Is the idea of sisterhood a divisive idea? 

Question: Kim, your yesterday’s final comment causes misunderstanding for me and did not seem for me complete. I have some clarifying questions. If our life stream is neither male nor female, what is the point of giving teachings that divide people by gender? For example, the idea of a female sisterhood isn’t it a divisive idea? Isn’t bringing people together on the basis of basic humanity regardless of gender a higher idea?


Answer from Kim Michaels. This answer was given at the 2020 Webinar – Being the Divine Mother.

Well, I would say that this question is asked from the linear mind again. It is an example of the linear mind that always thinks in terms of, if this is said, what is the opposite, and so forth. It is clear that the masters are giving teachings because people are in male and female bodies and most people are still identified with it, and most people cannot immediately let go of it. The masters are giving teachings about a female sisterhood because the realistic way forward is that women can drive change in society and they can drive this by coming together.

In the long run, yes, it can be a divisive idea. As you see that the feminist movement has, to a large degree, been divisive. This is the situation that the masters face. Whatever they do, it can be used for division, but it can also be used for transcendence, and that is what some people can do.

Isn’t bringing people together on the basis of basic humanity regardless of gender a higher idea? Yes, in a sense, it is. But is it realistic to do this as the first step? Or are there other steps that need to be taken.

 

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