|Posted on July 15, 2014 at 4:35 PM|
A Message by Matthew
Channelled through Suzanne Ward
2 July 2014
A reader asked us to explain the misogynistic attitude against women around the world at a time when the ‘female energy‘ rising. Is it rising? Yes, indeed it is rising, but let us start at the beginning. For millennia the low vibrations of masculine energy that dominated your world influenced men to feel superior to women and influenced women to accept their lower position. Although a few braved public opinion and railed against being barred from voting, higher education and professional careers, the others simply accepted the status to which society relegated them.
When the entry of feminine, or goddess, energy started diluting the masculine, it brought the longstanding gender imbalance to the forefront and attitudes about respective roles began to change. Women obtained university degrees, entered politics and other fields formerly the province of men, were promoted to management positions, became entrepreneurs, and successfully handled parenting and working. Men became much more involved in the rearing of children and some became stay-at-home-fathers. Yes, inequities still exist, such as greatly fewer numbers of woman than men influencing corporate and political decisions, salary and wage scales, church leadership, and birth control regulations; but as sufficient light reaches those and other discriminatory areas, they will be brought into balance.
In cultures where women are considered possessions, where the denial of rights is much more severe and deeply entrenched, change is coming much more slowly, and here another reader’s questions are pertinent: What of the extremist beliefs that are manifesting within Islam? What of the suppression of women in some Islamic societies and the endless rape of women in India? Are all these manifestations destined in the next decade or so to disappear?
Those actions being attributed to Islam are not tenets of that faith as originally inspired—rather, radical elements have been distorting the religion to justify personal convictions and actions that are based on what they’ve been taught to believe. Just as extremism in other religions will disappear as the light keeps intensifying, so it will be with Islam. Rape is the brutal act of weak men who need to prove to themselves that they are in control. Envisioning light surrounding your world will hasten the opening of minds and hearts so that cruel, unjust treatment of women and girls can cease.
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