the feminine aspect of money

“If you think about it, you will see that it is true.” Vine Deloria, Jr.

Anyone running for a position in this city race will be subject to the long history of improper influence imposed on the public’s trust (governance) by industry and the moneyed few. This is our reality. For the moment.

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I said before “All they have is money”. What I mean by that is “All they have going for them is money”. Their belief system is rooted in money. They believe that their power rests in money. Here is how they miss the whole point of being sovereign, competent human beings on this planet because ALL THEY HAVE IS MONEY.

“If you think about it, you will see that it is true.”

Money is a force. This is for sure. Money, when used properly, is a feminine force. It encourages growth.

“Money, pardon the expression, is like manure. It’s not worth a thing unless it’s spread around, encouraging young things to grow.” Dolly Levi – “Hello, Dolly”

The grandmothers and mothers offered money as a form of gratitude for works or creations. It is a sacred gift. When used as a sacred gift, the feminine form of money increases exponentially, without undue force or coercion. When the force of money is co-opted by the masculine to oppress and manipulate without regard for what is true and right in the universe it becomes a dark force.

All they have going for them is money. What can we do to change the force of their money from oppressive, masculine and manipulative to grateful, growth-inducing, light?

The Choctaws showed what the feminine force behind money is when they gathered what they could, 5 years from having been forced to walk from Georgia to Oklahoma, and they sent what they could to the Irish, who were being oppressed and starved to death – all while food was rotting in storage instead of being used to feed people.

If all they have going for them is money, and we know the feminine power of money used properly, it wouldn’t be that hard for us to change our paradigm.

Don’t bemoan the money. Find the feminine perspective and focus on expanding that.

That’s all I have to say for today.

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Twylia (the 'i' is silent)

~ I am Anishinaabe-kwe with Scottish heritage and Sami DNA. I speak on the behalf of no one but myself. My ancestors inform and guide me. My voice is but one of many who are calling for change. We have much work to do to create a good space for the real human beings who are waiting to be born.

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