People will do almost anything to avoid feeling uncomfortable. But we are in a time of discomfort. Not just as ascension pioneers, but the world at large. The old rules don’t seem to be working anymore in anyone’s world. Nations are uncomfortable with change. With diversity. With more women in power.
Conversations are being avoided around sexual conduct, as many men and even women grapple with long-standing attitudes and behaviors toward the female gender. One company fired a transgender woman for wanting to begin wearing a dress to work. She wore men’s suits as a man.
The employer said they were not comfortable with a man wearing a dress, even though the employee now identifies as a woman.
It’s interesting that women wear men’s clothing all the time and it’s not judged or scrutinized. We ladies can wear men’s trousers, shirts, hats, shoes……and, no one blinks an eye. Why is that? Is it because being more male is seen as a step up in life?
But to be seen as a woman, well, unless you already are female from birth, according to many people, you have what’s coming to you if you become feminine.
To some people seeing two women kiss, well, they want in, but seeing two men kiss is so uncomfortable that they need a safe space.
I will admit, some things make me feel really uncomfortable. And I really do try to run the other way when I see them, to spare myself any discomfort. But I also recognize that the discomfort is MY problem, not the people I happen to be looking at.
But that’s thanks to more awareness. You see, awareness isn’t about being some kind of perfect being who always is kind, understanding and compassionate. Being aware and conscious is about recognizing that we are responsible for how we feel, and no one else.
Being aware and conscious isn’t about rescuing anyone, trying to change anyone, or allowing others to trample our boundaries. When we awaken, we become very discerning.
But, as far as discomfort, well, we know intimately about that, as we feel the discomfort of this transformation in our mind, and our body.
All these weird changes in our body, all the feelings of disconnection with the 3D world, are perfectly natural. Others may begin to feel uncomfortable with where we are in our life. Again, not our problem. They will have to find a way to deal with their own discomfort.
MAKING OTHERS UNCOMFORTABLE
A couple of people in my life that I released keep trying to reassert themselves, hoping that we can resume our relationship. They keep hoping the old Maria will resurface, but that’s not going to happen.
I am no longer that person. And that makes some people very uncomfortable. And angry. And that’s my next point. When the discomfort leads to anger, and worse, violence, it is problematic.
We see that in the world at large, where people’s discomfort is so acute that they need to lash out at those who are perceived as making them uncomfortable.
We see it as the war on women’s rights heats up across the globe. And the discomfort is really about the unwillingness to look within at their own emotions and their own fears.
Anti-abortion groups, which I consider hate groups, are on a crusade to annihilate the feminine. The radical religious right is super uncomfortable with women gaining ground in the world.
Predation is being exposed at every level. The Churches are not able to keep protecting their own, and many people are now feeling uncomfortable as the truth comes out.
The Patriarchy is being exposed for what it is and has always been, and those who believe they have the most to lose are very uncomfortable. But rather than face their own discomfort and see it as an opportunity to go within, to face their fears, they are doubling down on their attempts to silence the feminine.
INITIALLY FREEDOM IS UNCOMFORTABLE
And the female gender has to face a new type of discomfort, as she is being given the opportunity to free herself from the shame and guilt she has been carrying on behalf of humanity. But it requires her to be radical.
She has to set herself free and that means no longer hiding behind her pain and suffering.
It means she will have to deal with many people in her life calling her selfish, or worse. And with more people dropping out of her life, or her leaving behind relationships that no longer bring her joy.
She will have to reclaim her sensuality and her joy. And that may mean making others resentful of her. Because she no longer is interested in playing in drama or suffering with others.
As she lets go of her role as touchstone for others, she will see some people in her life floundering around, some attempting to continue to pull on her energies, and that will make her very uncomfortable.
Letting go of guilt is a process, and initially the mind will try to make her feel even more guilty. But it’s a game that is coming to an end for her.
So, yes, we are living in a time of being uncomfortable. But real change is always uncomfortable initially. And denial and cognitive dissonance can go only so far. Trying to run from the discomfort stops working after awhile. Because there is no where left to hide.
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