According to nature, the feminine is all about receiving. Just have a peek down there if you need more convincing!
Unlike the visible, external expression of male genitals, our pussy has a hidden, internal expression.
To receive is to take in, to take in is to receive…
Like the inner pull of the ocean’s tide, as the water rolls in [think yin] your ocean is receiving back from the efforts of the outward flow.
Think about it
How often do you reallyreceive?
When someone sends you a compliment is your natural instinct to accept it graciously, or to dodge and hide away from the praise?
In this week’s video, I am giving you 8 juicy tips on how to receive more in your life, because when you are receiving you are connected to your feminine essence.
Here’s a sneak preview of the tips!
When someone extends a compliment to you, I encourage you to step into your feminine by fully embracing the praise.
Perhaps a stranger told you how much she likes your blouse, or a work superior highlighted you for your excellent work on a presentation.
Do not reject these simple words by making a self-deprecating statement on how “this old blouse doesn’t even fit me nicely anymore,” or saying “oh no, no, I stuttered over my words and completely messed up my last slide.”
…you practice receiving praise by:
Taking a breath
Thanking them gracefully and graciously with a simple “Thank you.”
I share 7 more tips for How To Receive More In Your Life in the video below:
Did you know that softening is one of the greatest paths to true inner strength?
And yes, you read those words correctly…
…softening leads to strength.
This belief is certainly not what society wants us to adopt and accept, however for a woman who presents herself to the world through her flowing, feminine essence, one of our greatest superpowers is in the softening.
Softening puts you on a plush path to opening, and opening is like the budding flower blossoming into full pedals of feminine power.
Learning to soften our body, our voice and our mental chatter are 3 feminine keys for how to soften.
Maybe you can relate to my previous beliefs of thinking that strength came from being hard, self-assured and forthright.
A bit closed even.
I was taught..
How strength was equated to the amount of intensity in our efforts and actions.
How much can you push every fiber of your being forward to get as many things done in a certain period of time? How much can you produce?
How strong and assertive can you be in the corporate work-place, a field dominated by men and masculinity?
Sound like anyone you know?
It felt like whenever the word strength or success came up, a picture of a really macho, masculine man would appear in my mind, and I would funnel all of my actions through this image.
I didn’t hear strength or success in the same sentence as femininity, and the word softness was on a different page altogether!
If anything, my perspective on the world was that strength meant hardness and being tough.
My poor body and voice would then carry that strength and rigidity in my communication with people, friends and lovers.
The more I lived life like this, worked like this and conducted relationships like this, the more pain I felt inside, and the more “separate” I felt and the less like my authentic self.
The more I lived life like this…the less I attracted truly masculine men toward me…in fact, usually the opposite…but that’s a story for another day.