Voices of the women in Ireland
There is a voice stirring in Ireland like a quiet revolution stirring. As if Ireland has woken up to her feminine energy.In the past few weeks we have seen a sea of women skinny dip into the Guinness World Records.They did what they feared supporting those fighting cancer.
More women from the Magdeline laundries unmasked the hurt, the humiliation, the slave like labour that was forced upon them. The voices speak of anxiety, extreme hurt, pain and they come together in a mighty and powerful and beautiful way helping one another.There is a unity
in the voices, an energy that is beautiful. A powerful energy. Voices that call for justice all being heard.Ireland is coming out of the dark ages into the light. The feminine light shows her light on wrong-doings, injustice.
Somehow the outpouring of love and understanding and compassion that we feel for these women makes things real in what often appears like a false world of plastic and fastness where the app is more important than the application of justice and love.
Whatever is happening in Ireland, it is as if the feminine energy has come into play and unmasking the unspoken, unearthing the buried secrets, upturning the Church and state run organisations, digging up the weeds of secrecy and anxiety and at last crying for healing together.
Individually and collectively this feminine energy is plugged in to what is right and it is powerful.
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When I was out walking my hair flapped like one of those dogs with long ears. I lasted five months. Then drastic measures had to be taken.
As we become so familiar with the word “restrictions” where we are all asked to control our actions which limit us is many ways. How could you turn that into a positive?
As we move forward from this pandemic we are asked to continue to stay in our own bubble as much as possible. We can visit family and friends but being mindful of washing our hands and continuing to wear masks and keep that social distance of two metres.
We have all gotten used to wearing masks (the physical ones). We have been used to masks on an emotional level too. Each of us wear masks to hide our true feelings. The “I’m fine” mask is well known.
This morning I woke up, showered and dressed. As I put on my shoes, I didn’t notice the pebble there.
My watch pings. My phone vibrates. My email dings. It’s as if there is a message everywhere every moment saying something like “hurry I’m speaking to you – can you not hear the vibrations – get stressed – I’m important – answer me – be at my beck and call – now – now – now – vibration – vibration – vibration.