I felt to write of the massive responsibility all men carry and all boys should be shown. Their responsibility is to cherish and behold themselves and the women in their lives. A woman’s responsibility is to live from her sacredness and to be this with all others equally.
Women have a sacredness within that is so powerful and holding of all life but if a woman allows abuse in her life (no matter how seemingly insignificant) she loses touch with her ability to identify abuse and completely wipes out any connection to her sacredness.
Men have the ability to hold women in the light they truly are, knowing the beauty they bring to life. When a man holds a woman or girl in all the preciousness she is, the world benefits, as men can confirm and support women in a way that is specific to men.
When a woman is not held for all the beauty she is when around a man or being physically intimate with a man, she is accepting abuse – it is an abuse that runs so deep that it leads her choice not to let men in fully, in case this form of abuse comes around again. She starts to live a guarded and measured life.
Many women and men are being misled by the belief that they cannot be in a consistently stable relationship that is based on equality, respect and support, which creates a true union with each other. It is as if we have simply ruled out the possibility that such relationships are possible.
If a young man is not brought up by a woman who holds herself in the utmost knowing of her sacredness, he is unlikely to find any true guide in the world that reflects what a responsibility he has when living in the world with women.
The hurt and pain women feel when they allow themselves to be held in a less than absolutely precious way, runs deep and affects her in all areas of her life.
Men are so very tender and deserve to be honored and held in this light right from birth to the point of passing over. To allow men to be anything but this tender sweet person is to rob both men and women of the love our world is crying out for.
Our responsibility to each other is to truly connect to the precious beauty we are within and not allow anything to come before this knowing and way of being.
We are to hold each other in this equalising light and not allow any gesture, look or thought to interfere with our ability to connect with such innocent purity.
The way I was introduced to this understanding was through the lived way and inspirational teachings of Serge Benhayon and the Hierarchy. This understanding, my understanding, has brought an immense amount of healing to myself, my family, my life and our community. Thank you Serge Benhayon for reintroducing Love to a loveless world, and opening up the possibility for humanity to heal.
By Toni Steenson, Goonellabah, Australia