What does it take to become a mother of the world? Here is a story of a woman called Agnes who tried and succeeded. She had said, that in her own personal family they didn’t need bombs and guns, everyone would just get together, love one another, bring peace, joy, and with the strength of presence of each other in the home, they would overcome the evil in the world, and so could we.
Confrontation With The Unconscious – We cannot form a great union if it is outside of who we are. By stepping back, re-examining and re-modelling, shedding old ways and adding new ones, we can redefine ourselves. The perfect partner mirrors where you are in your growth at this point in your life, for you attract to yourself who you are. Prepare for intimacy by cultivate a loving and compassionate relationship with yourself. Examine your issues, find your shadows and explore the feelings that surround them.‘Individuation’ is where inner parts become integrated into a well-functioning whole creating a unique re-modelling of yourself. The perfect lover is you!
Agnes eventually came to operate 517 missions in more than 100 countries. Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan said as a tribute, she was “a rare and unique individual who lived long for higher purposes. Her life-long devotion to the care of the poor, the sick, and the disadvantaged was one of the highest examples of service to our humanity.” Perhaps we can learn from the Gene Keys she holds.
Her life’s work involved an intimate love affair and she carried the shadow of victimhood with the gift of freedom. Clad in a white with blue trim, she became a symbol of love, care and compassion for the world helping the victims of suffering and bringing forth radical new ideals and universal points of view. Without judgement she brought her human family into a state of higher union. This mother was in close contact with others and had an open heart that rose up in love and empathy as all aspects of herself dispersed into the space of creation creating transparency where there were no longer any barriers to stand in the way of her union with others. Yet within her own personal life according to her writings, she was experiencing great internal suffering because of unrequited love from her lover. As mentioned earlier she herself had the shadow of victimhood along with a repressed shadow in intimacy that represented feeling excluded.
“As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.” Carl Jung
The foundation Gene Key for Agnes or who we now call Mother Teresa was strength and majesty. She was certainly a strong and dynamic personality, one that was practical, responsible, and stable, desiring to direct efforts of others. She preferred moving slowly, assuring that at each stage of building foundations for a project it would be sound and secure. Determined, self-reliant and capable, she worked in harmony with natural forces. She once said, “I often make a point to take time to look at the natural world around me and to let it’s beauty and majesty awe me”. She herself measured only 5 feet, but the sheer majesty within her could take one’s breath away. “Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.” she was quoted as having said.
Her Gene Key of self assurance and presence developed with patience, trust and surrender to that majesty of a higher presence that allowed life to move her.
Holding a Gene Key of victimization towards freedom, she would interact with the victims of the world using her empathy, she could feel herself in their shoes, and her heart opened with any sense of separateness disappeared. This Key holds a connection to sound, so it was no wonder Mother Teresa loved to sing, for ‘Singing was a way that they overcame difficulty,’ reports an aid worker who spent time with Mother Teresa.
The expansion and superabundance Key worked it’s magic through her heart expanding. As she gave to others, all sorts of beneficial energies returned to her, including the superabundant expansion of her awareness as she reached up for realization and enlightenment. She had the gift of being able to make the best of all her resources for she was a builder and know how to turn her dreams into actualities.
Holding the Key of integrity and perfection her standards were high, and she insisted on a very strict code of behavior, both for herself and for others. With common sense, practicality, and utilitarianism she paid attention to details that required exactitude, but basically, she was a worker and a servant of others.
Imagine her taking your hands and enveloping them within her own hands as if inside velvet pillows, while speaking softly, gently, and warmly explaining the importance of starting at home with those closest to us, to remedy all types of poverty such as being unwanted, unloved and uncared for.