30 Days of Writing: Tuning into the Power of Feminine Energy
Let it Be
When I find myself in times of trouble,
Mother Mary comes to me.
Speaking words of wisdom,
let it Be. ~Beatles
On November 1, we will begin another round of 30 days of writing. You can find the content on this Medium blog or purchase all the content in an e-book for $1.99 : The Sacred Feminine: Tuning into Your Personal Power (30 days of writing and reflecting.)
Why is this important right now? We are on the brink of a huge shift in the world. Look around at all of the old systems that are breaking down. Look closer at how the breakdowns give us a chance to build something new.
Covid-19 has given us an opportunity to slow down and re-evaluate our individual lives and the collective focus on the planet. The key right now is to pause and reflect. Ask yourself questions. Listen for the answers. This 30 days is one way to tune into and understand feminine energy that is in all of us. By cultivating the inner, you will invite new ideas with which to take action (masculine energy.)
Read on for more details.
“The rise of the Divine Feminine does not have to be at the expense of the Sacred Masculine. It is about the complete respect of the differences that the Sacred Masculine and Divine Feminine bring to a physical and spiritual union.” ~Reena Kumarasingham The Magdalena Lineage: Past Life Journeys into the Sacred Feminine Mysteries
One of the things we will do this month is unravel the two energies, feminine and masculine, to bring more consciousness about how we have been accessing the qualities and tune into a deeper connection with our personal power.
Today, let’s prepare by making a list of some of the attributes associated with feminine energy and masculine energy. Every person has feminine and masculine energy within them. As women, we also carry the archetype of the feminine and we have the power to create a shift in the world to heal what we have disavowed and made toxic. What is required is a commitment to cultivating the feminine voice within. To value her and to bring the unconscious into the light.