In honor of Women's History Month, we reflect upon the historical and present day observation of the Dailai Lama.
The Dailai Lama raises consciousness by sharing his wisdom and knowledge about the role of women in society as well as how oppression of the emotional conscious female species has caused an abundance of “emotion-less” or non-affectionate people and/or persons in society.
In the short less than 18 minute film titled, The Power of Women, the Dailai Lama exposes the materialistic motivated education system and how highly developed countries boast education success while high suicide rates among youth is at a steady increase.
The Dailai Lama raises consciousness by questioning why residents of American cities with the largest population commonly admit that they feel, “lonely.” He relates such feelings with the problem of “too much competition” and further infers that competition breeds suspicion and distress; Combined, he further suggests, suspicion and distress give birth to feelings of, loneliness.
Overall, feminine power has been suppressed and pushed to the bottom of societies list of “honors” but it is up to each and every individual to honor and acknowledge the feminine, the women of society and set the feminine spirit free.
Every woman is responsible for honoring her female and feminine self and energy, often times, growing up in a world that is not only unwelcoming of feminine energy but also is extremely harsh to it, many women learn to navigate through tough times by being tough, sometimes even tougher than some men.
Women need to be allowed to dwell within their feminine grace free of abuse, free of neglect, free of harassment, free of oppression. There should be a universal- NO HAM order out on the energy of feminine.
A world engulfed in emotion would be a place of brotherhood, of sisterhood, free of mindless violence and homicide inter and extra-culturally.
In the film, the Dailai Lama affirms that “females are biologically more sensitive than males” and he further moves to share that amongst his own siblings-they, “never saw their mother’s angry face.”
In honor of Women’s History Month, please be willing to view the short, less than 18 minute film in its entirety. You may feel that the Dailai Lama’s accent is a bit heavy but, when you began to actively listen, you will find that his accent is actually very light.
We honor the feminine energy and will dig deep into the essence of that energy in future articles.