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During this week’s World Council for Health general assembly. Dr. Tess Lawrie gave this statement to commemorate International Women’s Day 2022:

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The 8th of March is International Women’s Day, a day for celebrating women and their feminine energy, the energy that is so desperately needed in the world today. 

The United Nations says it seeks to empower women in 5 ways, namely by:
Empowering women smallholders, investing in care, supporting women’s leadership, funding women’s organisations, and protecting women’s health. In the context of climate change, the UN says it seeks a gender-equal and sustainable future.

At the World Council for Health, we assure you that empowering women has nothing to do with curbing emissions, climate change, and rising temperatures. You may be aware that the word woman comes from womb-man – a man with a womb. However, women are much more than men with wombs. We are quite different from men, and we bring a different energy – we bring feminine energy. 

Women are innately powerful, and it is humanity that needs empowering with women’s wisdom – not women that need empowering by obsolete and corrupted organisations.

It is the power of our feminine energy that will uplift Humanity out of this dire situation – and that will lead to a great and positive future for All.

Masculine and feminine energies are complementary and too much of one and not enough of the other leads to imbalance. Humanity’s current predicament is a fine example of an imbalance – where too much masculine energy and not enough feminine energy has led to a reliance on easily corruptible science and an absence of wisdom, intuition, and common sense – a denial of our place in Nature and of the role of Nature in our health and wellbeing.

To succeed in our Man’s World, women have been required to adapt to male systems. The pseudo-empowerment used by the existing paternalistic structures – which choose and groom those who can conform to the man-made mold – has been one of women’s greatest challenges. 

The World Council for Health agrees with the United Nations that we need more women in leadership – but feminine leaders, not simply men with wombs, who can help to restore the energy balance to this world. 

Similarly, we agree with the United Nations that women have assumed the caring roles in society, that they are undervalued and underpaid in these roles, and that the burden of care is ever-increasing. 

However, we speak for generations of women when we say that women are tired of picking up the pieces of an energetically-unbalanced world that has been broken by competition and division, and where no human being is accountable because corporations are morally bankrupt – obliged to serve their shareholders and not humanity. 

The World Council for Health speaks for feminine energy and Mother Earth today when we say, “Enough is enough”. 

Enough bad medicine, pollution, arms, surveillance.

Enough lies to last a lifetime.

Gender distinctions promoted by international organisations have been used to create further division among people when cohesion and collaboration are most needed. We do not need funding of women-specific organisations or patriarchal solutions to women’s health and wellbeing. 

Climate change is the least of our worries. 

And the single biggest threat to our reproductive health and the health of our children are man-made viruses and man-dates.

Interesting words: Man-made and man-dates? 

Give me home-made jumpers and jam any day, with a good dollop of woman’s wisdom and common sense!

Women are not equal to men – we are two sides of the same coin, the yin and the yang – we are not equal, we are one and the same. On International Woman’s Day it is not gender that needs equalizing, it is the energy of the feminine that needs celebrating.

In summary, the world cannot survive with masculine energy alone – feminine energy is required to restore balance.

So, on this International Woman’s Day, let us all draw on our innate wisdom, love, and caring natures – drawn from feminine energy that ultimately is derived from Mother Nature and accessible to all – and also combine this with the lion-hearted courage and ancestral warrior spirit of the masculine – so that we may heal gender division and work effectively together in the race to save Humanity. 

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3 Comments

  1. Mmmm – I’m more about equality and a balance between male & female in the roles God assigned.
    There are lots of women in high places, particularly in the last 15-20 years and yet the world is not a better place today. Precisely the problem is power, men & woman wanting power over others and this man-made Wuhan Covid pandemic has given those in authority the platform to exercise this kind of control, in the name of keeping every one safe.
    Where is the woman in a place of authority who has said no to big pharma peddling unsafe vaccines? And wasn’t it a woman who stripped away borders so any and all refugees were welcome. Now look at the problems that has caused, whole neighbourhoods hijacked and the citizens made to move on or out.
    No, what we need is a return to the foundations of what our countries were built on, the biblical basis of our forefathers.
    Let’s have a God day along with a people’s day. Let’s celebrate this wonderful planet and its creator.
    No devisions, just men & women celebrating life and being thankful for the mercies of God.

  2. What a wonderful and heartfelt speech Tess. I feel sure that all those who heard it appreciate the clarity with which you voiced the true situation. The lack of feminine energy in business & commerce is truly a sad loss to all humanity. Thank you so much for all the work that you are doing. I also loved your open letter to Andrew Hill. If he can sleep at night, knowing that his voice of approval could have saved so many lives, then he is truly lost to the God of Profit & Corruption !!!

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