Posts Tagged ‘feminine leadership’
If you feel sad cry. If you feel happy smile or in my case, cry again. If you feel anger stamp your feet. Choose a physical expression that best expresses your emotions and you will feel the gateway to creativity open…
It’s time to stop limiting my joy and wonder. It’s time to move into the present moment, fully. It’s time to feel and express what’s inside me. It’s time to shine all of my light out into the world… Are you with me?
Who are you when you’re at your natural best, when you allow yourself to shine? What qualities break free in you and what’s your contribution? What conditions are required that allow you to step into your true essence? What lifts your lid and what closes you down? All important questions to sit with for a while that will help you to define how well do you know yourself as an individual and leader?
For too long the true feminine voice has been suppressed, ignored, tied in chains in a metal container at the bottom of the sea. Bound, gagged and blind. But now she rises, strong, supple and soft in all the right places.
What are you repairing, healing and creating in your life right now? What lenses are you currently looking at life through and what do you sense is required for you to make a change right now?
In my own personal feminine quest to live, lead and love as an empowered woman, I discovered I was scared of my own lovability* (see my definition of lovability at the end) and the softness and power of my own heart. Today human lovability is often referred to as vulnerability, we’ve covered the deeper meaning with another word, which explains why there is so much confusion in our interactions. How often do you say exactly what you mean in one day?
In a world that is obsessed with controlling time, I have an urge to escape to a place that is held together with a different thread. As women, we are natural harmonisers and our instincts when followed can lead us away from danger, as well as into resonance places – when we follow our longings and share our stories with others, the atmosphere pops. I, like many of my kindred sisters and brothers, have a longing for more of this and I am happy to report that there is a new form of uprising happening in pockets of our world that is bringing people together to celebrate the beauty of life.