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Fierce Love is transformed anger. Many of us think anger is bad and we either suppress it into our shadow or express anger in toxic ways. Any emotion felt and not expressed blocks our ability to love and forgive ourselves. It stunts our spiritual growth and delays our return to Oneness. Women bought into the victim role because women’s divine feminine essence has been repressed and almost obliterated under patriarchy. With this victim role, we unconsciously agreed to play the patriarchal overarching roles of rebel/heretic, whore/temptress and pure/obedient woman. All which adds to our feelings of victimhood. If we allow ourselves to accept and express anger in healthy non-destructive ways, it leads to complete awareness that we are not victims. Through recognizing our anger, we can feel it and then transmute it into fierce divine love.
Fierce love helps us forgive the unforgivable and love the unlovable. According to A Course of Miracles (ACIM) people are either expressing love or asking for love. People who are acting in harmful ways are asking for love even if they don’t realize it. We are not being asked to forgive harmful behavior. However, we can access our compassionate love and realize those causing hurt have been severely traumatized and unconsciously are asking for love not punishment. This feels extremely difficult to do in our current world where so much hate and violence still exists. Yet the energy of unconditional love is the only way we can create the new earth. Love will always win out. Therefore a new world based on love finds a way to draw a circle around those in pain and causing harm. No one is left out of this circle of love. This is fierce love.
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“There will come a day when people of all races, colors and creeds will put aside their difference. They will come together in love, joining hands in unification, to heal the Earth and all Her children. They will move over the Earth like a great Whirling Rainbow, bringing peace understanding, and healing everywhere they go. Many creatures thought to be extinct or mythical will resurface at this time; the great trees that perished will return almost overnight. All living things will flourish, drawing sustenance from the breast of our Mother, the Earth.”
-Navajo-Hopi Prophecy of the Whirling Rainbow
The Sky Grandmothers radiate fierce unconditional love and radical compassion for the Divine Mother’s children. They help heal each person’s inner child to return us to the purity and innocence of our heart. Universal Grandmothers as emissaries of the Sky Grandmothers are immersed in the warmth and healing powers of rainbow energy, the many colors of the multiverse.
The Sky Grandmother’s representative on earth is the Divine Feminine Ascended Master, White Buffalo Woman. She represents indigenous wisdom and assists in the awakening of all humanity. The Sky Grandmothers represent many indigenous faith traditions all over the world. They include: Grandmother Spider also called Changing Woman, the indigenous thirteen original clan mothers, Anna the grandmother of Yeshua, the Celtic Goddess Bridgid and a great many more.
Women are wakening once again to our ancient wisdom radiated by the Sky Grandmothers. We are weaving this wisdom to see the light in all Sophia God’s children, young and old. It feels easy to love all people because we have regained our inherent wisdom as Observer. We can step back and hold each person in our loving embrace no matter what is happening with them, no matter how much they are struggling, no matter how lost they are. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
Meditation And Affirmation
In Life is a Song of Love I offer after each movement/section As within So Without Meditations. This involves self-inquiry questions to aid in healing our distorted perceptions and our shadow- self buried within our inner child. To center myself I start with the following.
I encourage writing in a journal about your inquiry work. I find the following questions helpful to frame your inquiry work.
Can I love myself enough to forgive myself?
Can I forgive myself enough to love myself?