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Day 75 - Divine Masculine & Feminine

“Fredrick Douglass spoke people out of slavery and into freedom but Harriet Tubman brought them out because she trusted the divine that much.”

-Jojopah Nsoroma

Fredrick Douglass, the divine masculine, holds the framework of freedom.

Harriet Tubman, the divine feminine, is the embodiment of freedom.

I often tell Tenneson that it's so wonderful to watch him in circle because he shows up and just falls in love with everyone in the circle. I don't do that. I like the people we get to hold and I don't fall in love in the same way, at least not completely while we are in the thick of the journey. But I do take them to freedom and I do get to love them after the journey in a different way. During the journey my only job is to be obedient to spirit. Without the falling in love it makes it easier to take them where we are going. I imagine Harriet having to have a connected detachment to be able to make the trip as many times as she did and when necessary, to shot the ones who tried to turn back.


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Sooo ... as one who has experienced both you and Tenneson in circle, I can say that it touches me deeply to read the words that Tenneson shows up and falls in love with everyone, because I absolutely feel that. I feel seen and held in that love. I just read on another blog a commentary about how "God falls in love with us" just because we are who we are, no expectations for performance or accomplishment. As if we were a magnificent masterpiece. I feel like that in the presence of Tenneson's enthusiast love for me/us ... I feel magnificent and cherished. And in its own way, it helps me to cherish myself even more. AND ... I also…

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