Have you ever had the suspicion that women are the ones who have to take responsibility for changing the world? That it’s not going to be men? That after a long long time of male supremacy – which has been aided and abetted by female submissiveness –, it is time for women to step up and be the agents of change? I am a woman and I have had this feeling for years. And I could not understand why women worldwide did not unite and simply overthrow the current toxic paradigm for the benefit of all beings. What is it that keeps us from changing the world? When Udumbara Gesu talked about toxic femininity, I understood the many ways in which we sabotage ourselves. I realized how we deny our strengths and prevent ourselves from shaping reality. Through Toxic Femininity class she made me stare truth in the face. I understood that I will have to focus on healing myself at a very deep level. Out of that, healing the world will evolve quite naturally.
Merchant Navy, India
" It is not easy to describe my experience because it was the most complex and unbelievable experience, and at the same time simple and obvious. But in a few words, Udumbara Gesu took my hand and helped me find myself. Something I had been looking for all my life but would never have guessed. Nor would I have been able to find it on my own because I wasn't trained to do so. "
Architect, Artist & Healer, India
Udumbara Gesu's style of teaching is like a laser surgery for the mind. The first cuts pinch because it burns the densest, most stubborn part of your existence, your conditioned mind. As it moves to your heart you feel soothed. Because your heart had been longing for truth for so long. Then your soul experiences a deep satisfaction as if someone finally heard it, translated it and conveyed it back to you.
There is no choice but to transform. It's almost effortless because she has literally done the work for you. I say almost because the realisation and implementation is our job. She won't entertain any laziness on that front.
The implementation journey becomes an ecstatic process rather than a drag.