Wisdom Ethics Morality

jan_brueghel_the_elder_and_hendrick_de_clerck_-_abundance_and_the_four_elements_1606It has been some time since I have had anything to add to the content of the Shamanic Wise Woman.  Not for a lack of words by far, but a lack of heart and mental drive held in check with the political state of our American Country.  It is difficult to not become caught-up in the vacuum of one party or another or in the activism of one group or another when there are so many areas that drive us and divide us.  It has been my policy to hold a non-partisan view avoiding any activism, and standing at the tween, listening to all parties for their skills and knowledge range widely.  As diverse individuals coming from many societies we all have a certain way of arriving at results.  However, the rift has torn the hell out of the human population and whatever resemblance to civility there is left is near annihilation.  This said, I will attempt to resume as a “Wise Woman”, (as directed by spirit and my allies) continue sharing and offering whatever counsel, mentoring, support, and wisdom I have accumulated.  Equal, ethical, and moral.

Spirit—what one puts faith in, and looks to for guidance sending prayers of thanks, or requests when there is a need, has many faces for all individuals.

‘Individuation means becoming an “in-dividual”, and, in so far as “individuality” embraces our innermost, last, and incomparable uniqueness, it also implies becoming one’s own self.  We could therefore translate individuation as “coming to selfhood” or “self-realization”.’

Jung analysis and religion.  1928 (C.W. 7, para. 266)

Ok, now after reading this, and thinking about the shape of the world when facing the day, what has all this have to do you?  How can the Wise Woman/person respond to the consequences that face the human population?  Many go about life pretending that nothing is different, with a blind eye to violence and unrest until—even though it is immediately in their faces.

Human Rightsindependent-woman-quotes

What are human rights?

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status.  We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination.  These rights are all interrelated, interdependent, and indivisible.  Equal and non-discriminatory http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Pages/WhatareHumanRights.aspx

There are many reasons this blog and the group began, foremost to educate, mentor, and share with women who also embrace the same desire.  We walk in a world that takes advantage of “weaknesses”, no matter the status.  People facing bullies, slander, sexual slavery, abuse and more, focus on the immediate and personal space first.

Learn, teach, respect, and support each other.  Strength comes in numbers.  All human beings know how to appreciate and respect others.

Morality is understanding the distinction between right and wrong and living according to that understanding, and ethics is the philosophy of how that morality guides individual and group behavior.  The two are closely related, with morality being the foundation of ethics.  http://philosophy.lander.edu/ethics/types.html

 There is no room for violence, slavery, or discrimination.  Controlling conflicts of interests—ethics and morality, learning to act responsibly and in in a manner that is fair and unbiased, that is loyal to those whose interest is a liability, not posing a conflict, fulfilling duties of experience, integrity, accountability, and authenticity.  Wisdom is the understanding of ethics, morals, and distinction of the Wise Woman.

Shamanic Wise Woman

Sidonia Nightsky~ © 2/13/17

 


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