"House of the Healing" Collective of Urban Indigenous Birth Workers + Cultural Workers. Supporting Families through Birth and Transitions as rites of passages.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Strengthening bonds of Sisterhood...
Today’s modern society tends to portray girls, womben and the relationship among each other as conflicted, conniving, and often selfish. Today’s entertainment and media promote shows like "Barbie, Life in the Dreamhouse" which depict the interaction between Barbie, her friends and sisters as a circle of drama and competition. These examples of toxic interaction among young womben disguised as comedy create a deep impact in the mind of young audiences and can even damage a girl’s self-confidence and cultural and social interaction. Our ancient ways however, teach us about each person’s special spirit and individuality. In the life of womben, a strong bond of sisterhood and respect is part of everyday life, creating a healthy environment for social and spiritual development in which each man and womban achieves their full potential. Let’s not forget to teach our children real human values and the love for themselves, their environment and humanity itself. Through this path we have a better chance of ensuring the continuation of human life on Earth.
Love, Knowledge and Light. To all my Relations.