Female, Divine Leadership
In this moment in time, women, those born into female body suits, must remember the Original Female Mission of Divine Leadership, and it NOT about birthing children!
Their assignment was to solve an Ancient problem. If Females act, we, humanity, will be freed. If not, we will continue the death fall. The Call into Divine, Soul Mission often comes in the form of a crisis, danger, disease or breakdown.
What is happening is actually a call to Greatness!
Will Women Pull IT Off?
Sharon Riegie Maynard
Twenty seven years ago, I saw the repeating cycles of patterns that kept my friends and clients trapped in pain, fear and limited lives. Looking for answers beyond what I then knew, I went to my Spiritual Teachers in the worlds of the unseen and asked questions, questions that lead me into understandings and experiences very unique in our world of controlled consciousness. It took me upstream of the problems, around the bend into what had been kept hidden from humanity for eons. Those answers have made it possible for me to bring freedom to my students and clients in very powerful ways.
What is happening in our world today it a reflection of the truths and traumas that have been hidden. Unless you work upstream and in the hidden, the end results will only escalate.
The question I asked in 1990 is the missing question in today's world. The one that allowed my Spiritual Teachers to open doors. It is, "What is the CAUSE of Humanities pain with the continued cycling that prevents lives that reflect the Great Good of our Nature?"
My second question was, "And, Where can I go to learn in order to free my clients?"
What I was told challenged my thinking, old dogmas, and my social circles. I acted as a scientist. I took the new ideas into the laboratory of life and they caused powerful changes.
I found that I agreed with Albert Einstein and Buckminster Fuller.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
― R. Buckminster Fuller