Okay! This one is gonna be SWEET Honey! First of all, I want you to know that I am going to make my best attempt to be light and refreshing with this post.
My hope is that you find yourself a space where you can just relax, be still, and read this blog post.
Today I plan to honor mothers from a scientific, yet ecological approach.
I told you it was going to be SWEET…
As a mother, I am always trying to figure out, how to honor myself. How to stay on the throne for longer periods of time “everyday.” Meaning, that I sit in manpower to choose. Not in a superficial way, yet in a deep down and transparent way, that means more than a spending my time taking trips to the salon. Not that I don’t LOVE a good shampoo and style, because I do. I just want more from my experience on this earth, than meets the eye.
This is why I love to spend time with other mothers because, as a Mama Bee myself, I am all about fellowship as a part of building spiritual and emotional intelligence…
Read: Women Who Ran With The Wolves
As a mother it is not necessary for us to focus too much on the physicality of life. Always looking at what is… As we are natural born creators. We can manifest the way we want things to Bee as early as from inside the womb.
In saying so, I am looking to confirm a hypothetical idea regarding how, we select our partners and carry the mantle of motherhood.
This is why I named this blog “The Sacredness of Instinctual Selection Part I “
On a side note– check out this cool video.
Choosing your partner: To Bee or not to Bee 🐝💛🍯
When I first started thinking about becoming a mother, I was about 15 or 16 years old. I made an executive decision to conceive at age 27. I wasn’t sure if it would happen that way, but I put it out there. And it happened.
I know. I know. I know. You are not trying to hear all that.
Well if you read this far, it’s about to get better.
What if we have been looking at conception all wrong.
As a woman who is intuitive and unapologetically creative- I was happy to find this article to support my work in reproductive sustainability.
For decades, scientists have portrayed sperm as active fighters battling their way towards a passive egg.
But new research suggest eggs aren’t as passive as one thought.
Researchers in Seattle claim a female’s eggs are able to select sperm with the best genes to ensure the healthiest offspring possible.
This made me think about so many things.
Especially since science also says, that women are born with all the eggs she will ever have.
During fetal life, there are about 6 million to 7 million eggs. From this time, no new eggs are produced.
At birth, there are approximately
1 million eggs; and by the time of puberty, only about 300,000 remain. Of these, only 300 to 400 will be ovulated during a woman’s reproductive lifetime.
Science also says, that you and I were in our mothers ovaries when she was being carried in her mothers, mothers, mothers, ovaries.
So when people say, “that baby been here before”… That is actually correct. The art of reproduction is self sustaining (Creation), and it’s all about healthy mtDNA.
What is mtDNA you ask? Children inherit mtDNA only from their mother. An analysis of the mitochondrial DNA(mtDNA) enables you to discover your own family history in the maternal line!
What if I told you that the essence of feminine energy is magnetic. So the egg attracts to herself the electricity of the sperm-
-The mitochondrial intelligence is so keenly developed within our eggs, it intuitively selects which sperm(s) are genetically compatible enough to fertilize our babies.
This is transformational information.
What if we explored this level of consciousness when approaching reproductive health? Maybe we could eliminate so many social barriers within the primal continuum.
Just think. We have the ability to explore our options, and make allowances for our future community members with deeper intention.
Like FrFr… this knowledge in practice could shift our birth outcome rate in a major way. Our relationships would be deeply influenced by the way we approach sexual behaviors and reproductive health. We wouldn’t have to fight for rights and accessible resources. Because there would be an influential culture of procreation. Because we would not create in haste. Because we would be using our innate ability to make decisions.
But what do I know..
I’m just a postpartum Mama Bee, of four male children, with a strong love for Bee intelligence…
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