“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” Rumi

This picture is how I see Siam now in spirit world – meeting us beyond wrongdoing or right doing in fields of blue.

On the 4 January in Durban South Africa – beautiful 20 year old Siam Lee was abducted. A few days later her murdered + burnt body found in an isolated sugar cane field in the Natal Midlands.

Ever curious with numerology I looked at the numerical vibration of some words:

In numerology 4 January 2018 the day she was abducted  = 16/7 – a karmic debt number of loss, betrayal + abandonment.

The words murdered and Women also add up to a 7.

Siam’s name adds up to a 15/6.  She was born on a 15/6 day

‘6’ is the nurturer, the ‘make it better’ person.  Siam’s Life would be all about relationships, the care of others and humanity, and the responsibility that comes with that.  ‘6’ sees the beauty in people and desires to encourage and help that along.  ‘6’ seeks comfort, balance, and harmony.  They are dedicated to those they love.  Sometime they forget to take care of themselves.

Other Words that embody the energy of number 6 are   Balance, Responsibility, Love, Family, Home, Nurturing, Self-Righteousness, Union, Responsibility, Community and Serve.

The word ‘’Abandoned’’ and ‘’ dead body’’ adds up to a 33/6  – A MASTER NUMBER !

The words ‘’abduct  + taken’’ add up to 15/6

Justice adds up to a 24/6

2018 is an 11/2 Universal year – the year of the Divine Feminine (WOMEN) Sisterhood + Mastery.]

Number 11 and 33 = (6) are MASTER number energies that throw LIGHT upon situations, seeking out ENLIGHTENED awareness.

2018 is backed by the loving vibration of 2 (1+1=2), the number of partnership, compassion and cooperation, women standing united and together.

The word Sisterhood vibrates to the number 6!

In the desperate search for Siam, many stories surfaced on social media about Siam, her mother Carmen and their lifestyle.  A social media storm spewed forth from the public – so much hate, judgments + criticism branding Carmen as the worst mother ever in the history of eternity.

What amazes me most, many of the judgmental, hurtful posts are made by WOMEN   , armchair critics and word assassinator”s  beating up Carmen, shaming and blaming her, for her daughter’s death.

These Women continue to activate the karmic debt of 16/7 through abandoning and betraying a  sisterhood of ‘’Women helping Women’’.

At the heart of this tragedy remains a mommy who lost her child in an unspeakable manner.

I ask myself how is it that despite this mommy’s indescribable grief, society   , especially women continue to condemn her, because of her behavior.

I am reminded of a beautiful story of an African Tribe that instills love and forgiveness for each other called Song of the Soul by Tolba Phanem – an African poet.

‘’When a woman in a certain African tribe knows she is pregnant, she goes out into the wilderness with a few friends and together they pray and meditate until they hear the song of the child. They recognize that every soul has its own vibration that expresses its unique flavor and purpose. When the women attune to the song, they sing it out loud. Then they return to the tribe and teach it to everyone else.

There is one other occasion upon which the villagers sing. If at any time during his or her life, the person commits a crime or aberrant social act, the individual is called to the center of the village and the people in the community form a circle around them. Then they sing their song back to them –

The tribe recognizes that the CORRECTION for antisocial behavior is not PUNISHMENT; it is LOVE and the REMEMBRANCE of identity. ‘’

Perhaps we all need reminding of this African tribe’s sentiment.

Siam’s beautiful heart shone out from all her Insta +  FB posts,  her song , one of kindness + compassion to all and FOR all .

Instead of crucifying, denigrating and trolling Siam’s mother, the time saved could be spent doing something else more helpful to create LIGHT, Awareness + Connection. Be a sister to another.

That’s what Sisterhood and the Divine Feminine and this year 2018 is all about.

Sisterhood sometimes requires us, to love our friends more than they love themselves at times. To be a stand when they fall and to hold them together when they break. When your sister has forgotten her song, when her hands are tied, exhausted and heavy with the load of carrying the weight of the world and she loses her way, that’s when you invite her to breathe with you and you let her know you love her no matter what!

YOU sing her HEART song back to her, reminding her that she can choose better.

Judgment, punishment, and power plays don’t correct; they only drive human beings further from JOY + Connection + LOVE –  aggravating pain and self-defeating behavior. We serve OURSELVES and others best by reminding ourselves of our HEART songs. When someone is in distress or conflict, let’s choose to help them remember who they really are.

As a society we all need to learn from this heartbreaking tragedy.

Dayanara Marte wrote that “Sisterhood, is the only medicine that heals trauma and violence in women and girls lives. The healing power of love and tears, hugs and kisses in sisterhood circles is transformative and restorative, it is pure light in the darkness of the impact of violence on the mind, body and spirit. Domestic violence, sexual assault, rape , murder and other forms of violence against women and girls only wins when the sisterhood is broken as a result. When we choose sides, when we play the fence, when we stay silent, when we walk away, when we get upset and make our friends choose, when we have judgment, when gossip infiltrates the circle, when the community isolates the victim ( in this case Siam and her mother)  and when we don’t believe each other. Violence wins with every choice we make to create a situation where the victim has to do this life alone! No matter what happens, no matter how many times it happens, when the sisterhood breaks REPAIR  it , depend on each other anyway, expect each other to show up, fight for love of sisterhood, fight for the trust in sisterhood and fight for the healing that only happens in sisterhood!’’

We must somehow find ways to bring our fractured and divided hearts together. To sing songs of Compassion, Sympathy, Support + Caring.   We must put our heads and hearts together to make the world better.

May kindness, common sense and our genuine humanity always take precedence in the face of unspeakable tragedy and inhumanity.

Blessings upon you Siam and your mother Carmen Nan Lee.

May you be peaceful, may you be safe, and may you be free from suffering.

With Love to you both.

Sharyn McNeil xo