We all have a Goddess inside of us.
We all have our own special inner powers, passions, and purposes to live out, but we have been conditioned to listen to our doubts, fears, and insecurities.
It’s time to let that Goddess shine.
I’m not suggesting you throw a Goddess party, wear a flower crown, or to book a retreat. Those things are fun, but they don’t have anything to do with who you are- the strong, beautiful woman who has endless gifts to offer the world around them.
Divine feminine energy embraces intuition, inner wisdom, and the ability to both give and receive. Strong and confident women are secure in who they are, lift others up, and know the importance of self-care. They don’t have to overpower others to prove their point; they have a quiet power that shines through their everyday actions.
So, are you wondering how to start embracing your own Goddess within?
1. Leave your ego at the door
You don’t have anything to prove to anyone but yourself.
2. Open your heart
You may think it’s safer to keep it closed, but magical things happen when you’re open to receiving.
3. Love yourself without judgment
No one is perfect, and that is what makes us unique!
Embracing your inner Goddess is all about letting your authentic nature free and finally allowing your light to shine.
Somewhere along the road our spirit was crushed. It may have been a parent’s divorce, childhood trauma, bullying, or a broken heart. Maybe someone told us our dreams were foolish, or perhaps we were conditioned to think we weren’t good enough.
As adults, we can heal those wounds and go back to our original state of joy, dreams, and delight. We can let go of what the world around us has said and start listening to ourselves.
From living beautifully every day to knowing the importance of setting boundaries in your life, you don’t need anything outside of yourself to embrace the Goddess within.
She knows the way- you just need to start listening to her.
For more Goddess goodness, please check out Emma Mildon’s “Evolution of a Goddess.” It’s such a great book, and I’m a total “Moon.”