Past time for change
The place of women in Catholicism and Islam has always been very explicit, that is to be mothers and doormats for the men, to be hidden out of sight and if they dare to stray from this path, they are punished. In light of our supposed civilisation, it’s a source of shame that we still give special privileges to these religious groups and continue to demean women.
We are not sure when patriarchy began but it was probably one day when some man was in a bad mood, maybe he stubbed his toe, maybe he was sad and depressed for some reason and blamed his mother for bringing him into the world. There no way
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Enlightenment does not discriminate!!
Women can achieve Buddhahood, the story of Yeshe Tsogyal
Yeshe Tsogyal who lived between 757 and 817 was the consort of the great Indian tantric teacher Padmasambhava, the founder-figure of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Nyingma tradition considers her equal in realization to Padmasambhava himself and both the Nyingma and Karma Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism recognize Yeshe Tsogyal as a female Buddha.
The meditational practices related to her stress her enlightened aspect, and are similar in form to tantric deity practices in general. She is sometimes equated with the deities Vajravārāhī, Tārā and Sarasvatī.
The spiritual biography of The Lady Yeshe Tsogyel is an important milestone in Western understanding of the Tantric tradition.
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She is sensual, grounded and connected to her own source of power. She walks with the confidence and grace of a sexually sovereign woman, connected to the well of Divine. She does not look for a man to complete her, she is whole woman, she is already complete.
She is opening to a new way of loving him, her lover, her man, because now she loves herself. She is free because she remembers he is not her source of love, she knows the Divine is her source.
She is shame less, she loves her body as it is, her voluptuous curves, her full breasts. She cherishes her soft belly and womb as a source of her Shakti, healing
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