No matter how much searching or personal growth we do, how many crystals or oils we work with, how much incense we burn, how many affirmations we repeat, how much chanting we do or gizmos we have, most of us would still admit to feeling we are not good enough, clever enough, beautiful enough, knowledgeable enough, rich enough, slim enough, young enough, experienced enough, qualified enough or anything else enough.
Or worst of all, we fear that one day someone else might find out that we are not as good as we think they think we are!
We are frightened that we will be found out – found to be a fraud! We constantly think we need to have more, do more, be more, become more, improve more and justify our existence more.
We constantly compare ourselves with perfection, and are found wanting. As a result, women are taught to step into their masculine energy and strive harder. We have taken on a masculine lifestyle, with a power of focus that goes against our feminine core, and it is damaging us in so many ways.
When we live our lives as if we know who we are, all our actions, all our behaviors are performed through that supposition. Can you imagine how it would be at the end of your life if you looked back and said, ―But that‘s not who I really was!
So if you are living your life as if you are not good enough/clever enough/beautiful enough/wise enough/sexy enough/qualified enough/slim enough, what do you think your life will look like?
Deep down, we all know there is much more to us and our lives. We just haven‘t been shown how to access it. Until now!
This year is about being authentic, not about creating masks to hide your true beauty behind:
What are your pre-conceived ideas about women and femininity?
What is holding you back from experiencing the flow and dance of life?
What are the deep-seated myths which have influenced generations of women?
How are you changing beliefs and thoughts which do not serve you?
Thank you Susie Heath – Little Gems Selected from “The Essence of Womanhood – Re-awakening the authentic feminine”