A whole exciting new world opens up when you embrace the various feminine aspects of your being.
Women often identify themselves exclusively as the nurturers to others, tending to other’s needs before their own. We think of ourselves as someone’s mother, wife, daughter, boss, sister, friend and the list goes on. Although this giving feminine trait is beautiful, it is usually limited to caretaking others (and excludes yourself). Not only do we forget to include nurturing ourselves, we neglect all the other feminine qualities that will enrich and empower our lives. Seeing these aspects in other women will help you to discover them in yourself and how you will choose to celebrate them in your life.
Remember you are a woman first and foremost. You have a unique essence that is whole unto yourself, apart from your relationships. I call this the Goddess within.
In all my years of facilitating transformations of women from all walks of life and from all over the world, I have witnessed the same thing time and time again. Women who have identified themselves exclusively with their relationships to loved ones and to their career perpetually look externally for validation and fulfillment. The trouble with this scenario is your family, friends and co-workers can talk until they are blue in the face, but they will never make you truly believe you hot in those jeans, think that you are actually competent at your job or be able to tell you what will give you goosebumps.
It boils down to this one thing. You will only find real confidence and happiness when you are able to connect to your Goddess within and hear her sweet voice. She will guide you to true bliss.
All you need to begin your GoddessLife is to realize that you can start your life from scratch anytime. In the very center of your truth is your feminine identity. It’s about allowing your inner light to shine and discovering the ways to make every moment of your life more sublime. Your GoddessLife is about finding what is your unique gift to give to this world and finding the best way to share it with society.
Posted on Fri, January 17, 2014
by Ms. Dolphina