Pachamama – The Divine Feminine Energy

January 28, 2013 | By

Jeff Anthony, Guest Writer
Waking Times

Remember when you were a kid, and something bad happened at school or on the playground. All you wanted to do was run home to Mama! Well, maybe it’s time to do that again. You see, now is the time in the development of our collective consciousness that we should run home to Pachamama! What is Pachamama? “Pachamama is a goddess revered by the indigenous people of the Andes. Pachamama is usually translated as Mother Earth, but a more literal translation would be ‘Mother world’…” (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pachamama) She can also be thought of as Gaia, a source of Divine Feminine energy and a haven for creativity.

We must run home and embrace Mama and remember who we are, where we come from,  and why we are here! The reason for this sudden urge to run to Mama is because right now is the awakening of the Divine Feminine. This can, and will, cause a lot of confusion and frustration in both women and men. I’m a man, and speaking from the male perspective – in order for the Divine Feminine consciousness to awaken in us, we must let go! As men, we strive to achieve power, to control our lives, and to give things structure. We tend to glorify this over our imagination, creativity, and passion!

We must let go of control to foster imagination, and honor the Divine Feminine. This Divine Feminine energy is a part of all of us; it is where we develop and create new ideas, concepts and dreams. Now is the time to allow these things to come into our lives. It can be difficult because we must make space for these things to come in, and that means letting go of old ways of thinking and doing things. It also means not worrying so much about order, structure and routine. You know, loosen up a bit and allow, allow, allow… with oceans of loving forgiveness and leniency!

 

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~ by desertrose on January 28, 2013.

4 Responses to “Pachamama – The Divine Feminine Energy”

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  3. very nice posting
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