point where it makes sense to them to support men who are guilty of all evil things, as long as they are anti-abortion. the whole issue is total bull poo. 🙄 it’s nothing whatsoever to do with “life”, it’s exactly what you said Maria…about condemning the feminine, and nothing more.

          2. Yeah, sweet pea, it certainly is infuriating. And as we unlayer ourselves and become more aware and awake, the disparity of where we are and where the rest of the planet is….well, to put it simply, we run out of patience for bull shit.

            But the reality is that the planet is in its infancy ascension-wise. And even though it is being affected by the incoming Christ Consciousness energies, it’s gonna take a while for humanity to evolve.

            And what I find so interesting is the church’s portrayal of Jesus. Not even close. Like I have said before, to quote Woody Allen, if Jesus came back and saw what they were doing with his message,he’d never stop throwing up!

            And the aspect of the feminine gender, the part that believes it needs to be uncomfortable, to suffer in order to be in service, is no longer viable.

            As women we are now giving birth to a new consciousness, and we don’t need to endure labor pains in order for that to happen.

            And yeah, the whole Roy Moore b.s. Is just more absurdity thrown in people’s faces.

          3. sweet pea

            yes Maria so perfectly said! ug. i needed this conversation y’all 😩 and thank you so sooo much for this post Maria, i feel like you’ve helped me process an entire year’s worth of pent up mess 😭😭😭 feels so good to move into the higher energy of it all and not be stuck in the nonsense. 🙃

          4. sweet pea

            alabama shifted tonight Maria!! 🙌🙌🙌😭😭😭😭🙏🙏🙏💙💙💙💙💙 i literally got chill bumps and can’t stop smiling 😩☺️😁

          5. OMG sweet pea, I did too. And I am not into politics but I was riveted to the CNN live feed of the Senate race there….to be honest, even though it was close between Moore and Jones, I was not expecting Jones to win. Given the tenure of such a deep red state, and the turning the other way of his supporters regarding his sexual misconduct.

            So me too, I was so elated, it made me feel a sense of real hope. It will be so interesting to see how this impacts Washington, and the current administration….to be continued!👍

          6. sweet pea

            same Maria! 💙 a year ago i would’ve been hiding from this, but tonight it felt good just to peek out into the world and seeing a shift happen 😳 i’ll for sure sleep a lil’ better knowing shifts can happen even in the places it doesn’t seem possible 💙💙💙

          7. Well said sweet pea….and I am fascinated how these controversial figures like Trump, Weinstein, and Roy Moore have been catalysts for change. Things have to be beyond unacceptable to such a degree to get people, even staunch conservatives, to rethink who and what they support. And to get others who have been just kind of accepting things as ok to now come forward and demand change.

            So, sleep well my fiend🤗💕

      2. sweet pea

        wow Maria. yes your soul did have your back 💜 and about your daddy – yup. that’s what my spirit is over and done and then some with… women carrying “shame” for men. no tolerance left in me for one more tiny bit of it. 🙅 i know for me that shift starts with letting go of that shame within myself… not there yet…but i feel like the level of intolerance i’ve reached with it now when i see it out in the world shows me i’m more and more willing in the process of letting it go.

        1. Yep, sweet pea…letting go of the shame within ourselves, indeed! That’s a big one, in fact, that’s the whole damn galactic issue in a nutshell. The feminine taking the blame for the masculine’s anger, for his feeling abandoned by her.

          It’s like an old, dusty meme that has run its course.

  7. Thanks for the article, Sweet Pea!! Perfect!

    On a walk today my friend and I were just talking about abortion and how it pisses us both off that the term pro-life was taken over. I always say, I am pro-life and Pro-choice.

    I am excited to share this article with my friend.

    Thanks! Love to us all!

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