The Magnificent Woman

There is vision within the heart of human emotional anatomy that resonates with recognition when we hear these words: The Magnificent Woman.

We are developing an Open Source Language devoted to the future of freedom, our legacy, it is up to each of us to pitch in.  We are freely choosing our personal contribution to The Magnificent Woman.   Slowly the obstacles to our freedom, (to celebrate, encourage, nurture and choose the magnificent woman), become more and more clear.

Our vocabulary intends to make navigating emotional anatomy possible.   These are mood movies dancing.  Flying lessons, guided by the intrinsically rewarding pursuit of an elusive vision, yet, she is real.  Just as freedom is finally able to admit, identify, name and teach about what is getting in her way, our personal significance becomes more and more evident.

You personally are important and valuable to the future of freedom in the world.  There is no other person in the world exactly like you, there never has been and there never will be.  As we are dealing first hand with our own unique Emotional Anatomy, we each have our own emotional obstacles influencing our freedom to choose.

We are a matriarchal species.  It is the woman who has the greatest influence over the children.  It is up to each of us to cultivate our environment into one that motivates awareness and encourages understanding of how essential is: The Magnificent Woman.

There is opposition.  Can we hear it.  Can we describe it.  Can we help each other overcome it.  Can we discover peaceful confidence that chooses to stand up against it?

Since you are free to choose, which will you prefer, freedom or slavery?
The Magnificent Woman.

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5 Responses to The Magnificent Woman

  1. dina4now says:

    I remember hearing the words; “Magnificent Woman” for the first time, and yes it resonates deeply to the core of me as if remembering something good and true. I caught a glimpse of her in me.

    I thought about it for a while, as I recalled the feelings that came when I heard the words, “Magnificent woman”, it brought me back to a time when I was a little girl to a memory with a similar feeling. A time of make believe in which imagination was magnified.

    I remembered playing dress-up in my mothers room. It was always the best place with a closet full of beautiful dresses that when put on fell all the way to the floor, making me feel movie star glamours. Her jewelry spilling from boxes on her dresser like something out of a pirates buried treasure chest at my disposal. Of corse my mothers dresses were probably house dresses, her treasure only costume jewelry, but my imagination as a child was magnified and easy to access.
    I remember excitement.

    I remember the best part of dressing up was saved for last, putting on her shoes. Her high heel shoes, so forbidden, so inviting yet intimidatingly high. My feet filling only half the shoe, so that they dragged when I tried to walk. But they were the same kind of shoes that transformed Cinderella into a beautiful princess, the same shoes that resulted in marrying the prince. I was transformed. My feet no longer on the ground and my head up in the heavens.
    I remembered joy.

    I remember looking into my mothers long wardrobe mirror, and liking what I see. I saw a glimpse of a magnificent young woman, in a shimmering gown of confidence as a smile played on painted lips. I saw the jewels of possibilities for who I might become as they sparkled off the light of an old light bulb. I had magnified my imagination to envision a magnificent me.
    I remembered anticipation.

    Remembering the simplicity of imagination as a child and the ability to act it out, to play, or to magnify a vision, brought both tears of joy and great sadness to me. It was like remembering someone precious and then realizing you had neglected them. I cried. I cried because it had been so long since I played in the realm of imagination unencumbered by the responsibilities of adulthood.

  2. Erin says:

    That is beautiful Dina. You should be a writer.
    Love Erin

  3. DrGilgamesh says:

    The Distance Man,

    In the battle for freedom, we are reluctance exploring personal significance in this: The battle for freedom takes place first inside our own heart and mind, within our emotional anatomy. Intelligent design intends our success.

    And there is intelligent opposition within; designed to challenge us on, to passionate endurance, to go the distance on behalf of freedom for the generations; we struggle with our free choices. Which will you choose, freedom or slavery?

    Our open source language grows richer as we discover how accurately gratitude guides us into more and more gratitude for our growing skill of precisely identifying mood movies in opposition.

    Early wounds leave permanent scars in the Emotional Anatomy. Frequently the pain of early life events must be separated from conscious awareness because the pain is too much to bare.

    Unaware of these crippled influences, emotional reflexes force our behaviors. Pain teaches us to pay attention to sometimes obvious and more subtle scars through repetitious failures. Intelligently designed, the story of freedom motivates our willingness, we choose to join in.

    Familiarity with Emotional Anatomy, the neuro-physiologic architecture of personality, discovers the many mood movie locations inside our anatomy. To illustrate and motivate our desire to learn navigation, the mood movies of rage are clearly separated from the peace found in single breath relaxation.

    Flying lessons begin here. Rhythms of gratitude return us to familiar memory movies of places closely related to peace, contentment, relaxation and more gratitude at the end of a breath. Then, free to choose among many options, thinking begins again. We are fighting for the future of freedom.

    In response out of control, there is rage, triggered through the many wounds of neglected, abandoned and abused development. As the severed limb will not grow back in our physical anatomy, we can’t get rid of the rage. Its energy will always be a part of our emotional anatomy. It is permanently accessible within our creature.

    Personally significant to the future of freedom in this world, willing to go the distance, we choose. We must learn to navigate these uncomfortable parts, harnessing the energy for the great good cause of freedom to choose; Intelligently Designed, to develop our best, bringing out the best in others. There is no one available to explain. She arises from within our hearts as a gift and invitation from Heaven, the magnificent woman.

  4. DrGilgamesh says:

    Dina4now wrote beautifully our invitation to become the magnificent woman.

    The battle for freedom is intelligently designed within our emotional anatomy. This battle for freedom takes place within our hearts and minds, we are human. Here we find a reluctance, even an aggressive resistance, to explore personal significance in the battle for freedom.

    The events of our lives begin early weaving our emotional anatomy. Frequently, the pain of those early life events separates us from any conscious awareness of our freedom to choose. Without a conscious awareness of our emotional anatomy, repetitious emotional reflexes which develop in response to the large variety of painful woundings begin to force our behaviors.

    Intelligently designed, pain can becomes a teacher, directing our attention to the awareness and location of these mood movies which ultimately motivate and mature our free choice. However, not until the pain becomes great enough do we become willing or motivated to think and choose differently. Intelligent design is persistent and persevering in persuading us to survive. It is this very same stubbornness that resists, even for a time, refuses freedom to choose.

    To become familiar with our personal emotional anatomy is to become aware that there is a persistent architecture of attitudes and moods that shape our personality. Familiarity allows us to discover the location of these “mood movies”. When we become motivated, our desire will be to navigate these places and freely choose our responses instead of remaining slaves to our anatomy of reflexes. Starting with single breath relaxation, it is possible to make steady progress toward the freedom to choose wisely even in the face of rage and or pain provoking reflexes.

    Flying lessons is navigating using gratitude. Identifying familiar locations within our personal emotional anatomy of contentment, relaxation and peace reenforces gratitude. Gratitude reboots our thinking and for a moment frees us from other overpowering emotions, liberating in our mind’s eye the option of freely choosing for ourselves and future generations.

    Wounded emotional anatomy for example “rage”, such a small four letter word encompassing so many emotions, fear, neglect, abandonment, betrayal, unfair, bitterness, abuse, etc. It will always be there, as part of our emotional architecture, even if it is just to remind us of how far we’ve come in navigating. But free to choose, the same passionate energy can be used to navigate us to a place of peace within our emotional anatomy, transforming that energy of rage into passion and pain into compassion.

    These choices being forever accessible.

    Our choices are personally significant to the future of freedom of our world. If we are willing to go the distance and navigate through uncomfortable territories for the cause of freedom, we discover intelligent design will direct us towards our best, influencing the best in others. Without words, an invitation to the heart of the magnificent woman.

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