My hope is that women are reading this.
You are powerful. You are divine. You are whole.
Three short sentences. Do you feel the truth of them ringing through your every cell? Or do you feel the heavy weight of self-judgement and doubt? Maybe you have a belief that you are not good enough and as a result you are exhausted from the endless pursuit for value and validation outside of yourself.
If you don’t love and honor yourself with every fiber of your being, if you struggle with owning your passion, if you could use more joyful play and simple presence in your life, then it is time for an inner revolution. it’s time to claim your Innate.
As women, we are trained to seek our wholeness and value and to find love through others. Fifty years ago, we were told a husband and children would complete us—that was a purpose of life. Today, what makes us worthy might be a beloved, our career, or even following a chosen spiritual path. We rarely see ourselves as perfect just the way we are. We often base our worth on who loves or doesn’t love us, if we need to lose that extra five or fifty pounds, and if we can juggle three tasks simultaneously, earn six figures, while keeping a smile on our face.
We have become the fighters, the warriors in skirts, and have forgotten the bliss of being a woman – call yourself a goddess. How does that feel?
Goddess energy is our creative flow: love, pleasure, passion, and wisdom. When we claim our goddess energy we live in joyful self-acceptance and self-respect, and we listen to our sacred inner voice.
I don’t hear any inner voice, Eva. I don’t feel like a goddess. I have a million and one things to think about, and frankly I am not feeling like creating any art. I do want everything that you describe, but I am too busy.
A story is something we tell ourselves and others to explain why we are the way we are. Our stories may be of inspiration, or woe and blame. Our stories might fill us with energy and enthusiasm, or make us feel helpless and victimized or angry and defensive. The stories we tell that limit our expression and joy are filled with false beliefs and attachments that really do not serve us. The question to ask is this: Is my story causing internal and external drama, or is it bringing me peace and fulfillment?