IF YOU WANT TO TRULY KNOW A WOMAN, ASK HER THIS

IF YOU WANT TO TRULY KNOW A WOMAN, ASK HER THIS

If you want to know a women, don’t ask her the number of children she has; Rather ask her the number of children she’s carried in her womb. 

For there’s probably not a day that goes by she not thinking of her spirit child. 

Here’s your opportunity for opening the door so she may share with you her love for a child, that often goes unrecognized.  

 

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LIVE. BREATH. BE GODDESS. UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE YOU. THEN BE YOU.

LIVE. BREATH. BE GODDESS. UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE YOU. THEN BE YOU.

Many times it is easier to live out a metaphor for our highest and best self ~ that's what goddess is to many of us. **Edit add: This is still US, our being, our essence. Goddess is just a feel good word for YOU!"

This post is inspired by this story ~ last week I ended a client call with an angel card reading that was so beautiful, I left the cards spread out in my workspace.

Later that day, my husband, who I used to believe would think I was a quack for doing card readings, saw my spread and felt this tug to pull cards because he was struggling with a decision. All without me knowing, he did his own card reading and then later in the day, brought me up to show to me and tell me what the cards meant to him.

Talk about falling in LOVE all over again.

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Where There is a Mother, There is Magic

Where There is a Mother, There is Magic

Mothering doesn't always have to come from the mother. 

This moment is so crystal clear in my memory mind. We were hiking back from a moment that filled me with anxiety, Annagrace was wanting to climb on every rock, and we were at the back of the pack and I could no longer hear my son ahead with his friends. I felt my irritation stirring. Nothing needed to be said, nothing had to happen but life. Annagrace dropped my hand, looked me in the eyes, and then reached out for this mama's hand.

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{Goddess In Everyday Clothing} Lauren E., Mama, Registered Dietitian, Nature Lover

{Goddess In Everyday Clothing} Lauren E., Mama, Registered Dietitian, Nature Lover

If I could encapsulate all the ways I connect with goddess energy when I’m around Lauren, it’d have to be summarized like this. Lauren loves children like she loves nature. She is gentle, kind, nurturing, and doesn’t mind the thorns. She see beauty in all of it - the planting, the nourishing, the witnessing of growth, the weeding, and the bounty that comes from tending with love and gentleness. 

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The Power of the Figure 8 - An Energy Practice for Clearing and Connection

The Power of the Figure 8 - An Energy Practice for Clearing and Connection

This one figure, drawing, spec… is represented in so many fashions in our life.

You’ll find them everywhere from sports to ropes to mathematics to science and more. In my life, I use it as an energy tool to both clear and connect. It’s truly one of the strongest techniques I know and use daily. Let’s explore this symbol a little deeper so you can begin to form a relationship to it and use it to strength relationship within your family and beyond.

The figure 8 is often referred to as the sign of infinity; with no end and no beginning it becomes limitless. I see it as two separate circles connected with the ability to trace back and forth with ease. This represents to me the relationship between partners and that of parents with their children. Relationships in balance flow gracefully and when disproportioned may become stuck somewhere along the path or uneven in nature to the two sides of the symbol.

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SHIFTING TV: Women Supporting Women in this Parenting Journey with Katie Chiaravolloti

There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t feel intense gratitude for my friends and the women I walk with on this path of parenting. And yet, finding this support did not come easily to me. Allowing feelings of shame and blame kept me from being real and open to others. Accepting that others parent differently than I and being ok with all the ways we are raising children opened up the way to more meaningful relationships and finding real support.

That’s why I am so invested in everything Katie Chiaravolloti says. Because it touches a place deep within as she explores how we can find empathy for ourselves. So that we can have emotionally honest conversations with our partner, children and those around us.

When I am struggling, is it really ok to express it?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qd1dUVEOx9A

What’s coming up is Katie’s journey as she stepped into her light and power over years of transformation. As she learned to be in it, this life, with herself and her family even when times are despairing.

Then she takes us to the root of knowing our authentic self and how being empathetic allows us to have real conversations.

Last, it’s the piece that when women come together, we are so powerful. As we remember the old ways, the sitting in circle and the healing that happens, we are opening up to new energy, new ways, to live on this path of parenthood.

I ask of you, what does support look like to you? How are you empathetic to your situation and your path? And what parts are you now willing to accept in yourself, and in that reflection that comes from others? Please share below your story.

As your story will surely touch the heart of many.

Much gratitude for reading, for sharing, for watching, for being here on this journey with me.