I continue to feel many emotions rising up for healing, my own as well as the collective emotional wounds of women everywhere all around the globe.
This video clip below is a beautiful example of the SHIFT that is happening on our planet.
This is a compassionate yet empowering response from a man to a women who is standing up and speaking her truth with divine courage.
This is how men can meet our feminine collective wounds around the #metoo campaign.
This is how men can heal the masculine collective wound around sexual abuse and harassment toward women.
Click here to watch the short video clip.
I honour Dr Ford for her divine courage to speak up and share a trauma that has haunted her for decades.
Maybe he was too drunk to remember or blocked it from his memory or is lying through his teeth….I don’t know for sure but either way he could have just said “I am sorry” and that would have been an opening for healing for him as well as for the collective wound for all men everywhere.
Not all men will have the courage to Stand UP Stand OUT and Stand STRONG and take ownership for the behaviour that has plagued many women and girls for far too long.
Many are afraid to break the pattern. Many don’t know how to navigate the raw vulnerability it takes to be honest and say sorry.
Many don’t know how to meet the feminine wounds in all their raw emotional intensity.
I choose to meet their fear with compassion and pray that one day they will gather their own divine courage to tell the truth and say sorry.
To all men everywhere…
I encourage you to listen to the words from the man in this video and learn a new way, a compassionate way, a tender yet empowering way to meet a woman who is a survivor sharing her story.
To all men everywhere, whether you take ownership or not for your part directly or indirectly in this pattern of abuse, I forgive you.
I choose to forgive even in the absence of an apology because that is how women take our power back.
Forgiveness is not about excusing the behaviour of men, it is a choice for love for all women.
Forgiveness allows us to feel our trauma and hurt so we can heal our own wounds as well as contribute to healing the feminine collective wounds.
To all women everywhere…
I feel your grief, hurt, trauma and fear including my own and I am holding your tender hearts with such love and compassion.
If you have shared your story, you are a hero.
If you have found forgiveness, you are a hero.
If you are not ready to forgive, you are a hero.
If you are struggling and hiding in silence, you are a hero.
Whether you have the courage to speak up or not, I stand with YOU.
To all women everywhere, I believe YOU.
I honour YOU.
I see YOU.
I love YOU.
heart hugs and love, Sue xo