Just Tuesday

Art by Maria Chambers

In the 3D world, women are not trusted to determine if a man’s behavior is inappropriate. They are not trusted at their word. If that word is no, or variations of it. They are not trusted to choose what they want to do with their own body. People actually think that millions of women who seek abortions are murderers.  Or, at the very least, are incapable of making appropriate decisions concerning her own body.

Currently women’s reproductive rights are being eroded, state by state, and many fear that abortion will soon be illegal here in the United States.  Millions of women worldwide are tired of her own bodily autonomy being anyone’s business but her own.

O.K. this doesn’t sound like anything new.  This is, in our current political and social and cultural climate, just Tuesday.

Many people think that a woman can’t determine for herself what is best for her. Or, they think she is being selfish and putting her own needs ahead of a fetus. Which is the worst of sins, apparently.

Even though scientifically that fetus is a clump of cells, those cells are now given personhood rights. Those cells now have more rights than the woman.

Rest assured these anti-choice people don’t truly believe that those cells are a souled being, or that all life is sacred. Many of these same people believe in war, in the death penalty, in killing another human in self-defense, and are not interested in the quality of life of those babies once they are born.

Or of children and babies ripped from their mothers’ arms and put in detention centers.

These people want to oppress the human rights of women, pure and simple. They will dress it up in religious clothing, yet even the Bible states that abortion is acceptable in many cases. But most of these anti-choice zealots haven’t bothered to crack open the Good Book.

I can’t blame them. It’s not a page turner.

But the age-old idea of women being valued for their wombs still ranks pretty high among the conservatives.  They keep dusting it off and putting in into their political rhetoric…..that coupled with the old concept of women’s virtue is in suffering and sacrificing.  Ye Good Olde Family Values.

But there is also something else going on.  And it’s nothing new.  The fear of women rising in power in society. Women gaining rights has always been met with a counter-revolution by the patriarchy.


Art by Maria Chambers

A few of us of the female gender incarnated this lifetime to end the pain and suffering within ourselves. As far as we are concerned, when it comes to the old story of women’s role in society, the buck stops here, with us.

We knew we were coming to a planet that was still very patriarchal. We also knew that the new leaders are women. We knew that it would be very challenging being here in the female gender.  Many of us naturally got caught up in the roles and behaviors and attitudes of the patriarchy ourselves.  Which is not a bad thing.  It gave us compassion for what other women are experiencing.

But we knew before we came here that this was the optimal time to introduce a radical change in consciousness. The time of the Divine Feminine.

We are not necessarily involved in the 3D version of feminism.  In fact, what we are doing is not about pushing against anything.  It’s all about self-acceptance, self-love and self-respect.  It’s about acknowledging our Soul, and our multidimensional self.

And make no mistake, it is radical.  A woman embodying her Christ consciousness on a patriarchal planet isn’t something you see every day.  And when I say embody, I mean being fully sensual and filled with spirit.  Allowing our soul to shine through our eyes and flow through our physical body.

And in order to do that we are letting go of that old story of pain and suffering. We are letting go of wet-nursing the fragile male ego, no longer assuaging the male anger, and letting go of holding energies for those who can’t do it for themselves.

We are releasing generations, eons of DNA that dictated women are the emotional caregivers for the planet.  It all has to go.

This Planet hasn’t yet accepted women as full human beings.  And many women don’t feel safe to be themselves.  Even in today’s world, women who embrace their sensual nature are seen as seductresses, and worse.


Growing up many of us females were on guard.  We sensed we had to behave in certain ways especially around the male gender in order to feel safe.  Not consciously, but it was a default type of response.

I was a naturally expressive young woman, and my friendly behavior was often misunderstood by males as an invitation for sexual contact.

So over time I would try to sensor in small and large ways how I talked, acted, and dressed so that I wouldn’t inadvertently elicit a response from men.

I would launch into my caretaking role with people, especially men so I wouldn’t provoke any anger.  But inevitably my openness would emerge, and inevitably someone would try to take advantage of it.

For the longest time I thought there was something wrong with me.  That it was a character flaw.   The need to over-nurture others.   I felt uncomfortable with people, never feeling safe to be myself.  As a child, in school, college, work, and even with friends and family.

But it didn’t stop me from having many experiences in life, and I was quite adventurous, maybe because I wanted to overcome those insecurities.  But there was an inner conflict.

Many of us didn’t have the support we would have loved from those closest to us.

We were barraged with a consciousness that treated the female gender like second-class citizens.  We would laugh at sexist jokes, shrug off sexual harassment, not even consider reporting sexual assault, and in so many ways allow the male gender to subtly and not so subtly demean us.

Misogyny was so normalized that there was a part of us that believed we deserved it.


Art by Maria Chambers

While many people do see women as equal human beings, there is still a long way to go.  And as essential as laws and policies are, they can’t change hearts and minds.

That is mostly up to the female gender that has been oppressed for so long.  It is time for her to change her own heart.  To let go of carrying the shame and guilt.

The masculine has been shaming and blaming the feminine for so much for far too long.  To the point where even she has come to accept, internalize and normalize that attitude.

But it is now up to her to begin the inner journey toward real and lasting change.  To unburden herself of her past.  From her galactic story that has her feeling shame and guilt because the masculine felt abandoned by her.

But that shame and guilt are not serving her.  And it’s not serving all of humanity either.

So, if you feel tired, that could be one reason.

Not all women who are in the process of Embodied Enlightenment necessarily relate to this message. We are each unique in our ascension process.  Each one of us is here at this time for various reasons, and each of those reasons should be celebrated.  However we choose to express our soul, it profoundly influences all that is.

But if you do resonate with it, with being here to shift consciousness as a woman, celebrate what you are doing, because it is revolutionary. Because what you are offering is a human woman who is embodying the Christ consciousness, who is balanced in her masculine and feminine.  And that is the template that others, especially women, can use to create their own version of freedom.

And in turn, that sets all of humanity free, a soul at a time.  And in ALL THAT IS we call that Tuesday.

Enjoy California From Smell The Roses

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13 thoughts on “Just Tuesday

  1. trickykitty555

    Before I comment, let me be on record to say, YES to pro-choice!!! Absolutely! Let there be no hypocrisy in the core principle and scope of what that means. I grieve that “Pro-choice” has evolved to only mean “I stand for abortion.” How narrow and disempowering this has come to be in terms of something so fundamental an inalienable right in our country; that being “Freedom.” Yes, I am pro-Freedom.

    I am a nurse. In school, we were taught certain histories about specific elements that effect human beings; women being the equal/equivalent half of being human. Regarding what I learned in health history, one term that is used that still, to this day makes my blood boil with fury, is “Back Alley Abortion.” I say, “NO MORE OF THAT!” If women’s rights were ever suppressed to such a degree as to ban abortions (again), then we’d be right back to back alley abortions, death…sorrow and no way to really address the fact that accidental/unintentional pregnancy DOES occurred in people not prepared or willing to take on that responsibility of bearing children despite the fact that bearing children is normal, natural and essential for continued human life on Earth. Both these principle are active amongst all who share this responsibility: Being responsible for prudent choices to not have children or to have children; having the freedom, choice and resources to make these choices.

    It is also unfortunate that the issue is so debated, and every single time we have a major election coming up between our two party system then “Pro-Choice” becomes this…pivotal corner stone of conflict between the parties and sexes. In reality, however, it really isn’t a gender based issue because there is such conflict about the issue even within each gender; both men and woman feel strongly one way or the other about it. Hell, my husband and I have had some terrible arguments over this issue (we are gay men by the way – How about THAT as an over coffee discussion (laughing).

    Maria, I really want to tip my hat to you about what you’ve written here. It’s a monumental topic! I think it is an essential human subject that needs to be kept going because I don’t know if we will see it reconciled in our life time, but it is the courage in keeping it a live conversations that will help maintain the balance.

    I am pro-choice, and for that to be for real, then “Choice” must be maintained. Us all being human and having to live with one another with some degree of compromise, we need to continually work toward maintaining a fair representation to all concerned so that no one feels their choice is taken; that what is available for the greater good is kept ethical and balance to such a degree that history, culture, gender…even religion and faith may be honored by all those participating in a free society.

    It takes an ongoing and honest discussion to assure that. I’m glad you are opening the forum to allow that.

    Peace and Love in Spirit.

  2. trickykitty555

    Also: “Pro-choice” is the greater operating truth (or at least the exalted spirit in its meaning is) because it automatically includes “Pro-life.” Like…DUH! (Shaking head with exasperation toward narrow minded ignorance and unthinking/reasoning biased) So be it. As you say…”It’s not new.” LOL

    1. Yes, T.K., I like how you stated it…..

      ‘Also: “Pro-choice” is the greater operating truth (or at least the exalted spirit in its meaning is) because it automatically includes “Pro-life.”’

      And, yes, abortion is certainly not a gender issue, it’s a human rights issue. And there are plenty of non-females who support choice, thank goddess. Lol. In fact, as you know, and as we have often discussed here in the community, the feminine is often attacked in any gender that is courageous enough to embrace it.

      In more abstract terms, the patriarchy by definition has disowned its own feminine, and at a terrible cost.

      And women who embrace that patriarchy are often the strongest opponents of feminism and pro-choice. And that’s because they fear they will lose the most if they can no longer depend upon that patriarchy to protect her.

      There is a weird saying, that men’s biggest fear is being laughed at, and women’s biggest fear is being killed by a man. In other words, those who are the most adamant about preserving the status quo, both men and women, are the most fearful of change…..even if that change actually helps to free them.

      Not everyone is ready for their freedom, regardless of what they may be telling you.

      Freedom is an awesome responsibility, isn’t it? It can make some run back to their prison cells.

      Thanks for your perspective. It’s much appreciated.

  3. trickykitty555

    Maria, I am married to a “Pro-life” man. In our early debates (oh hell! They weren’t debates as much as thunderous power struggles that always ended it frigid cold silence that lasted a few days (laughing).

    By and by, we went into a communications counseling class, and we actually used the learned tools during one of these core arguments. He has three children by a previous marriage. He was raised Catholic. It took time to tease out the “Why” of his powerful stance and argument; what his “Truth” is about it. I had to come to the realization that his truth did not oppose mine at all; nor did mine oppose his. NOT AT ALL!!

    His truth is still testimony of the very real life he lived and still lives. It stands to reason, for it represents him. He may live in that! He’s still living.

    And so am I.

    Odd how these two truths operate in the same house hold; and there is love here…in our freedom to live in our respective truths together.

    I figure if he and I can do it, so can every one else. What it takes is courage to be open and learn to communicate well…and accept and still love regardless and for the sake of what it is to have freedom…which is real choice.

    Bless you.


  4. I agree, many truths can co-exist with one another. And even in intimate relationships there can be differing opinions and still a deep love and respect for one another.

    But when it comes to the current political situation, it’s not working. Let’s just say in a democracy that idea looks good on paper.

    In fact, the framers of the constitution and the Declaration of Independence were going for that truth, at least in theory, that all men (yeah, they were still pretty resistant to feminism back then) were created equal, and you know, that whole pursuit of happiness thing….where under the law everyone gets to freely practice their own religion as long as it doesn’t attempt to control others.

    That whole pie in the sky dream of the separation of church and state.

    But somewhere along the way, church and state had an affair, got married, and before you could sing praise the lord and pass the ammunition, those religious ‘values’ were getting entrenched in policy.

    So under the guise of freedom of religion protection, some businesses and institutions were given permission to not provide public services to gays. And it gave permission for doctors to refuse administering medical procedures to patients who may be trans, or gay, or to a woman who have had an abortion.

    Freedom of religion seems to trump human rights,

    It also effectively closed down hundreds of abortion clinics, and made it almost impossible for thousands of women to obtain safe and affordable abortions. Religious freedom, directly and indirectly, has been weaponized against women’s human rights.

    And while it would be wonderful if the powers to be could sit down and have a humane discussion about pro-choice and pro-life, there doesn’t seem to be anything left to discuss.

    And sadly, many of these political conservatives, and even some of the centrist liberals are more interested in keeping their donors happy than in LGBTQ or women’s reproductive freedom.

    But, as we know, things need to get really stretched to the max before change takes place. And, really, in a 3D reality, it seems that evolution is slow. So be it. What’s the rush anyway? 💜

  5. trickykitty555

    “like” is an understatement of what you just said! I love that you said that! LOVE IT!

    Let it all out! You and we see from above, see the 3D delay (as what time causes). Don’t think I’m not grudging and bemoaning time as deeply as any. I am! There is that part of us that ascends for our higher view of the dismal human life.

    And for now, we descend back down to to work our way up in our best “Ideal Life.”

    I wonder if the founding (don’t hate me for this) “Fathers” weren’t up there quite a bit, and as we still do, they also had to descend back into time and grudge and push their way through the messes that were (and still are being) passed down generation after generation. While doing so…I think their intentions struggled in their own way to nudge and push and grind through entrenchment; breaking and chipping away at history.

    OMG! From that point hundreds of years later “Women’s Right” finally included voting, FOR GOD’S sake! It took that long??

    But time marches on, and things are speeding up I dare say. Then abortion 40 years after. Then minority’s rights in hot pursuit. Then gay rights (right about the time of the AIDS epidemic…blessing or curse?! Duality SUCKS!!!)

    Now it’s gender rights (with discovery Of more then the biological two we’ve always known).

    Is it coming fast enough? Too fast? Not fast enough?


    Dunno nuthin’ about that, but I do know that this sort of discussion needs to stay active! I think the passion of every angle should keep its voice alive if for any reason then to see what is out there; keep our eye on it.

    It’s the silence that scares the hell
    Out of me; requires silent consequence to pounce; we being unprepared and taken a-back when it happens. THAT is very uncomfortable!

    Personally I want people to hear all of it!

    Your testimony is powerful and shared by many. It is from the echoing voices of generation and generations of tremendous injustice and atrocities by “Man-Kind.”

    Men have also experienced this by their own hand upon themselves for exactly every single point you made (shaking head).

    But like I said, time is speeding up. Things are happening FAST! Some may think we are regressing! I don’t agree with this.

    We are going back, but I think it’s in a way that is making sure all the details are taken care of.

    I got the ADD! It’s ironic that I am, for once, willing to concede to this dubious process of going back over what was gone through too quickly the first time; in hope to make it better this time.

    Still takes time. (GROAN). And gotta keep that powerful message front and center!

    You did it right!

    1. I like what you are saying, and the perspective of going over it again to get it right. And I agree, my friend. Things are speeding up. And even within a 3D reality, there is an opportunity, one could call it a potential, for a healing and an acceleration that hasn’t been able to happen before.

  6. susan moore

    love it!!!

    On Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 10:26 AM Soulsoothinsounds’s Blog wrote:

    > soulsoothinsounds posted: ” In the 3D world, women are not trusted to > determine if a man’s behavior is innapropriate. They are not trusted at > their word. If that word is no, or variations of it. They are not trusted > to choose what they want to do with their own body. People actual” >

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