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April 16, 2018
As a humanitarian, but I believe especially as a mother, I hold deep compassion for others when they are suffering. Most of us moms can’t go through, pregnancy or adopting, childbirth, nursing, and our children’s lives being threatened by illness or situation without separating ourselves from the manmade, unnecessary drama in the world. Our job is to focus on what is real and right in front of us. I have no time to spend on war, dominators and bullies, or political and religious busy bodies that for some insane and sacrilegious reason feel they have the right to control every womb on the planet. These behaviors---all of them---feel like spoiled little boy and girl luxuries-of-time that most mothers I know do not have, nor have the time to speak out about or protect themselves from.
Being a mom has been my greatest honor, my biggest trial, and my deepest joy. I’ve come to realize over the years that being a woman (anywhere on the spectrum) is a Divine position with a particular calling. The womb is the most sacred temple in the universe; the first home and school to every human who exists; the place where all are anointed by blood and baptized by the salty water as they enter this Earth. One womb temple is given to each female to govern and protect, one womb per female to control. To take charge of another’s womb is likened to stealing. To assume control of all wombs and trade as a commodity at the voting booth for political gain or societal control is, at best, likened to kidnapping and selling on the Black Market.
In plain site and universal language, The Divine speaks clearly. The womb is protectively placed within the cage of the female pelvis where no one else may touch the treasure or steal its eggs with hands or laws. It’s her domain and connection to Wisdom. It’s her responsibility to tap in and know whether she can cope with the sacred duty of bonding, or the threatening physical, emotional, familial, and/or financial challenges of pregnancy and motherhood. It’s hers to determine whether there are already too many mouths to feed or if the tribe needs more members to survive. It’s hers to know if her Creation focus is needed elsewhere rather than producing children. This is a sacred charge. How she is treated by society, matters. Her happiness MATTERS. It's the only thing that matters!
And since no wombs were assigned to the men, then no womb is theirs to govern. Men have not been given the Divine tools and have not bled for one entire week out of every single month since they were adolescents to earn the badge of initiation and preparation. Males are given the sacred seeds. Their Divine assignment is to raise the vibration of how those seeds are spread and to be examples of how protectors of a community do that in a responsible way. The male calling is a focused discipline and devotion to the greater good and healthy future, handed down through the generations.
Whether you think of it as Creation or Creator, it is the Divine Design that gives each female her womb, along with a logical brain and innate wisdom. It’s her sacred assignment. It is a Divine request that she make decisions about the health and wellbeing of her self and family on this physical plane and is depended on to do so. The Divine gave her the job. The Divine has spoken. THAT should be good enough for everyone.
Patriarchal religions have failed these sacred assignments, controlling and co-opting, interfering and interrupting—disregarding the Divine while bullying and manipulating others for their own purposes. Obsessive political and religious busy bodies will never own the sacred womb no matter how hard they try, no matter how many laws they create, no matter how much they abuse, or greedy they become. The sacred temple within each female (and therefore the female herself) is vastly more powerful than all of that. The female has the backing and blessing of The Divine in this matter.
I feel incredibly grateful that I made good decisions in regard to children—I’ve taken my assignment seriously—about when I could create healthy-minded and well-loved human beings, and when I could not. I've made the tough decisions with both. I was given the Divine tools for this, as all females have. - Suz xo
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