How the Divine Feminine Supports Us in Creating Lasting Shifts
Let’s talk about empowerment, self worth, and authentic voice - what do they mean? The terms can feel a little abstract, and even if we do know what they are, we don’t always know if we’re accessing them and what they mean for us as individuals.
In my personal journey, it took me a long time to really understand the fullness of my “authentic voice” because I didn’t really know who I was.
For many years, I was operating from a wounded state. I had a lot of false beliefs that had been built around my wounds, and I was carrying a lot of beliefs that I was taught or told, or that seemed to just be the norm so I had never questioned them. And even if things sometimes felt a little bit off to me, I often didn’t pursue it because I didn’t trust myself. This made it difficult for me to feel confident in who I was so I could speak my truth and bring my soul purpose to the world.
Here’s a big secret no one is telling you when they talk about being authentic…
Before you can tap into your authentic voice, you have to learn to trust yourself.
Remember: our bodies are perfect, our minds are perfect. One of the things that the divine feminine has given me is the awareness that everything that we are - in this moment - is exactly right for who we are. We are all a “work in progress.” Who we are will grow and shift throughout our lives. But we all hit bumps in the road. We find times when we don’t feel we are in alignment and that doubt begins to creep up. And this is where working with the healing energy of the divine feminine is so important.
When I begin to feel that I am off track, I’m able to find my way back because of the work I have done with the divine feminine. It has been one of the most profound shifts of my life.I want to hear from you. What has been your experience working with the divine feminine? Have you been able to tap into your own empowerment, self worth, and authentic voice? Leave a comment under the video and let’s discuss.
Sending you so much love,