As we move into the New Energy, we are discovering that things don’t work the same way as they did in the old, dualistic energy. And it can have us feeling frustrated. But the frustration is actually because we are not used to things being easier. Continue reading
Years ago when in my twenties, I left New Jersey and a controlling Greek father behind, and drove, with a college boyfriend, to a small midwest town named Iron River, Wisconsin.
We lived for almost a year in a small cabin type home in the woods, along with another young couple. What could be more exciting and new?
What started out as just a vacation ended up being more. I worked at the local fishing pole factory, since jobs there were scarce. My days involved wrapping wire around fishing poles, and inadvertently inhaling solvent based glue without proper ventilation. (Back in the early 70’s). Continue reading
This ascension, this embodied enlightenment isn’t what we thought it would be, is it? Early on, we thought now that we have discovered this idea that we are more than these personalities, and these physical bodies, and that we create our own reality, primarily by how we vibrate…if we are feeling good, then more feeling good comes to us. We had discovered the Law of Attraction. We were so excited by this realization. We thought, now I can put this into practice and my life will just steadily improve. I can get healthier, more youthful, attract more money, have loving, supportive relationships and live happily ever after!!! Continue reading
If you’re reading this and resonate with it, you are one of the few who came to this planet to discover who they are, and to change the direction of history. If you are a woman, you came here to become the new role model of the enlightened woman. You were brave enough to make this lifetime the lifetime of change for yourself.
Personally I am done looking for role models of an enlightened woman. Let’s be honest, isn’t it embarrassing how women are still perceived in the world. In this day and age, there are women in certain countries that are still severely oppressed. Add to that the ridiculous depiction of women in the media and in the entertainment world. I keep looking for role models but all I see are Supermodels. Major and minor roles alike in movies and television are showing women as more and more young, glamorous, thin and classically beautiful. I’ve taken to watching more TV shows that originate from England because at least the women are cast as normal looking, and not as glossy magazine runway models.
We have been challenged as women to see our self-worth as either nurturers or emotional and physical caregivers. In order to be taken seriously in the work world, we had to act like a man and embody that mental, competitive edge. Our self-worth has been heavily defined by our body image, which generally can never meet up to the unhealthy standards set by our culture, at least here in the United States.
We’ve come in with a few handicaps. But we also knew that the new spiritual leaders are women. It’s all changing now. Continue reading