Conscious Women’s Leadership for Radical Transformation 2020 and Beyond…
“Take conscious, heart-felt action now, as if your life depends on it, because in fact, your life and the life of the planet depend on it.”
– Harriet Tubman Wright
As we celebrate Women’s Herstory Month, who are the Sheroes past and present that exemplify the qualities of feminine power and leadership to co-lead the radical transformation required to heal humanity and the planet?
With accelerated climate change, breakdowns in every sector of society, discord at the highest levels of governance, dysfunction within many of our institutions and systems that are no longer viable; are we choosing exploitation or emancipation? extinction or evolution?
Radical transformation is required to emancipate people and evolve our world. New paradigms of leadership, engagement and community are called for.
This is our moment, the opportune and decisive moment for conscious, creative, soul-filled and soul-fueled action. For me this means the re-emergence of the divine feminine with values of authenticity and equity; practices of co-creativity, cooperation, collaboration and community; a shared vision of relationship building, sustainability and justice for the highest good of the whole.
Although the patriarchy has caused pain for women and men, I’m not advocating that men be removed from positions of power, (although the #MeToo Movement did remove a few) and a few more ought to also be de-throned! However, I am saying that feminine leadership is imperative to restore balance and wholeness for the future of humanity, and in fact all sentient beings and the planet.
Therefore, we have the opportunity and the responsibility to co-create a new model of partnership, one that is life-affirming, equitable and inclusive. I believe that young women and elders can teach and learn from one another, as well as co-lead, so that the movement for radical transformation is strengthened and sustained.
- What might a new model of partnership look like in governance at the local and national level?
- How would business and commerce function in a world in which cooperation over competition prevailed, and equitable distribution of human and material resources is valued?
- In what ways would a new model of feminine leadership transform our educational, health, economic and financial institutions?
- What is your soul’s call-to-action as a co-creator of radical transformation?
I look forward to continuing this dialogue and co-creating together! Please share this with other women and leave your comments below!