“Women have been sacrificed throughout history, yet we women are today sacrificing the feminine on a large scale within. And then we are blaming the masculine. We want to offer our deepest apologies to man for all the hurt we have caused you.

We carry anger for past abuse, and unconsciously we are punishing the masculine even when you show up as love. We lead you on and reject you sexually. In our wounds we don’t see and honor your sexuality as sacred and beautiful. In this way we are feeding into the cycle of wounding between the genders.

We have denied our power, given it away, blamed you for taking it and we have forgotten to embrace our femininity. Through various conditioning of society and not following our hearts, wombs and intuition to flourish and blossom, through our forgetfulness and avoidance we have denied both men and women liberation.

In our bitterness and feminine starvation we empower ourselves by making you small and ridiculous. We speak of the masculine with contempt and disrespect and instead we took it upon ourselves to compete with men, when this was a futile competition to start with.

We want to loudly and clearly commit to supporting each others as sisters to break these destructive patterns so that we all, both men and women can re-member, re-integrate, re-marry, and re-unite with awakening love to create the balance and harmony on earth we all so deserve. Now is the time.”
~ Chameli Ardagh & Stella Fairbairn

Healing is an inside job beginning with the integration of all aspects of our selves, it necessitates us to take full responsibility and to step out of a victim mindset regardless of gender.
We have to learn to address the dysfunctionalities of our relationships and world without reverting into blame, shame and guilt which so conveniently spare us to own our shadow and part in co-creating what we are lamenting.
Rising from our woundings does not lead us past survival to thriving and peace if we do not honor and unite the masculine and feminine we hold within, which will lead to honoring and finding common ground without.

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