Thursday, April 18, 2013
General Ideas on Birthing
This process can only manifest if the work is put in by the living being involved in the activity. This process (1) when embraced (2) appropriately (3) by the parents and others invited to the birthing, will automatically place the mother(4) into her proper position (5) where she guides her body adequately (6) and not against it, in completing it’s process (7) by adding on all the appropriate mental and physical energy (8) so that God/Earth is born (9). The 12thletter in our alphabet is L which stands for Love, Hell or Right. I’ve built on the concept of hell actually being the feelings you put into working hard so that the outcome draws you into deeper aspects of who you are and the lesson to be learned from struggle. Through struggle we learn more about ourselves.We must love and embrace hard work. Birthing is a part of this concept. The woman should love the mental and physical preparation for birthing their child. The work put in during birthing,misinterpreted as a painful experience, will result in physically meeting the newest addition to your family.
Sunez Allah teaches that the Black man and woman are not perfect, but that rather we are in perfection. Perfection entails the idea of growing deeper into one’s reality of who we are and what we are to do. This means that every thought which has been manifested by the reality of Allah (the Black family), has been created in its most right and exact form. What has been lost by the Black man and woman are the correct mental mind frame, with which to evoke its usage most supremely. The Black woman’s body was made perfectly for the purpose of bringing forth life. In the same way, the planet Earth was made perfectly to nurture and nourish many different life forms.
Approaching “Birthing” in a way that connects us back to our nature as givers of life, of truly educating ourselves to how our body works through a holistic perspective (of which an important aspect should be diet), and questioning everything that has been taught to women about the process of giving birth, will start to change the discourse of the current status quo of how women experience birthing. Equipped with this knowledge, women should start to construct more meaningful plans for how they will welcome their baby into the world. These plans should be in accordance with the universal nature of women. This in essence also relates to the concepts of violence and non-violence and how as human beings we are introduced to the concept.
Peace, Earth Izayaa Allat