How to Transcend Polarity with Gender Fluidity

 


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Susie Beiler is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner with Spectrum Health Consulting LLC. Susie is a channel for the Divine. She assists her clients to discover and live their soul mission so that they can enjoy a deeply fulfilling life. 

After healing herself from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (adrenal burnout), she reprogrammed and rewired herself to live her own soul mission as a channel for the Divine. Susie is the founder and lead facilitator in The Creation Temple®, an online venue for supporting Lightworkers in their ascension process. She lives in Sedona, AZ and enjoys nature, authenticity, and high vibrational food. Please visit her at: www.susiebeiler.com and www.creationtemple.com

7 thoughts on “How to Transcend Polarity with Gender Fluidity

  1. This is interesting. Thanks! Gender, for me, like any label is just an idea. And like any label is can, at times and for some people, be useful to negotiate this life and at others can lead to a lot of misunderstanding, disconnect and suffering. I think its great we are having this discussion in the world, seeing through the dualisms and splits into what lies beyond them.

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    1. Amazing video! Thank you so much, Susie. I am so grateful towards them and you with how much love and perfect words you have presented that. Thank you, thank you. Much love, Krista

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  2. My entire I’ve looked at everyone I’ve met as a human being, regardless of ANYTHING else. I know people have tried to place labels on me that entire time, however, they are free to have their opinions. Of course, that doesn’t mean I’ve allowed them to control how I think or feel about myself or others. I’ve never thought of anyone or myself as anything other than another human being, and I always give them the respect that I’d want. Until the human life is the most valuable commodity on the planet, there will be labels to control that. I know this comes from a place of kindness, and I can certainly appreciate that, however, at least for me, this seems like yet another label. ex. I had a really good friend who was an awesome artist. According to the world, and you now, I had a male who identified as female transgender, African American, prostitute, lower income, liberal democrat friend, who was an awesome artist. I understand that we do have the possibility of making the world better, and that you are only trying to help others achieve that, which I commend you for greatly, and all of this comes from good, positive energy. I appreciate and respect your ideas and opinions, but in this case, I have always been, I guess, what you are calling gender fluid, but I just like to call it human. That is a label I think everyone can get behind. I only write this in the hopes that it will help on your journey and I wish you the very best. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and have a wonderful day.

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    1. Yes, ideally, we move beyond all labels. I’ve found, however, that when someone tries to take a leap without integrating the previous steps, that it doesn’t really work out. It’s a form of bypassing. In this case, for example, if someone tries to just embrace being human without integrating the feminine and masculine aspects of themselves, there is a wholeness that is lacking. For myself, I’ve worked from masculine energy most of my life. It took a lot of conscious effort for me to integrate my femininity. I needed to take that step before I can now work with the concept of no such thing as masculine vs. feminine. There’s a progression and we can’t leave out any step of the journey. You may have come into this life already integrated with everything needed to be where you are with just being human. Well done! Most people on the planet simply aren’t there. What I’m presenting here is simply one step in the overall progression. At some point, you will progress beyond being human as you integrate this part of yourself and move into another life or body or realm (what many call death). The journey just keeps going. Thank you for your perspective! 🙂

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  3. I do Tia Chi and I always like the Oriental Symbol of Yen and Yang The unity of opposites.. The two sides of the same coin each human being is his or her own coin. You don’t have to be all man or all woman. Engaging in the strict male or female roles can be a kind of prison keeping one from being fully human The fact that there are homosexuals and bisexuals is evidence that the two sides can sorta blend together into one. This may not be looking beyond gender but at least it integrates it which would be an improvement

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