Age of Women Men
Age of Women Men grant agency to women. They recognize a woman is a person, not a thing. Someone to reckon with, not something to use. Persons have agency, or personal authority, and more, they have a connection to the highest authority within, one’s own true North, the deeper movement in personal destiny and calling.
Age of women men
“A man or woman of Knowledge is more powerful than the world, for what can the world claim from them?” —Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 13: Spiritual Community
Age of Women Men grant agency to all humans.
“The man and woman of Knowledge choose to deal with what exists instead of denying what exists. They do this in order to maintain their self-determination.”– Relationships and Higher Purpose, Chapter 8: The Problem of Evil and the Forces of Dissonance
Women at the Age of Women
To be a woman at the Age of Women is to claim your agency.
“The man or woman of Knowledge … is going somewhere, surrounded by people who are standing and waiting.”–Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 7: Freedom
The Age of Women man or woman has:
- time freedom to stop and ask the hard question: What really matters?
- intellectual freedom to stay with that question
- personal freedom to be able to move with the steps involved in answering the question
- freedom from cultural expectation
None of these can be completely escaped, there’s the challenge.
All of these freedoms are only achieved to a certain degree while we remain in the state of Separation. While we have form and communicate, we are participating to some degree to the illusion of Separation, and it is not entirely an illusion.
“I want you to know here that I am giving you only part of the picture. Your understanding must always be incomplete. As soon as it is complete, you have stopped learning. Do not try to be comfortable with a complete cosmology where nothing new can come in. ‘My theories now cover every gap.’ The man or woman of Knowledge does not know what the hell is going on!” –Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 35: Achieving Peace
The Age of Women woman has claimed her personal authority. She has achieved sufficient mastery in the hierarchy of needs–and should never glorify her own agency in achieving that, having received the benefit of many contributors to that freedom.
“Their problem is discernment because a person of Knowledge is going somewhere, surrounded by people who are standing and waiting.” Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 7: Freedom
Having achieved enough security at sufficient levels on Maslow’s hierarchy of need
So much does depend on the giving of those who have gone before…
“Survival is not the main concern for the man and woman of Knowledge. They are in a position to contribute to life because they possess what life here does not have, and so they have a life that is not impoverished. They are individuals who are in a position to give meaning to the world. They are not grandiose, yet this meaning can flow from them.” —Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 23: Forgiveness
To all the mothers of the baby boom after human kind decided it was o.k. to launch nuclear weapons.
All of their children, then must face humanity’s greatest hour.
The age of women man or woman do not . . .
- They do not need to have others always speaking of their greatness and how wonderful they are.–”Living The Way of Knowledge”, Chapter 8: Building Spiritual Community (LTW8)
- They do not need to have their specific abilities touted and celebrated. (LTW8)
- They do not need to be the center of attention.” (LTW8)
- “The man or woman of Knowledge does not … need constant approval.”The man or woman of Knowledge does not know what the hell is going on!” —Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 35: Achieving Peace
- “The man and woman of Knowledge are not preoccupied with what things look like. They are only concerned with the task at hand.” WVI, Chapter 3: Greater Community
. . . avoid Dialogue
“The man and woman of Knowledge do not generate conflict but only find meaningful ways to work with conflict to support and to foster resolution in life.”– Relationships and Higher Purpose, Chapter 8: The Problem of Evil and the Forces of Dissonance
. . . fail to Concentrate
“The man or woman of Knowledge who has cultivated Knowledge is not concerned with what is non-essential. Everything in life is very pronounced. It is very active. Even in meditation, things are very active. These people live in a vibrant world, not a world of dull pain and weak hopes.” —Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 33: Provoking Change
“The man and woman of Knowledge will go about their work regardless of circumstances, and if the world in general is no better at the end of their life, what does it matter? They gave all.” —WVI, Chapter 13: Spiritual Community
To experience the sense of knowing that results, listen to this song and understand these people existed and the story went down about the way he tells it here. #iPnosis — feel the scene.
All quotes found at http://www.newmessage.org/wiki/Man_and_woman_of_Knowledge