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